The Blue Ribbon Project is a 100% Volunteer organization and it is this volunteerism that moves our organization forward in serving abused and neglected children in our community. Are you looking for ongoing volunteer opportunities and to be part of an amazing team?
The Blue Ribbon Project is currently seeking dedicated individuals to be a part of it's Leadership Team. The Blue Ribbon Project Leadership Team is a core group of volunteers that participate in a variety of events and work to support our mission in helping abused and neglected children in our community. It is the Leadership Team that guides the organization and works in the daily operations of our various programs.
If you are interested in learning more about our Leadership Team, The Blue Ribbon Project will be hosting an Information Session on February 6th from 6pm until 8pm. Here, you'll have the opportunity to learn more about The Blue Ribbon Project, the programs we offer, meet other Leadership Team members and to see if our organization is a good fit for you. Its a great way to learn about The Blue Ribbon Project before making a personal commitment to volunteer. We do require registration for this information session as seating is limited. You can register by using the button at the top and bottom of this page.
The Blue Ribbon Project Leadership Team is a collection of individuals who bring unique knowledge and skills which complement the mission of The Blue Ribbon Project and help move the organization forward. The Blue Ribbon Project Leadership Team guides the organization, helps develop new programs, and refine current programs. Each member of the Leadership Team works with a particular program of their choosing (or multiple programs if they choose). The Leadership Team also participates in various events, including fundraisers, presentations, demonstrations, and events for foster youth. The Leadership Team is a great opportunity for those that wish to regularly be involved in helping abused and neglected children and to be an integral part of our growing organization.
We do ask a few things up front:
We do ask for a commitment of approximately 10 hours per month. This is flexible but we ask that Leadership Team members be committed to The Blue Ribbon Project and our mission.
Be at least 16 years of age. We do welcome youth under 16 years of age with parental/guardian involvement on the team.
Be dedicated and passionate in supporting abused and neglected children in our community and supporting The Blue Ribbon Project in it's mission to support the community.
Be able to pass a criminal background check, reference check, and complete an in-person interview.
This event is an information session only where you can learn more about The Blue Ribbon Project. After learning more about The Blue Ribbon Project, you'll have to opportunity to formally apply.
Leadership Team members need not have direct knowledge or experience with Child Abuse but can bring personal and professional experience and skills to the forefront and be part of a great team. Members should have a passion to helping abused and neglected children and working with the community.