Boys Hope Girls Hope
Goal of Program
The mission of Boys Hope Girls Hope is to nurture and guide motivated young people in need to become well-educated, career-ready men and women for others. The goal of our volunteer program is to recruit dedicated individuals who will support the mission of Boys Hope Girls Hope through services to our scholars, especially in the areas of academic achievement and college admission, and by being role models of our organizational values of service and persons for others.
Type of Placement
Our National Volunteer Corps members usually live in the homes with our scholars becoming part of a team of residential counselors, and focus primarily on academic success and community involvement of scholars, or other tasks related to the multi-faceted care we provide. Activities may focus on academic preparation, college counseling, co-curricular learning, and the development of ongoing opportunities for scholars to better understand cultural diversity through service-learning projects. Volunteers also assist in caring for scholars through driving, meal preparation, and general supervision. Regardless of their primary role, our volunteers provide the most fundamental need of all. They help build the loving and supportive family dynamic and home environment that all children need to feel secure.
Phoenix, AZ; Baltimore, MD; Cincinnati & Cleveland, OH; Denver, CO; Detroit, MI; Chicago, IL; Kansas City & St. Louis, MO; New Orleans, LA; New York, NY; Pittsburgh, PA; San Francisco & Orange County
Long-term positions are for 12 months, and members can service more than one term. Also, limited opportunities for one-time and group volunteer events, and summer internships.
We have 14 Affiliate offices, 23 homes, and two boarding school dormitories in the United States. Our goal is to place at least one volunteer per home and one per office.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university, or a high school diploma with at least two years experience.
All full-time volunteers receive a bi-weekly stipend and health insurance. Volunteers who live in our homes as part of their position receive room and board
Those living in our homes as part of their service with the National Volunteer Corps receive a private bedroom in one of our residential programs.
We provide a 3-7 day national orientation as well as a mid-year renewal retreat for National Volunteer Corps members. We provide monthly conference calls, and access to online and local training.
Applications accepted on rolling basis; prefer members start at beginning of an academic semester
12120 Bridgeton Sq Dr
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Phone: 314 202-4936
An independent nonprofit affiliated with the Catholic Church, accepting volunteers and serving people of all faiths.Print This Page
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