The Summit County Juvenile Court Family Resource Center is looking for volunteers to provide homework help to students in a one on one, and small group setting. Home work help sessions will occur on Thursdays from 3:30-5:30pm at the Summit County Juvenile Court. Tutoring is scheduled to begin on Thursday, February 2, 2017. I am looking for someone that can commit to the entire semester. Please contact Jessica Heropulos at 330-379-3610 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
The Expungement Clinic helps low-income Summit County residents seal the record of their criminal convictions. A sealed record enables many people better access to jobs, housing, and volunteer opportunities. Students will learn integral skills in the legal field including filing paperwork with the court, interviewing real clients, and communicating with clients both through the mail and over the phone. Students who are eligible for a legal intern certificate will have ample opportunities to appear in court and present an oral argument.
A student commitment to the Expungement Clinic can be for as few or as many hours as the student pleases. We do ask that you commit to at least one of our upcoming Saturday Outreach Clinics so we know how many volunteers we will have at each clinic.
Saturday January 14, 2017 – 8:00am- 12:00pm
Ohio Means Jobs Center
Saturday February 11, 2017 – 8:00am- 12:00pm
All hours qualify as Pro Bono Limited Means.
There will be a mandatory training session. We will schedule the training the week of January 9-13, once we receive feedback from volunteers. Please indicate your availability for training in the email. The training is approximately 30 minutes. Interested students or questions please RSVP to Professor Heather Staab at email@example.com.
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Attention May 2017 Graduates:
Reminder that all community service and pro bono hours required for graduation must be completed and logged on Symplicity no later than April 1st at Midnight. The holiday break is a great chance to volunteer your time and earn your hours!
If you have questions, or want to check your reported hours to date, please contact Assistant Dean O’Brien.
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12th annual Gift of Christmas outreach to the residents of Stark County homeless shelters. The event will be held on Saturday, December 3rd, from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM. We estimate 130 guests (men, women, and children) will participate from area shelters. Frontline Ministries is partnering with the following agencies:
- The Family Living Center Homeless Shelter in Massillon
- Canton YWCA
- Refuge of Hope Ministries in Canton An overview of the Gift of Christmas activities includes:
- Guests will be fed lunch and transported to local retailers to shop for personal needs and family Christmas gifts with donated funds.
- Following Christmas shopping, our guest will spend the remaining time at Frontline Worship Center in Jackson Township for more activities.
- In a festive Christmas atmosphere, our guests will wrap their purchased Christmas gifts, select from articles of donated clothing, and participate in family and Christmas activities.
- Guests will be served a sit-down holiday banquet with all the trimmings, accompanied by joyful entertainment.
- A Christmas presentation will be offered after banquet which will include drama, dance, worship, and an inspirational message of hope. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to facilitate this outreach. If you would like to financially contribute, checks can be made payable to Frontline Ministries International and sent in the enclosed envelope (please designate: The Gift of Christmas). You can also donate on-line at www.frontline-ministries.org
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