Be a High School Club Mentor as a Red Cross Club Coordinator

  • Posted 2 years ago

Red Cross Club Coordinators needed!  The American Red Cross prevents and alleviated human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteer and the generosity of donors.

The American Red Cross is looking for supportive volunteers to help guide and empower teen Red Cross Club members as they plan and carryout their service activities. Red Cross Club Coordinators play a very important role in mentoring teen Club leadership as they plan their blood drives, fundraisers, emergency preparedness drills and more! If you have free time during/after the school day, have experience working with teens, and like to plan events, consider becoming a Red Cross Club Coordinator!

Red Cross Club Coordinators will support Club leaders during fall registration and serve as a liaison between the American Red Cross and the teens. They provide guidance, suggest resources and give encouragement as members complete 3 service projects during the school year. They are currently recruiting a Red Cross Club Coordinator to support clubs in the Gilman School, St. Paul’s School and Towson High School.

Commitment: Volunteers are asked to commit to 2-3 hours each week sometime Monday-Friday approximately 2-4pm. Volunteers are asked to commit to 2 schools years.
Location: Gilman School, St. Paul’s School and Towson High School.
Restrictions:  Volunteers must be at least 25 years old.
*Volunteers must submit to a Background Check.