Offer homework help, study skills and strategies, and tutoring to at risk 1st through 5th grade students. Serve as positive role model and mentor.
ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST SIGN AND DATE THE BACKGROUND CHECK AUTHORIZATION FORM before their first day of service. You can complete this form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the Student Voluntary Services office to complete it and scan it to us. Thank you!
Good judgment is required for selecting work apparel appropriate to one’s job duties. Clothing should not be ripped, torn, stained or have holes and must project an image of professionalism and approachability.
Visible extreme forms such as hair styles, facial hair, makeup, jewelry, tattoos, tooth caps, or studs that may be distracting to library users are not permitted. Pierced ears are permitted, no other facial piercing will be allowed.
Examples of professionally appropriate clothing includes:
slacks, skirts/dresses (no more than 2 inches above the knee), blouses, vests, long and short sleeved shirts, jackets/blazers, MPL shirts.
Dark jeans are acceptable but there must not be any tears or rips in the clothing.
Clothing, visible tattoos and/or accessories with profanity, racial, religious, or ethnic slurs, sexual content or connotation, and other images, symbols or wording that state or suggest discrimination or an intolerance of a person’s race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or other legally protected status is strictly prohibited.
|Causes||At-Risk Youth Children & Youth Community Early Childhood Education Education Education Enrichment General Service Other Poverty & Basic Needs STEM Student Teaching Tutor, Mentor and After School Programs|
|Sustainable Development Goals|
44 People | 97 Impacts | 193 Hours