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Mankato Community Education - Minnesota State University, Mankato

Fall Semester

2008

Service-Learning Resource

Fair

MinnesotaStateUniversity,

Mankato

Agency Listing

Monday, September 8, 2008

Centennial Student Union Ballroom

10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Student Leadership Development & Service-Learning

CSU 173


Adult Basic Education

110 Fulton Street #252

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To provide adults with educational opportunities to acquire and improve their literacy skills

necessary to be self sufficient and to participate effectively as productive workers, family members, and citizens

Contact: Marilyn Solberg

Phone: 345-5222

Fax: 387-5501

Direct Services and Recipients: Working with adult learners: tutoring, and assisting with classes.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Prefer a clean criminal background

Afterschool Walkabout

110 Fulton Street

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Reach All- Teach All- Include All. Lifelong learning opportunities

Contact: Sheila Rahn

Phone: 387-5501

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients: You will be tutoring students in grades 1-6 under the supervision of a lend

teacher and a paraprofessional.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must pass a background check. Must be willing to commit to at

least 15 hours.

Again Thrift & More Minnesota Valley Action Council

482 Raintree Rd.

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: We develop opportunities for people and communities.

Contact: Heather Condon

Donna Goettl

Phone: 345-0451

Fax: 345-2412

Website: mnvac.mankato.mn.us

Direct Services and Recipients: Merchandise prep, cashiering, organizing, quality control, and consumer

relations.


Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: none.

Arc of Minnesota Southwest

709 S. Front Street Suite 3

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Our mission is to help people with developmental disabilities and their families to connect

with resources, supports, and policy efforts. Our goal is an inclusive future where people of all ability levels are

celebrated.

Contact: Catherine Hooper, Director of Development

Phone: 345-4223

Fax: 345-8145

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients:

Services: Services are flexible. They could include unity, data entry, answering phones, updating

website content, or helping set up and coordinate events and programs.

Recipients: People with developmental disabilities and their families.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: None

ACES at Bridges and Roosevelt Elementary Schools

110 Fulton

Lincoln Community Center

Mission Statement: ACES is a community education after school program at Bridges and Roosevelt schools.

Enrichment and choices for the student activities lead the program. Programs range from art, music, science

and sports.

Contact: Joan Eisenrich

Phone: 387.5501

Direct Services and Recipients: Will provide mentoring to students, help with homework and scheduled

programs. Volunteers have the opportunity to teach their favorite past time or skill.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Service-Learning students must pass a background check.

Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office

710 South Front Street

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: The basic philosophy of the Blue Earth County Jail Program Office is to develop and

schedule programs and services to promote rehabilitation, positive attitudes, and help individuals become better

citizens.


Contacts: Jack Considine

Phone: 387-8732

Fax: 387-8734

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: blueearthco.org

Direct Services and Recipients: We are looking for correction students to volunteer their time running various

programs for the prisoners of the Blue Earth County Jail. Some programs include; relaxation classes, gym time, aerobics,

and bingo and/or card tournaments.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Volunteers must have no criminal charges pending and/or no court

supervision or suspended sentence. Must be 20 years old and have a willingness to help people. Patience and empathy are

a must. Be assertive and have the ability to work independently. Everyone is required to do a background check.

Campus Kitchen Project

Community Engagement Office

CSU 173

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: The Campus Kitchens Project is a groundbreaking initiative that involves college students in the

recovery of leftover food from campus residence halls to serve meals to families and adults in need. Currently there have

been over 4,000 MSU students involved.

Contact: Sammie Eckerson

Phone: 389.6076

Fax: 389-5632

Direct Services and Recipients:

You may volunteer on a cooking or delivery shift, plan a food drive, hold a fundraiser, let us educate

your organization about domestic hunger or make a donation.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must go through volunteer training

Dakota Meadows Middle School

1900 Howard Dr

North Mankato, MN 56003

Mission Statement: To educate 7 th and 8 th grade students at Dakota Meadows Middle School located in North

Mankato hilltop.

