About SOLFul

SOLFul provides educationally at-risk elementary students (1st-6th grade) with academic and creative activities to help close the learning gap during the summer.

SOLFul is a program created by a non-profit called Solidarity in Fullerton, CA. We have the privilege of running SOLful at Valencia Park Elementary School during the summer to complement our United Kids After-School Program which occurs throughout the school year!

SOLFul 2019
June 10th – July 3rd

Monday thru Thursday from 9:00am-12:30pm


Register your student(s)

 

English Application

Spanish Application


General Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Small Group Lead
  • Academic Tutor / Helper
  • Art Instructor / Helper
  • Technology Lab Instructor / Helper
  • Science Project Instructor / Helper
  • Character Development Coach
  • Recreation / Sports Leads
  • Special Speakers & Artists.

Volunteer Commitment

Monday – Thursday from 8am – 1pm
Volunteers are asked to serve Monday thru Thursday from 8:00am-1:00pm (a minimum of 1 day / week)

Volunteer Requirements

  • Attend a Volunteer Orientation / Training (Dates on Application)
  • Complete a background check via Verified Volunteers / The Advocates

Email donnaw@ocunited.org for more information!


Volunteer Application


Leadership Cohort

(High School Aged Volunteers)

 

The leadership cohort is an opportunity to develop valuable experience as you help make Summer of Love Fullerton (SOLFul) a success. Take the opportunity to deepen existing friendships and make new ones with other High School aged youth who participate in SOLFul. They will be responsible to help lead elementary students (1st-6th grade) in classroom activities, plan and prepare lesson plans, and work alongside and learn from other SOLFul leaders in leadership development classes.


Leadership Cohort Application


 

Welcome to SOLful at Valencia Park Elementary

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Every Crepe Counts

Support SOLFul and our neighborhoods initiative by dining at Crepes Bonaparte this summer!
Learn more at: www.ocunited.org/everycrepecounts/