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1. American Red Cross Of The National Capital Area: Volunteer Opportunities
opportunities at the Red Cross that will match their interests. Apply. Courses for Life adult Educator. teach basic about our volunteer opportunities please contact Kimberly
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Advanced Search Join the Red Cross team by donating your time and talents. Volunteers are active in every facet of the Chapter's work. Their activities range from program development to fundraising, disaster relief, providing health and safety instruction, and greeting people at the front desk. Our Board of Directors, as well as other professional advisory committees, is made up of volunteers that review Chapter programs, goals and finances while helping us stay in touch with our community. The Chapter has more than 3,700 volunteers reflecting all ages, range of incomes and the diverse community. Our volunteer positions are in the District of Columbia and Fairfax County, VA, making it possible for the Red Cross to touch the lives of thousands of individuals in need in our community. For further information, see our volunteer recruitment procedure Volunteer Positions:
  • Disaster Services
    • Disaster Action Team
      Trained Disaster Volunteers are on call to respond to the scene of a fire or other emergency in order to help provide aid and comfort to disaster victims. The volunteers are on-call on a daytime or evening basis.

2. American Red Cross Of Tompkins County-H&S Volunteer Opportunities
First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor teach a course in adult CPR, Infant Child CPR, or First Aid. Must have current First Aid/CPR/AED certification. Training is provided.

3. Prince Of Peace Online Adult Volunteer Opportunities
Ministry adult volunteer opportunities. Where do your talents fit in? CrossWalk families, are you looking for a fun way to teach your children to serve?

4. Anoka County - Volunteer Opportunities
Jobs - volunteer opportunities. volunteer opportunities adult Probation volunteer. Assist Field Agents Master Gardener volunteer. Provide gardening advice, teach classes, identify

Volunteer Opportunities
Teens - Looking for an opportunity to make a difference? Check out the Youth Advisory Council.
We need volunteers in the following areas:
Thank you for your interest in volunteering. Anoka County Government agencies have a variety of volunteer programs throughout the County to serve its citizens. Volunteers do not replace employees; rather, their efforts add support for County departments and expand services to the Public. Volunteers span a variety of ages, come from diverse backgrounds and have a multitude of skill levels. But they all have one thing in common - they all care about their community.

Who Volunteers?
  • Youth Adults Families Students Groups

Why Volunteer?
Volunteering Benefits You!
  • Discover a new talent Explore career options Gain personal satisfaction Enjoy socialization Be an active part of your community Learn new skills
Volunteering Benefits the County!

5. Volunteer Center Greene County -- Volunteer Opportunities
listed alphabetically, N Z Please contact us to find out more information about the volunteer opportunities listed. Opportunity House provides shelter to homeless male, female and children of Greene County and surrounding counties. Roby adult Center provides activities for seniors (55 years of age range of volunteer opportunities. volunteers are needed to coach team sports, referee games, teach classes, serve
Volunteer Center Greene County
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Volunteer Opportunities
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opportunities by category
Please contact us to find out more information about the volunteer opportunities listed. Opportunity House provides shelter to homeless male, female and children of Greene County and surrounding counties. The shelter is looking for a receptionist to answer the phone at the office located on the premises of the shelter. Volunteers are needed to help at the shelter in putting "care" packages together for the clients and to help prepare meals. The Opportunity Thrift store could use assistance folding and sorting clothing. Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP ) aims to mobilize senior citizens into the mainstream and keep them active in the community through volunteer service. The program encompasses and utilizes volunteers from eight counties: Greene, Jefferson, Johnson, Carter, Washington, Sullivan, Hawkins and Unicoi. Roby Adult Center provides activities for seniors (55 years of age and over) Monday through Friday. Center activities include working out in their gym, quilting projects, and repairing furniture in the woodshop, and making ceramics and other crafts.