Contact: Jenny Olseth

Phone: 387-5077

Fax: 387-1119

Direct Services and Recipients:

1 person tutor English Language Learners: 2-3pm Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri

2 people tutor 7 th then 8 th graders in learning lab: 1:20-3:00 Mon-Fri (1:20-2:00 8 th Grade, 2:00-3:00 7 th )

3 people tutor 7 th and 8 th graders in after school study hall: 3-4pm Mon-Thursday


2-3 males and 2-3 females to mentor at risk students (7 th and 8 th graders) once a week

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Need to commit to entire semester and need background checks

DreamsWork & Lifeworks Visual Arts Studio

1806 Commerce Dr.

North Mankato, MN 56003

Mission Statement: To serve our community and people with disabilities as we live and work together.

Contacts: Katie Boone

Kristi Powers

Phone: (507) 625-7522

Fax: (507) 625-1552

Direct Services and Recipients: 1:1 reading or other learning projects; provide music, art, dance experiences;

help with field trips; table games; share your passions with our clients; teaching components. Weekend and

Mon-Fri hours available.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Must be supervised when working with clients at all times -

supervision provided by Lifeworks/Dreamswork staff.

Elks Nature Center in Rasmussen Woods

555 Rasmussen Woods rd.

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To provide awareness, understanding, appreciation and preservation of Rasmussen Woods

and the natural environment.

Contact: Denise Billington-Just, Coordinator & Beth Bench, Enrichment Specialist

Phone: 387-8585

Direct Services and Recipients: Event implementation, environmental ed activity, planning, center

management, community members of all ages.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Background check needed to work more than 10 hours staffing

the center.

Family Literacy

Lincoln Community Center

110 Fulton St.

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To enable families new to the United States to improve their English proficiency and

increase their awareness of school and community processes so that, as students, families and individuals, their

education experience provides a foundation for positive community participation and fulfillment of personal

goals.


Contact: Clarice Esslinger, Family Literacy Program Coordinator

Arik Anderson

Phone: 345-5222

Fax: 387-4770

Direct Service and Recipients: Tutoring in reading, writing, math computer and other subjects. Organize and

participate in rec. activities. Students will be working with ESL students, K-12 grade, and their parents.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Must pass background check.

Friends of the Deep Valley Libraries

100 E. Main St.

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: The Friends of the Deep Valley Libraries is a non-profit volunteer organization that has

supported libraries in this area since 1977. The Friends provides funds to libraries in Mankato, North Mankato,

Lake Crystal and Mapleton; the book mobile; funding for the summer reading program for children, Project

Bookshelf (in conjunction with Santa Anonymous), and materials and equipment to enhance reading and

learning opportunities.

Contact: Sarah Reichwald-Beiswanger, Volunteer Coordinator

Phone: 304-4005/ 625-5834

Direct Services and Recipients: Reading for story times; passing out books at community events; selling books

at used bookstore annual sales; collecting books for community projects; assisting with author events.

Recipients include children and community members.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must be 18 years of age.

Girl Scouts Peacepipe Council

Mission Statement: Girls Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character that make the world a better

place.

Contact: Marisel Riquelme, Membership and Marketing Specialist

Phone: 625-7474; 381-7682

Fax: 625-7474

Direct Services and Recipients: Students partner to work with adult volunteers to work hands on girls ages 5-18

in various different capacities, assisting in coordinating different adventure interest groups in the community,

support fundraising and different elements of program development.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must pass a background check and provide references. Should

also be reliable, creative, self-motivated, male or female and adhere to the Girls Scout promise. Time

commitment is flexible and varies with position.


Habitat for Humanity of South Central Minnesota

512 Mulberry St E

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Habitat for Humanity of South Central MN is a non-profit Christian housing ministry

dedicated to building simple decent and affordable housing with and for families in need.

