2008-2009 Circle of Sisters volunteers

Volunteer Opportunities

Become a Circle Mentor…

Your primary role as circle mentor is to help the facilitator in leading a Circle of Sisters group of 10-15 girls. You will be supporting the facilitator by leading activities, planning the agenda, and having fun while engaging with the girls-all in conjunction with the curriculum. 

More detailed information about becoming a Circle Mentor here . . .

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Become a Circle Leader…

Your primary role as circle leader is to lead a Circle of Sisters group of 10-15 girls with another circle leader. You will be co-leading activities, using a provided Circle Leader Curriculum while having fun and engaging with the girls. This position is aimed at being a more independent way of volunteering. Curriculum and trainings will be given to you prior to beginning the role of Circle Leader.

More detailed information about becoming a Circle Leader here . . .

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Other Ways to Get Involved…

  • Guest Presenter:
    Can’t commit regularly, but still want to give your time to Circle of Sisters? Become a guest presenter! If you have a special area of expertise, we’d love for you to share it with our girls.

  • Chaperone:
    We offer field trips to the girls in our program, and always need chaperones. Past field trips have been to Shiloh Ranch Park, Power of Know conference on SSU’s campus, Villa Capri Senior Living, and many more places! We like to keep the costs in our program to a minimum, so we look to our great volunteers with helping us make these field trips happen!

  • Office Help:
    We are always looking for detail oriented volunteers to help us out with office duties. Some areas where we look for office help are our newsletter, website, and data entry. We have plenty of work that you can help with to create an administrative internship if you are interested!

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If there are any other ways that you would like to get involved with Circle of Sisters, let us know! We are always looking for talents, and new perspectives to share with the girls!


Please contact our office for more information at 707-525-5311 or joann.sotres@stjoe.org