JFCS Refugee & Immigrant Services is looking for After School Program mentors who can help refugee and immigrant children do homework, explore arts, crafts and sports, practice English, make friends and more.
Bridge the gap for English learners by helping them complete homework, or guide students to their future through enrichment activities. Programming serves children primarily from Syria and Congo, and is open to all K-12 youth in the Crafton Heights neighborhood.
Sessions are held in Crafton Heights every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6 pm, starting on January 22nd and running through the end of May. Mentors must attend at least three sessions each month and acquire background clearances.
Please fill out an application here