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Volunteer Opportunities and Board Positions

We list volunteer opportunities and open board positions in the Kansas City region. Browse the list to find nonprofit organizations in need of individual and group volunteers, as well as skilled board members.

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Volunteer Opportunity

Offer Valid: 11/26/2019 - 01/31/2020
The mission of the Urban Ranger Corps is to help prepare at-risk inner city youth for responsible and productive futures through a program of disciplined work experience and service in their community; leadership development; and individualized planning for post-High School careers. 

The Urban Ranger Corps (URC) makes available to boys and young men ages 12-18 attending middle or high schools in the Kansas City Missouri School District or a Kansas City Charter School, a unique opportunity to develop the appropriate life skills necessary for them to become successful and contributing members of society.  URC is designed to assist boys and young men in discovering their individual talents, skills and abilities while guiding them successfully from childhood to adulthood. 

The young men we serve live in high-risk Kansas City neighborhoods having the highest police referral rates to Family Court (64100, 64127, 64128, 64130, 64132); all are enrolled in public or charter schools in Kansas City; the majority of them come from single parent households living at or below the poverty level; and  all are exposed to prevelant criminogenic factors that include neighborhood economic deprivation; high crime and violence rates; availability of drugs; low expectations/aspirations for school; and chronic absenteeism.  Our goal is to enroll young men in the program the summer before they enter 7th grade and retain them in the program until they graduate high school. 

We are looking for volunteers with expertise in:  Development, Marketing and Fundraising
Desired industry affiliations or community connections:  Construction, Tech/Start Up Companies and Marketing/Communications
Board  members serve a 3 year term with a maximum of 2 terms.  The Board meeting six times a year on the third Monday of the month

Each board member is expected to fund raise for the organization, through personal giving or leveraging of personal connections and networks.  We ask each board member to sponsor or solicit one table for the annual dinner and support special events.  Board members are also expected to:
  • Serve on at least one Board committee and fully participate in the activities of that committee.
  • Regularly attend Board and committee meetings unless excused.
  • Attend and support URC fundraising events and other activities.

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