The Weekly Online! There are opportunities to teach English as a Second Language season, the SalvationArmy needs volunteer bell ringers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. http://www.theweekly.com/volun.html
Extractions: Tiny Stitches is an all volunteer public charity that makes layettes and distributes them to needy newborns in north Georgia. We hold monthly business meetings the first Monday of each month at the Duluth Atlanta Sewing Center. There is also a monthly workday each month at Gwinnett Medical Center. We need volunteers and donations. For more information, please call Lila Hunter at 678-957-8870. On Going Adapted Aquatics Program. Work with and teach children that have a physical disability learn to swim. Be a positive role-model. You will need to get into the water, but do not need to know how to swim. The time is 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. every Wednesday. Robert D. Fowler Family YMCA , 5600 West Jones Bridge Road, Peachtree Corners. Phone 770-246-9622.
Literacy*AmeriCorps now please consider becoming a community volunteer at one classes to lowliteracyand ESL adult learners in arts historyas well as opportunities to mentor http://www.21mainstreet.com/literacyamericorps/volunteer.asp
Extractions: Other Volunteer Opportunities If joining AmeriCorps doesn't fit for you right now please consider becoming a community volunteer at one of our partner service sites. Volunteering is a great way to support the learning of adult students in our community. Below are some ways you can help! Time commitments vary: - Position: ESL/Citizenship Tutor. Tutor 1-3 limited English-speaking adults 1-2 times (3-10 hours) per week. Help students with basic English or prepararation for their INS interview by focusing on personal questions, history/civics questions, reading/writing or addressing problem areas in their English that need attention. Bilingual in Chinese (Mandarin/Cantonese) is a plus. Contact Winchee Lin at (206) 624-5633 x136 or WincheeL@cisc-seattle.org for more information. - Position: Talk Time Coordinator. Plan lessons, coordinate volunteers, lead Talk Time sessions for adults. Talk Time is a fun and comfortable environment to practice speaking English; we create opportunities for informal conversation by using props, personal experiences and other teaching techniques. 6-10 hours per week (negotiable). Some ESL teaching experience desired, bilingual in English/Chinese (Mandarin/Cantonese) a plus. Contact Winchee Lin at (206) 624-5633 x136 or WincheeL@cisc-seattle.org for more information.
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Extractions: please consider that you just passed the test. All it takes is the ability to read and the interest to help others. As a volunteer for the Family Literacy Center, you'll help someone learn one of the most basic skills for getting ahead. And it only takes two hours a week. Call today. We'll give you all the training you need. (810) 664-2737 Volunteer to be a tutor for an adult learne r Who can become a tutor? Any interested adult who can: -read and write English well -commit two hours a week to a student Among those tutoring in our program are a nurse, a cashier, a computer programmer, a press operator, a secretary, a real estate agent, a landscape designer and several retired people from a variety of occupations. How will I know what to do?
Youth Services - Volunteer Opportunities volunteer opportunities. Summer volunteer Program A great volunteer program inJune July adult sponsors are also needed to help with supervision of youth http://www.redcrossdallas.org/services/youth/volunteer.htm
Volunteer Opportunities - Youth Services adult Youth Leadership Council This individual must be and participate in a varietyof volunteer and leadership development opportunities at the Red http://www.redcrossdallas.org/volunteer/opportunities_youth.htm
Extractions: This individual must possess current ICT certificate (training available). Instructors will teach introductory babysitting techniques to kids in grades 4th, 5th and 6th. Courses are offered at the Dallas Area Chapter on various Saturdays throughout the year from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Instructors may choose which Saturdays to teach and should work well with children in these grades. Classes usually hold 10 - 25 students. Minimum age requirement: 15 Babysitters Training Instructor These techniques should help students to become responsible, safe and successful babysitters. Courses are offered at the Dallas Area Chapter on various Saturdays throughout the year from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Instructors may choose which Saturdays to teach and should work well with children in these grades. Classes usually hold 10 - 20 students. Minimum age requirement: 17 Office Assistant
Volunteer Opps-Lindsay Wildlife Museum in the museum please attend the volunteer opportunities class offered For specificvolunteer training class dates and times, see the adult and children http://www.wildlife-museum.org/volunteer.html
Extractions: Lindsay Wildlife Museum has a variety of areas in which you can give your time to help wildlife, teach adults and children and care for the earth. If you want a great overview of the various volunteer opportunities in the museum please attend the Volunteer Opportunities class offered throughout the year. For specific volunteer training class dates and times, see the adult and children class page. DOCENT PROGRAMS Adult Help groups of children and adults learn to live with nature in schools. The museum and at community events. You will grow and learn, and help others to
RCLC - Volunteer Opportunities More specifically, through teaching and learning opportunities the RCLC to the schedulerestrictions of student and volunteer. 68 pm) Assist adult students in http://www.nd.edu/~rclc/pages/volntr_opps.htm
Extractions: Over 1000 people have registered for classes and activities at the RCLC in the first year. Tutoring, GED preparation, computer, art and exercise classes are just a few of the offerings provided for area residents ranging from 5 84 years old. With hundreds of neighbors and students interacting at the RCLC, it is our goal to "celebrate learning in our community one relationship at a time!"
