for ages 5-18+
Prepared by Latoya Williams
OVERVIEW & PURPOSE
Starting the month of September, all SCA programs will be experiencing constant volunteer opportunities. The Fall/Winter months will be solely focused around helping one another regardless of race, gender, or economic status. Our programs will focus on:
- Learning, volunteering, and understanding of how all kids are the same but different.
- Expressing volunteering as a gateway to understanding cultures of different youth.
- Participants of the program become open to their own feelings, struggles, and thoughts about how they feel their life is going so far.
- Preparing hobbies, career goals, and common interest in volunteering as a way to understanding strengths.
- Volunteering research to discuss issues in the world to other younger youth in early age Scenic City Angel programs.
- Networking strategies for youth the develop careers, experiences and introductions to new volunteer atmospheres.
- Focus on the concepts regarding rules of businesses, regulations of SCA program participation and etiquette of advertising, recruiting on a constant basis.
- Realizing themselves as goal seekers and possible struggles that come with being a goal seeker.
POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERING (Sept-Dec 2022)
- Forgotten Child Fund (donations to other youth in need).
- Chattanooga Autism Center (ways to give back to autistic kids and understand their difference and importance).
- Tennessee Railroad (learn fundamentals and history of railroad).
- Festivals at Camp Jordan and Mt. Canaan Church (Sept-Nov 2022).
- TC Thompsons Children’s Hospital (give back to kids in hospitals various items designated by hospital).
- Chattanooga Veterans Association (make cards and videos to send to local veterans in and around the Chattanooga Area).
- Youth on Youth mentoring and homework help during the Fall season provided by Zoom meetings.
- Scenic City Angel Research: Learn and Program program participants will choose society topics, do research and share with others by recruiting friends, family, and public. Ex. Discuss Labor Day.
- All SCA participants will continue youth group chats (open to the public) to discuss how to spread the word about precautions on Covid, MonkeyPox, and other health concerns.
- Assisted Living Happiness for Seniors (create gifts to make smiles).
Steps for student understanding
- W-9, Waiver Liability Form, and Registration completion.
- Comply with following volunteer facility rules, dress codes, and registration.
- Listing of volunteering and verifications by management of volunteering facility.