Jeremiah Program takes a holistic, generational approach in working with low-income single mothers. Moving the families to a life of economic independence begins with establishing a supportive community in order to pursue a career-track college education. Through a combination of quality early childhood education, a safe and affordable place to live, and empowerment and life skills training, their families are stabilized and able to find a path out of poverty. We have locations in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
--Evening Childcare: Help care for the children of Jeremiah while their mothers attend Life Skills and Empowerment classes in the evening. Volunteers work collaboratively to facilitate activities and games for the kids ranging in age from infant to age eight.
Frequency: Tuesday and Thursday evenings (5:45 pm-8:00 pm)
--Hospitality Desk: Welcome all guests to the building, field program questions, and help out residents with day-to-day questions.
Frequency: Weekly commitment of 4 hour shifts during traditional business hours.
--Daytime Childcare: Act as a teacher aide during licensed hours to support child growth and development. Classrooms include infant, toddler, young preschool and preschool age.
Frequency: Weekly commitment during licensed hours.
How to Apply: Students interested in volunteering with Jeremiah Program can submit an application via the website:https://jeremiahprogram.org/minneapolis-st-paul/volunteer/