Contact: Alison Troldahl

Phone #- 388-2081

Fax #- 388-1618

Email: [email protected]

Website: hfhsouthcentral.net

Direct Services and Recipients: Building homes for low-income families, working in restore to help fund more

Habitat homes for low-income families, and/or serving on a committee that benefits Habitat families.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Construction-must be 18 years old.

Harry Meyering Center

109 Homestead Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To support and facilitate meaningful lifestyles for the people we serve.

Contact: Judy Arzdorf, Director of Program Services

Phone: (507) 387-8281

Fax: (507) 625-9948

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: www.harrymeyeringcenter.org

Direct Services and Recipients: Harry Meyering Center provides residential and support services to adults with

disabilities.

Opportunity #1

Service-Learners will primarily participate in leisure and recreational activities with one specific site. Hours of

service are generally between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and between 10:00 a.m. and 8:00

p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. (A few slots may be available during the day hours – 9am to 2:30pm) Hours may

vary slightly depending on the schedule of the people you will be working with at HMC. Hours will take place

when HMC staff is present. Volunteers should plan on coming for at least 2 hour time slots. Hours must be

arranged in advance with the Site Supervisor.

Activities might include crafts, games, walks and exercise, socializing, cooking, art projects, card making,

scrapbooking, music, etc. HMC is always searching for volunteers to teach new skills and hobbies to the

individuals we work with.

Requirements and/or restrictions: May be asked to complete a background check and/or a mantoux test.

Students wishing to complete their Service-Learning experiences with HMC must make arrangements by

September 24th. Students must complete a 1 1/2 hour orientation session prior to beginning their experience.


Junior Achievement of the Mankato Area

PO Box 1090

Mankato, MN 56002

Mission Statement: To ensure every child in America has a fundamental understanding of the free enterprise

system. Junior Achievement educates and inspires young people (K-12) to value free enterprise, business and

economics to improve the quality of their lives.

Contact: Tami Reuter - District Director

Phone: 387-9609

Fax: 387-9604

Direct Services and Recipients: The MSU volunteers will be speaking to students in grades K-5, presenting a

provided curriculum, which contains hands-on business education activities.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Must be available for at least 5 30-45 minute visits and have transportation

to and from the local schools.

Kids Against Hunger

500 Patterson Avenue

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To reduce the number of people worldwide that are hungry. To package and distribute our

highly nutritious meal to those of every race and creed in America and every nation that has need. We package

the food through volunteers.

Contact: Tim Stromer, Director

Phone: 387-1390

Fax: 387-1352

Direct Services and Recipients:

Office work such as computer input, filing, typing, etc. Packaging meals with groups of 10 or more.

Supervising groups of 10 or more.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: None for packaging. Some nights and weekends. Office stuff

needs for general office skills. Carpentry skills or maintenance skills. Motivated people for supervisors.

Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual Transgender Center

Mission Statement: It is our mission to provide support, advocacy, referral and service of community to

LGBTQQA Students. Through education, programming, and activism we heighten campus and community

awareness of LGBTQQA concerns.

Contact: Brian Wollum, Program Advisor

Phone: 389-3237

Fax: 389-5632


Direct Services and Recipients: Southcentral Minnesota Pride; Coming Out Week; World Aids Day

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must be able to come for scheduled activities.

LEEP (Leisure Education for Exceptional People)

929 North Fourth Street

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To provide recreational and leisure opportunities to individuals with developmental

disabilities so that they might achieve optimal levels of socialization and independence in the community.

Contact: Becky Kunst - Executive Director

Phone: 387-5122

Fax: 387-1676

Direct Services and Recipients: Assisting individuals with disabilities during various recreational programs

such as Special Olympic Sports, classes, and social activities. Assisting may consist of working one to one with

participants, taking on more of an active leadership role at activities, and miscellaneous set-up and clean-up.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Students must volunteer at least 15 hours at any program during

one semester at LEEP, and may continue as desired.

