Youth Development Volunteers
There are many opportunities to volunteer with our Youth Department.
Become a Tutor
Help ensure that children receive adequate educational and social support by becoming a youth tutor.
Participants will work with a child weekly in through a curriculum-based tutoring program, homework help, and enrichment activities. At the end of the school year, you will learn almost as much as your student!
All tutors are asked to commit two hours, once a week to CFLS. Tutoring takes place from October to May every year.
For more information send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 347-0511 ext. 415.
After School Volunteers
Do you have a hidden talent or another skill you would like to share with children in CFLS' housing programs? Throughout the school year, students participate in enrichment activities with volunteers who teach anything from the art of being a clown to the history of hip hop to the legacy of leaders who preach peace. Lend your Friday afternoon to open up a child's eyes.
If you are interested in sharing your skills with our children, please call 202-347-0511, extension 311 or email email@example.com.
For more information about volunteering at CFLS or with specific questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-347-0511, extension 415.
Summer Camp Volunteers
Jump into the summer day camp and work with our fabulous youth!
Community Family Life Services is seeking dedicated volunteers to assist our Youth Department in staffing our free Summer Day Camp. The Summer Camp runs form June through August Monday through Friday. The Camp is designed to facilitate student participation in educational and enjoyable activities each day, including trips to the park, pool, and museums. This volunteer opportunity is an excellent way to work directly with low-income youth living in Washington D.C. and to make a difference within the community.
Contact email@example.com to learn more about how you can join us.
The CFLS Volunteer Mentoring Partnership offers a powerful combination of individual and community based mentoring, providing foster youth with sustainable positive adult relationships as well as group enrichment activities for 125 youth ranging from ages six through 11. For as little as four to six hours a month you can make a difference in a youth's life. For more information or to sign up as a mentor please contact the Volunteer Mentoring Partnership Manager at (202) 347-0511, extension 330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.