Employment Opportunity
East Wayne Street Center welcomes applications for employment. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at the Center will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. The Center does not discriminate in employment opportunities or any other practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
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Volunteer opportunities                                                                      
Wayne Street Center began as a grass roots organization that utilized many volunteers to carry out the daily functions of the agency.  Today, volunteers are still an integral part of the agency’s organization, their skills and contributions an invaluable asset to our services.  We have parents who volunteer in the classroom, help with record keeping, assist with child care, tutor those working hard to become literate and others who delight our children as story tellers.

Volunteers are respected and treated as staff and therefore, are expected to follow the personnel policies in regards to confidentiality and adherence to the mission and philosophy of EWSC.  All volunteers will receive an orientation to the agency and the specific program(s) or activities that they are assigned. Job descriptions include responsibilities, qualifications and who is their supervisor.  The value of the type of work and number of hours is rated and tracked as an in-kind donation.
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Employment and volunteer applications can submitted on line at or directly to the Center at 801 East Wayne Street from 8:00AM to 4:00PM Mon -Thur

Everyone associated with the East Wayne Street Center is expected to sign a statement of confidentiality by which they agree that information about EWSC, its’ clients and all related business is treated as confidential information not to be shared in the center’s work routines, including staff, volunteers, consultants and independent contractors, and students engaged in any type of shadowing-community service’ project.