Nehemiah's Workshop Volunteer Application Form

Nehemiah's Workshop, CHAT's woodworking program, equips youth and young adults with woodworking skills to build self esteem and long-term vocational success. The ideal volunteer is an individual that works well with others from a diverse background. The candidate must enjoy working with youth, be able to adapt easily, and have good communication and interpersonal skills. Our volunteer opportunities vary from Weekday afternoons to Saturday Mornings.

Nehemiah's Workshop Programs Include:
Basic Woodworking Life Skills Class (For elementary and middle school youth) - Volunteers Needed
Entrepreneurship Program (For teens)
YALP (Young Adult Leadership Program) (For young adults post high school)
School Elective Class (for teens)

If you have any questions about volunteering in our workshop please contact Steve Trivett at steve.trivett@chatrichmond.org.

Name *
Name
Which Day/s of the week would you like to volunteer? *
Volunteer Background Check
Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offense (felony or misdemeanor, except for minor traffic violations such as non-reckless speeding tickets) *
Has your conduct with children, youth or adults ever been cause for investigation, arrest, or any other legal proceeding by a social services agency, child abuse registry, or law enforcement authority? *
Has your personal or professional interaction with children ever led to disciplinary action by an employer, church, or other organization? *
Permission to Obtain a Background Check
Today's Date
Today's Date
Identifying Information for Background Information Agency (also known as "Consumer Reporting Agency") *
Identifying Information for Background Information Agency (also known as "Consumer Reporting Agency")
Spouse Name (If Applicable)
Spouse Name (If Applicable)
Address *
Address
Daytime Phone Number
Daytime Phone Number
Date of Birth *
Date of Birth