Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Volunteers Needed

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AYA Educational Institute needs some Grand Ma's and Grand Pa's hands to support our innovative national African-centered educational initiatives for youth and adults. (www.ayaed.com)
Not a grandparent, we NEED your help too!!!
We need volunteers for 1.5 - 3.0 three hours per week to interact with our students and parents. You'll be working with AYA faculty and staff, so in many cases you can learn with the students. You don't have to be an expert. Most times they just need a caring and guiding hand and someone who believes in them and their potential.
Various times are available: school day, afternoons, evenings and even weekends. You can volunteer from your home, office, dorm room, etc. You can communicate with our students and parents online via our unique platform with just your computer, tablet, phone and an internet connection.
If you're in the ATL area and want to get out of your house, we can use your support at our Decatur academic cluster site.
Attend our AYA Volunteer open house to learn more. See below.
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Please Afiya Madzimoyo @
afiyao@gmail.com or
call: 404.832.9958
You can also attend our Volunteer Open House this Sunday. Aug. 21st 7pm Easternhttps://www.uberconference.com/wekesa
Conference phone number: 404.890.5053 (no pin needed)
Please pass this notice on to other people and organizations who can help us.
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Projects:
*"My Family Lore" (Gathering, reflecting, analyzing written and oral family literature)
*Writing with Power (High school students write, present and defend papers to the Black community around the country)
*Africa Codes (Computer programming support)
*Material Science (Khemistry support)
*Sankofa Math (Going back to fetch... what they've missed)
*Form Follows Function (Afrikan Architecture)
*AYA Student News Paper
*Araminta WHB Storytellin' Youth Corp
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Thank you for considering volunteering with AYA. Want to know more, please attend our
Volunteer Open House this Sunday. Aug. 21st 7pm Easternhttps://www.uberconference.com/wekesa
Conference phone number: 404.890.5053 (no pin needed)
Our programs extend way beyond our students. We've created AYA as a safe place to create teaching approaches and courses that will lift our youth and our people. We refine them, and share them broadly.
Please see how you can help us, and also pass this notice on to other people and organizations who can help us.
Let the Circle Be Unbroken.
Sincerely,
Wekesa O. Madzimoyo
404.201.2356