Facilitator Responsibilities

Become a Facilitator

In order to become a Rainbows for All Children facilitator and maintain their certification, we ask that our volunteers understand and agree to all required criteria while facilitating groups.

Here are some of the responsibilities of a Rainbows trained Facilitator:

1. Provide Rainbows for All Children programs for FREE. Rainbows’ programs are free for all children from any and all economic, racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.

2. Keep us in the loop. Keep the information in your Facilitator Dashboard current, especially the “My Profile” page and “My Site” page. The information on the “My Sites” page is what families see listed for your site when they search for a group in their community, so it is important this information is kept up-to-date.

3. Complete Rainbows group assessments. Rainbows for All Children is a nonprofit organization and depends on grants and donors to continue its mission. Many of these grants require Rainbows for All Children to submit detailed demographic information on children helped to continue funding. As a Facilitator, you will be asked to administer pre- and post-assessments to the participants in your group and their parents/guardians for at least one group/year. 

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