Volunteer Opportunities In Westfield Caring Box volunteer opportunities in Westfield Because Westfielders Catholic CommunityServices A volunteer is needed to an isolated homebound adult in Union http://www.ataclick.com/westfield/volunteers.htm
Extractions: Can I get involved as a volunteer in the activities of the DWC? Yes! In 2001, volunteers donated 1,300 hours to the DWC! The Downtown Westfield Corporation is currently seeking volunteers for the following committees: Organization which involves communications, reporting, and web-site management Economic Development which involves analyzing current market forces to develop long-term solutions for recruiting new businesses and supporting and sustaining existing businesses Design which enhances the visual appearance, attractiveness and traffic management of the business district, (i.e. banners, benches, trash cans, facade improvement grants, planters, etc.) Promotion which involves marketing an enticing image to shoppers, investors, residents and visitors. Festivals, retail events and image development campaigns are some of the projects handled by the Promotion committee and sub-committees. TO VOLUNTEER OR TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE COMMITTEES, PLEASE CONTACT SHERRY CRONIN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR MEG MEHORTER, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT AT THE DOWNTOWN WESTFIELD CORPORATION - 908-789-9444
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Aid Rescue Squad is a volunteer organization providing disabilities by providingthem with opportunities to develop in any of our four adult training centers http://www.princetonol.com/groups/volun.html
Extractions: If you can't find something here, please take a look at Hands On Helpers for a complete database listing of volunteer opportunities in the greater Princeton area. In addition, another new online resource is the Mercer County Chapter of Single Volunteers , established to bring together single people of all ages to participate in volunteer activities. Positions are subject to change and volunteer jobs may be filled at any given time. Please check with the organization to confirm availability of listed volunteer opportunities. The date after the opportunity indicates when it was posted. Please contact us at email@example.com or call (609) 737-7901 to add an opportunity to this listing. CASA of Mercer County is a non-profit organization that trains volunteers (they can not be minors) to acquire information for Family Court to assist in timely and appropriate long term placement for abused and neglected children in Mercer County. The Executive Director is Lori V. Morris. The address is 3131 Princeton Pike, Bldg 4, Suite 113, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. The tel # is 609-637-4910. The fax # is 609-895-1245. Anyone that wants information on how to be a CASA volunteer or on how to offer administrative help simply needs to contact Lori by phone or email (
OPEN M Volunteer Page 5 pm, volunteers are needed to teach/coach soccer home after school and have noadult present, this This is one of the most popular volunteer opportunities. http://www.openm.org/volunteer.html
Extractions: is ever accomplished by strangers" Bishop Anthony Pilla Volunteer Opportunities with OPEN M OPEN M is, first and foremost, a volunteer-driven organization. Its trustees and corporate members give their time and talents to oversee the mission. OPEN M has seven full-time and three part-time members of its staff. One of their major responsibilities is to inform, recruit, and deploy volunteers who provide the services to our neighbors in need. In 2002, 3,000 individuals gave their time and energy, their skill and knowledge, to support the work of this ministry: to feed the hungry, heal the sick, nurture children, build families, and to strengthen the community. In this way they proclaim by their presence the Good News which is for all without regard to gender, race, or station in life. They gave 30,000 hours of service. Here are some of the many opportunities for volunteer service in ongoing programs.
First Congregational Volunteer Opportunities The opportunities are unlimited funds to meet our budget, some people actually volunteerfor this Young adult Group An important aspect of our total ministry to http://www.firstucceauclaire.org/about_us/volunteer_opportunities/
Extractions: Phone: 715-834-2668 Fax: 715-834-0218 United Church of Christ Home About Us Calendar Ministries Worship About Us ... Newsletter Volunteer Opportunities About Us Links Shortcourse in the History of the United Church of Christ Statement of Faith United Church of Christ: Who We Are - What We Believe First Congregational 2001-2002 Volunteer Opportunities The concept of encouraging every person to volunteer for a specific area is one of the most effective ways of maximizing the talents of the church. It sets us free to use the gifts that God has given to each one of us. Invariably we exceed our expectations in terms of ability, creativity, effectiveness, commitment, and accountability. Liberating each person to serve can bring about a genuine renewal in the church. The opportunities are unlimited! The volunteer program puts ministry in the hands of the laity where it belongs from a Biblical perspective. Please print and fill out a
FDNH: Volunteer Opportunities on any of the volunteer opportunities listed below Childhood Education volunteer JobSummary volunteer would provide for essential grocery items; teach a craft; http://www.fdnh.org/Help/Volunteer.htm
Extractions: Activities and Responsibilities: Monitor and provide technical assistance to providers Visiting providers homes at least once a week for approximately 4 hours Evaluating providers using the existing self-evaluation book Set goals for providers with a timeline, and then review their goals to see what was accomplished.
