If you care about kids and want to help them succeed in life, the Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center may be the place for you. We are a nonprofit youth center founded in 1990 by a mother in honor of her son, killed in a drive-by shooting (Google Myrtle Faye Rumph).
Our afterschool and summer programs have up to 60 students each in grades 3-12. Looking for college students who know the meaning of “fun and educational” and enjoy a family environment. Must love children!
How would you like to be involved?
* Homework and Tutoring
* Arts and Crafts
* Percussions and Dance
* Computer Lab
* Science Lab (engineering, robotics, animation, etc.)
* World Languages and Culture
* SAT-prep study groups
* Basketball and Ping Pong
* Fitness classes
* Playground and board games
* Field trips and more
* Your suggestions!
Marketing, fundraising and office administration also needed.
Our programs run year-round as follows:
*CollegeTrek Afterschool Program (Aug-Jun)--Mon-Fri, 2-6pm
*Summer Fun Camp (Jun-Jul)--Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm
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