Mercy Neighborhood Ministries improves the quality of life for their neighbors by establishing a strong academic and economic foundation for future success and providing a caring, welcoming environment. They provide quality intergenerational programming with an array of services that fall into the areas of Early Education & Youth Development, Adult Education & Workforce Development, and Adult Day Care. A volunteer is needed as an assistant teacher for children ages 3-5 years old who are attending their preschool program at the Mercy Neighborhood Family Center. The volunteer will be planning and coordinating Pre-K activities, assisting the lead teacher with instruction and academic support, and maintaining the safety and order of the activity spaces.
Mercy Volunteers promote social change through a year of compassionate service with people experiencing injustice. While serving in the spirit of mutuality, Mercy Volunteers cultivate Mercy and justice by embracing compassionate service, social justice, spiritual growth, and a simple lifestyle in community. Volunteers receive housing, transportation, monthly stipends, and health insurance, and can differ student loans. There are opportunities to participate in retreats, spiritual direction, and mentoring.
To learn more and start your application, visit mercyvolunteers.org. If you have any questions, you can reach Andrea at [email protected] or (740) 200-0714.