Summer Service Opportunities
ABF - American Baseball Foundation
In its 23rd year in offering the ABF BASIC program to under-served children, the American Baseball Foundation seeks to improve reading and math through the vehicle of sports. Students in the two ABF summer programs rotate from a reading or math station related to sports to a sport-skill station—soccer, volleyball or baseball/softball every fifty minutes during a 6.5 hour day, for one month.
The Central Alabama programs for 2019 are 4-week sessions filled with ports and reading/math, soccer, softball/baseball, volleyball for girls & boys ages 7 - 14.
June 4 - June 29 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
Split venue program:
June 4 - June 15 at John Carroll Catholic High School
June 18 - June 29 at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium
ABF needs are:
- Soccer instructor for one of the programs.
- Experience in teaching youth soccer and desire to help children are requirements.
- Volunteers for at least one day for both programs.
- In general JCCHS volunteers need three days to fulfill their annual services requirements.
- Volunteers below 18 years of age need to take the two-hour child protection course (free) on the Diocese of Birmingham website.
- Volunteers 18 years of age and any instructional staff must allow the ABF to make a police background check and also take the child protection course.
A.G. Gaston Boys & Girls Club
Habitat for Humanity - Students for Change
You will receive notification of your job site assignment, site supervisor, and contact information by email each Tuesday before your shift. Bottled water, tools and safety equipment are provided. Wear clothes you don't mind getting paint on, closed toe shoes, and bring a lunch. A signed waiver is required for all volunteers ages 14-17. Please bring waiver (signed by a parent/guardian) to your first day of service.
A Letter of Service documenting your hours is available by request at the end of the summer. YOU MUST SIGN IN AND OUT ON THE JOB SITE DURING EACH SHIFT TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR YOUR HOURS. Registering online will not serve as proof of attendance, it will only hold your spot for the day.
Special Equestrians is a therapeutic horseback riding program located on the campus of Indian Springs School, is looking for new volunteers from the community for the 2019 Summer Season. The program serves over 100 children and adults with physical, cognitive, and emotional special needs each week through equine assisted activities. Volunteers serve as sidewalkers, walking next to riders and supporting them during therapeutic riding lessons. Advanced opportunities working with the horses are also available for seasoned and experienced volunteers. This is a great opportunity for service hours for students 14 and older!
Special Equestrians New Volunteer Training sessions will take place on the following dates. Interested persons may contact the volunteer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 22nd 5-7pm
June 26th 5-7pm
*New volunteers only need to attend one session.
Oaks on Parkwood