Here are a few ways you can volunteer virtually
PeerForward is a program that trains student teams in community organizing and leadership skills so they can then run three campaigns in their schools focusing on: (1) completing the FAFSA; (2) applying to at least 3 colleges (3) a student-designed and led campaign that addresses a racial inequity or social justice in their community. You can help promising students attain an equitable chance at higher education.
- Monday, 11/9 – writing coaching
- Wednesday, 11/11 – college coaching
All volunteers must agree to a background check. There will be a scheduled training the week before the event to familiarize you with the PeerForward model. Additionally, staff will be available for office hours to answer questions on how the virtual process will work.
- Create a Volunteer Account
- Click on Applications tab, scroll down and apply for either the Writing Coach or College Coach Role. Once your application is received you will get an email to complete a background check.
The college access program of the La Unidad Latina Foundation is looking for volunteer mentors for early college application deadlines on November 1st and November 16th.
- You will be reviewing common app essays and a supplemental application: Your feedback is requested via GoogleDoc edits or virtually between Oct. 24-30 (for the Nov. 1st deadline) and Nov. 9-14 (for the Nov. 16 deadline).
- The students will reach out to you, after being introduced, and work around your schedule. You can meet via Zoom, Skype, or a good old fashion phone call at whatever time works best for you.
Please contact Juan Carlos Salinas if you would like to volunteer or have questions. Specify how many students you would like to work with and your availability
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