6. Utah Adult Education And Literacy Programs And Volunteer Opportunities
Look at this list of literacy programs which includes descriptions and available opportunities at various locations throughout the state. adult Basic Education, and other literacy services. volunteer opportunities volunteers are needed to help teach ESL.
    Utah Adult Education Adult Ed. Programs With Literacy Volunteers Volunteer Opportunities
The following is a list of Utah literacy programs that use volunteers. Descriptions of these programs and volunteer opportunities are included. If you require more information about Utah literacy programs that use volunteers or if you would like to volunteer please e-mail or call (800) 451-9500 BOX ELDER Brigham City: The Literacy Program
26 East Forest Brigham City, UT 84302
Telephone: (801) 723-5850 or (801) 723-6542
Contact: Claudia Oyler
Brgham City Library 771 N 100 W Rm 203
Brigham City, UT 84302
Telephone: (801) 723-6542
Contact: Tabbie Mayne Program Description: The Literacy Program sponsored by the Brigham City Library provides one-on-one tutoring for low-level readers of all ages including English as a Second Language students. Adults are served in numerous locations including: libraries, senior centers, banks, churches, and other locations throughout Box Elder County. Tutoring services for children are available through in-school tutoring programs and at the Lincoln Center. In school tutoring includes the "I Can Read" program for 1st - 3rd graders and a literacy skills class for high school students. After school tutoring takes place at the Lincoln Center.

7. Opportunities
Cross Certification is required to teach First Aid adult Registration Form in PDFformat located on about these and other volunteer opportunities, contact Girl
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES For you, the adult volunteer, Girl Scouting will mean an opportunity to shape the future by sharing a part of yourself with the individuals who will become tomorrow’s leaders. You’ll experience the present more fully by looking at the world through the eyes of a child. And you’ll feel good knowing that you are making a difference. Review the volunteer opportunities below and find the one that’s just right for you! Date: 9/13/02 Your Name: Sarah Sternweis POSITION: Troop Leader FOR: Outreach Specialist DATES OR DATE RANGE: 2002-2003 School Year TIME IF KNOWN: Any day after school- scheduling would be discussed with troop site and leader. MEETING PLACE: (general area e.g. Hawthorne school neighborhood, or South Park St. area) East Madison Community Center, Will-Mar Community Center Allied Community Center and Southdale Neighborhood. DESCRIPTION: Share your love for fun and adventure by delivering the Girl Scout program to girls who attend area community centers. You must be 18 yrs of age, have experience working with school-aged children and committed to working professionally with girls from diverse racial, cultural, religious and socio economic backgrounds.

8. College Of Extended Programs - Towson University -Towson, MD
volunteer opportunities. Senior Cyber Net is a Towsonsponsored project that trains older adult volunteers to teach

9. Hennepin County Volunteer Opportunities - Public Safety Facility
Men and women to teach writing skills, job Days available to volunteer are Mondaythrough Friday day Hennepin County Sheriff’s Officeadult Detention Center.
Hennepin County, MN
WANTED Volunteers Volunteers at the Hennepin County Adult Detention share their time and talents in a variety of ways. Readers for the Tree house reading. Read, color and interact with children between the ages of 1 year to 7 years old during social visiting hours. Social Visiting hours are Monday-Friday 8:30-10:00 am and Saturday through Sunday 7:00-9:00 PM. Women to provide Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to female inmates. Days available are Monday through Friday during business hours. Men and women to led inmates in discussion of current events/current news topics. Looking for men or women with art skills and knowledge to teach inmates beginning level art techniques using colored pencils and watercolor paints. Days available to volunteer are Monday through Friday during business hours. Male volunteers are needed to provide religious study classes. Call 612-596-8089 for more details. Days available to volunteer are Monday through Friday day and evening hours. Men and women to tutor male and female inmates to improve basic math and reading skills. Days available to volunteer are Monday through Friday during business hours.

