In addition to volunteer mentors, New Pathways for Youth welcomes volunteers to help create a better future for our youth. New Pathways for Youth invites volunteers to serve organizational needs in a variety of ways, including committee service, group projects, and individual volunteerism.
The first step to becoming an individual volunteer is to attend an introduction to volunteer needs. This will give you a high-level overview of New Pathways and our current positions. The application and next steps will be reviewed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll in an introduction session.
We ask for a minimum 3-month commitment from our individual volunteers. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. Please see below for our current volunteer openings.
We love groups! Group volunteers often assist New Pathways in a variety capacities including our Afterschool Program, as well as maintenance, facility, and organizational projects. Our group volunteers are vital in keeping our facility clean and in good working order. Any group is welcome! We have availability and can accommodate civic, corporate, or faith groups. To find out more about upcoming events and learn how to schedule your group, please email email@example.com.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Our most urgent need is always for volunteer mentors! If you are over 18 and are interested in exploring how to become a mentor, please click here.
Parent Program Child Care
Make parent transformation possible! Child care volunteers are needed to support grade-school age children of parents attending parenting workshops. Volunteers must hold a valid level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card and have a heart for youth! Volunteers are needed the 4th Wednesday of each month from 5:45-8:15pm. Come engage with our amazing youth for a few hours and give back to the community at the same time!
Use your office skills for a good cause! As administrative needs arise, volunteers could input data and upload documents onto our database, prepare and address letters/cards/envelopes for mailing projects, compile program materials, and shred documents. Volunteers may be asked to sign a confidentially agreement. This is a great way to give back in a couple of quiet hours!
Afterschool Program Tutor
Be an education advocate! Provide individualized homework support to our 5-12 year-old youth. Tutors assist youth with match, reading, writing, science, social studies, and other academic activities Mon-Tues and Thurs-Fri from 3:30pm to 5pm, and Wed from 2pm to 4pm.
Give your green thumb to a good cause! We are seeking a seasoned gardener to oversee our community garden and create basic activities for our Afterschool Program youth to be a part of, such as watering, pruning, and harvesting the plants when the time comes! We’re looking for a volunteer to plant seedlings for lettuce, mint, and basil!
Workshop Logistics Support
Be a part of the transformation! We are seeking a volunteer to support our 1st or 3rd Saturday teen workshop each month from 9:30am-10:30am and/or 12:00pm – 1:30pm. From 9: 30am – 10:30am volunteers would help set up workshop and greet the workshop participants (mentors and their mentees). From 12:00pm – 1:30pm volunteers would help set up and serve lunch for the workshops. Saturday volunteers would serve as a steady, positive presence for teens and mentors in the workshop.