UIF focuses on understanding the social, mental, physical, academic, and spiritual factors that influence a student, by designing programs in order to impact the whole person. Opportunities include volunteer coaches and referees, Bible discussion leaders, Options coaches and mentors for graduating high school seniors and tutoring and literacy support. On Thursdays UIF needs dance teachers and helpers, floaters for performing arts, and Children’s Choir helpers. These programs take place on the North Side.
Fill out an application on line Volunteer - Urban Impact (uifpgh.org)
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Urban Impact Mission Statement
Mentor young people between the ages of 7 to 17 through One2One Mentoring. This is a flexible
schedule. They help people discern their call to mentor. They will train you, support you, pay for your
clearances. Sessions are held at various partner sites. To achieve the best and stable result for the
children and teens, they ask for a 1-year commitment. The process is described at Be a Mentor - Family Guidance.
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Family Guidance Mission Statement
Steps of Boaz is looking for people who can do Career Counseling and Vocational Training and
Employment Assistance, employment training, cultural awareness, language interpretation and English
as a second language training, after school enrichment programs and classroom education for ages 6-17. Locations include Northview Heights, Bellevue, Brighton Heights, and Avalon, East Liberty area, McKees Rocks. Contact them at
United Somali Bantu | About Our Non-Profit | Pittsburgh, PA and click the Career Counseling and
Vocational Training button.
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Steps of Boaz Mission Statement