children at Marshall and Edison elementary schools as part of a free
after-school child care program. The project is a collaborative
effort of service organizations that includes: American Red Cross,
YMCA and YWCA, Catholic Charities, Glen Roberts Child Study Center,
Glendale Homeless Coalition (Project Achieve), Glendale Adventist
Medical Center, Glendale Unified School District, Glendale Memorial
Hospital, and Glendale Police Department.
Edison and Marshall Elementary School sites are open from 2:30 to
5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Other sites' hours vary. Potential
volunteers must complete several processes, including TB testing,
finger printing and orientation classes, before being placed at a
school site, all paid for by Project Y.E.S.
Glendale Unified School District is looking for volunteers for the
After-school Learning and Safe Neighborhood Program (ASL) to help
with tutoring and after school enrichment programs. These programs
are located at Marshall, Columbus, Balboa, Jefferson, and Wilson
CONTACT: Toni Quattlebaum, Project Y.E.S. or Humi Sugara, ASL.
Coordinator, 241-3111, ext. 308; 223 N. Jackson St., Glendale, CA
91206-4380. Send an e-mail to tquattlebaum@glendale. k12.ca.us.
Volunteers are needed to teach English as a second language. The
crisis hot line has openings for those willing to answer phones, once
they have been trained in crisis counseling. Office volunteers
provide assistance with computers and mass mailings. Retail store
volunteers assist in sales and customer service. Volunteers are also
needed to assist in recreational activities, Armenian and Spanish
translation, data entry, working with battered women and their
children, and with outreach programs. For more information, call
The Domestic Violence Project of the Glendale YWCA is seeking
volunteers of all ethnic backgrounds to work with battered women.
Domestic Violence training will be offered. For more information,
call Sara or Joan at 242-4155, ext. 225.
JEWISH BIG BROTHERS