Connection Pointe Christian Church

Clarence Farrington Community Center

Clarence Farrington Community Center opens the doors of Clarence Farrington Elementary School in the evenings, Monday-Wednesday. The center provides a space for families to engage academically and socially. With a variety of programs available at CFCC, the families in the community have additional opportunities to grow, learn and connect together.

Spring Semester Dates – February 12 – May 30.

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MONDAY Volunteer Opportunities 

Front Desk Registration (5 – 6 pm)

Assist with the electronic process for student check-in and name tags. CFCC uses the same check-in system as Kid City.

English as a Second Language (ESL) (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

ESL is an English class for people who speak a different first language. ESL Mentors will assist the leader with the class and develop relationships with the adult students. Knowledge of Spanish language is a plus but not required.

High School Equivalency (HSE) (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

The HSE class teaches skills required to get a High School diploma. HSE Mentors will assist the leader with the class and develop relationships with the adult students.

Learning Labs (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

Learning Labs is after-school tutoring for all subjects, grades K-6. The Learning Lab volunteers will assist the students with homework while providing a warm learning environment.

Martial Arts (6:30 – 7:30 pm)

Martial Arts volunteers assist the instructors with students in the class. All assistance can belt in the class as well.

 

TUESDAY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES 

Front Desk Registration (5 – 6 pm)

Assist with the electronic process for student check-in and name tags. CFCC uses the same check-in system as Kid City.

 Budgeting Class (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

This class provides the knowledge of practical money skills to help plan a budget. The Table Leaders will assist the leader by leading a small group in class discussion.

Learning Labs (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

Learning Labs is after-school tutoring for all subjects, grades K-6. The Learning Lab volunteers will assist the students with homework while providing a warm learning environment.

Boy Scouts (6:30 – 7:30 pm)

Boy Scouts teaches boys responsibility, character development and self-reliance through multiple activities. The Boy Scout leader will plan, organize and teach weekly lessons, consistent with the Boy Scouts model. The Boy Scout volunteers will help the leader with teaching and activities.

Creative Eagle (6:30 – 7:30 pm)

Creative Eagle engages students in creativity and positive relationships. Creative Eagle project leaders will teach the club a 1-3 weeks skill class. This may include woodworking, arts, cooking, or other activities. Creative Eagle volunteers assist students with weekly creative projects. No preparation necessary.

 

WEDNESDAY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES 

English as a Second Language (ESL) (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

ESL is an English class for people who speak a different first language. ESL Mentors will assist the leader with the class and develop relationships with the adult students. Knowledge of Spanish language is a plus but not required. 

High School Equivalency (HSE) (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

The HSE class teaches skills required to get a High School diploma. HSE Mentors will assist the leader with the class and develop relationships with the adult students.

Resource Pantry (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

The Resource pantry offers food and other resources for families who need immediate relief. The Resource Pantry Volunteers will be responsible for assisting leaders in the food pantry 1x a month. This would be a great opportunity for small groups or families!

Family Night (5:30 – 7:30 pm)

Family Night is an opportunity for adults and children to connect through fun and interactive activities. The Family Night Captains will be responsible for managing activities, food and family fun 1x a month. The Family Night Volunteers will help the captains provide a fun and engaging experience for families, 1x per month.

Other

CFCC Translator

Must be Spanish-speaking. Translators will help with special events and registration on an as needed basis.

Social Media Assistant

The Social Media Assistant must be willing to commit 5-10 hours a week to helping run the Clarence Farrington Community Center social media accounts. Responsibilities would include creating content, posting on Facebook, and responding to comments. Needs to be detail-oriented and organized. Must be well-versed in social media.