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Christian Service Program

***To arrange your CSP hours at one of these sites, FIRST contact Randy Whetstone 502.776.1443 ext. 179, 

rwhetstone@simmonscollegeky.edu or Admin. Assistant: Akhilah Cherry - akhilah.cherry@simmonscollegeky.edu

Athletic OrganizationSupervisor
Central High School
1130 West Chestnut Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Doug Bibby, Marvin Dantzler
Phone: 502.485.8226
Email: doug.bibby@jefferson.kyschools.us
Email: marvin.dantzler@jefferson.kyschools.us
Band OrganizationSupervisor
Simmons College of Kentucky
1018 South 7th Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Julian Sam
Phone: 502.776.1443, Ext: 131
Email: jsam@simmonscollegeky.edu
Central High School
1130 West Chestnut Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Thomas Cheatham
Phone: 502.485.8226
Email: Thomas.cheatham@jefferson.kyschools.us
Iroquois High School
4615 Taylor Blvd
Louisville, KY 40215
Linda Pulley
Phone: 502.485.8269
Email: linda.pulley@jefferson.kyschools.us
Shawnee High School
The Academy@Shawnee
4001 Herman St.
Louisville, KY 40212
David Kahl
Phone: 502.485.8326
Email: David.kahl@jefferson.kyschools.us
Church OrganizationSupervisor
28th Street Baptist Church
418 South 18th Street
Louisville, KY 40212
Rev. Thomas W. Harris, Jr.
Phone: 502.778.7433
Interdenominational Ministerial Coalition
Hope Memorial United Methodist Church
1807 West Oak Street
Louisville, KY 40211
Rev. Kathy Olgletree Goodwin
Phone: 502.587.0437
New Covenant Church
1190 South 40th Street
Louisville, KY 40216
Robert C. Drake Sr.
Phone: 502.774.2222, 502.310.3200
More Than Conquerors Christian Church
4600 Cane Run Road
Louisville, KY 40211
Rev. William Blackford, IV
Phone: 502.447.1697
St. Stephens Baptist Church
1018 South 15th Street
Louisville, KY 40210
Michelle High & Pat Taylor
Phone: 502.583.6798
Southern Star Baptist Church
2308 Algonquin Parkway
Louisville, KY 40210
Rev. Charles King
Phone: 502.775.8198
St. George Scholar Institute
1600 West St. Catherine Street
Louisville, KY 40210
Alice Cox
Phone: 502.907.0670
E: acox@stgeorgesky.org
Spirited Women’s Ministries
911 South Brook Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Jocelyn Thomas
P: 502.851.3256
E: jocelyns.thomas55@gmail.com
Youth for Christ
4102 Market Street
Louisville, KY 40212
Gregg McMullen
Phone: 502.635.7607
E: office@yfclouisville.com
Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
714 South Shelby Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Rev. Lennel F. McDaniel
Phone: 502.262.2388
Education/Academy OrganizationSupervisor
Byck Elementary School
2328 Cedar Street
Louisville, KY 40212
Angela Martin
Phone: 502.485.8221
E: angela.martin@jefferson.kyschools.us

Cohort Ages 6-10
Central High School
1130 West Chestnut Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Raymond Green
Phone: 502.485.8226
E: Raymond.green@jefferson.kyschools.us

Cohort Ages 14 - 17
Iroquois High School
4615 Taylor Blvd
Louisville, KY 40215
Clay Holbrook
P: 502.485.8269
E: Herbert.holbrook@jefferson.kyschools.us

Cohort Ages 14 - 17
KUUMBA Youth Liberation Academy
1228 E Breckinridge Street Unit #9
Louisville, KY 40204
Lailah Hampton
P: 502.614.9517
E: kuumbayouth@gmail.com

About:
A Leader in Parent Led Home-Based Education with a vision to: Reprogram, Rebuild, and Restore.
Cohort Ages 10 - 17
Youth Build
800 South Preston Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Clanisha Coleman
P: 502.365.7159
E: simmonschick92@gmail.com

Cohort Ages 10 - 17

About:
At YouthBuild programs in the United States and across the globe, low-income young people learn construction skills to help build affordable housing and other community assets such as community centers and schools
The West Louisville Chess Club
Louisville Urban League
1535 W Broadway
Louisville, KY 40203
Corbin Seavers
P: 502.365.6369
Assist with:
-Setting up Chess boards
-Helping younger students with the game
-Community Events
Cohort ages: Elementary, Middle and High
About: Founded in May 2016, the West Louisville Chess Club continues building an active, enthusiastic chess program.

