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Unformatted text preview: Chicago, IL 60640 Tutoring and recreation M­F 3­8 pm background check 2570 S Blue Island Ave Chicago, IL 60608 are required pm 301 S. Ridgeland Avenue Oak Park, IL 60302 on any Lead small group activities such as reading and art groups, and chaperone out of school activities. 3023 W. Montrose Chicago, IL specific day. 7433 South Dorchester Avenue Chicago, IL 1009 N. Cleveland Ave Chicago, IL 60610 430 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60605 After school programming 1451 Cypress Avenue Hanover Park, IL 60133 5850 Laurel Lagrange, IL 60525 Work in large and small group activites. 615 Lakeview Lane Hoffman Estates, IL 60194 After school program including tutoring, games and activities in the gym Yes. Volunteers will be provided with CPR/First Aid training as well as Child Abuse Prevention Training 3333 N. Marshfield Chicago, IL 60657 Specialty children's hospital treating children with chronic illness or disability and children who have been abused or neglected Monday through Saturday 8 am to 8 pm E. 65th Street @ Lake Michigan Yes ­ 3 background checks and a health screen Yes ­ 4 hour orientation and specific on the job training Chicago, IL 60649 Preschool in the mornings, large sports program, family nights Complete volunteer form and return via fax, email or by hand in person Open Yes 300 East Northwest Highway Des Plaines, IL Low income public school setting for young children. Observe and assist teacher in the classroom. No 2345 S Millard Avenue Chicago, IL 60623 851 West Waveland Ave Chicago, IL 60613 Bensenville ­ Head Start and early Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm 531 S York Rd or 700 N Sacramento Yes Yes ­ general program training will be provided first or second day of services Bensenville or Chicago 501 S. Arlington Heights Rd Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 Head Start programs Volunteers would be able to give small group instruction to struggling students. Monday through Friday 7:55 am to 1:45 pm Yes No however, basic knowledge in reading, math, language arts, social studies and science is expected. 917 W. 88th Street Chicago, IL 60620 Chicago ­ foster care After school programs for youth ages 6 to 18 years old. Programs include concentration in the areas of character/leadership development, education and career develop Monday through Friday 2 to 9 pm Yes ­ Background test No ­ orientation is provided along with a volunteer manual 4835 N. Sheridan Chicago, IL 2 Programs: DRC program: Monday through Friday 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm. LNRC program: Monday through Friday 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm Yes ­ background check 101 S. Jefferson Yes ­ in house for corrective thinking Woodstock, IL 6901 S. Fairfield Chicago, IL 60629 Day Reporting Center (DRC) is an 258 Lovell Street Elgin, IL 60120 after school program for court 1101 E. Miner rlington Heights, IL 60004 A ordered youth ages 14 to 17. Play games and read books to residents. 1850 W...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2014 for the course PHSC 106 taught by Professor Williama.shoults-wilson during the Spring '14 term at Roosevelt.

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