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Urban Impact: After-school Programming

 

Urban Impact uses programs to equip urban children, youth, and families to Grow, Succeed, and Lead within their neighborhoods.

 

Opportunity: Read to Succeed, a reading tutoring program designed for elementary students struggling to read on grade level. Volunteers are paired one on one with a child each week for individual reading time with club time occurring afterword. Students are encouraged to read aloud in the presence of their peers and caring adults.

 

Opportunity: The Academy, a holistic after school program designed to empower children to be successful academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. We focus on homework completion, leadership development, academic support and life skills.

Responsibilities: Volunteers meet one-on-one with a child, then participate in Club Time with the entire group.

Weekly Time Commitment: One hour per week, afternoons or evenings, depending on site

Length of Commitment: School year – September through May

For More Info Contact: Debbie Glenn / 859-255-8551 dglenn@lexlf.org

Urban Impact: In School Mentoring

 

Urban Impact uses programs to equip urban children, youth, and families to Grow, Succeed, and Lead within their neighborhoods.

 

Opportunity: In school mentoring is an on-site mentoring program, pairing volunteers with a small group of youth during school hours. There are opportunities to volunteer in elementary, middle, and high school groups. 

Responsibilities: On-site mentors meet at designated school and assist youth in developing leadership skills, coordinating service projects, and tutoring as needed.

Weekly Time Commitment: 1 hour weekly or biweekly, depending on site

Length of Commitment: School year – September through May

For More Info Contact: Debbie Glenn / 859-255-8551 dglenn@lexlf.org

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Street Address: 422 Codell Dr. Lexington, KY 40509  

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