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A New Leaf is a certified Service Enterprise organization, welcoming the presence of community partners in its efforts to deliver on its mission of Helping Families, Changing Lives. As integral members of our team, volunteers experience meaningful work while contributing to enhanced services, renewed energy, and increased community awareness through:
- Providing unique skills
- Delivering comprehensive services
- Complementing the work of paid staff
- Championing the challenged and increase support
- Sustaining the passion for our mission
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COMMUNITY PARTNERS & SPECIAL PROJECTS
If you are an employee of a business, a member of a church, or member of a community association, your group can volunteer time to support projects at A New Leaf.
Interns can engage in opportunities for academic credit, service learning, program study, capstone projects, and gaining valuable experience. All types of skills are needed, so don’t hesitate to reach out and see what opportunities are available.
A New Leaf offers opportunities through AmeriCorps VISTA, a national service program where you have the opportunity to serve full time for one-year. Your work will directly assist A New Leaf in helping low-income and poverty-level households. Current opportunities are:
service enterprise initiative
A New Leaf is a Service Enterprise certified organization through the ASU Lodestar Center and AL!VE. We are positioned to engage volunteers in a meaningful way, using their time and talents to the best of their ability to realize a higher programmatic impact. Our volunteers are integral to expanding program operations to achieve our mission.
Mesa Community College Community Partner
This badge is awarded to approved community partners of Mesa Community College that work with the Center for Community & Civic Engagement to place service-learning students and/or support our civic engagement work.
This badge is awarded to MCC approved community partners that:
1. Are an official partner listed in our Agency database and have required documentation on file.
2. Meet one of the following criteria: Have a student successfully complete a service-learning contract at their organization, participate in the VolunteerFest, and/or serve on the Community Engagement Advisory Board.