Lifeworks

1804 Commerce Drive

North Mankato, MN 56003

Mission Statement: To serve our community and people with disabilities as we live and work together.

Contact: Andrew Pietsch

Kristi Powers

Phone: 625-7522

Fax: 625-1552

Direct Services and Recipients: 1:1 reading or learning projects; provide music, art dance experiences; help

with field trips; table games; share your passions with our clients; teaching components. Mon-Fri hours

available 8am-3pm.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must be supervised when working with clients at all times –

supervision by Lifeworks staff.

MRCI Work Source

15 Map Drive

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Working with disabled adults in a workplace setting. Offering in-house, community, and

various jobs. Offering lots of leisure sensory activities.


Contact: Cathy Groebner

Phone: 386-5600

Fax: 507-345-5991

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients: Students could help with anything from helping feed consumers to going on

community jobs with them. They can help run programs with the consumers and help with work.

Requirements and /or restrictions of service: Must pass a background check, cannot be alone with consumers

without staff present.

MVAC-Thrift Store

464 Raintree Road

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Were here for the 19,312 people living in poverty in south central Minnesota. Developing

resources and opportunities, which empower people and communities.

Contact: Heather Hotovec & Donna Schaffler

Phone: 345-2409

Fax: 345-2414

Direct Services and Recipients: Students would be working with the public alongside other volunteers in a

variety of tasks required to operate a thrift store.

Mankato Area Adult Basic Education

110 Fulton Street

Room 255

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To enable families new to our community to succeed in this community: more specifically

to help their children succeed in school through homework help and parent participation.

Contact: Clarice Esslinger or Arik Finderson

Phone #- 345-5222

Fax #- 387-4770

Dircet Services and Participants: Tutoring ELL (Somali, Sudanese, Mexican-anyone who is not a native

English speaker) Grades K-12 in reading, math, homework, and participating in recreational activities.

Requirements and/or restrictions of Services: Background check required.

MankatoCommunityEducation/ Recreation- ACCESS

110 Fulton Street

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Reach All- Teach All- Involve All; Lifelong learning opportunites

Contact: Melanie Schmidt Julaine Trapp


Phone: 387-5501 Phone: 345-5222

Fax: 387-4770 Fax: 387-4770

Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected]

Website: Mankato.cer.com Website: Mankato.cer.com

Direct Services and Recipients:

Wide range of activities for preschool to senior citizens. Duties include but are not limited to assisting

with various enrichment courses.

Working with individuals with disabilities. Classroom one on one with individuals with disabilities.

Volunteer for adaptive recreation opportunities. Assist teachers in educational classes.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Must complete and pass a background check.

Mankato East Junior High/Alternative Learning Center

2600 Hoffman Road

Mankato, MN 56001-5805

Mission Statement: Mankato East Jr High School, through a team effort of students, parents, and staff

members, strives to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s challenges. We strive to accomplish this by

providing a quality education and a positive learning environment to help all students succeed in careers and

their roles as productive community members. We strive for success for all students.

Contact: Cindy Westmark and Tiann Madson

Phone: 345-6625 ext. 373

Fax: 387-2890

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients: One-on-one and small group tutoring of grades 7-8 in all general subjects.

Also includes mentoring students at-risk due to such factors as truancy, lack of organization skills, home

environment, failing classes, and peer group pressure.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Must pass a background check. Hours of program are Mon-Thus 1:30-4:30

pm and Friday 1:30-3:00 pm.

Mankato Volunteer Tutor Program

110 Fulton Street - Lincoln Community Center - Room 255

Mankato, MN 56001

(Take Stoltzman Road to Pleasant Street. Park at the back of the building and enter off the parking lot.)

Mission Statement: Our purpose is to provide quality educational services to adults, nineteen and older, with an

emphasis on reading, writing, math and English-speaking skills.

