Whether it has been one year or many years since you were in CCC’s Leadership Development Program, we are so glad that you want to get involved again! There are so many ways that you can meaningfully reconnect with CCC. Our menu of options outlines many different opportunities to give back to CCC, reconnect with old friends, and continue making a difference in the lives of children and families experiencing hardship.
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“CCC taught me how to be a confident leader, advocate for myself and my community, and how to give back. Being able to go to college in a different state and having an urge to contribute to the community is not something every freshman feels, and I was looked up to for choosing to devote my time to the community in need.”
“CCC has given me the skills to become more involved on-campus. I have more confidence to seek leadership opportunities, and I am in a leadership role and my sorority and was recently offered an executive board position at my school’s Hillel!”
“CCC gave me a sense of direction in what volunteering I find most meaningful and beneficial to my own interests. It taught me the value in giving my time and efforts to my direct community. I also built leadership skills that I can apply to many aspects of my life.”
“I was very shy and quiet when entering LDP in 8th grade; I never thought of myself as a leader and wished I had the confidence and skills to stand in front of a group. By the end of high school, I completely transformed as an individual and a leader. LDP allowed me to learn, then teach my peers about homelessness, philanthropy, and fundraising while coordinating events throughout the year. I am so grateful for my time with Creating Connected Communities, as it has allowed me to implement what I learned in college and beyond.”
“My experience volunteering and interning for Creating Connected Communities in high school has certainly impacted my interest in potentially pursuing a career in nonprofit management. It also highlighted to me the many issues facing our community–including homelessness and food insecurity. This experience empowered me to seek out volunteer opportunities [in college] that allow me to make a difference in the community.”