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Rose-Brune L. Dubreuze Foundation
18 Adanac Rd.
Milton, MA 02186
Phone: (631) 220-6174
Contact Person(s):Prof. Lynouse Dubreuze Saint-Louis
The Rose-Brune L. Dubreuze (RBLD) Foundation is a charitable corporation organized for the purpose of promoting assistance to young people in general and orphan children thorugh a series of activities that include, but are not limited to: the promotion of education, programs for disadvantaged children, seminars and workshops, trainings and literacy programs for the other members of their families as well. The foundation serves mostly Haitians, but also the following groups: black, Hispanic, white, Asian, African, and other ethnic groups. The Foundation is especially involved in efforts to rebuild the social fabric of Haiti since after the January 12, 2010 earthquake.
Volunteer programs are for anyone who wants to make a difference and the focus on projects may vary, according to the needs of the hour. We aim to transform the lives of children, their parents and guardians through education and development of projects.
Opportunities for Student Involvement:
A field education student at the RBLD Foundation will meet with the supervisor on an individual basis to communicate and provide the appropriate support. The student will participate in or head fundraising efforts on behalf of the organization. In addition, the student may participate in administrative duties and serve as a networking official for the RBLD Foundation. The student will also be able to co-lead conferences and seminars by inviting interested groups and companies.
The RBLD Foundation is accessible by public transportation up to Mattapan Square. From there, the student may have to take a taxi (3-4 minutes) to the site. The supervisor may also meet the student at the Milton Public Library bus stop after taking the bus from Mattapan Square. There is parking available if the student has a car.
Arts of Ministry Competencies Offered:
- Administration and Program Development
- Pastoral Care and Counseling
- Preaching and Worship
Weekly meetings with supervisor.
Number of Students: not specified
Total Compensation: $4,000.00
Type of Compensation: work study
Additional Notes: This site will be approved pending supervisor certification.