Contact: Marilyn Solberg - Volunteer Coordinator

Phone: 345-5222, ext. 411 (messages can be left 24-7)

Fax: 387-4770

Direct Services and Recipients: One-on-one, small group, classroom, and computer lab assistant volunteer,

tutors are needed. Tutors work with high school dropouts (mainly for GED preparation), those who are learning

English as a Second Language, or other adults who want to improve their basic skills for employment, personal


satisfaction, or further schooling. The majority of tutoring time is spent in improvement of basic reading,

writing, math skills, and conversation. Students range in ages from nineteen to seventy-five.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: We look for volunteers with an ability to share the enjoyment of

reading and learning. Volunteer placements are made on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please call early in the

semester. Many MSU students who have provided service learning in the past have expressed their gratitude

for and surprise at how much they have gained both personally and professionally from this experience. Are

you ready for growth and new experiences? Please join us fall semester.

Minnesota Correctional Facility - Red Wing

1079 Highway 292

Red Wing, MN 55066

Mission Statement: The MN Correctional Facility- Red Wing exists to restore the offender, victim and

community, and to promote public safety, offender accountability and pro-social competency. The Facility

provides a continuum of services for serious and chronic juvenile male offenders within a therapeutic

community.

Contact: Nita O'Connell

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 651-267-3683

Fax: 651-267-3761

Direct Services and Recipients: There are six positions. Service learning participants, with the guidance and

direct supervision of staff, would interact with residents during their daily living routine. This may include

treatment, educational programs, recreation/leisure activities, and transition services. Duties may include

tutoring, observing a variety of treatment services, and other assignments related to the delivery of these

services. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the roles of facility employees who provide the

opportunities and structure for residents to develop the educational, social, and behavioral skills necessary for

their successful reintegration to the community.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: This position is only open to 396 Corrections students. Due to the

policy of the Corrections Department, everyone is required to undergo a background records check. This

facility is only partially accessible to people who are physically challenged.

Neighborhood Thrift Store and PACT Ministries

354 Carol Court,

North Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Pact ministries provide assistance to needy people in the Mankato area thru the

Neighborhood Thrift Store and food-for-all programs.

Contact: Ruth Koestler

Phone: 625-7228

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients:

Direct services: cashier, receive donations, stock shelves, food distribution, adopt and “area of interest”

(toys, clothing, etc), sort donations, design seasonal displays


Recipients: Anyone and everyone who shops or donates items to our retail store. Assist people at the

free food programs.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Fill out volunteer application and reference form, must have

transportation to our location (own car, use public transportation, etc)

Partners for Affordable Housing

512 E Mulberry Street

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: To provide housing and supportive services to low-income families and individuals.

Contact: Julie Caraway-Jensen; Sharon Frahm

Phone: (507) 387-4061

Fax: (507) 387-1321

Direct Services and Recipients: Answer phones, upkeep of shelter, interact with clients at the shelter

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Commitment of a minimum of 25 hours.

Project G.E.M. (Growth, Experience, Motivation)

Route 1, Box 533

Lake Crystal, MN 56055

Mission Statement: Project G.E.M. (Growth, Experience, Motivation) works with at-risk youth through

cultural, environmental, and social education to assist in the development of creative self-expression and

boosting self-esteem and self-growth. The program networks with other clubs and organizations within the

community. The goal is to educate youth in the community to enrich their lives.

Contact: Alice De Yonge - Program Director

Phone: (507) 726-6047

Direct Services and Recipients: Work with low income/at-risk youth ages 12 - 17 years old within the

Mankato and St. Peter area.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Must have transportation available for all locations. Need to

attend training meeting for setup to sites and events.


