We are seeking awesome individuals who are committed to youth success and enjoy learning and having fun with immigrant or refugee youth population from Asia. Our objective is to provide Asian American and Pacific Islanders youth (mostly immigrants and refugees) the opportunity to grow academically and socially as well as help them transition successfully in their new home, Colorado, by providing a need based one-on-one mentorship relationship between mentees and caring adults.
Training provided, background check mandatory. To become a youth mentor or for more information please contact Program Administrator and Youth Mentor Supervisor, Bernard Atieme, email@example.com
Facilitators and guest speakers are needed at Hinkley High School for the following topics: STEM, art, college readiness, career exploration, personal development skills, and health and wellness workshops.
To become a facilitator or guest speaker or for more information please contact Program Administrator, Bernard Atieme, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our APDC Elder Wellness Groups serve Bhutanese Nepali, Burmese, Chinese, Cambodian, Japanese, Lao and Vietnamese elders across metro-Denver. Our groups provide health and wellness education, physical fitness, basic English classes, music and art and leisurely activities. We are currently looking for volunteers that can bring various skills and new experiences to our groups.
Here are the current areas we are seeking:
*Tai Chi/low-impact yoga
*Crafts + Art (Painting, knitting, etc)
*Music (Teaching simple songs or playing song for our elders)
*Health and Wellness Guest Speakers
All APDC volunteers must submit a background check, before their start date.
To become a volunteer for Elder Wellness Groups or more information please contact Program Coordinator, Kaitlyn Lyle , email@example.com