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    Volunteer

    Posted March 28th, 2011 by Janis Dean with 8 Comments


    Do You Want to Change Lives? Be a Volunteer!
    Godman Guild Association is dedicated to promoting strong families and a strong community in Central Ohio, primarily focusing on the near northside. We offer a variety of services for youth and adults and are always looking for good volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, below are some opportunities to help change lives.

    ACES – Mentor/Tutor K-5th grade children and assist with activities in math and reading, violence prevention, health, wellness, team building and diversity.

    Adult Education Classes – Assist adult students working to obtain their GED or prepare for college by tutoring, providing one on one assistance, participating in class exercises, helping instructors with grading, etc.

    Library – Spend time in the library maintaining the facilities. Develop and implement a system of organizing books, create fun displays, and assist guests.

    R.I.S.E. Youth Club – Guide, encourage, and support teens by being a mentor. Spend time assisting teens with homework and guided educational activities.  Tutors are needed anytime M-F from 3-8p..

    Wee P.L.A.Y. (Positive Learning Activities for Youth) – Spend time holding babies, encouraging toddlers and pre-schooler by engaging in arts and crafts activities, and taking part in literacy building activities.

    Weinland Park Community Garden- Assist in watering, weeding and planting in one of the oldest organic community gardens in Columbus. Personal plots available on a first come-first served basis. We are also open to those who would like to share tips and information with other gardeners.

    Camp Mary Orton - 167 acres of beautiful green space just north of Worthington is the home to our Summer Youth Empowerment Program, a summer camp for children in the 43201 zip code.  Come help us maintain the property by landscaping, mulching, planting, painting, and many other volunteer opportunities!

     

     

    8 Responses to “Volunteer”

    1. geno June 5, 2012

      I saw on your site, you have a community garden at Weiland Park. I have a piece of vacant land at 1290 Mt. Vernon Ave, that would be suitable for a community garden.

      Woulld your organization be interested in such an endeavor

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      • Robert Meeker June 6, 2012

        Geno, I have passed this question to those in charge of the garden. Please sen your contact information to manager@godmanguild.org, so we can be in touch.

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    2. Keisha June 12, 2012

      I have a teenager who is trying to find employment and internship opportunities for the summer. Is there any way your organization would be able to help with this?

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      • Robert Meeker June 13, 2012

        Keisha, it looks like opportunities for teens this Summer are limited around town. Our summer internship program is full as of last week!

        Check out S.O.A.R.hire @ http://hirecentralohyouth.org/

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    3. roger August 1, 2012

      I have been checking various web sites to get some fresh perspective on how other comminities are meeting the challenges of the current economic picture. Your site was suggested by a former employee. We offer similar programming but, from what I see on your site, to a broader spectrum of residents.
      I am in inquiring as to the extent of parental engagement. Are they connected to their children’s development through your programming? If so, what strategies were employed to educate parents on the importance of their participation? It seems that we are having a great deal of difficulty in reaching parents to take a more prominemnt role in their children’s development.

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    4. Bryan February 9, 2013

      Hello,

      I am interested in volunteering in the ACES program but need to know more on the times and days if possible.

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    5. Kim Allen November 4, 2013

      I am interested in volunteering for WEE play once a week at this time and willing to expand after the first of year. I’m currently enrolled in E3, cohort 5, and attending college. I saw ad for hiring for this position, however, I would rather volunteer. Twenty years ago I provided daycare in my home for 3 children (through Action for Children). My husband and I adopted 3 special needs children, as well. I have been through extensive background/home checks and willing to do the same, as required. As long as I know in advance, I can serve evening hours, but would prefer during the day. Let me know how I can be of service.
      Kim Allen
      614-871-2945

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    6. Molly Christoff May 15, 2014

      I’m interested in volunteering at the Weinland Park Community Garden. Please feel free to send me the necessary application. So excited for the new growing season!
      Thank you for your time and consideration. Molly.

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