Opportunity #1: Mankato Annual Pow Wow

Where: Land of Memories Municipal Park. Approximately 1.5 miles from YMCA on Riverfront Dr., Hwy

169/60 west out of Mankato

When: September 19-21, Friday- Sunday

Time: 3 & 4 hour shifts all weekend

What you will be doing: Education day is Friday only. 8an-3pm. help 3 rd graders go through approximately 15-

20 Native American educational stations set up out at the park. Sat- Sun…meet native vendors at the event &

learn about traditional crafts, help with directing traffic, serve elders, learn about American Indian cooking,

interact with the Dakota Women’s Society.

Requirements: Transportation to the event

Opportunity #2: Creative After Thoughts (after school art class)

Where: Mankato, St. Peter, New Ulm, Madelia, Fairmont

When: Tues- Wed, Thurs (each location has a different day)

Time: 3:30-5:30 or 4:00-6:00PM each week

What you will be doing: Assisting the team leader in helping youth ages 8-14 yrs old with creating different

types of art projects. Some youth may have learning disabilities.

Requirements: emphasis in education, youth and art. Must have transportation to site locations.

Opportunity #3: In-class Educational Assistance

Where: Mankato and St. Peter Day Treatment Center, St. Peter H.S & Special Ed.

When: Monday - Friday

Time: Flexible hours anytime between 8:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

What you will be doing: Assisting the teachers and staff, teaching a class on a subject of your choice, &

interaction with youth activities.

Requirements: College students with an emphasis in education and youth grades 2 nd -5 th , 6 th -8 th , 9 th -12th (must

have transportation to sites.

Opportunity 4: Halloween Hay ride Activity Day

Where: McGowan’s Pioneer Homestead Ranch (5 mi. SE of town)

When: October (last week of Oct. dates TBD)

Time: 9:30-11:30AM and 12:00-2:30PM

Requirements: Transportation to the ranch

What you will be doing: Supervising and interacting in outdoor games and various activities with at-risk youth

groups. Some activities include the zip line, tomahawk throw, candle dipping, and the hay ride.

Opportunity 5: Annual History Fest

Where: McGowan’s Pioneer Homestead Ranch, 5 mi. south of Mankato. (map will be available at training

meeting)

When: October 9-11th, Thursday- Saturday

Time: Th-F: 8-11:30am, 11 am -3pm, Sat: 9:30am-1:30pm, 1:00-5:30pm

What you will be doing: Help will be needed to supervise games and activities during the event. This is a great

opportunity for college students to interact with youth that focuses on cultural and environmental entertainment

and recreation. All activities will be held outdoors.

Requirements: transportation to and from the event

Note: All service-learning students will need to attend the required training meeting before starting any of these

events through Project GEM. Details will be provided at the table when you sign up.


Salvation Army

700 South Riverfront Drive

P.O. Box 373

Mankato, MN 56002-0373

Mission Statement: The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal

Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is

to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in his name without discriminating.

Contact: Robin M Tietz - Administrative Assistant

Phone: 345-7840 ext. 37

Fax: 345-1245

Direct Services and Recipients: Direct Services & Programs may vary depending on the season. Help in the

Seasonal Shelter by working with adult homeless men. Assist customers in the Thrift Store. Help in the

distribution on the Bundle-Me-Warm Program, providing winter-wear to those in need. Help with the

coordination of special projects on occasion.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: Students must pass a background check.

Sexual Violence Resource Center

P.O. Box 3526

Mankato, MN 56002-3526

Mission Statement: To provide support and services to victims of sexual violence and to promote sexual

violence prevention.

Contact: Jayme Jackson

410 S. 5th St.

Mankato, MN 56001

Phone: 507.304-4295

Fax: 507.304-4387

Email: [email protected]

Website: co.blue-earth.mn.us/SVRC

Direct Services and Recipients: Presentations, research projects, creating and updating information packets,

attend meeting, work on/ assist with volunteer management, and more…

Requirements or restrictions of service: To work directly with victims you need to complete our 40 hour

training and you can then become a volunteer advocate.

