More than one hundred volunteers evaluate local health and human service programs and initiatives and carefully distribute funds to ensure your gift is invested wisely. This process allows United Way to be extremely efficient, keeping costs low so more dollars go towards providing services. Your United Way partners with nonprofits, businesses, and government entities to help as many people as possible. By donating to United Way, you can support the causes you care about and make a positive impact on those around you all through a single contribution. United Way connects us all, providing real impact through quality programs, services, and initiatives. LIVE UNITED through your investment in the community and in the future, today!
When you give to United Way, your dollars stay in your community to help people who live in your community. Your generosity helps make the Dayton region a better place for us all. We help people learn, develop, hope, and live their best lives. Our goals is to make the Dayton region thrive in the areas of education, income and health that will advance the common good for all in our community.
Interested in working for a non-profit making an impact in your community? We frequently have job openings for a wide range of positions. Check back often for new opportunites, and please, get in touch!
Servant Leader Intern
United Way of the Greater Dayton Area (UWGDA) sponsors the Montgomery County Freedom Schools Collaborative, which comprises seven sites. The CDF Freedom Schools® program is an educational and cultural enrichment program. Our program provides summer learning for children, to address summer learning loss, and strengthens parent and community involvement. We serve children who have completed kindergarten through eighth grade for six weeks delivering integrated reading, conflict resolution, and social action in an activity-based curriculum to promote social, cultural, and historical awareness.
College students play a key role in the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom Schools program as Servant Leader Interns. Servant Leader Interns are responsible for the front-line care and nurturing of the children. Using the Integrated Reading Curriculum, they serve as facilitators in the classroom and as leaders of parent workshops and community outreach activities.
SLI Job Description 2018
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