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Head Start/Early Head Start volunteer responsibilities details

Please view the Children and Families service areas volunteer descriptions below. Volunteers are not limited to placement at one of our Human Service Programs.  Thank you!

Classroom Volunteers:

Assist in Head Start, Early Head Start, and/or Early Head Start Childcare Partnership classrooms interacting with all children while completing activities involving the developmental domains (such as: fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social skills, social interaction, and language skills). Some developmental domain activities are: reading, counting, story time, arts & crafts, writing, and etc.

Social Worker Interns or Volunteers:

Engage families through the establishment of a trusting relationship by providing meaningful and consistent client contact as specified in the EHS/HS Policies and Procedures. Maintain documented evidence that assigned families are moving toward self-sufficiency. Assist with providing families a variety of trainings educational, and literacy opportunities. Accompany Family Social Workers on Home Visits and/other assigned tasks.

Family Engagement Volunteers:

Assist with recruiting parents to attend Parent Meetings and/or Trainings by making phone calls and in-person contact. Assist with Parent Committee Meetings, Events, and/or trainings. Accompany Family Engagement Coordinator on site visits.

Health Services:

Volunteers and Interns will assist with any clerical responsibilities including filing, data entry, copying, and disseminating information.  They may also be asked to assist Health Services Technicians with screening of children or preparing training materials/activities for parents and staff.

Nutrition Services:

Volunteers and Interns will assist with any clerical responsibilities including filing, data entry, copying, and disseminating information.  They may also be asked to assist the Nutrition Assistant with growth assessments of children or preparing training materials/activities for parents and staff.

Disability/Mental Health Services:

Volunteers and Interns will assist with any clerical responsibilities including filing, data entry, copying, and disseminating information.  They may also be asked to assist the Specialized Services Coordinator or Health Services Manager with observations of children, sharing information regarding Individual Family Services Plans or Individual Education Program Plans with staff or preparing training materials/activities for parents and staff.

Transportation Volunteers:

Clean vehicles or serve as a bus monitor. Please contact Patricia Brinson at (919) 734-1178 ext. 220, if you would like to serve as a bus monitor.

 

Kitchen Volunteers:

Assist with meal preparation, cleaning the kitchen, distributing food pans to the teachers, and washing dishes.

WAGES
601 Royall Ave.
Goldsboro, NC 27534
919-734-1178
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