Local Outreach

Local Outreach BlackJessup is passionate about reaching our local community both with the Gospel and for the benefit of the people of Rocklin, Roseville and the great Sacramento area. We have on-going partnerships with ministries ranging from children’s aid to helping meet immediate needs of the homeless community and everything in between. You will find all our on-going partnerships listed below, as well as other service opportunities that are made available to the Jessup family.

Serving with any of these listed organizations can count toward Spiritual Life Credit. Please print out a Spiritual Life Credit Form, complete the top portion of the first page and give it to your supervisor or Outreach Assistant to fill out. They will return it to the Womack Student Life Building for you. You may keep the second page as a reference to service requirement and policies. The report will then be looked over by a Campus Ministries Representative and approved if the requirements and regulations are met.

For internship opportunities please check the Jessup Job Board.

 

ON-GOING LOCAL OUTREACH PARTNERSHIPS

Christian Encounter

Monthly trips include attending the Sunday church service and fellowship with the students while enjoying a potluck lunch or games such as Ultimate Frisbee! Come hang out with us from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm!

March 12
April 2

Meet us at 8:00 am at the Sun on any of the above dates or contact Brittany Derby (brittany.derby@jessup.edu) for details!

Glass Slipper

On Saturdays from 9:30 am – 11:30 am we will be helping host various events and spend time with the girls currently in the foster care system. Join us in planning crafts, activities and helping out this valuable organization!

March 18
April 15

Meet us at 9:00 am at the Sun on any of the above dates or contact Hannah Guy (hannah.guy@jessup.edu) for details!

Sayonara City Center

If you enjoy working with the youth, this ministry is perfect for you! We will be going on Mondays from 3:00 – 6:00 pm to build relationships with the kids that come to the center and help them with their homework. After they are done with their homework, we get to spend time with them on the play ground to play basketball or tag.
February 24
March 10
March 24
April 7

Meet us at 2:30 pm at the Sun on any of the above dates or contact Hannah Guy (hannah.guy@jessup.edu) for details!

 

OTHER WAYS TO EARN SPIRITUAL LIFE CREDIT

Church Volunteer Network

Church Volunteer Network exists to share the love of Jesus with the hurt and forgotten. We do this through gospel sharing outreaches in care homes, apartment complexes, and on the streets of Sacramento.On the fourth Saturday of the month, volunteers distribute food and toiletries, wash the feet of the homeless, and provide pedicures and fresh socks to the homeless at a multi-church outreach event on North B Street. This outreach begins at 9:30am and lasts until about noon.

Dates: February 25, March 25, April 22, May 27

Location: 1200 North B Street, Sacramento CA 95811

Contact: Megan McCleary megan@churchvolunteernetwork.org

Foothills Habitat for Humanity

The ReStore is a retail business that sells new and used home improvement, construction materials, appliances, tools and furniture to the general public. The revenue from the ReStore supports the mission of our non-profit organization. We need volunteers to help with sorting, pricing, cleaning, research items and may put items together among other tasks.

Dates: Open all school year, with flexible hours

Location: 8292 Industrial Ave, Roseville, Ca 95678

Contact: Janet Davis (restore@surewest.net) at 916-797-8673

GraceCity Center

GraceCity Center (GCC) exists to REBUILD the City, RESTORE Justice, and RENEW Hope in the Dixieanne Neighborhood, OId North Sacramento, and Del Paso Heights. GCC serves trafficking survivors, urban youth, and inner-city families, 13 to 30 yrs old, through Arts, Counseling, Education, Employment, and Outreach programs. Serving in the resource closet, learning center, after-school program, computer lab, recording studio, counseling department, life-skills classes, creative arts, neighborhood outreach, event planning, fundraising, and more.

Dates: 2nd Saturday of every month

Location: 701 Dixieanne Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95815

Contact: Emily Mazzariello (emily@gracecitycenter.org) at 916-905-7131

One-Eighty Youth Programs

One-Eighty Adventures is our new outdoor experiential education program that started in the spring of 2016. Because of the overwhelming success of our first season, we are seeking to fill 4 unique internship positions. Two male and two female positions are available. One-Eighty Youth programs is a non-profit organization supported entirely by donations and fundraising. One-Eighty interns will be expected to raise $1,800 through personal support-raising efforts. We will provide resources and a plan to help you get this accomplished. The bulk of these raised funds will cover the interns living expenses, and the remaining portion will go directly to the at risk students we serve through provision of scholarships and adventure trip-related costs. As a One-Eighty intern, you can expect to gain valuable, real world experience in both youth ministry and in outdoor experiential education and leadership. While much of the time will be spent on expedition, (adventure trips) preparation and clean-up, you can also expect to work side by side with One-Eighty staff including service projects with inner city missionaries, as well as necessary training programs such as gang intervention training, counseling training, CPR certification etc. as well as assisting with scheduled fund raisers and events.

Dates: May 18, 2017- July 27, 2017

Location: 17 West Lockeford St, Lodi, CA 95920

Contact: Kenny McGregor at kennymcgregor@180lodi.org

Parkside Church

The Parkside Church children’s department is looking for volunteers for our Wednesday night services. The kids’ ages range from infants-5th grade, and the volunteers would be asked to interact with the kids by playing games, helping with crafts, serving snacks, and sitting with the kids during the services. Volunteers may be asked to lead discussion groups based on the Bible story as well.

