Upcoming Events

  1. Volunteer Orientation

    February 20 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
  2. Volunteer Orientation

    March 7 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
  3. Volunteer Orientation

    March 20 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Group Volunteer Opportunities

Thanks for your interest in bringing your group to volunteer with New American Pathways. Groups are able to volunteer both during the week and the weekends. The majority of volunteer opportunities are offered during the day; we have a few evening opportunities, but not many.

Donation Drives

Our group volunteer opportunities include holding a donation drive, this could be in forms of participating in a clothing drive, Welcome to America, baby essentials and necessities, hygiene kits, and now that summer is coming to an end, a winter wear drive. With the donation drives, those dates are determined by your group’s availability. Groups can pick a drive they want to collect items for and then can come and assemble here in the New AP office.

After-School Participation

We offer one-time and ongoing opportunities for groups to participate in after-school tutoring at one of our partner middle or elementary schools. Participants can create an enrichment activity to implement and share with the students. After-school at the elementary school runs from Monday through Thursday from 2:30PM – 5:30PM and Middle School runs from 4:00PM to 6:00PM

Requirements

All individuals who choose to participate in after-school tutoring  for more than 2 days, or on more than one occasion must undergo a background check to ensure the safety of our clients. Background checks are $50 per person.

Alternative Breaks and Personalized Short- Term Experiences

New American Pathways hosts groups wishing to engage in volunteer service for 2-4 days. We do not provide housing or transportation. We offer catered lunch and/or dinner depending on the experience chosen. This personalized experience can include:

  • Comprehensive refugee resettlement volunteer orientation
  • Experiential learning through direct service in the community
  • Catered lunch from a community restaurant in Clarkston
  • Advocacy training led by the New AP Civic Engagement department
  • Engaging tour of Clarkston
  • Opportunities to engage with refugee children in after-school
  • Guided discussions at a local Non-profit Clarkston Coffee Shop
  • Lunch and learn opportunities with New AP Staff members
  • Suggested questions for reflections activities
  • Impactful documentary viewing of the current refugee crisis
  • Refugee Camp Simulation
  • Refugee’s Journey interactive workshop

View Alternative Break Pricing- Pricing Sheet Alt. Breaks

Other Requirements:  Group Liability Package including Group Photo Release and Media Consent for every participant.  Signed and completed Community Partner Agreement and Pledge Form by the group’s coordinator. Any further questions,comments and concerns please do not hesitate to get into contact with Kidest Adane, communityoutreach@newamericanpathways.org 

An affiliate of Church World Service and Episcopal Migration Ministries
Church World Services Episcopal Migration Ministries
2300 Henderson Mill Rd., NE
Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30345
404.299.6099
United Way Community Partner
In partnership with MARTA
AmeriCorps