Documento sin título
Follow us:
 
  Menú desplegable
 
 
Sea Mar CHC - Community, Education and Service Learning
 
Child Development Center
   
The Child Development Center is a bilingual/bicultural center that helps children from infancy to 12 years old in building basic and elementary skills. All volunteers must be adult/child/infant CPR certified and first aid certified. Free training available through Sea Mar or through the Red Cross (for a fee of $70 dollars). Volunteers must have been living in Washington State for at least 3 years and will be required to complete an additional background check.
 
Community and Social Services
   
Sea Mar offers a wide range of community and social service programs for our youth and the elderly that are coordinated out of the South Park offices in Seattle.

Programs include Latino senior nutrition and outreach, Latino information and assistance, home care, citizenship, life skills, weekly radio program, and a boxing club. English- and Spanish-speaking staff are available to provide services.

 
Community HealthCorps
   
The Community HealthCorps program is a national service program in which its participants perform service in communities of need. Community HealthCorps participants at Sea Mar work to enrich the community through a variety of health care related avenues including increasing access to and increasing awareness of Sea Mar’s services.
 
Education, Employment and Youth Services
   
Sea Mar provides education, employment and youth services in partnership with the City of Seattle, Everett Community College and Monroe School District. Services are offered by staff located at Sea Mar’s Cannon House in the Central District of Seattle, and a youth re-engagement program is provided at Everett Community College.

 

 
Latino Advocacy and Leadership Institute
   
The Latino Advocacy and Leadership Institute (LALI) was founded in 2009 by a group of community-minded Latino leaders who sought to provide learning opportunities for future Latino leaders to develop and hone their skills.

 

 
Scholarships
   
Sea Mar provides high school seniors and college students scholarships throughout the year to help offset the cost of higher education.
 
Volunteer Programs
   
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Sea Mar Community Health Centers. We ask volunteers to make, at minimum, a 3 month commitment of 4 hours per week. However, we do offer some positions that are more flexible. Here is a guide to some of the positions that volunteers fill at Sea Mar. This list changes regularly and some positions are more difficult to get into than others. Positions also vary by location. Talk with the volunteer coordinator about current openings and qualifications.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copyright SEA MAR © 2014