One of the main opportunities for college students across the state of North Carolina to get involved with Juntos is through the Juntos Summer Academy. The Academy is a week long event at North Carolina State University where Latino High School youth participate in special university classes, college student panels, STEM activities, and leadership training. The Juntos Academy gives students the college experience for a week as they stay in college dorms, connect with college-age Team Captains, and learn what they need to do to get to and have success in college.
For more information on the Summer Academy, please visit the Juntos Academy page.
There are many ways to volunteer to help with the program. Options include volunteering in committees or volunteer in for general events. To volunteer with the Juntos Program please feel free to reach out to Andrew at (919) 762-2794 by text or phone.
Our Volunteer committees include:
EVENTS COMMITTEE: Want to help plan upcoming Juntos Events? Some event planning needed for annual soccer tournament, Copa Unidos in the spring, help with the Juntos Summer Academy, and NCSU Family Day in the Fall.
MENTORING COMMITTEE: Juntos provides a mentoring program for three different counties across North Carolina: Sampson County, Wayne County, and Yadkin county. Mentoring is provided for Latino high school students in 11th and 12th grade in order to promote higher education in graduating students.
FAMILY ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE: Responsibilities for this committee would include helping out staff with Juntos Family Nights, Translation and Editing of Family Related Documents, and interacting with Juntos families and youth.
EVALUATION TEAM: Responsibilities for this committee would include helping research how Juntos helps youth and families, helping with data collection, data analysis, and other miscellaneous evaluation related tasks.