10. Volunteer Opportunities-DL21C
volunteer opportunities. The library offers many rewarding opportunities for youth and adult volunteers. teachERS teach web based classes or provide additional lessons for your
democratic leadership for the 21st century Volunteer Opportunities Become an iMentor! iMentor is a new non-profit Internet-based mentoring program. Working with schools and community-based youth development agencies, iMentor identifies eighth through twelfth graders from low-income neighborhoods in New York City and matches them with volunteer adult mentors according to their career interests. Through frequent email communication, on-line activities, and occasional group events, iMentor:
  • Provides students from underserved communities with caring adult mentors; Encourages students to explore their career interests, learn about professional opportunities they previously may not have considered, and expand their conceptions of what they can accomplish; Gives busy professionals an effective and flexible way to volunteer with children.
iMentor's Mission Program Overview
  • When these activities are complete, groups of mentors and mentees come together to share what they have learned with each other, their classmates, parents, and school staffs in twice-a-year Portfolio Exhibitions. iMentor also schedules a few group social events each year to provide mentors and mentees an opportunity to interact in person in a safe, supervised environment.

11. Volunteer Opportunities
WANTED Contact Jill for volunteer opportunities. and Youth, web site technician,publication volunteer, health and to teach Red Cross CPR (adult, infant and
Programs Student Coordinators Calendar of Events ... Viterbo Home Page
A Place of Grace Catholic Worker House , 919 Hood Street (just 3 blocks south of Viterbo)
WANTED: help prepare and serve meals, clean-up, play with children, talk with guests and general hospitality. Tuesdays, “craft night” with the children, meals are Sundays 2-4, Tuesdays 4:30-6:30, Thursdays 4:30-6:30. Hospitality hours: Sun 1-5, Tues 1-7, Wed 1-5, Thurs 1-7.
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin , Meredith Wittkopp, 785-9866
WANTED: Contact the Center for more information on volunteer opportunities. Alzheimer’s Association – La Crosse Regional Office , Laura Moriarty 794-5011 WANTED: office assistant to help with mailings, typing, etc. American Cancer Society , Karee Munson, 783-5000 ext 22 WANTED: volunteers to help promote programs in 9 county areas, help with Relay for Life activities throughout the year. American Heart Association , Jill Beaulieu, 784-4020 WANTED: Contact Jill for volunteer opportunities.

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volunteer opportunities at Playing2Win. Assist with adult Classes Playing2Win needsvolunteers to help develop and teach a variety of adult classes.
Volunteer Opportunities at Playing2Win Assist during Adult/Youth Access Hours Five days each week (Tuesday-Saturday 5:30-7:30) we offer access hours for adults and youth. During these hours, members of Playing2Win can use the computers to work on projects of their own. We are looking for volunteers who can help during these hours by answering basic application questions, helping problem-solve, and teaching members basic computer skills. Access Hours are from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and 3:00-6:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Assist with Adult Classes Playing2Win needs volunteers to help develop and teach a variety of adult classes. We will offer a variety of classes, including Introduction to the Internet, word processing, databases, Excel, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Director, programming, resume writing, web design, graphic design, etc. The Playing2Win staff will work with volunteers to develop a curriculum that focuses on giving the students the skills with which to become independent computer users and advance their careers. Community Day Playing2Win hosts a Community Day event at least two to three times a year. This day is very important because it acts as both an Open House and a celebration. Students show the work that they have produced in class, and major community recruitment is done on that day. We need volunteers to play music, donate food, organize talent to be showcased, recruit new members, and help advertise the event.

13. Metromix | A Chicago Entertainment And Restaurant Guide - Give And Get
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... Submit info PARTNERS ... get in the holiday spirit feedback E-mail to a friend Give and get Show you care by volunteering By Jennifer Vanasco Volunteering by yourself or with a group of friends is a great way to give back to your community during the holiday season and the rest of the year. Plus, it's also a great way to meet new people. Here's how and where you can contribute: AIDS Care. The wellness center at this residential care facility is primarily run by volunteers. Help in the kitchen, at the front desk, in the wellness center or with special events. You can also learn how to educate groups on AIDS awareness and prevention. Contact Jim Foster at 773-935-4663. Alden-Lincoln Park Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. Volunteer your musical talents and entertain the resident seniors at this 96-bed nursing home. Call Henry Izquierdo at 773-281-6200. Anti-Cruelty Society.

