What to expect.
Volunteer reports to: Program Manager and/or Program Director.
Summary: Apex volunteers are crucial to helping us meet our goals of connecting our youth to their best future. Examples of volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to:
Volunteers must be dependable and able to honor their commitment. Those working with our youth must be good role models and can help facilitate connections for youth: with one another, their community, and their futures.
Program specific duties will be explained individually.
Volunteers working with our youth should have a strong interest in working and connecting with teens (prior experience working with youth not required) and the ability to understand and enforce Apex Youth Connection’s safety protocols and Accountability Expectations, which will be trained to this level of volunteer.
Volunteers working in specialized programming must have demonstrated experience and competence and, in some cases, credentials (First Aid/CPR and discipline-specific training) with the skill they are helping to facilitate.
Volunteers who do not work directly with our students need to be dependable and physically capable of their role.
Volunteering at Apex can be one-time event or an ongoing relationship with a specific program or function. The commitment is up to the volunteer.