work side-by-side with participants

Volunteers receive training on how to support people, to make everyone feel welcome, and to know the resources to use when searching for housing, jobs, childcare, education, and everything in between. Ongoing debrief sessions and trainings keep volunteers connected and supported in their work to help hub participants achieve their personal goals.

Hub coach responsibilities include:

  • Commit a minimum of four hours each week (meet with participants, record progress notes, participate in debrief sessions and trainings)
  • Complete orientation training
  • Meet weekly, one-on-one, with assigned participant(s) to help identify needs and set goals
  • Connect participants with services to help them overcome barriers to success
  • Communicate regularly with assigned participant(s) and hub partners
  • Offer hub as a resource to those who may need service
  • Recommend hub as an opportunity for other potential volunteers
  • Share ideas on how to improve the process

As a hub coach, you’ll gain and develop leadership skills, interact with a diverse group of people and gain hands-on experience with a variety of community service providers, all while helping others on their journey to financial stability. Simply put, hub coaches transform lives and make Oshkosh a better place to live and work, one individual and family at a time.


ready to volunteer?

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If you are interested in becoming a hub coach, fill out and submit this application.

After we review your application, we will contact you for an interview. 

If hub is the right fit and you’re accepted into the program, we’ll schedule your training and conduct a background check. Once you’ve successfully completed training, you’ll be ready to start your coaching experience!

For more information, please contact us.