How will you jump to action?
Fulfilling our mission requires the contribution of diverse skills and talents from our friends in the community. There are many opportunities to serve at the Crossing and impact our students’ lives.
Preparing snacks and food for meals during the day to help the students stay well fed and focused.
Tutor struggling students during or after school.
Assist with cleaning and maintaining campus buildings.
Transport students to or from school or school events.
Our students often feel disconnected from others or lack positive examples of how to live their lives.
They crave positive, stable mentors to listen to them without judgement, love them unconditionally, and help them rise to the challenges they face.
We need your help building confidence, connection, character and faith in our students.
You can act as either a Life Mentor a Spiritual Mentor or both. .
A life mentor meets regularly with a student to discuss life, and acts as a positive role model for the student. As a life mentor, you can spend time with your student by involving the student in both formal outings and your routine daily life.
A spiritual mentor works with students who have decided to give their life to Christ by demonstrating a Christian lifestyle. As a Spiritual Mentor you will:
Fulfilling our mission requires the contribution of diverse skills and talents from our friends in the community. Each campus seeks a Community Action Team (CAT) of local volunteers to secure the time, talent and treasure required for the campus to operate at an optimal level. CAT members lead the following committees:
Hospitality | Development | Job Training
It takes the entire community to raise and care for our youth. A CAT member leads a committee of five or more volunteers to assist with recruiting mentors, serving food, maintaining the building, and organizing social and fellowship events for our students.
Each campus needs facilities and resources to serve its students. A CAT member leads a committee of five or more volunteers to develop resources supporting the campus, including fundraising, event planning, connecting us with community leaders, and sharing our mission locally.
Job Training is one of our primary focuses. A CAT member leads a committee of five or more volunteers to provide support for our micro businesses and help us connect with local businesses to develop work teams and internship placements.