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Reality U$ - Future Now: Finance

We have need of volunteers to work at Future Now: Finance (formerly Reality U$) at Liberty High School at March 28, 2017. Click on one of the schools' name if you would like to sign-up for a slot of 1.5 hours.

 

Click here for information if you are interested in sponsoring the event.

 

As always, thank you for your monetary and time commitment contributions.

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Community Service Opportunities

Interested in other community service? We have a compilation of options, just click here

Becoming a Volunteer

Why Volunteer?

One in three young people grow up without a mentor to offer real-life guidance. This affects approximately 16 million kids in America (and this includes nine million at-risk youth). We know kids with quality mentors are more likely to experience increased school attendance and academic achievement, demonstrate responsible decision-making, and develop skills to better navigate relationships at school and at home. At-risk youth with a mentor make better choices:

  • 52% are less likely than their peers to skip a day of school
  • 55% are more likely to be enrolled in college
  • 46% are less likely than their peers to start using drugs

And when mentored, those same at-risk youth give back to their communities:

  • 81% are more likely to participate regularly in extracurricular or sports activities
  • 78% are more likely to volunteer regularly in their communities
  • 90% are interested in becoming mentors themselves

Liberty Public Schools Volunteer Program Update

The name for Liberty's volunteer program is Youth Mentors.

If you have questions about the program or have any suggestions, please contact cjones@liberty.k12.mo.us or call at 816-736-5320.

Programs & Services for Liberty Public Schools

Liberty Public Schools Social Workers have a number of programs available to Liberty students. To find out more, click here.

Youth Mentors

Be an inspiration

Invest in bright futures

Encourage innovation

Click here to find out more!

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How do you become a Youth Mentor?

In just three steps you can become a Liberty Youth Mentor and start changing student's lives!

Here's how:

1. Complete the application and return it to cjones@liberty.k12.mo.us.

2. Attend an interview and training session.

3. Complete a background screening.