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Volunteers from Faulkner Design Group, Inc. help get Incarnation House ready for its opening in January 2016.

Incarnation House believes that volunteers are essential to our success and the future success of the young people we serve. There are both long-term and short-term opportunities for individuals and groups that range from onetime events to once-a-week needs. In addition to volunteer opportunities that involve direct work with students, there are also needs for administrative and program support that do not require interaction with students.

We believe that each organization and individual has unique skills and resources and we will work with you to find the perfect volunteer opportunity that uses your skills to best serve the students.

Please click on the boxes below to see specific volunteer opportunities, including direct work with students and administrative and program support.

Direct Work With Students

Tutors (Individual & Group) Homework, math, GED, SAT, etc.
College Prep Navigate FASFA, grants, find scholarships.
Walk through the process of applying for housing and work study (one-on-one)
Morning Drop-In Help serve breakfast and build relationships once a week at our morning Drop-In program that takes place at the High School.
Supply Dinners Bring in prepared dinners homemade or outsourced.
Snack/Dinner Prep Nightly prep for after school snack and meals.
Lead Volunteers Managing or coordinating specific volunteer group (Runners, Dinner Providers, Tutors, Life Skills Classes, etc.)
Life Skills Teachers Budgeting/Bank Accounts, Healthy Eating & Food Prep, Resumes, Job Interviews, License/ID Card, Laundry, Gardening, Sex Ed, Career Planning, College Prep, etc.
Mentors Providing a role model that can support the child academically, socially and/or personally.
Art Studio Artist/Teachers
Sound/Video Studio Instructors with experience
General Program Support Assisting Case Mangers, Life Skills Classes, Administrative, Just hanging around with the youth
Planners or Chaperons for Enrichment Activities One-day field trips to cultural events, educational events, recreational, college campuses, etc.
Cleaners Daily upkeep of our drop-in center

Administrative & Program Support

General Office/Admin Filing, office supplies management, organization, data entry, mail, etc.
Database Management Donor, Volunteer and Client Database Management and Customization – Knowledge of Salesforce.com a plus.
Communications Monthly donor and volunteer newsletter.
Group Volunteer Management Manage Special Work Groups Projects
Event Support Event planning & Coordination, Event Day Support
Runners/Shoppers Pickup Dinner from restaurant, supplies and donations, etc.
Host a Drive Help provide the students with needed supplies and food.

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Have the best interest of the students as a priority and have the desire to make a difference in the lives of incredible young people.
  • We ask that volunteers seeking to work individually with the students be 18 years of age or older.
  • Attend volunteer training. There are 3 volunteer training sessions a year.
  • Be able to pass a national and state background check.
  • For long-term volunteers (mentors, tutors, etc.…) we ask that you make a year-long commitment. Consistency is vital to the development of these students.

Volunteer Process:

  • Complete Application
  • Pass Background Check
  • Attend Volunteer Training
  • Get Placed
  • Once a month check-in (Long-term volunteers only)

Volunteer Forms

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