Volunteer with Jeremiah

Dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers are a critically important part of our vibrant campus communities. Together we help single moms and their children learn, grow and succeed. Your commitment of time and talent can make a measurable difference in the success of our families.

There are a variety of volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups. Training is provided, as needed, to ensure a positive experience.

Volunteer Opportunities

Your commitment to our mission makes a measurable difference in the lives of the families that we serve. Click the + sign next to each volunteer opportunity to learn more.

  • Childcare

    Help care for the children of Jeremiah while their mothers attend empowerment and life skills classes, work, and school.

    Experience: Childcare experience, interest, and/or education; enjoy working with children; CORI check required

    Frequency: As needed; flexible and weekly scheduling available; 6-month commitment preferred

  • Life Skills Facilitator & Guest Speaker

    Join a team of facilitators who guide women through a planned curriculum for Life Skills, focusing on topics such as parenting, health & wellness, economic independence, and career readiness.

    Skills needed: group facilitation experience, high comfort level working with a diverse population, creativity and flexibility.

    Frequency: One daytime class monthly. One-year commitment.

    Attend Life Skills training course provided by Jeremiah Program staff, plus additional training/development opportunities throughout the year.

  • Meal Prep

    Help prepare and store meals for participants during empowerment and life skills classes.

    Experience: Enthusiasm for cooking balanced nutritious meals.

    Frequency: Once a month; flexible and weekly scheduling available; no real long-term commitment required

    Volunteers will have access to the kitchen and appliances for meal prep.

  • Tutor

    Support a mother in her postsecondary education journey by sharing your knowledge in a subject area of your strength.

    Experience: Strength in one or more subject areas and a desire to help others succeed academically

    Frequency: Flexible; dependent upon students’ individual needs and school/work schedule

    Examples of subject areas include: math, psychology, writing, presentation skills, economics, biology/science, humanities, etc.

New Volunteer Application

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Jeremiah Program. Please apply by completing the form below.

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