Extractions: Make a World of Difference at Cincinnati Nature Center Help promote understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of the natural world by volunteering your time and energy at Cincinnati Nature Center. We have opportunities for educators, gardeners, grounds workers, gift shop salespeople, office assistants, trail and farmyard ambassadors and special events crew. School Group Educators - Teach school children to explore nature by using hands-on activities. Help them understand the ecology of our natural and agricultural lands and appreciate ecological relationships, including the connection between humans and the environment. Weekly training classes are offered September through May.
Browse Opportunities Classroom opportunities include English to Speakers of Other adult Education IntroductoryComputer Teacher Allston, MA 02134. is looking for a volunteer to co http://www.volunteersolutions.org/mit/volunteer/opp/by_letter_A_2.html
Extractions: Boston, MA 02114 Sponsored by The Giving Back Fund The Giving Back Fund is looking for volunteers to help with a wide range of administrative tasks including, but not limited to, organizing and distributing press packets, constructing clippings portfolios, and organizing quarterly newsletters. ( more Administrative support wanted
Volunteering Department Assistants, Junior and adult volunteer assistants help adult volunteersare needed year round Additional opportunities include Exotic Animal Care http://www.animalcenter.org/volunteer/orientation.htm
Extractions: At the Helen Woodward Animal Center, people help animals and animals help people. The Center serves the community by teaching and practicing humane behavior toward man and all living things. Our lives are more precious when trust, unconditional love, respect and care exist as the primary bond between animals and one another. Find out how to become a volunteer. Trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, reverent and able to work with concrete! Eagle Scouts Troop #766 of Rancho Santa Fe answered the call of the Helen Woodward Animal Center recently when they spent several weekends building and installing our 3 new "poop stations". The project began off-site where the scouts built and painted large, wooden boxes that would cover the trash receptacles and posts that would hold a box of bags and the "pooper scoopers". Once that phase of the project was complete they dug the holes and anchored each post in a concrete base. Each of the 3 stations now includes a supply of plastic bags (courtesy of our new "bag lady"....Volunteer Supervisor Amy Bennett) because...as the scouts remind us at all times..."Be prepared". Volunteer FAQs For adults and juniors over 14 years of age, your first step is to find out about the Center on a volunteer orientation and tour. This is a good way to learn about our volunteer programs, and the commitment involved in each area. This orientation takes about three hours. Orientations are held periodically throughout the year.
YOUTH VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Youth volunteer opportunities is a service of Heart of America Age 13 or youngerif accompanied by adult. volunteer to help sort and repackage donated food. http://www.hauw.org/Youth_Vol02.htm
Extractions: YOUTH VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Thank you for your interest in volunteering. When you volunteer, you are actively participating in building community; learning about civic responsibility; exploring career options; and discovering your own special skills and talents. We appreciate the commitment and enthusiasm you bring to volunteering! We also know that an opportunity to serve is a cornerstone of initiatives like Kansas City s Promise, which focuses on 5 resources children and youth need in order to become successful adults (caring adult role models, a healthy start, safe places to learn and grow, marketable skills through effective education, and an opportunity to serve). If you are interested in any projects in this booklet please contact the agency listed. Youth Volunteer Opportunities is a service of Heart of America United Way Volunteer Center - (816) 474-5112.
Adult Tutoring Training Manual MIGRANT AID adult TUTORING. If you anticipate missing even one session, please seekvolunteer opportunities elsewhere to allow other to volunteer. http://www.student.virginia.edu/~madison/migrant/atttraining.htm
Extractions: NOTE: Because Migrant Aid is such a short but intense program, weekly attendance is MANDATORY! If you anticipate missing even one session, please seek volunteer opportunities elsewhere to allow other to volunteer. MISSION STATEMENT The Migrant Aid Program is designed to teach migrant workers and their children the necessary, basic linguistic skills to function in the United States. English as a Second Language (ESL) training is the main focus of the Adult Tutoring program. The students receive help in learning the English language through ESL instructional material. The migrant workers and their families also receive the knowledge vital to living in the United States, while participating in an enriching cultural exchange with volunteers. It is a wonderful opportunity for greater cultural understanding and outreach. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Four nights per week, a group of several volunteers visit the Covesville, Spring Valley, and Jarman Gap camps. The workers who are interested in taking lessons gather together in groups with one or two volunteers; tutoring usually proceeds on a 1-1 or 2-1 ratio. Because the migrant workers are only here for the short harvesting season, time is very limited. This is a short, intensive program where students are tutored using English as a Second Language materials and dictionaries provided by the Virginia Migrant Education offices of Albemarle County. Each volunteers time commitment is three hours per week.
Morrison Center Volunteer Opportunities esteem through a positive relationship with an adult; Our Children's Store Volunteerin a retail Behindthe-scenes opportunities also available, including set-up http://www.morrisoncenter.org/volunteer.htm
Pennsylvania Adult Literacy Pennsylvania adult Literacy (PAL) is a program NonTutoring volunteers Other volunteeropportunities are available. Become a volunteer literacy tutor at the http://www.wbtc.ciu10.com/dca/tutor.htm
Extractions: YOU can make a difference in someone's life! Pennsylvania Adult Literacy (PAL) is a program that provides free confidential classes for adults who want to improve their reading and basic skills. Volunteer Opportunities: Non-Tutoring Volunteers: Other volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact us to discuss how your talents and abilities can be used to help others! Volunteer Literacy Tutors: Volunteer tutors work one-on-one with students and are an essential part of this program. The only requirement to become a tutor is the initial 2-hour training provided by the Development Center for Adults free of charge. All PAL volunteers are given the opportunity to attend additional FREE tutor training through the Professional Development Center of Pennsylvania. PAL Tutor Training West Branch Technology Center, Lock Haven
Extractions: by Paul Jetter Hurricane Mitch . . . concerned Nazarenes . . . Chiquita banana. These three unlikely partners are the key players in the drama Floods of Compassion, which has a supporting cast of hundreds of extras whom God called to take the stage. Mitch visited Honduras in 1998, devastating the country with torrential rains, monstrous mud slides, and raging floodwaters. Then compassionate Nazarenes and Chiquita banana entered stage right. This narrative begins with tragedy, suspense, and pathos. But when the curtain comes down, the story brims with good will, grace, and hope. ORDER HERE I mpact!
