Program Support for "Dad's Corps" Military Families Program



Start Date


End Date


Times of day

Weekday Evenings

Time Commitment

A few hours per week


Short-Term (few weeks/months)


Hancock Elementary School
3303 Taussig Street
San Diego
United States


We are looking for a volunteer to provide program support to the Dads Corps Military Families program. Responsibilities would include:

  • Providing communication to clients/community on upcoming Dads Corps activities
  • Data entry logging survey data
  • Supporting preparation and logistics of day-long events
  • Supporting outreach opportunities to further the reach of this program
  • Supporting childcare supervision (Helping with homework and other activities), if needed
  • Maintaining a clean and organized environment

What will the volunteer take away from this experience:

  • Involvement in the strengthening of neighborhoods and communities
  • Understanding of the military community
  • Participation in meaningful work resulting in a sense of accomplishment
  • Development of an appreciation for teamwork and shared goals
  • Non-clinical case management and community engagement skills
  • Improvement of personal life and the lives of others in practical and long-lasting ways

Note: Will be invited to attend our annual Volunteer Recognition Lunch in June.


  • 18 years of age or older
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • TB test, drug screen and background check (paid by SAY San Diego)

Preferred Experience and Skills

  • Work with military community
  • Education in child development, psychology, sociology, social work or related field is a plus
  • Ability to demonstrate patience and flexibility
  • Organizational skills

Program Description:

Dads Corps provides opportunities for active duty and veteran fathers to learn to thrive as parents, partners, and providers through peer-to-peer discussion around topics like communication, discipline, child development, co-parenting, the father’s role, showing and handling feelings, dad’s work, what it means to be a man, among other. More information about Dad’s Corps can be found at


Training Provided

How To Apply

If you are interested in learning more about this volunteer opportunity, please contact us at