Youth Volunteers for Whose News on the podcast from Colorado (far left) Jade, (center) Nola (right) Destiny.
Our overall mission is to empower & inform at-risk and underserved youth & community by connecting them to real-world expectations, experiences & assignments that enhance their reading, writing, oral presentation, creative. and critical thinking abilities. Whose Magazine programming, and The Recycle Challenge Crafting Station and the Parade & Festival are programs of the Literacy Project International aka Whose Magazine? A Youth Publication and our fiscal agent, CCI (Collaborative Community Initiative).'
Know the programming of Literacy Project International aka Whose Magazine? A Youth Publication includes THE RECYCLE CHALLENGE Crafting Station, along with its parade & festival in the U.S. & Nigeria.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS:
If, you have questions, select the position, and you will be directed to an email prompt to ask questions and or request the full position.
WHAT TO DO:
*Submit an application.
*Upload onto the application:
a signed drug-free policy, photo, & print release.
See Buttons to the left.
An offer letter and NDA will be sent.
After your application has been processed a meeting is to be scheduled.
After the meeting, an offer letter or the next recommended action.
In the event you accept the position, a background check & NDA is required before your first training.
VOLUNTEERS YOUNGER THAN 11 YEARS OF AGE
Volunteers younger than 11 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Parents or guardians of youth younger than 11 years old, can not drop off youth.
When: September 2023 to May 2024
1) Whose Magazine? A Youth Publication Needs Articles entered, reworked, and lightly edited for the 2023 issue
All positions displayed only provide a brief description.
Paid positions in Bold
Not Bold are volunteer or intern positions.
When: September/October 2023 to March 2024
1) Entering hand-written articles by youth.
2) Light editing
*Requires a minimum of 2 hours.
*One-time, weekly or monthly.
When: September 2023 to March 2024
1) Contact schools to locate principal(s) to authorize speaking with arts, civics, and or garden to participate in a community project.
*Requires individuals to have existing connections with
youth organizations, schools & administrators.
*Requires 5 hours in a month.
When: September/October 2023 Environmental, Recycling, Culture, Music, Photography, Journalism, Poetry, and Art
1) Instruct youth grades 5th to 12th grades in afterschool and or weekend activities at TBA locations.
Math, Reading, and Science
When: October 2023 to March 2024
1) Work along with after-school and weekend sessions for youth in the ST. Roch Neighborhood, Gentilly,
*Requires individuals to have existing tutoring experience.
*Requires a minimum of 4
hours and no more than 8 hours a month.
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an email prompt to ask questions or to request additional information. Include in the subject the position
Volunteers from VISAGE assist to build suits from trash.