Realities for Children Boulder County Volunteer Needs
Realities for Children Boulder County provides educational scholarships to former foster care and other at-risk youth in Boulder County. We also operate Polaris House, a transitional living program based in North Boulder designed for young adults who have aged out of foster care and are attending classes and/or are working.
Scholarship Recipient Liaison
Each year we award Triumph Scholarships where students may apply the scholarship to the school of their choice. We also partner with the CU Guardian Scholars Program and sponsors in providing four-year undergraduate degree scholarships. We are seeking a volunteer to support RFCBC staff by maintaining periodic contact with our scholarship recipients. Please note: This is not a tutoring or mentoring role, but more of an administrative support position.
- Develop and maintain a contact database for the scholarship students.
- Collect testimonials and updates from the students that RFCBC may use in its updates to scholarship sponsors and other interested parties.
- Identify any specific needs the student may have and help them identify appropriate resources as necessary.
- Communicate available jobs and internships to students and facilitate connection with the business providing the opportunity (RFCBC has business opportunity leads on file)
Estimated Time Commitment: 3-4 hours per month. May be done remotely.
Link to our online Volunteer Application here. (Google Form)
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.