Opportunities to volunteer are available for 7th grade and older. Children who are younger are welcome to come with their parents and participate in programming as part of the Hopeprint Family with prior approval.
Hopeprint is predominately a volunteer-led organization, and we are incredibly grateful for people like you who are willing to invest hours of your life as a part of this vision. There are four primary types of volunteer opportunities with Hopeprint:
- Program Directors (Commitment: 3-4 hrs/wk, Sept-April)
- Weekly Volunteer Team Members (Commitment: 2-3 hrs/wk, Sept-Dec)
- Monthly Volunteer Team Members (Commitment: 3-4 hrs/mo, Sept-April)
- One-Time/Short-Term Project Volunteers (Commitment: Varies based on Project)
Please submit a Volunteer Interest Form prior to coming (link below), and one of our team members will be in touch. Programming for the fall session will run September 18 - December 14.
Hopeprint runs on a trimester calendar, with each trimester including seasons of program, presence and rest. For more information on the trimesters for this coming year, please select the calendar tab. We ask that all volunteers desiring to work directly with families start as program volunteers, initiated by the orientation, but opportunities for non-program roles are available after one session of program volunteering if desired.
Here are the volunteer areas available for the 2017-18 School Year:
iCAN Kids is Hopeprint's holistic tutoring program seeking to empower elementary aged students who are English as a New Language learners academically, socially, emotionally and physically. Click here for a list of which roles are still needed.
iCAN Youth is Hopeprint's holistic tutoring program seeking to empower students in 7th-12th grade academically, socially, emotionally and physically. Click here for a list of which roles are still needed.
Youth Mentorship Programs
Hopeprint's Youth Mentorship programs seek to empower students in 4th-12th grade with the social/emotional, leadership and citizenship skills to thrive personally and be change makers in their community. There are three programs: Force (4th-6th grade), eXchange (7th & 8th) and Global Citizens Cohort (9th-12th). Click here for a list of which roles are still needed.
Hopeprint's Adult Programs seek to empower adults and parents to thrive personally, and foster the same thriving for their families. The programs that are slated to be offered this school year for our adults are Her Village (a women's group), English Conversation Groups, Citizenship Prep and various workshops. Click here for a list of which roles are still needed.
Food & Hospitality Crews
All of Hopeprint's programs share what we believe to be the crucial element of hospitality through food and drink. In order to make that happen, we need cooks and servers for each of our gatherings!Click here for a list of which roles are still needed.