"Volunteering for MASF has brought Mindfulness to every aspect of my life- teaching me to pause, breathe, observe my feelings and accept them for what they are. I am calmer, healthier, and happier, because of my work with MASF"- Radhika Roa, Mindful Educator
Interested in volunteering in a classroom?
If you are already a Mindfulness Practitioner and are interested in finding out how you can help young people learn Mindfulness here are your next steps:
San Francisco Education Fund hosts Mindfulness Curriculum Trainings for MASF two times throughout the school year so that participants will have the opportunity to assist or teach mindfulness classes at school site near your home or office (dependent on school interest and availability). Trainees’ comfort level and the discretion of the Coordinator will decide volunteer placement.
Fall 2017 Trainings:
Tuesday, September 26, from 5:30 - 8:30pm OR Saturday, October 7th from 1:00 - 4:00 pm.
Winter Training: TBD.
To put your name on a list to attend one of the FREE upcoming 3-hour trainings and information session contact Andrew Nance Mindful Arts San Francisco's Program Director at email@example.com call 415-819-3766
Training Location: SF Education Fund, 2730 Bryant St. 2nd Flr. (Between 25th & 26th Streets).
NOTE: While the orientation/training is free, if you decide to volunteer with San Francisco Education Fund, there is a requirement to get fingerprinted ($78.00) and TB tested. These procedures can both be done while at the training. Scholarships available.
More information on the MASF Volunteer Mindfulness Teaching Program and training:
Mindful Arts San FranciscoVolunteers will have the opportunity to work with one or two classes once a week to assist or teach the MASF curriculum, which primarily uses stories, as well as some theater games, and art activities to teach the principles of Mindfulness to TK through 5th graders.
At the training we will briefly review the principles of Mindfulness and then start learning the Mindful Arts SF Curriculum. The training will be very interactive so participants should dress comfortably and be ready to explore their mindful selves.
The Mindful Arts SF curriculum you will be presenting to the students consists of: “Focus Time” (meditation); story time; Q & A sessions with the students; and some expressive and performing arts exercises. You will be given a comprehensive and easy to follow Curriculum Guide at the training which we will go through together step-by-step.
We hope you can help bring this invaluable life skill to young people.
For more information or questions contact Andrew Nance, Mindful Arts San Francisco Director @firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.819.3766