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Contact CALL Center
Kelly Matthias C.A.L.L. Center Director Service Learning/Study Abroad matthias@csp.edu (651) 641-8236
Kate Larson C.A.L.L. Center Coordinator Study Abroad klarson@csp.edu (651) 641-8285
Kimberly Newton Student Activities Coordinator Student Leadership knewton@csp.edu (651) 641-8757
1282 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55104-5494 call@csp.edu


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SALT- Somali Adult Literacy Training
SALT stands for Somali Adult Literacy Training. Are you interested in the Somali culture, enjoy teaching English, and have a passion for outreach? SALT works with ArriveMinistries and currently has 25 locations around the Twin Cities. For more information, visit here or call 612.870.7258

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Athletes needed for Minneapolis volunteer opportunity!
InnerCity Tennis is looking for great people to volunteer at its Super Saturday Program.  The InnerCity Tennis Super Saturday Program is an opportunity for families in the Twin Cities to bring their children (ages 3 and up) to develop their athleticism and social and life skills through fast-paced physical activities. Children are grouped by skill level and age.  Younger kids participate in activities to develop agility, balance, coordination and teamwork.  Once these skills have been built and the kids become older, they work in groups to develop tennis skills, from the fundamentals on up. We are seeking volunteers who can help these children develop into team players and, most importantly, to build their confidence.  Volunteers for InnerCity Tennis do not need previous tennis experience.  A large portion of the youth who come to the Super Saturday Program are younger and would need help in the early stages of athletic development. Benefits for our volunteers include:
  • Internship programs to meet varying student requirements
  • Satisfaction of service hour requirements
  • Free court time
  • Free racquet stringing
  • Eligibility for a new racquet raffle
We would like to give you flyers to provide information about our program to anyone who may be interested.  I have attached our volunteer handbook so that you have access to the information immediately.  Upon request, we could bring any number of assembled copies to put on display.  You can also attain additional information by visiting the following web site: http://www.innercitytennis.org For more information call Bao Thao at 612-584-4736 or email bao.thao@innercitytennis.org

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Local Americorps volunteer opportunity
Interested in a year-round or a summer volunteer opportunity? We have 12-month full-time AmeriCorps VISTA positions through our Literacy VISTA program, which engages VISTAs in schools and nonprofits to build the capacity of literacy-focused programs that serve low-income children, youth, adults or families. About 25 positions available throughout Minnesota. Benefits include living allowance, Education Award ($5,775), relocation assistance, healthcare allowance, student loan forbearance, $150 professional development fund, training, and more. Check it out!  Visit MN Literacy website for more info! Contact: Meghan Paul-Cook, mpaulcook@mnliteracy.org, 651-251-9069 MN Literacy


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Uncategorized

Contact CALL Center
Kelly Matthias C.A.L.L. Center Director Service Learning/Study Abroad matthias@csp.edu (651) 641-8236
Kate Larson C.A.L.L. Center Coordinator Study Abroad klarson@csp.edu (651) 641-8285
Kimberly Newton Student Activities Coordinator Student Leadership knewton@csp.edu (651) 641-8757
1282 Concordia Avenue St. Paul, MN 55104-5494 call@csp.edu


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SALT- Somali Adult Literacy Training
SALT stands for Somali Adult Literacy Training. Are you interested in the Somali culture, enjoy teaching English, and have a passion for outreach? SALT works with ArriveMinistries and currently has 25 locations around the Twin Cities. For more information, visit here or call 612.870.7258

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Athletes needed for Minneapolis volunteer opportunity!
InnerCity Tennis is looking for great people to volunteer at its Super Saturday Program.  The InnerCity Tennis Super Saturday Program is an opportunity for families in the Twin Cities to bring their children (ages 3 and up) to develop their athleticism and social and life skills through fast-paced physical activities. Children are grouped by skill level and age.  Younger kids participate in activities to develop agility, balance, coordination and teamwork.  Once these skills have been built and the kids become older, they work in groups to develop tennis skills, from the fundamentals on up. We are seeking volunteers who can help these children develop into team players and, most importantly, to build their confidence.  Volunteers for InnerCity Tennis do not need previous tennis experience.  A large portion of the youth who come to the Super Saturday Program are younger and would need help in the early stages of athletic development. Benefits for our volunteers include:
  • Internship programs to meet varying student requirements
  • Satisfaction of service hour requirements
  • Free court time
  • Free racquet stringing
  • Eligibility for a new racquet raffle
We would like to give you flyers to provide information about our program to anyone who may be interested.  I have attached our volunteer handbook so that you have access to the information immediately.  Upon request, we could bring any number of assembled copies to put on display.  You can also attain additional information by visiting the following web site: http://www.innercitytennis.org For more information call Bao Thao at 612-584-4736 or email bao.thao@innercitytennis.org

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Local Americorps volunteer opportunity
Interested in a year-round or a summer volunteer opportunity? We have 12-month full-time AmeriCorps VISTA positions through our Literacy VISTA program, which engages VISTAs in schools and nonprofits to build the capacity of literacy-focused programs that serve low-income children, youth, adults or families. About 25 positions available throughout Minnesota. Benefits include living allowance, Education Award ($5,775), relocation assistance, healthcare allowance, student loan forbearance, $150 professional development fund, training, and more. Check it out!  Visit MN Literacy website for more info! Contact: Meghan Paul-Cook, mpaulcook@mnliteracy.org, 651-251-9069 MN Literacy


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