About Camp Fire Club
If children’s literacy skills fall behind then they will have a harder time completing school. 63% of Minnesota’s fourth graders are
NOT proficient at reading and students not proficient at reading by the beginning of third grade have only a 25% chance of catching
up over their entire public school experience(1). Also, sixth graders who fail math and/or English have only a 10-20% chance of
graduating high school on time (2).
What you will do: Assist Club Leaders during academic time as well as group activities for youth and teen clubs.
There are also plenty of benefits for volunteers including but not limited to:
Helping kids rise to their full potential in literacy, learning and life!
Letters of Recommendation to long term volunteers!
Working with youth in your area!
Upward mobility with Campfire Minnesota!
Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an application form.
Ability to work with a diverse group of youth
18 or Older
Background Check (provided by Camp Fire)
Committed to volunteering one day/week for at least 3 months
Clubs meet 3 days a week, Monday through Friday from 4:00-6:00. Volunteers can commit as little as 2 hours per week to as
many as 6 hours per week.
Consistency is extremely important for you youth so we are looking for volunteers to commit to at least 3 months of service.
At this time, we are recruiting for 18 of our club sites located in St. Paul, North St. Paul, Mahtomedi, Minnetonka, Oakdale,
Edina, and Minneapolis.
Supervision and Support:
A training session will be available for volunteers before their volunteering begins.
The Volunteer & Literacy AmeriCorps*VISTA will be in direct contact with volunteers and available to them at all times.
Weekly check-ins occurs every Friday via email.
Volunteers will also be supervised by the Club Leader’s on site, who will report to the VISTA
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