You can be a Volunteer. Our Volunteers model leadership and citizenship; social and professional skills, networking and interpersonal skills; and many other life-skills essential in developing today’s youth. Complete our Volunteer Inquiry Form to learn more about our volunteer opportunities. Background checks REQUIRED for all adults working directly with out youth.
What we have done for ourselves, alone, dies with us; what we have done for others, and the world, remains, and is immortal - Albert Pike
Serve as peer leaders and encourage school-age youth to improve their attendance, behavior and academic performance by helping them maintain academic focus, develop social skills, and improve decision-making.
Volunteers are selected to work as a team with A.S.P.I.R.E.’s Executive Director and other designated personnel to provide input and feedback that contributes to A.S.P.I.R.E.’s continuous improvement.
Assist with supervision during community events to model, monitor, and encourage school-age youth engagement, and ensure task completion of their Personal Development Plan (PDP).
COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS
Provide informational support and guidance to school-age youth to help them develop college and/or career goals, and identify financial and academic resources that enable them to accomplish their goals.
CONCESSION VOLUNTEERS (Fundraisers)
Assist with fund-raising efforts. Join us at a local venue, selling concessions! Earn SERVICE CREDIT and EXTRA MONEY; up to $75 per day. NO experience required! Must be punctual and provide own transportation. Requires TABC Certification. NO cold calls, NO door sales, NO telemarketing, and NO flyer distribution.
Work on various tasks/projects: setting up events, confirming event details, fundraising, building community relationships with local businesses and other supporters, and fundraising.
Share career, travel, hobbies, and cultural experiences with school-age youth at scheduled workshops.
Engage school-age youth in service learning projects, career-orientation, developing financial literacy, building software knowledge, and developing computer-related and other technology application skills.