Purpose of the Junior Board The Junior Board offers young professionals an opportunity to serve Sawyerville in many ways, you can choose to help at events, camp or summer learning, mentoring and much more. Our goals align with Sawyerville's: To create opportunities for children and youth in Hale County through free summer programs, mentoring, and scholarships. All of our programs work to serve God, broaden the horizons of participants and staff, improve race relations in Alabama, and enrich the lives of those living in poverty.
Apply to Serve on the Junior Board Applications for the Junior Board are now open. Those who are ages 19-35 are invited to apply. You do not have to have served on Summer Camp staff to apply.
Paying yearly dues of $25. These funds allow us to sponsor Person2Person, Sawyerville's annual race relations conference.
Fundraising $100 throughout the year. There are many ways and events to help reach this goal. For example, you could get 4 people signed up for the 5K. A full list of other ways to reach these goals will be provided to those selected to serve.
Attending monthly meetings (typically from 6-7 pm on Zoom).
Attending special events hosted by the Junior Board.
Serving on at least one sub-committee.
Communications - This team is responsible for promoting events and Sawyerville through graphic design, social media posts, Sawyerville's newsletter and other initiatives.
Fundraising - This team is responsible for working with potential sponsors for Junior Board events and other Sawyerville events. These could range from local parishes to corporate companies.
Staffing/Recruiting - This team is responsible for recruiting people to help with Junior Board events, Summer Camp, Sawyerville's Summer Learning Program and other potential junior board members.
Benefits of Membership
Make a positive impact on Hale County
Gain leadership and community service experience
Continue friendships created at Sawyerville Summer Camp