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Volunteering with Sisterhood Agenda is a great opportunity to do community service, mentor girls, and join our Sisterhood Agenda team.
As a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) agency, we rely on your generosity–your time and donations keep us going! Volunteering with Sisterhood Agenda is:
Are you ready to get out and do more? Maybe you prefer to work remotely from home. We have many options for you to be a part of Sisterhood Agenda’s mission to educate, support, and empower women and girls. Currently, we have the following volunteer opportunities available:
Sister Soul Circle
We need volunteers to help with planning, coordination, media and public relations, and on-site sister circle activities. For this event, “on-site” means on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands ♥. This is a unique event in a magical location. Therefore, travel is required if you are not a resident of St. John and you would like to help with on-site event activities.
Even if you can’t come in person, you can still help!
It will be helpful if you have previous experience working with women.
More information about this event can be found HERE.
A Journey Toward Womanhood
Calling all volunteers to mentor the girls in our award-winning A Journey Toward Womanhood program for girls! Sisterhood Agenda offers this program online, but also in Baltimore County and in the Virgin Islands.
Previous experience working with youth is preferred.
We especially encourage college students and recent graduates to give back through sisterhood service: each one, teach one.
A background check is required for volunteers who participate in our in-person A Journey Toward Womanhood programs.
All Sisterhood Agenda volunteer experiences are eligible for community service credit.
CONTACT US with a statement of interest to apply for the most current Sisterhood Agenda volunteer opportunities.
This page was last updated on March 22, 2022.
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