Become a Leader. Empower Others. Join the Teen Ambassador Program this Summer. April, 18 2017
Are you a high school student looking for the chance to gain valuable leadership skills?
Are you passionate about helping others and want to make a direct impact in the lives of people struggling with poverty, crisis, serious illness, and homelessness?
If you are looking for an innovative program that combines community service with leadership development, then take a look at Mitzvah Circle Foundation’s Teen Ambassador Program.
This program offers a truly unique experience for teens to make a big difference in their communities.
Starting in June after the school year ends, Teen Ambassadors will participate in 10 hours of training at Mitzvah Circle Foundation. This service-learning opportunity teaches teens about poverty and basic needs, and immerses participants in the volunteer roles at Mitzvah Circle Foundation.
Volunteers at Mitzvah Circle Foundation sort and organize donations and pack personalized boxes of necessities for people in the most desperate situations. Teens learn the details of volunteer roles in preparation to serve as group leaders over the course of the following 12 months.
After completing their training, teens volunteer at least once a month, on Teen Nights and Sundays, acting as group leaders who guide new volunteers. Teen Ambassadors also facilitate service opportunities for their network of peers, family, and friends. They raise awareness about Mitzvah Circle Foundation, strengthening community support and connection.
Their efforts result in a strong network of student leaders supporting the mission of Mitzvah Circle Foundation – meeting the critical, material needs of people struggling with crisis, poverty, serious illness and homelessness.
Want to Learn More?
Potential Ambassadors should be hard workers, passionate about helping others, have a positive attitude, be willing to learn, have good communication skills, and want to make a tangible difference in the lives of people in need.
Interested high school students should contact Rachel Hurley, Director of Community Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 267-649-7610.
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