Our mission is the intellectual empowerment
and character development of Louisville youth
through the sport of team chess
Non-Profit OrganizationsSupervisors
Louisville Zoo
1100 Trevilian Way
Louisville, KY 40213
Dianne Taylor

Phone: 502.238.5350
Email: Mary.taylor@louisvilleky.gov

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
Job Description: Volunteers have no hands on contact with animals. Volunteers assist with cleaning stalls, windows, floors, scooping poop, etc.

Lifting – 15-20 pounds

Uniform: Must purchase a volunteer t-shirt $8

TB Test: Must provide an updated TB test

Schedule:

No weekend days available. A few weekdays available for fall/winter/spring

Time – depending on placement:

7:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.; 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. or 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (no afternoon hours)
Actors Theatre of Louisville
316 W. Main St,
Louisville, KY 40202
Allison Hammons
Director of Volunteer & Audience Relations
Phone: 502.584.1265 Ext. 3072
Email: ahammons@actorstheatre.org
Kentucky Science Center
727 W. Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Supervisor: Jenna Spear
Phone: 502.561.6100 Ext. 6
Web:
Theater Host
Duties may include taking tickets, seating guests, sweeping, collecting 3D glasses, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Friday from 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Lobby Host
Act as a host and concierge for Kentucky Science Center. Duties may include answering questions about the Science Center and the city.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Thursday from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Friday – Saturday from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Lunchroom Host
Act as a host for the Kentucky Science Center Lunchroom. Duties may include managing groups in and out of the lunchroom on a schedule, light cleaning, answering questions about Kentucky Science Center, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Friday from 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Facilitator: Exhibit Halls
Enrich the museum experience for visitors through dialogue, exhibit instruction, and small demonstrations. Duties may include interacting with guests, answering basic exhibit questions, working with KSC staff to ensure exhibits are working properly and that consumable materials are stocked, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Thursday from 9a-5p; Fri-Sat 9a– 9p. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Facilitator: Workshop Programs
Present, or assist in presenting, hands-on learning experiences in the form of School’s Out Science Camps or Science Center Birthday Parties. Duties may include setting up or taking down activity and demo stations, assisting with activities, answering questions, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Birthday Parties take place on weekends between the hours of 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM. School’s Out Science Camps take place weekdays during JCPS school breaks, including ten weeks of summer camps. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months and new volunteer orientation.
Adults: Behind-the-Scenes
Department Assistant
Department Assistants provide invaluable support to Science Center administration based on interest and experience. Duties may include data entry, data research, organization, etc. Positions are available in the following departments: Development; Marketing; Membership; Visitor Experience; Visitor Services; Business Operations.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Friday, from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation
Facilitator: Early Childhood
Enrich the museum experience for our youngest visitors and their families through dialogue, positive behavior modeling, and small demonstrations. Duties may include engaging with guests, answering visitor questions, light cleaning, and restocking small loose parts and consumable materials, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Thursday from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Friday – Saturday from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Facilitator: Classes and Labs
Present, or assist in presenting, hands-on learning experiences for up to 30 students at one time. Duties may include setting up or taking down activity and demo stations, assisting students with activities, answering student questions, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Monday – Friday from 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Facilitator: Offsite Programs
Present, or assist in presenting, hands-on learning experiences for students and families in and around Jefferson County. Duties may include setting up or taking down activity and demo stations, assisting with activities, answering questions, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Variable. We will be able to provide at least 2 weeks’ notice for Offsite programs. Minimum service commitment of at least eight hours per month for six months and new volunteer orientation.
Community Marketing Intern
Support the Science Center’s Marketing Department through community outreach. Duties may include handing out fliers, working with local businesses, and being an ambassador at public events, and coordinating Street Team activities.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Variable. Minimum service commitment of at least six months, 2 or more service hours per event, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Street Team
Support the Science Center’s Marketing Department through community outreach. Duties may include handing out fliers, working with local businesses, and being an ambassador at public events, etc.

Requirements: Age and experience requirements apply. Available shift hours: Variable weekends preferred. Minimum service commitment of at least six months, 2 or more service hours per event, in addition to a new volunteer orientation.
Healthcare OrganizationsSupervisor
Jewish Health Care
200 Abraham Flexner Way
Louisville, KY 40202
Tamera
Phone: 502.560.8349
Norton Hospital
200 E Chestnut
Louisville, KY 40202
Rita Ross/ Brenda Obrien
P: 502.893.1229/ 502.629.6122
E: Brenda.obrien@nortonhealthcare.org
Police DepartmentSupervisor
LMPD 4th District
1240 South 4th Street
Louisville, KY 40208
Jessica Keene
Phone: 502.574.7010

Jobs/Tasks:
Ride-Along - A ride-along is an arrangement for a civilian to spend a shift in the passenger seat of an emergency vehicle, observing the workday of a police officer, firefighter, or paramedic.
LMPD Community Service Department
633 West Jefferson Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Major Andrea Brown,
Dawn Williams - Administrative Assistant
Email: andrea.brown@louisvilleky.edu
Phone: 502.574.7565

Jobs/Tasks:
Volunteers can sign up for the Citizens Police Academy, where you can do “Ride-Alongs” with the officers, learn about and assist with various events going on throughout the city.

