Teen Ambassador Program
Are You a Teen Who Wants to…
Learn how a non-profit works from the inside?
Develop leadership skills, while earning community service credit?
Make a BIG difference for people in need?
Mitzvah Circle Foundation’s Teen Ambassador Program aims to empower high school students to make a difference in their communities while strengthening ties between social and school groups (like sports teams, clubs, and faith-based groups) and Mitzvah Circle Foundation.
By training and equipping teens with valuable skills, we create a strong network of student leaders who support our critical work
Teen Ambassadors act as direct links between Mitzvah Circle and their social and school groups by teaching others how to use their hands and hearts to support the most vulnerable individuals in our area.
Over the course of a year, our Ambassadors serve as group leaders for various volunteer activities at Mitzvah Circle Foundation including Sundays and Teen Service Nights.
- Complete 10 hours of training during our Winter or Summer training sessions
- Commit to 1 year of service, volunteering at least once a month on Sundays and Teen Service Nights
- Host or facilitate an event with your community group to benefit Mitzvah Circle (group volunteer day, school supply collection, coat collection, etc...)
Interested in Becoming a Teen Ambassador?
Contact Rachel Hurley via email: Rachel@MitzvahCircle.org or phone: 267.649.7610