Volunteer

Volunteer!

There’s a volunteer opportunity for every skill set and time commitment level. Find one that matches your interests below.

School Donut Coordinator

Description:
Coordinate the delivery of donuts and juice to CFC meetings for the school. This entails creating a calendar for the school year and solicit signups by parents or students. Involves reaching out to parents, teachers and students as necessary via email, phone or otherwise to gain commitments. Contact information will be acquired through the initial CFC meetings in September. Tools like Signup Genius and others prove helpful.
Time Commitment:
Up front time to establish schedule (1-2 hours) and ongoing communication throughout the school year (15 minutes every two weeks).

Qualifications:
Interest and willingness to reach out to other parents. Organizational skills a plus.
School Coordinator

Description:
Oftentimes combined with Donut Coordinator. Includes consistent meeting communication, setting up Calendar for the year with teacher/student input along with teacher appreciation. Provide teacher gifts throughout the year (Christmas and End of Year). Expenses may be reimbursed through CFC. Works with other parents and students to promote Club attendance and participation. Maintains and promotes positive relations with school administration and local churches. Provides oversight for student leadership and succession planning.

Time Commitment:
Up front time to establish calendar/schedule (2-3 hours) and ongoing communication throughout the year (30 minutes average every two weeks).
Qualifications:
Organizational skills and a willingness to share the Good News of CFC with others.

City Representative

Description:
Oversees School/Donut Coordinators by recruiting and planning for succession. Also, works with Executive Director to promote, mentor and build up participation in CFCs for the schools in the City. Can be involved with planning for special speakers and music for Clubs. Actively engages local churches to form coalition to support the non-denominational Clubs.

Time Commitment:
Upfront time to start the year (2-3 hours) and ongoing communication and activities (1 hour every two weeks).

Qualifications:
This individual will have a community focus, enjoy meeting influential people in the city and have good standing in community.

CFC Church Advocate

Description:
Engage fellow members at their local church home to promote participation in CFCs. Entails actively reaching out to parents, youth and church leadership to educate and communicate the opportunity of CFC at local schools. Individuals will be seen as the local church ambassador for outreach into the public schools.

Time Commitment:
Ongoing communication with potential of occasional presentations or meetings (1 hour average every two weeks).

Qualifications:
Individual will have courage to approach church leadership about encouraging youth to step out in faith at their schools.

Mentors

Description:
Build up and encourage High School Students to take ownership of faith and reach out to share that gift with other students at their school. Mentor will build a relationship by spending time at local coffee shop or attending the occasional CFC meeting. Mentor will also be willing to attend the local activity(s) of the student.

Time Commitment:
1-2 hours every two weeks.

Qualification:
A passion and love for youth.

Ministry Bridge Builder

Description:
Expand CFCs across the state and in new communities sharing vision, resources and establishing connections with local churches, schools and community leaders promoting the proven 10-step roadmap and bottom-up approach to starting CFCs.

Time Commitment:
Variable with minimum 2 hours every two weeks.

Qualifications:
Possess capacity to work and communicate effectively with diverse client group – students, teachers, parents, church community, administration and community leaders. Passion for community.

Administrative/IT Support

Description:
Perform operatio

ns, accounting, digital and clerical duties as assigned.
Time Commitment:3-5 hours monthly

Qualifications:
Capacity for detail, transactional accounting and effective communication. IT skills a plus.

CFC Board Member

Description:
Responsibility is three-fold including oversight, strategy and fundraising. Among other things this includes strategy formulation, funding ministry to meet objectives and growth targets and oversight for compliance and accountability.

Time Commitment:
Board meets 3 to 4 times a year to chart and measure progress. (Note: 3-5 year term)

Qualifications:
A critical thinker with capacity to think strategically and creatively.

Fall Banquet Coordinator

Description:
Responsible for oversight and project coordination of Annual Fundraiser Banquet for CFC.

Time Commitment:
20-25 hours from Sept-Nov.

Qualifications:
Organizational and project management skills and abilities.

Special Event Coordinator

Description:
Plan and coordinate local school service activities, giving to causes, end of the year picnics, alumni gatherings, see you at the pole and speakers/worship gatherings.

Time Commitment:
As needed

Qualifications:
Passion for service or a particular cause.

Alumni Relations

Description:
Communicate and encourage graduating seniors as they enter college and work to stay actively engaged in faith growth and development. Will also reach out to engage alumni to mentor H.S. students.

Time Commitment:
1 hour every two weeks.

Qualifications:
Desire and interest in working with young adults.

Prayer Team

Description:
Join a team of prayer warriors who lift up CFC ministry on a biweekly basis. Every 14 days a prayer guide is issued and then prayed over by participants.

Time Commitment:
Pray 5 minutes at predetermined time of every two weeks.

Qualifications:
A ‘calling’ or leading to pray intentionally and devotedly.
Project Volunteer Opportunities
1) Write Policy Manual / Grant Writing
2) Put together Faith Club Starter Kits
3) Assemble CFC curriculum for Middle Schools and High Schools
4) Teacher Appreciation
5) Research and collect CFC info.
6) Prepare marketing material (Brochures, etc.).
7) Media Production