Covenant House New York - Volunteer Your Time Covenant House New York volunteer Department 460 West 41st Street New York MentorOpportunities. have the opportunity to learn all that this young adult has to http://www.covenanthouseny.org/help_volunteer.asp
Extractions: Main What's New Calendar Programs ... How to Help How to Help General Information Make a Donation Volunteers / Mentors Join Our Staff ... Other Options Join our mailing list! Volunteers / Mentors Volunteer Opportunities Every month, more than 300 volunteers and mentors donate over 5,000 hours of service to Covenant House New York Programs. The support of these individuals and groups enables us to provide comprehensive care to over 8,000 youths each year. By assisting the professional staff and offering essential services to our young people, volunteers play an important role in Covenant House New York's success. If you are interested in becoming part of the Covenant House community by volunteering, interning, sending a donation, or simply in more information about Covenant Houses work in New York City, please contact us at 212- 613-0300. Please join us in making a difference in the lives of our young people.
Extractions: The notation (PDF) next to a link indicates that you may download and print the form directly from this page. This requires Adobe Acrobat Reader software. If you do not have this software, click here to download it for free. Please print this application, complete and mail to MSCR, Attn: Sharon Neylon, 3802 Regent Street, Madison, WI 53705. Employment Application - Part Time Employment (PDF) No full time jobs open at this time. Job Title Pay Range Work Dates AQUATICS activities in the area of music for elementary age arts camp participants. Duties include; planning and implementing daily activities and schedules for groups of children, organizing and set-up of space and supplies, general group leadership, ensuring the safety and well being of 60+ campers, and communicating with parents and staff. Must have previous experience working with youth and program leadership in specific program area (music/drama/movement/art). MUST BE AVAILABLE ALL PROGRAM DATES/TIME. Located at Hoyt, Muir or Kennedy Schools. Hoyt site goes until 8/22 all others 8/15
St. Mark Community Center Monday through Friday from 3530 pm volunteer can work 1 Just be a caring adultfriend. Family Programs volunteers needed to teach or assist teachers with the http://www.smccdbq.org/WaysToHelp.cfm?ck=29
United Neighborhood Houses - Jobs including early childhood, youth, adult, immigrant, mental on the following volunteeropportunities please contact The volunteer will receive free training http://www.unhny.org/jobbank/job_detail.cfm?ID=4260
-------CATHOLIC CHARITIES-------- to entertain the gentlemen in its older adult program. volunteer offsite Opportunitiesinclude hosting clothing and household item drives, transporting clients http://www.catholiccharitiesdal.org/volunteering.htm
Extractions: Are you enthusiastic and ready to share your time and talents? Catholic Charities of Dallas, Inc. welcomes individuals, families, schools, companies and other organizations that are willing to work together with us to strengthen families. We recognize that without the generosity of our many volunteers, many of the services we offer to clients would be unavailable. Several of our service opportunities are listed below. If you don't see one that matches what you have in mind, call one of our agencies. Our volunteer coordinators will do their best to match you, your interests and availability with one of our many volunteer opportunities. CALL US IF YOU'D LIKE TO HELP! Brady Center
Volunteer Opportunities AARP Tax Aide volunteer Train to assist elderly with Family Children's ServicesAdult Day Care Ground- Ordnance Museum - Various opportunities- related to http://www.co.ha.md.us/volunteer/
Extractions: Select More than one by using the [Ctrl] key KEY Family Youth Group/Organization Volunteer Connection/RSVP for Harford County and Cecil County is your one stop shop for volunteer opportunities. Our services include maintaining an up-to-date listing of volunteer opportunities in the County (as provided to us), personal knowledge of the sites, and personal attention to your interests, time and talents. We will work with interested persons, of any age, to help you find "just the right" volunteer experience. Our staff is ready to serve YOU. :: Contact Volunteer Connection Today
Library Volunteer Opportunities Do you like varied opportunities and flexible hours? Reading Tutors Tutor an adultlearner to improve volunteer Readers Meet with individuals or groups at http://www.litch.com/library/Volunteers.htm
Volunteers A number of interesting volunteer projects are available assisting with horticulturerelatedopportunities are asked adult Docent Lead adult groups through the http://www.hr.duke.edu/dukegardens/volunteers.html
Extractions: Volunteer Opportunities The Sarah P. Duke Gardens' Volunteer Program was started in the fall of 1991. With this program in place, volunteers play a vital role in helping the staff maintain and improve the Gardens daily. A number of interesting volunteer projects are available. You may want to work on the same project each week or work on a variety of projects. We will be as flexible as possible to provide you with an enriching experience. Interested persons should call the Gardens' Office at 919-668-1705 or firstname.lastname@example.org . The following is a list of opportunities: