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Make a Difference in a Child's Life.

Mentors and tutors serve as the foundation on which the Nehemiah Center impacts the futures of at-risk children and their families. Whether you enjoy utilizing your talents in the subjects of Reading, Math, Arts & Crafts, Sports, Science, Foreign Language, or just have a compassionate heart for children, our students value your help. To volunteer, please click the link below and create an account to get set up in our volunteer database. If you have any questions, please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Samuel Marshall at


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Volunteer Training

The Nehemiah Center will hold 2 separate orientations for all of our incoming School Year volunteers. These orientations will provide important information pertaining to protocol, shift scheduling, and shift availability. Attending an orientation is mandatory for all School Year Program Volunteers.

The next Volunteer Orientation is scheduled for Tuesday February 25, 2020 from exactly 5:30-6:30 PM. If you plan on attending this orientation, please email


Pre-Kindergarten (3 and 4 year olds)

Our three and four year old students focus on early learning concepts before entering Kindergarten. There are many ways you can help, including: reading with the students, helping with craft projects and assisting with their language skills. Volunteer shifts are from 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. Other fun and helpful activities include:

  1. Reading and helping an individual student with English. 
  2. Working on beginning letter sounds and reading sight words.
  3. Working on puzzles, “moon sand”, play house, books and letters. 
  4. Helping the Pre-K Teacher with daily activities.

There are opportunities available with flexible hours to help the teachers with preparing materials for class.


Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle School, High School

Volunteers have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a student, establishing a unique and rewarding mentoring relationship in either the AEP (After School Enrichment Program) which serves children in grades K-5 or the CPP (College Prep Program) which serves students in grades 6-12.