i-CARE* Volunteer Trainer

Animal Adoption Foundation

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Hamilton, OH

i-CARE* Volunteer Trainer

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i-CARE* Volunteer Training Program @ AAF

 What?

The i-CARE (i-CARE= individualized canine adoption readiness and enrichment) program is a special program at Animal Adoption Foundation (AAF) for highly committed volunteers who want to make a difference in the lives of AAF's dogs. Specifically, volunteers (aka "CAREgivers)  will:

  • help teach AAF dogs valuable "life skills" that will improve dogs' adoptability; this will include teaching dogs a set of core "obedience" and "life" skills; 
  • help dogs overcome particular issues that may be keeping a dog from getting adopted; 
  • provide individualized enrichment & important social contact for AAF's dogs; 
  • partcipate in sessions that are structured and involve working other volunteers; thus, a willingness to work with others is assumed; 
  • may be asked to do a limited amount outside reading that supports the hands-on work we are doing; 
  • be in sessions facilitated by animal trainer, Eileen Udry, Ph.D. along with co-trainers, Kara M. and Sara S.

When?

The Spring 2014 i-CARE 9-week session will be offered at the following times: 

Group A:                       Mondays             1:30- 4:00 pm  (3/24-5/19)

Group B:                       Tuesdays            4 pm - 6:00 pm (3/25-5/20)

Group C:                       Thursdays          1:30- 4:00 pm  (3/27-5/22)

Group D:                       Fridays                1:30- 4:00 pm  (3/28-5/23)

Group E:                       Saturdays           1:30- 4:00 pm  (3/29-5/24)

You choose the day of the week that you are most regularly available (i.e., you don't have to be available during ALL the session times noted above; you simply choose which "group" (or groups) best suite your schedule). Volunteers should be able to attend at least 80% sessions for reasons of safety and continuity of skill development. Please do not sign-up if making this commitment is not realistic for you (as the AAF shelter dogs will be terribly disappointed :)  

Who?

To be eligible for this program volunteers:

  • must have completed AAF's CARE Level 3 training by the start of the session you sign up for; 
  • should be able to attend at least 80% or more of the sessions; and, 
  • must have a love of dogs and be open to the lessons they teach us! 

How Do I Say "Yes!"?

This program is different than many other volunteer opportunities at AAF because it asks volunteers to sign-up in advance and for a commitment that spans several months. Ouch! But on the plus side, we know that the dogs love you for it!!

Registration is open to 5 volunteers/session or until 48 hours in advance of the program, whichever comes first. A minimum of 2 people must be signed up for a group or that offering will not be held. If a group is cancelled due to low enrollment, those who have signed up will be notified.  

To sign-up for an i-CARE group(s): Use the ""Register" button at the top of this page (or go to: http://icare4dogsataaf.eventbrite.com/. Once you submit the registration form you'll receive a confirmation email letting you know your registration has been received.


Need More Info?

For questions about the i-CARE program or more information contact: 

Eileen Udry: eileenudry@mac.com


*************One More Thing...
If you're interested in signing up for a session but the registration is already closed (i.e., the 9 week session has started and you have the necessary training), please, please send an email to: eileenudry@mac.com. We will work you into a spot if you are ready to be involved.Thanks!
Have questions about i-CARE* Volunteer Trainer? Contact Animal Adoption Foundation

Where



Animal Adoption Foundation
2480 Ross Millville Rd
Hamilton, OH 45013-9536

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Animal Adoption Foundation

The Animal Adoption Foundation is a no-kill shelter (non profit) for dogs and cats that have been abused or abandoned. AAF provides a safe and humane environment for dogs and cats that are waiting to be adopted. Our caring volunteers and generous, donors enable us to provide a safe and  haven for our special friends.  Please read about our volunteer programs and opportunities! 

Visit our website: www.aafpets.com; or "like" us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/AnimalAdoptionFoundation

 
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