SMILES (Southern Minnesota Independent Living Enterprises &

Services)

709 South Front Street

Mankato, MN 56001


Mission Statement: To provide a wide array of services to assist individuals with disabilities to live

independently, pursue meaningful goals and have the same opportunities and choices as all persons.

Contact: Jessica Roschen & Diane Winegar

Phone: 345-7139

Fax: 345-8429

Direct Services and Recipients: Assist in ramp building; adaptive ski program; adaptive outdoor rec including

fishing, canoeing, archery, baseball program, and small group activities with persons all ages and all types of

disabilities.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: The volunteers will complete a volunteer registration form and 2

hours of volunteer training. Must pass a background check.

Somali Student Association After School Tutoring and Mentoring

Mission Statement: The primary goal of the after-school tutoring and mentoring program is to motivate and

encourage the youth to pursue higher education while helping them connect with caring adults (college

students) who provide help with day to day homework assignments and reading.

Contact: Sharmarke Issa

Phone: 612-242-2001

Fax: 389-5992

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients:

The program provides services for the community through tutoring and mentoring of students in K-12.

Requirements and/or Restrictions of service: The only requirement is to be professional in conduct while

participating in the program.

South Central American Red Cross

Mission Statement: American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its

congressional charter and the Fundamental Principles of International Red Cross movement, will provide relief

to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.

Contact: Jenni Dillemuth, Health & Safety Services/Disaster Services Specialist

Phone: 387-6664

Fax: 345-7079

Direct Services and Recipients: Blood mobile volunteers/ Disaster Services/ General Office support/

Community Disaster Education Speakers

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: 6 month volunteer commitment requested and must pass

background check.


Theresa House

512 Mulberry St. E

Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: Our mission is to eliminate homelessness by providing emergency shelter and transitional

housing, as well as assistance in meeting basic needs and accessing area social services for single women and

families.

Contact: Anna Larson, Volunteer Coordinator

Pam Bartholomew, Executive Director

Phone: 507-388-1664

Fax: 507-388-7661 (call before faxing)

Email: [email protected]

Website: theresahouse.org

Direct Services and Recipients:

After school program- assisting school age children with homework.

Office Assistant- answering phone, meeting public, accepting donations.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Reference check, 18 years and older.

The Third Floor Youth Center

600 South Fifth Street - Room 125

St. Peter, MN 56082

Mission Statement: We support kids by opening our doors to provide a safe, fun, accepting and respectful

environment. We, as youth leaders, help the development of this culture by being caring role models for the

kids while learning valuable business and life skills. In turn, given this opportunity, we hope future generations

will continue to build a stronger, healthier community.

Contact: Nicole Whalen, Volunteer Coordinator

Sandie Fish, Youth Center Coordinator

Emily Bergervoet, President

Phone: 507-934-9886

Email: [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning Students will serve as chaperones and participate in fun

activities with 4th-8th graders. Students will also assist youth with homework help, and help monitor and teach

social skills to youth.

Requirements and/or restrictions of service: Service-Learning students must pass a background check and

attend training provided by the center.

Note: The Third Floor Youth Center is a youth run facility, operated totally by the high school youth of St.

Peter with advice from adults in the community.

YMCA Mankato

1401 S Riverfront Dr.


Mankato, MN 56001

Mission Statement: The Mission of the Mankato Family YMCA is to provide quality programs and services

offering opportunities for all families and individuals in our community to develop their physical, spiritual,

mental, and social well being.

YMCA After School Fun

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: Cheryl Hammond

[email protected]

Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522

Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning students will engage youth k-12 in a variety of programs,

games homework assistance and just plain fun. Youth from Mankato Area make the Mankato Family YMCA

their destination after school and come from a very diverse background.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a background check. Attend orientation and planning meetings.

Willingness to have fun and engage teens in a variety of activities.