14. Harbor House Ministries - Volunteers
volunteer opportunities for 20022003 volunteer hours are teach or tutor adult English-languagestudents in sewing, quilting, personal finance, or basic
Volunteer Opportunities
For contact information for volunteer opportunities: Getting started
Volunteer Opportunities

Current, Short-term Projects

Group Activities
Long Term Urban Ministry Training and Internships

Volunteer hours are flexible with an estimated time commitment of:
  • Programs summer or 6 month commitment for 2 hours/week Professional advising 2 hour/month
  • Group project to prepare backyard, assemble and set up a play structure
  • Contact: James Wheeler
  • Use your artistic skills to draw ESL classroom materials
  • Contact: Joanna Hill
  • Organize and catalog library for children and youth Contact: Rebecca Ruff
  • One day : Find out about Harbor House's programs and assist with light construction, landscaping, and building maintenance; organize and clean ministry space; sort donated clothing; or assist with computer inventory, set-up, and trouble shooting. Contact: James Wheeler One day : Present a workshop, activity or organize a field trip for
    Children in grades 1-5: Mon or Wed 3:30-6 p.m., Saturdays

15. Guide To Adult Volunteerism At Flat Rock
adult volunteer opportunities for 2003. volunteer opportunities for adults. TrailGuide/teacher (click on link for details) teach students nature lessons outside
Flat Rock Brook's Volunteer Central Adult Volunteer Opportunities for 2003 Volunteer Opportunities for Adults Trail Guide/Teacher (click on link for details)
Teach students nature lessons outside on the trails spring and fall weekdays
Weekend Greeter/Docent
(click on link for details)
Help the staff with mailings and office projects
FRB Gardener
(click on link for details)
Join our gardeners and help maintain our native plant gardens
Critter Crafter
(click on link for details)
Learn to craft holiday decorations for Flat Rock and yourself
Office Work/Mailings
Help the staff with mailings and office projects.
Special Events Assist at events such as the December Holiday Sale and Spring Nature Day Trail Work Assist our ranger on occasional trail projects. Physical labor, but not difficult. Land Management Research Projects Assist in water studies, animal and plant inventories Committee Members Various committees need members to help in planning and projects. Children and Family Programs Assist with programs, crafts, photography and registration.

16. October Volunteer Opportunities - Almanac, Vol. 47, No. 6, 10/3/2000
League of Philadelphia has numerous volunteer opportunities throughout the the West/Southwestcommunity. volunteer to teach in the adult Basic Education
Dear Penn Community, Because we strive to be good neighbors, Penn Volunteers In Public Service (Penn VIPS) posts a list of volunteer opportunities. These opportunities are developed from the many requests we get from the surrounding community to be partners in a particular initiative and/or sometimes to provide assistance. Recently, Penn VIPS conducted its Annual School Supplies Drive. Once again, the event was quite successful due to your generosity. We were able to donate needed school supplies to area community service agencies, local after-school programs and to families. Your generosity is appreciated. If you would like to volunteer for any of the following programs, please let me know via e-mail ( Isabel Sampson-Mapp, Associate Director, Faculty, Staff and Alumni Volunteer Services; Director, Penn Volunteers In Public Service, Center for Community Partnerships
October Volunteer Opportunities
The Second National Conference Preventing Crime in the Black Community: October 5-7, at the Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Honorable Anthony H. Williams, The Honorable Mike Fisher, The Honorable Hardy Williams and the Organized Anti-Crime Community Network. Volunteer to help with logistics, hand out packets and register guests for all or part of the conference.

