Recent Opportunities

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Call for Volunteers: I-NOMA Project Pipeline Summer Camp

Our volunteers come from all sorts of backgrounds to give their time for a good cause! We value volunteers with different skills, experiences, and educational achievements. Though it is strongly recommended that volunteers be available for all four days of the camp, volunteers who can not attend the entirety of the camp will still be considered. Eligible volunteers include:

  • College graduates

  • College students

  • Volunteers who have retired and want to mentor future generations

  • Volunteers looking to build experience and professional connections

  • Volunteers with interest in mentoring youth

  • Volunteers with experience or interest in the design professions

  • Employer supported or sponsored volunteers

In each case, you will need to be prepared with the following requirements to get the most from your volunteering.

Take a look at the various levels of volunteers on the list below and decide where you fit, then include your level on your registration form.

LEVEL 1: LEAD MENTOR:

Requirements:  Must be a practicing Architect/Engineer
Duties: Leads a table of 7 students and two mentors through all the activities of the day.
Must be available for the hole duration of the camp (4 days)
Must attend a brief training seminar to review exercise and solutions.

 

LEVEL  2: MENTOR

Requirements:  Practicing Architect/Engineer
Duties: Assists the Lead Mentor or temporarily substitutes for a Lead Mentor.   
Must be available to attend at least one full day.


LEVEL 3: JUNIOR MENTOR

Requirements: College Student of architecture or engineering
Duties: Assists the Lead Mentor throughout the camp activities, focuses on one child; specifically timid children, or children who may need additional assistance.
Must be available to attend at least one full day.


LEVEL 4: HS MENTOR

Requirements: Former ACE Student or similar education    
Duties: Assists the Lead Mentor in running quick errands for additional supplies or also focusing one student who may need additional attention.  
Must be available to attend at least one full day.

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SAH thanks The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Fund at The Chicago Community Foundation for its operating support.
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