Angles Volunteer Application
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Angles! Volunteers are critical for supporting our work.

Please read the below information about our organization and programs, and then complete the following application. Staff will be in touch with you once we receive your application. We look forward to speaking more with you!

About Angles
Angles is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Northfield, IL. Our mission is to inform and empower young people by providing healthcare, education, and support relating to their sexuality. Our programs include health education for grades 5-12 (mostly sex ed) and a variety of programs for LGBTQ+ teens.
Volunteering at Angles
Volunteers are the heart of what we do at Angles. We work with volunteers in every program, and also have a volunteer Board of Directors. Specific volunteer opportunities are described below. If you have additional questions, please reach out to Lizzy Appleby, Youth Program Manager, at 847.441.6191 x3 or Lizzy@angles.org. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Angles!
Health Education Program Volunteers
Volunteers are needed to facilitate health education workshops for youth in schools, churches, and other community organizations. Topics include puberty and human reproduction, stress management, substance abuse awareness and prevention, building healthy relationships, and programs aimed at preventing unplanned pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and sexual assault. Training is provided and required for all volunteers, and volunteers often participate in curriculum development.

Hours: Flexible, but requires availability during school hours
Requirements: Prior experience teaching or facilitating groups helpful. Must have a genuine interest in working with youth.

Pride Youth Program Volunteers
Volunteers are needed to serve as mentors and program facilitators for LGBTQ+ teens. Programs include leadership development, service, and social activities at several locations including Northfield, Glenview, and Gurnee. Annual training is provided and required.

Hours: Variable depending on the program and location, but typically programs run Tuesday – Thursday evenings and/or some weekends.
Requirements: Must have knowledge of and experience with the LGBTQ+ community and a genuine interest in working with youth.

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