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Christ the King Service Corps
Detroit, MI

Ongoing

The Christ the King Service Corps is a faith-based community of volunteers living and working in Northwest Detroit to help agencies and institutions expand and strengthen their efforts to serve the people of Detroit. Our community is based on three pillars -- Faith, Service & Simplicity.

Faith
The CKSC is a faith-based community, originally founded by members of Christ the King Catholic Church. CKSC members participate in retreats, community reflection, and the Christ the King parish community. CKSC volunteers have many opportunities to explore their faith and grow spiritually while living in community

Service
In partnership with Christ the King Catholic School and Church, MOSES, Neighborhood Services Organization, St. Christopher Parish, and other organizations committed to the people of Detroit, CKSC members teach, perform outreach to the disabled and disadvantaged, and help communities organize to improve the quality of life for their residents.

Simplicity
The Christ the King Service Corps is able to provide volunteers to non-profit organizations because our members make the commitment to live in simple community while serving with the CKSC. Volunteers often view the experience of living an intentionally simple life as invaluable, giving them a chance to focus on the things in life that are truly important rather than the pursuit of material possessions.

Christ the King Service Corps is announcing its 2014-2015 service positions! We continue to focus on providing recent college graduates with great opportunities in the fields of teaching, community organizing and health outreach. 

Elementary School Teacher
(Christ the King Catholic School) – Multiple positions available!
Volunteers will teach in grades 4 through 8 at one of the four remaining Catholic elementary schools in the city of Detroit. Teachers must be certified in at least one U.S. state in order to comply with accreditation requirements.

Community Organizer
(MOSES) – Multiple positions available!
MOSES is an interfaith organization dedicated to organizing congregations and communities to help them work for equity and social justice in Metro Detroit. MOSES operates at the neighborhood, city and state levels, promoting “safe zone” neighborhoods, access to health care and healthy foods, public transportation and rights for immigrants. The volunteer will serve as a community organizer and work with congregations, government officials and individuals.

Outreach/Marketing for Programs for the Developmentally Disabled and Autistic – Life Choices
(Neighborhood Services Organization)
This volunteer will work to promote two NSO programs – one to teach developmentally disabled parent how to better raise their children and one to teach parents how to play with and engage their autistic children. The volunteer will interact with doctors’ offices, clinics, hospitals, daycare centers and other organizations, so that these programs can extend their reach to more families. In addition to the primary role of marketing and outreach, the volunteer will shadow and assist caregivers and clinicians as they make home visits to provide services.

Community Outreach and Intake Case Management – Older Adult Services
(Neighborhood Services Organization)
The volunteer would provide assistance in 2 areas: (1) Community Outreach: Presenting information about Older Adult Services to senior groups in senior apartment complexes and campuses, congregate meal sites and senior centers. (2) Intake Case Management: Telephone screening includes interviewing callers to determine eligibility for programs and services, and triaging calls to link callers to appropriate services in the community. There would also be the opportunity for the volunteer to accompany and assist other OAS outreach staff including case managers and therapists as appropriate.

Reading Instructor
(Wellspring)
Wellspring is a faith-based (Christian) youth development organization located in and serving the Brightmoor neighborhood of Northwest Detroit. Its mission is to assist urban youth in developing themselves spiritually, socially, academically and economically. Wellspring operates a center that provides services that include an after-school math and reading program, discipleship programs, outdoor recreation and a variety of individualized support services.

Case Manager – Support Coordinator and Advocate for Seniors
(Neighborhood Services Organization)
This program position involving regular face-to-face contact with clients age 60 and older in their places of residence. The position involves assessing client’s needs, linking with appropriate services, monitoring the receipt of services, the coordination of services and advocacy tasks. Support Coordinator services includes the monitoring of medication billing, treatment compliance and concrete services, transportation of clients, coordination of appointments, and other services in support of aftercare services.

Fill out the short application at:  www.CKSCDetroit.org
 

 

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