To register for the Citizens Police Academy, go to the Louisville Metro Website and choose which one you wish to enroll in: http://www.louisville-police.org/296/Citizens-Police-Academy/

Citizens Police Academy meets on Tuesday Nights for 3 hours, quarterly.
Service/ Community OrganizationSupervisor
California Community Center
1600 West St. Catherine Street
Louisville, KY
Debra Eades
P: 502.634.3957
E: Debra.eades@twc.com
California Square
Address: 1600 Garland Ave
Louisville, KY 40210
Becky Peak
Phone: 502.589.6313
E: bpeak@nationalchurchresidences.org

Jobs/Tasks for California Square:
• Training on phones/tablets
• Electronic couponing
• Delivery of Senior Commodity food boxes (3rd Monday of each month)
• Set up food from Dare to Care
• Providing wheelchair-accessible transportation to Kroger, L&N boiling, LG&E, SSA office, bank, Elder Serve Sr. Center, Outlet Mall
• Provide Music
• Support/collect items for annual Treasure Hunt
• Bingo
• Collect Hygiene items, cleaning supplies
One West
2028 West Broadway
Louisville, KY 40203
Evon J. Smith
P: 502.907.5147/502.600.0267
E: esmith@onewest.org
Seeds of Change: Environmental Club
Simmons College of Kentucky
1018 South 7th Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Kelsey Goff
P: 502.296.8776
E: sckyseedsofchange@yahoo.com
Spirited Women’s Ministries
911 South Brook Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Jocelyn Thomas
P: 502.851.3256
E: jocelyns.thomas55@gmail.com
ElderServe Senior Center
215 W. Breckinridge St.
Louisville, KY 40203

Or

631 S. 28th Street
Louisville, KY 40211
Sarah Irvin
Phone: Direct - 502.736.3847
Phone - 502.587.8673 ext. 2247
Email: sirvin@elderserveinc.org

www.elderserveinc.org
www.facebook.com/elderserve
Twitter @ElderServeInc

Job/Tasks for ElderServe:
ElderServe is a nonprofit in Louisville dedicated to serving the seniors in our community. Most of our programs are offered to them free of charge, including Care Management, Crime Victim Services, Health & Wellness, and Social Engagement. A few of our programs are volunteer driven and those include:


• Active Choices: This is a 1 on 1 exercise coaching program. Volunteers are paired with a participant and make regular follow-up phone calls (1-2 times per month) to offer encouragement and support as they work to be more active.
• Friendly Visitor: Volunteers are paired with their participant based on similar interests. Volunteers are asked to visit with their participant at least 2 times per month. Examples of activities include playing games, going for a walk, visiting museums, going out to lunch, etc.
• TeleCare: Volunteers call home-bound older adults at least once a week. Calls can be made from work or home. This is a way to provide regular means on contact, which promotes social engagement and personal connection.
Simmons ServiceSupervisor/Contact
BusinessDr. Wayne Meaux
Ext: 181
CommunicationsDr. Ritta Abell
Ext: 180
General Studies/ SociologyDr. Nancy Seay
Ext: 166
MusicDr. Kevin Davenport
Ext: 131
Religious Studies Dr. Chris Caldwell
Ext: 164
Student Learning CenterTechnology
Brendon Wilson
Ext: 124

Writing
Randy Whetstone Jr.
Ext: 179
Christian Service ProgramRandy Whetstone Jr.
Ext: 179
ProvostDr. Barbara Young
Ext: 204
A&LDr. Frank Smith
Ext:116
Effectiveness, Advancement & PlanningDr. Ken Jobst
Ext: 129
Academic AffairsDr. Chris Caldwell
Ext: 169
Student AffairsDr. Christine Cosby-Gaither
Ext: 127
AthleticsJerry Eaves
Ext: 203
BandJulian Sams
Ext: 131
LibraryAndrew Chalk
Ext: 117
MediaRico Ransom
E: ricoransom@yahoo.com
NewsletterDr. Ritta Abell
Ext: 180