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AMIkids Crossroads

County: Charlotte
Categories Special Needs
Details: AMIkids Crossroads is a non-profit, residential placement for adjudicated teen-aged boys.  We have 35 (14-18 year old) boys who are sent to us by the court for rehabilitation.  We provide Education, Mental Health, Behavior Modification, vocational instruction and physical health to our kids over their stay with us.  The average length of stay for Crossroads students is 6 months.
Job Description: We are seeking volunteers and interns to work in all aspects of our campus.  We work with the volunteer''s individual interests and talents to place them where they will be most affective and happy.  We have volunteers who work in the Education building tutoring, with Case Management communicating to courts, familes, and probation officers, and in our vocational areas: kitchen, wood shop, auto shop, agricultural sciences, animal husbandry.
Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekdays evenings, Weekends daytime
Primary Contact: John Davidson
45991 Bermont Road
Punta Gorda, Fl 33982
Fax: 941.575.5792
Phone: 941.575.5790
Alt Phone: 941.628.2741
Secondary Contact: Tina Clevinger
Phone: 941.575.5790
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered: We will provide our volunteers meals while they are here, and a uniform shirt.  We have 55 schools in 8 states and over 1000 volunteer board members that are affluent and influential in their communites.  As an organization we are always looking for talent, and for those going on to other careers, our job references can make an enormous difference.

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