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Bus Drivers Needed – Paid – Part-time


One Hour Per Day – $20 per hour

This school year, the LUM After School Program expanded to serve 60 students from each school corporation in our area — SO — additional Bus Drivers are needed. Bus drivers transport children from their schools at dismissal time to the LUM After School Program.

  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
  • Dates: Monday-Friday, NOW through May 19, 2020, when Lafayette School Corporation is in session
  • $20 per hour, 5 hours per week maximum
  • Route: From LUM Ray Ewry Youth Center to Schools to Youth Center
  • Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record
If interested please call or email the LUM Youth Programs director, Kristi Hogue (765-423-2691 | khogue@lumserve.org).
For more information, click HERE.

Bus Drivers Needed – Paid – Part-time


One Hour Per Day – $20 per hour

This school year, the LUM After School Program expanded to serve 60 students from each school corporation in our area — SO — additional Bus Drivers are needed. Bus drivers transport children from their schools at dismissal time to the LUM After School Program.

  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
  • Dates: Monday-Friday, NOW through May 19, 2020, when Lafayette School Corporation is in session
  • $20 per hour, 5 hours per week maximum
  • Route: From LUM Ray Ewry Youth Center to Schools to Youth Center
  • Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record
If interested please call or email the LUM Youth Programs director, Kristi Hogue (765-423-2691 | khogue@lumserve.org).
For more information, click HERE.

Bus Drivers Needed – LUM After School Program


Earn $1,300 Stipend for the School Year

This school year, the LUM After School Program expanded to serve 80 students from each school corporation in our area — SO — additional Bus Drivers are needed. Drivers transport children from their schools at dismissal time to the ASP site at Central Presbyterian Church, Lafayette, in one of LUM’s 14 seat buses.

  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
  • Dates: NOW through May 23, 2018, when Lafayette School Corporation is in session
  • Stipend: $1,300 for the school year
  • Route: LUM Youth Center to Schools to Central Presbyterian Church
  • Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.

Please consider signing up NOW to become a Bus Driver for this important ministry and make a difference in the lives of children. If interested please call or email the LUM Youth Programs director, Amanda Bajzatt (765-423-2691 | abajzatt@lumserve.org ).


PICTURED ABOVE — Chip is retired from Purdue University and has been driving a bus for LUM for over three years. He shared, “I love children and I like to drive — and it keeps me young of mind.” LUM provides a “unique opportunity for working families,” who are trying hard to succeed and now have one less thing to worry about because “they know that their children are in a safe and caring environment at LUM.”

It’s surprisingly much more fulfilling than merely driving a bus around town. Chip learns each student’s name and uses his time with the students to ask them about their day as well as teach them to be kind, caring and respectful of each other. “We (volunteer bus drivers) have an opportunity to have a positive impact on the children and offer a service to working families trying to make it.”

Bus Driver Needed – LUM After School Program


Earn $3,400 Stipend for the School Year

The LUM After School Program has expanded to serve 80 students from each school corporation in our area — SO — a new Bus Driver is needed. Drivers transport children from their schools at dismissal time to the ASP site at First Christian Church, Lafayette, in one of LUM’s 14-seat buses.
  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
  • Dates: NOW through May 23, 2018, when Lafayette School Corporation is in session
  • Stipend: $3,400 for the school year
  • Route: LUM Youth Center to Schools to First Christian Church
  • Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.
Please consider signing up NOW to become a Bus Driver for this important ministry and make a difference in the lives of children. If interested please call or email the LUM Youth Programs director, Amanda Bajzatt (765-423-2691 | abajzatt@lumserve.org ).

PICTURED ABOVE — Chip is retired from Purdue University and has been driving a bus for LUM for over three years. He shared, “I love children and I like to drive — and it keeps me young of mind.” LUM provides a “unique opportunity for working families,” who are trying hard to succeed and now have one less thing to worry about because “they know that their children are in a safe and caring environment at LUM.”

It’s surprisingly much more fulfilling than merely driving a bus around town. Chip learns each student’s name and uses his time with the students to ask them about their day as well as teach them to be kind, caring and respectful of each other. “We (volunteer bus drivers) have an opportunity to have a positive impact on the children and offer a service to working families trying to make it.”

Bus Drivers Needed ASAP – After School Program


The LUM After School Program has expanded to serve 80 students from each school corporation in our area — SO — new Bus Drivers are needed NOW. Drivers transport children from their schools at dismissal time to the ASP site at First Christian Church, Lafayette, in one of LUM’s 14-seat buses.

  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
  • Dates: NOW through May 23, 2018, when Lafayette School Corporation is in session
  • Stipend: $1,700 for the school year
  • Route: LUM Youth Center to Schools to First Christian Church
  • Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.

Please consider signing up NOW to become a Bus Driver  for this important ministry and make a difference in the lives of children.

If interested please call or email the LUM Youth Programs director, Amanda Bajzatt (765-423-2691 | abajzatt@lumserve.org ).


PICTURED ABOVE — Chip is retired from Purdue University and has been driving a bus for LUM for over three years. He shared, “I love children and I like to drive — and it keeps me young of mind.” LUM provides a “unique opportunity for working families,” who are trying hard to succeed and now have one less thing to worry about because “they know that their children are in a safe and caring environment at LUM.”

It’s surprisingly much more fulfilling than merely driving a bus around town. Chip learns each student’s name and uses his time with the students to ask them about their day as well as teach them to be kind, caring and respectful of each other. “We (volunteer bus drivers) have an opportunity to have a positive impact on the children and offer a service to working families trying to make it.”

Meet Chip—Volunteer LUM Bus Driver


At the end of another school year, the spotlight is on volunteer activity bus drivers for the LUM After School Program. One of these volunteers is Chip Goldsberry.

Chip is originally from Anderson and currently lives in West Lafayette with his wife Carolyn. They have three grown children and six grandchildren. Chip and Carolyn stay active with Central Presbyterian Church as elders and deacons and supporting world & local missions including Jubilee Christmas.

Chip is retired from Purdue University and has been driving a bus for LUM for over three years. He shared, “I love children and I like to drive — and it keeps me young of mind.” LUM provides a “unique opportunity for working families,” who are trying hard to succeed and now have one less thing to worry about because “they know that their children are in a safe and caring environment at LUM.” It’s surprisingly much more fulfilling than merely driving a bus around town. Chip learns each student’s name and uses his time with the students to ask them about their day as well as teach them to be kind, caring and respectful of each other. “We (volunteer bus drivers) have an opportunity to have a positive impact on the children and offer a service to working families trying to make it.”

During the school year, LUM needs three to four trained bus drivers each weekday. THANKS to this year’s bus drivers: Rich Frank, Jim Frantz, Chip Goldsberry, John Jones, Joan Low, Danny Pollitt & Marilou Warden.

Please consider becoming a volunteer activity bus driver with LUM youth programs. For more information, go to www.lumserve.org/volunteer or call or email, Rev. Cindy Haley, LUM youth programs director (765-423-2691 | chaley@lumserve.org).