Together we can create more difference in the world!
Great news, IPC has just gained more Green Team Mentors for the year! We are super excited and encourage more volunteers to sign up, the help is always much appreciated and goes a long way!
Why volunteer at IPC?
Volunteer service is always a mindful way to lend a helping hand toward one another. As we always say, together we can create more difference in the world. There are so many ways to get involved as a volunteer with IPC; from mentorship-programs, to policy-advocates, to species-experts -- we have a home for every volunteer. Just imagine what we could do if we all came together!
Volunteer mentors and expectations:
Volunteer mentors are experienced green team members who act as coaches for newly formed green teams; any forming green team can request a mentor! Reach out to your IPC regional coordinator to learn more. Mentors will support green teams by directing them to useful resources, sharing best practices, and assisting them in planning their projects. Serving one year terms, our mentors help coach green teams through those tough first twelve months after attending Faithful Green Leader Training.
What does the volunteer mentorship program consist of?
The volunteer mentorship program supports emerging green teams by pairing them with experienced green team leaders to be their mentors.
The main goals of the program are to:
- Increase the capacity of green teams to contribute to the movement.
- Allow us to reach more communities.
- Foster greater collaboration among different congregations. In essence, these mentors will step in for IPC staff in helping green teams find useful resources, plan projects, and brainstorm ideas. (Lets not re-invent the wheel!)
To volunteer with IPC, please complete our General Volunteer Signup Form here. The first few questions help us get to know who you are, and the rest pertain to your interests.
"Volunteering is at the very core of being a human. No one has made it through life without someone else’s help." ~ Heather French Henry
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