American Red Cross- Volunteers adult leaders act as positive role models for Instructor volunteers need to teachAmerican Red these are typical local Red Cross volunteer opportunities. http://www.redcross.org/services/volunteer/opportunities/thirty.html
Extractions: The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and people, guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. The following is a list of thirty typical Red Cross volunteer opportunities for your consideration: Board Member: Volunteers serve on local Red Cross unit boards of directors which help to establish policy and direction. Office of Volunteers: Volunteers assist with writing volunteer job descriptions, setting up volunteer orientation courses, conduct volunteer screening interviews, help with volunteer placement, record keeping, and recognition.
Installation Volunteer Opportunities all community events and informs neighbors of opportunities within the adult volunteersare needed. Thrift Shop Looking for a volunteer opportunity to meet http://www.jackson.army.mil/Directorates/volunteer.htm
Extractions: Family Members Helping Family Members The purpose of AFTB is to standardize all Army personal and Family Preparedness training programs. AFTB is training for a way of life that prepares everyone in Americas Army to function at ones highest level, in any situation, with minimal outside support. This training improves personal and family preparedness, which enhances overall Army readiness. AFTB is a volunteer program that trains volunteer family members to teach other family members about Army life. AFTB ITS NOT A PROGRAM: ITS A WAY OF LIFE Reimbursement for child care provided by Hood Street Hourly Child Development Center, a Family Child Care Provider or a certified Red Cross babysitter is available for AFTB volunteer instructors and AFTB students. Together Everyone Achieves More AFTB: Bldg 4410 on Early St. behind the Post Office.
Volunteer Minneapolis Adult adult volunteer opportunities Minneapolis. This is a list of volunteer opportunitiesavailable at and Child Services, Parent WarmLine, volunteer Services, and http://xpedio02.childrenshc.org/stellent/groups/public/@xcp/@web/@volunteer/docu
Extractions: Adult Volunteer Opportunities - Minneapolis This is a list of volunteer opportunities available at Children's Hospitals and Clinics - Minneapolis. They are organized by department with a brief description of what the position involves and the days and shifts available. Shifts are 3-4 hours per week, scheduled according to the department need and the volunteer's availability. Volunteers are asked to make a minimum commitment of one shift per week for 6 months. Anesthesia Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Work alongside Anesthesia staff helping with surgery bed preparation, washing masks and air tubes, running errands, wrapping IV boards, and stocking supplies. Child Life/Nursing Services Monday - Sunday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Assist Child Life and nursing staff in fostering a play environment for in-patients newborn through adolescent through the use of toys, activities, and attending special events. Assist by playing, comforting and visiting with children, stocking supplies, and running errands. Children's Library Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. - 12 noon.
Volunteer Opportunities Lewis, 8988165 or (800) GED-1520 - volunteer Literacy Tutors library at 372-1144about training opportunities, then contact Regional adult Education. http://youthvolunteers0.tripod.com/volunteer/id8.html
Extractions: A Support Group Dedicated to Excellence in Education The Neuhaus Forum, a volunteer organization of Neuhaus Education Center created in October, 1997, holds seminars on public education and provides opportunities for volunteerism in the schools. The Forum complements a goal of Neuhaus Education Center's Board of Trustees and Advisory Board to educate the Houston community about the importance of successful public school education, especially in the area of reading. The seminars provide an opportunity to learn about what is working in our public schools as well as meet other Houstonians who value the public school's role in the future of our city. Some members may want to substitute in Houston Independent School District schools in Project APPLE when Houston I.S.D. reading teachers attend classes at Neuhaus Education Center. Others may choose to volunteer in schools after attending Neuhaus training classes. The Fall Forum is the evening of Oct 17 (5-7pm) at NEC . Dr. J. Garcia, President, UT Brownsville and Texas Southmost College is the featured speaker. A catered reception will precede the presentation. The reception will focus on the contributions of leaders in the Houston Hispanic Community.
404 Not Found Great American Cleanup Please call for the many opportunities to volunteer throughMarch the marine environment (ages 1113, must work with adult relative http://www.volunteerhr.org/v_opps.htm