Native Indian community needs volunteers
27 September 2004

South Dakota: The Cheyenne River Reservation seeks for volunteer youth workers to assist them in running their youth centre in South Dakota, USA.

The organization helps the Lakota-Native American people, most of whom come from poor background and victims of neglect and abuse.

Under its youth programme, the Cheyenne River Reservation mentors children, provides academic assistance and maintains educational and recreational facilities for the community.

They require volunteers to be at least 18-years-old, creative, energetic, open-minded and willing to learn.

Download the application here

Know more about the Cheyenne River Youth Project

From: Cheyenne River Reservation





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