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Volunteer Opportunity

Mentor- Casa de la Esperanza

Opportunity Type: Ongoing Volunteer Opportunity
Department: Housing and Human Services
Category: Human Services and Public Health
Time Commitment & Minimum Age: Meets once a week One academic year commitment Must be aged 21 or older

Casa de la Esperanza Learning Center, 1520 South Emery Street, Longmont, CO 80501 (southeast corner of Hwy 287 and Pike Road)

Program Summary:

The Casa de la Esperanza program was initiated to serve the 100+ children and youth living on site. The program responds to the unique needs of the dozens of farm workers families. Casa de la Esperanza’s educational center is a state of the art learning center providing opportunities and resources toward excellence and self-empowerment through collaboration and programming that nurture each individual’s potential. Our vision is one of a thriving self-sustaining community sharing wisdom to transform society through today and tomorrow’s leaders, honoring those who came before us.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Serve as a mentor for students ages 8-17 living at Casa de la Esperanza. Mentors and mentees will be matched based on gender, shared interest, and personality types. The role of the mentor is to form a friendly, supportive, appropriate and trusting relationship with the mentee, to serve as a leader and to motivate the student to achieve and succeed in school, at home, in social settings and much more. The match will be monitored by staff to assure the quality and satisfaction of both parties.

Qualifications and Requirements:

Volunteer must commit to minimum of one academic year, meeting once a week for 1-3 hours be at least 21 years or older willing and active listener encouraging and supportive patient and flexible tolerant and respectful of individual differences be willing to work with young people be willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures be dependable and consistent in meeting the time commitments be willing to communicate regularly with program staff, mentee and family potential volunteers with a DUI?DWI convictions in the last 5 years will not be considered

Training Dates and Information:

Complete a minimum of two hours pre-match, in-person and online training. Training will be available after application process is completed.

Additional Information:

Preferred, but not required:Proficient in Spanish- reading and writing experience in working with immigrant populations experience as tutor or mentor


Vanessa M. Escarcega , Program Coordinator
303-678-6220 office.

Application Process:

Fill out application or contact volunteer coordinator (contact information provided below) to set up site visit and interview be willing to complete the application and screening process be able to pass a criminal background check
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