Volunteer Interns, Boost Community Development Corporation
Posted by Boost CDC on May 23, 2023
BOOST Community Development Corporation (CDC) is looking for passionate volunteers to assist with the summer youth program.
Hours: 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
Location: BOOST CDC 6010 Lansdowne Ave. Philadelphia PA. 19151
Dates: July 5th 2023 – August 11th 2023
- High school diploma or higher
- FBI Clearance
- Child Abuse Clearance
- PA Criminal clearance
BOOST CDC operates a 6 week summer program for underserved youth in the West Philadelphia community. The program focuses greatly on the 21st century skills, and the character development. The youth participants will enhance their skills of communication as a 21st century tool to research candidates, professions, and requirements to fulfill their respective careers.
Our program will connect to broader citywide goals and efforts by exposing at-risk participants to vital skills required for them to become leaders and civil citizens through service learning and career development.
This project will be maximized by seeking to identify and host weekly, professionals willing to share their experiences, and identify solid framework, awareness, and creativity which will guide participants in pursuing education, and career choices, thus becoming effective citizens and professionals in the 21st century.
BOOST CDC is looking for interns to support in this effort by providing creative activities with the youth around health and wellness, stem, and other professions.
Please send resume to: [email protected].
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