Volunteer-Refugee

Refugee Mentor Volunteer

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September
4

Refugee mentoring has been a long-time volunteer opportunity with BHITC.  As part of it, newly arriving refugee families are paired with local citizens to help them through cultural adjustments and most importantly, build friendships.

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Van Driver

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April
24

Pick up individuals and families to bring to and from classes at The Hope Center. To learn more, contact Sharon Schuldt at sharon@buildinghopeinthecity.org.

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Childcare Volunteers

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August
23

While parents’ are in classes at The Hope Center, free childcare and activities are provided for the children. Volunteers are needed to help watch the children and create activities for older children, as needed. Volunteers are especially needed to assist with childcare in the mornings.

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Cafe and Welcoming Team Volunteer

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August
21

Coffee and tea are an international language, aren’t they?! Volunteers are needed at The Hope Center to help in the cafe and welcome areas, keeping them stocked and clean and signing people in as they walk in the door – especially those who are new to The Hope Center.

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Citizenship Volunteers

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February
15

Volunteers are needed at The Hope Center to assist with Citizenship. Opportunities include assisting the teachers, working in the classroom with the students or working one-on-one with the students before or after classes.

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Tutors Needed for Refugee Students

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August
21

We offer free evening tutoring at The Hope Center for refugee students, which varies between a 1-3 hour commitment.  There is a huge need for tutoring in the refugee community and typically there is a waiting list of families looking for tutoring services for their child/children when more tutors become available. Volunteers like you tutor one-on-one and have a direct impact not only in the student’s learning, but also in their life.

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