Date: Wednesday nights, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Location: 3885 Richardson Drive, Auburn, CA 95602

Contact: Katlynn Chamblessm at katlynn@parksideauburn.com

ProHealth Home Care and Hospice

ProHealth Home Care is a locally owned Home Health and Hospice agency focused on providing clinical excellence and compassion, one patient at a time. Over the past decade, ProHealth has brought quality healthcare home for thousands of patients in our community with a keen focus on personalized care. Volunteers can assist by:

-Assist our office team with administrative tasks such as filing, faxing, creating application packets, preparing mailings,
OR
– Visit our terminally ill patients and provide support by offering companionship, reading aloud, singing, watching television or just being present (and more)

Date: Various weekdays, Monday through Friday with flexible hours

Location: Santa Clara County, Alameda County

Contact: Chandra Thomas at chandra@prohealthhomecare.com

Reading Partners

Reading Partners is a literacy nonprofit organization that teams up with elementary schools in under-served communities to provide one-on-one literacy tutoring to struggling student readers. We do this by bringing in community volunteers to work with students twice a week for one hour. Volunteers will be working with the same student, one-on-one, each week and helping them learn to read. We have a structured, easy-to-follow curriculum for volunteers to use with their students.

Dates: Open year round, flexible times

Location: Various elementary schools

Contact: Rachael Valler (rachael.valler@readingpartners.org)

Roseville Home Start

Roseville Home Start successfully transitions homeless children and their families into affordable, sustainable permanent housing and self- sufficiency.Students can work on organizing and sorting our various storage sheds, hold donation drives, or serve days performing small maintenance tasks. After students complete Volunteer Training (held quarterly), they can work in the Learning Center as a tutor (from 3-5 Monday through Thursday), teach skills-based classes, or host events on site (pancake breakfasts, game days, etc.).

Dates: Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30

Location: 410 Riverside Ave Roseville, CA 95678

Contact: Alyssa Harrison (aharrison@rosevillehomestart.org)

Run Rocklin - Matt Redding Foundation

On Sunday, April 2nd the annual Run Rocklin 5k and Marathon will take place. The Matthew Redding Foundation is an annual partner with the university supplying thousands of dollars in scholarships annually. Your volunteerism would support a local foundation who supports Jessup students. Run Rocklin needs 8-12 volunteers to man a water station on the route from the hours of 7am to 11AM. Simply handing out water to the participants with Jessup t-shirts on.

Dates: April 2, 2017 from 7 am to 11 am

Location: Johnson Springview Park 5480 5th St., Rocklin, CA 95677

Contact: David Pineschi at dpineschi@jessup.edu

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army serves the community by helping those in need. Mondays and Wednesdays we host local elementary and middle school students for our after-school tutoring program so volunteers would help tutor. Thursdays we hold our Bible-based youth program. Fridays we host a community lunch and Saturdays a breakfast. We also could use assistance in our food pantry from 10 am-3 pm every M-TH. Any volunteers who work with youth would need to fill out forms ahead of time.

Dates: Mondays: 1:30 pm-4 pm Tuesday: 10 am-3 pm Wednesday: 2:30 pm-5 pm Thursday: 4:30 pm-6 pm Friday: 10 am-2 pm Saturday: 8 am-11 am

Location: 100 Lincoln Street, Roseville 95678

Contact: Nicholas Cross (nicholas.cross@usw.salvationarmy.org) at 916-865-6259

Sound Reasoning Ministries

Sound Reasoning Ministries host an annual Christian student workshop called Apologetics Boot Camp every April. The Apologetics Boot Camp is a one day, three hour workshop from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. The goal of the boot camp is to teach Christian students how to stand up for their faith while on school campus. Students (Grades 6th-College) are given a unique opportunity to argue for God through cosmology, astrology, biology, as well as Biblical archaeology. They learn how to reconcile their faith with some of the scientific facts obtained from their classroom. We are in need of College students to help with inviting other Christian students to the boot camp. This will be done by doing the following:
1. Contacting Christian clubs and organizations to invite them to the boot camp.
2. Contact Christian schools and invite them to the boot camp.
3. Help with providing information to students on the day of the event (April 8, 2017).
4. Help with set up and take down of signs on the day of the event.
5. We also welcome inputs and suggestions on how to make the boot camp better.

Date: April 8, 2017 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Location: 8939 East Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove, CA 95624

Contact: Perseus Poku (ppoku@srministries.org) at 916-524-2853

A Touch of Understanding

A Touch of Understanding is primarily a disability awareness program. We teach students and adults about disabilities while building empathy and respect for all in a fun positive interactive workshop. Our volunteers and interns are primarily supporting team leaders in presentation of disability awareness program. Other possible help may be needed to assist with public relations, fundraising, and community events or with ATOU Youth F.O.R.C.E., group of younger volunteers dedicated to their motto, Friends Offering Respect, Creating Empowerment.

Dates: Ongoing throughout the school year with flexible volunteer hours.

Location: Our main office is located in Granite Bay but our workshops are at a different location or school site each time.

Contact: Jeneane Stover (Jstover@TouchofUnderstanding.org) at 916-791-4146

Young Life Greater Roseville/Antelope

Young Life introduces adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith. We accomplish our mission by praying for young people. Going where kids are. Building personal relationships with them. Winning the right to be heard. Doing weekly clubs and bible studies. Volunteers would be leading weekly clubs, bible studies, and going to the schools to meet kids and cheer them on.

Dates: Ongoing throughout the school year from 6- 9 pm.

Location: Local High Schools and Kids’ Homes

Contact: Alyson McCann