Can you help lead a team of volunteers on an AzSP project site? Yes, you can!
The 5 Cs of Being a House Captain
- Construction skills—We’ll teach you what you need to know!
- Compassion— Be relatable and helpful. Make initial contact with homeowner, discuss progress of project and be friendly.
- Communication—Work with volunteers to help them understand the project and keep them on track. Complete end of day project sheets and report back to AzSP staff.
- Coaching—Encourage volunteers to try new things and manage their area of the project
- Clocking—Watch the progress and timing each day and help volunteers reach a good stopping point to clean up the area in time.
Why would you want to be a House Captain?
- Homeowners are oftentimes more comfortable being assigned a primary point of contact who understands the project. You could be the one to establish this relationship!
- Projects are more successful with a single leader who can guide volunteers and communicate to AzSP staff. This could be you!
- Do you like rolling up your sleeves and working on a project? House Captains can do that! Do you prefer to oversee, manage, and answer questions? House Captains can do that too!
- It’s fun and satisfying seeing the start and completion of something you know is truly making a difference in someone’s life. You can be part of that rewarding change!
Connect with AzSP
Our team would love to chat with you about our work and what the volunteer experience looks like.
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Other ways to serve
Have a skill you think AzSP could benefit from? Contact us directly about additional ways to get involved. We are always looking for community ambassadors, videographers, photographers, writers, fundraisers, marketers, office support, and volunteer staff members. If you would like to donate your time and talents to our mission, we want to hear from you!