Call for Volunteers: Amphi Neighborhood Survey
Collaborating with Amphi residents to improve the quality of life in Amphi.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Habitat Tucson!
Habitat for Humanity Tucson is embarking on an exciting surveying effort of Tucson’s Amphi neighborhood. Our goal is to measure how residents understand their quality of life and to help residents achieve their dreams for the community. The surveys will consist of 20 minute interviews with 350+ Amphi residents and will be completed by the end of July in 2019.
Neighborhood Partnership is a core value held by Habitat for Humanity Tucson. It’s what drives us – and by partnering with residents, we center our neighborhood revitalization efforts around their visions. We have committed to collaborating with Amphi residents and stakeholders over the next five years to improve the quality of life in Amphi.
Neighborhood surveys are a baseline measurement for Amphi partners to evaluate their efforts in the participating neighborhoods. Once collected, the data will inform which projects and initiatives the neighborhood will embark on.
WE NEED YOU:
We need a team of responsible, culturally sensitive volunteers to knock on doors, interview, and empathetically listen to Amphi residents.
As a survey volunteer, you will be be an essential part of identifying the needs of the Amphi community. You will assist Habitat and our Tucson partners in evaluating our neighborhood efforts, as well as influencing what neighborhood projects will be initiated in the future.
Groups welcome! Please contact Ann at email@example.com or 520-497-2378 for more information.
Starting March 30th and ending July, surveying will occur every Saturday and Sunday from 9:15 am -2:00 pm in the Amphi neighborhood. Habitat will provide training, materials, and guidance the day of.
There will also be some evening opportunities.
We highly encourage volunteers to commit to more than one survey day.
No experience needed! You must be 16-years-old to volunteer.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN:
- Valuable experience in surveying methodology
- Skills in building relationships with a diverse resident population- across class, race, ethnic, and national backgrounds.
- Exposure to large- scale canvassing efforts and community development evaluation techniques
- Joining a robust volunteer team committed to listening to Tucson residents
- Contributing to a national collaborative research project whose partners include:
- Habitat for Humanity International
- Community Science – recognized expert in neighborhood research
- University of Arizona
- University of North Carolina
Any questions can be directed to Ann Vargas at 520-497-2378 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us! May 18 at Literacy Connects for our final Survey Party!
What are your hopes and dreams for the Amphi neighborhood? This event invites Amphi residents to share their visions at a fun, local survey party.
Join us for pizza, prizes, and popsicles!
We will have several partners there, volunteers, Literacy Connects, IRC and many more.