Registration for Camp Hale Summer 2024 is now open - Enroll Today!

Love kids? Our After School Program is Looking for Interns and Volunteers

Four story brick building with adjacent courtyard

The USES After School Program is looking for interns and volunteers who have an interest in working with school aged children (ages 5-12). Our program is open Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 6:00. We ask that you make at least a 2 hour commitment once a week.

Responsibilities of volunteers and interns include: helping with homework, specifically in ELA, Math and Spanish, snack set up/clean up and assisting group leaders with daily enrichment activities. We also strongly encourage our interns to try leading an activity with a group of children at least once throughout their time with us to help advance their leadership skills.

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