Mentoring Alliance exists to mobilize godly people into the lives of kids and families, to provide tangible help and eternal hope. Our staff and volunteers must have the desire to influence, impact and serve the kids and families in our community. Why? Because each and every staff and volunteer position at Mentoring Alliance is an integral part of our mission and vision. We consider all positions, both staff and volunteer, at Mentoring Alliance to be first and foremost a Minister of the Gospel.

Overview

The Crew Volunteer Program is our volunteer program for high school students (completed 7th grade through completed 11th grade). This program enables high school students to be involved in the community in a camp setting. The purpose of the Crew Volunteer Program is to give students the opportunity to tangibly serve and lead in the community while learning and growing in who they are in Christ and as a future leader. This program also provides an opportunity for students to complete community service hours for school as well as a great experience for students to include in their college resumes and applications.

Our hope is that high school students will be able to step out of the classroom and their church youth groups to act on the things that they've learned in a service-oriented capacity.

In 2021, the Crew Volunteer Program will offer 10 sessions (A-J). Crew Volunteer students will serve from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm each day of their session(s). The sessions and dates are as follows:

2021 Sessions & Dates:

  • Session A: May 31st-June 4th
  • Session B: June 7th-11th
  • Session C: June 14th-18th
  • Session D: June 21st-25th
  • Session E: June 28th - July 2nd
  • Session F: July 5th-9th
  • Session G: July 12th-16th
  • Session H: July 19th-23rd
  • Session I: July 26th-30th
  • Session J: August 2nd-6th

If you are in high school and are interested in volunteering for our Crew Volunteer program, please fill out the form below! We will reach back out to you with details and where our needs are for the program. If you have any questions, please email our Camp Director, Matthew Honeycutt.

Please read each paragraph below.

I certify that I have not purposely withheld any information that might adversely affect my chances of volunteering with Mentoring Alliance (MA). I attest to the fact that the answers given by me are true & correct to the best of my knowledge and ability. I understand that any omission (including any misstatement) of material fact on this application or on any document used to secure can be grounds for rejection of the application or, if I am selected to volunteer by this MA, terms for my immediate expulsion from Mentoring Alliance.

I understand that if I am chosen to volunteer, my volunteering is at will and that Mentoring Alliance expressly reserves the right to terminate the volunteer relationship at any time, for any lawful reason whatsoever, with or without cause and with or without notice.

I permit MA to examine my references, record of employment, education record, and any other information I have provided. I authorize the references I have listed to disclose any information related to my work record and my professional experiences with them, without giving me prior notice of such disclosure. In addition, I release MA, my former employers & all other persons, corporations, partnerships & associations from any & all claims, demands, or liabilities arising out of or in any way related to such examination or revelation.

By applying for this volunteer position, you are indicating that you agree with and have read the paragraphs above. By applying for this volunteer position, you also attest that all of the information you will give in this application is true and correct.