YMCA After School Adventures

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: Heidi Selzer

[email protected]

Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522

Interact with youth in grades K-5, by doing arts and crafts, community service projects, field trips, swimming

lessons and special events from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, Mon-Fri. This program runs Monday through Friday

following the District #77 school year.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a background check. Attend orientation and planning meetings.

Willingness to have fun and engage teens in a variety of activities.

YMCA Teen Nights

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: Cheryl Hammond

[email protected]


Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522

Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning students will assist in the planning and facilitation of YMCA

Teen Nights. Teen Nights are open to Mankato Area 6-9 th Graders and cover a range of diversity in all

applicable areas. (7:30-10:00 pm)

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a background check. Attend orientation and planning meetings.

Willingness to have fun and engage teens in a variety of activities.

YMCA Youth/Teen Leadership Programming

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: Cheryl Hammond

[email protected]

Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522

Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning students will assist the program staff in youth/teen leadership

programming, recruit volunteers/participants, and help the program participants.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a background check. Attend orientation and planning meetings.

Willingness to have fun and engage teens in a variety of leadership programming/activities

YMCA Youth Sports Program

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: Laura Diaz

Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522

Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning students will assist in planning and facilitation of YMCA

Youth Sports. Teams are open to elementary aged Mankato Area Youth from a variety of backgrounds.

Students will prepare coach co-ed teams, teach fundamental of the sports and ref games

Hockey (K-6 th grade), Volleyball (3-6 th grade), Basketball (5-6 th grade) Season runs October to November.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a background check. Attend orientation and planning meetings.

Willingness to have fun, engage youth and teach sports fundamentals/ref games.

YMCA Preschool Discovery Program

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: Margo Dietz

[email protected]

Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522


Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning students will assist in the YMCA Preschool Discovery

program. The program has one morning session from 9-11:30 and one afternoon session from 12-3pm.

Students will help the program in preparing preschoolers for Kindergarten.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a background check. Attend orientation and planning meetings.

Willingness to have fun and engage preschoolers in a variety of activities

YMCA Brother/Sister Program

Mankato Family YMCA

1401 S Riverfront Dr.

Mankato, MN 56001

Contact: YMCA Brother/Sister Program

Phone 387-8255

Fax 387-2522

E-Mail- [email protected]

Direct Services and Recipients: Service-Learning students will develop an interpersonal mentoring relationship

with a Mankato Area youth, ages 6-14, for role modeling, acceptance, involvement and enthusiasm by sharing

skills, time and interests. Students will employ Service-Learning through relationship development with youth.

Requirements and/or restrictions: Pass a criminal background check, reference check, interviews and training

and a 9-month, 3hr/week commitment.

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Enrichment Instructor (Adult & Youth)
Community Education & Recreation

 
 Mankato Area Public Schools, Community Education and Recreation has positions available for Enrichment Instructors (Adult & Youth) at Lincoln Community Center beginning October 2, 2018.  Schedule is based on the instructor's availability, availability of district facilities and consumer feedback.
Summary of Duties:
Mankato Community Education & Recreation is seeking instructors to teach enrichment courses in our Youth & Adult Enrichment Department.  This position is entrepreneurial in nature.   Per hour or per student pay is based on the number of classes completed and total number of students reached.  Instructors may teach seasonally or year round.  Most classes are held in district facilities on weekdays, weekends & evenings.  Our department is particularly seeking instructors with expertise in visual arts, pottery,  fine arts & crafts, technology, exercise & health & wellness,  theater,  music, coding, robotics, and more. 

Qualifications Required:
Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance would be qualifying.

Application deadline:  Until Filled
 
Please complete the online application found at www.isd77.org .
 
This position will be filled on the basis of the experience, competency, and qualifications of the applicant and the needs of the District.  District 77 complies with state and federal fair employment regulations.
 
For more information, contact Melanie Schmidt or Alisa Boswell, Youth & Adult Enrichment Program Coordinators at Mankato Area Public Schools’ Community Education & Recreation Department at  507-387-5501.
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