17. Volunteer Opportunities
Tutor in our adult Education Program – Individuals with summer activities – Individualsvolunteer to help teach a Computer Class – Individuals needed to Opportunities.htm
TASK is in the center of Trenton
72½ Escher Street
PO Box 872, Trenton, NJ 08605
Tel: Fax:
Staff Directory
TASK's Note Announcements ... Current News South Trenton Soup Kitchen Now Open.....See Current News! Volunteers Urgently Needed.....See Announcements!
How can you help?
There are many ways you can help us in our service. You can give money or donate food or other needed items or volunteer your time: Meal service – You or your organization can help prepare and serve a meal as often or as little as convenient. Children must be 13 years of age or older. Wrap plastic ware –
Prepare children's dinner bags – These consist of Bumblebee or Star-Kist tuna or chicken salad with crackers or individual can of spaghetti or ravioli in sauce, juice box, dessert, individual can of fruit, plastic fork and napkin
Sponsor a meal – Your group can furnish a complete meal for TASK. This would include your providing the funds to purchase the food, sending a group to prepare and serve on the day of your choice. Sponsor a holiday event – Your organization can provide goodie bags to be distributed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, or Halloween.

18. Volunteer Opportunities Nashua NH
volunteer opportunities as in the Nashua Telegraph. American Red Cross will trainthree potential instructors to teach adult, infant and child cardiopulmonary
Volunteer Opportunities as in the Nashua Telegraph
American Cancer Society is looking for volunteers in Greater Nashua to drive patients to and from local treatments. Commitments are flexible. Call Jack Kelly at 880-4083. American Red Cross will train three potential instructors to teach adult, infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation, basic first aid and various children's programs eight hours per week. Bilingual instructor also needed. Call Jane Rockwood at 889-6664. American Textile History Museum in Lowell is seeking volunteers to help with special exhibits, the textile learning center, development, marketing, administration, and other areas. Training provided. Contact Cindy Bernstein at 978-441-0400, ext. 251, on the web
Day Away Program , sponsored by St. John Neumann Church, needs volunteers to offer attention to adults in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. Training is provided; commitment is two to four hours per month. Call Kathy Hopkins at 880-4689.
Earth Team seeks people interested in protecting natural resources. Various duties will be assigned depending on skills and interests, such as presenting educational programs, writing for newsletter, developing information sheets and data entry. Hours are flexible. Call Naomi Southwick at 673-2409, Ext. 4.

19. Arlington County Volunteer Office Main Page
AS A volunteer, you have opportunities to Tutor a child; Be a hot line listener;teach an adult to read; Provide information; Answer telephones;
Human Services See also: This Month's Volunteer Picks Donations Calendar of Special Events COMMUNITY HERO AWARDS PDF James B. Hunter Volunteer Excellence Award PDF Who should volunteer How to volunteer For Agencies Only Our outstanding volunteers ... Contact us
THE MISSION of the Arlington County Volunteer Office is to promote volunteerism and advocate for active volunteer participation in the community in order to meet community needs and enrich the lives of Arlingtonians. WE WELCOME the opportunity to help you find a volunteer activity to suit your needs and your schedule. Here you can find out about the benefits of volunteering and about the many different kinds of opportunities that are awaiting you:
Teen opportunities

Group and family opportunities

One-time event opportunities

Specialty opportunities
Opportunities for Spanish-speakers

You can even apply online
WE ALSO SERVE as a resource to the community by:
  • maintaining volunteer job listings from hundreds of non-profit and government agencies
  • publishing a monthly press release highlighting volunteer opportunities
  • providing technical consultation to agencies or groups who wish to develop or improve their volunteer programs
  • collecting and sharing publications, articles, and information on volunteering and volunteer management

20. Indy Reads - Opening Doors Through Literacy
We bring together dedicated adult learners and committed, well a worthy cause youcan teach someone to Other volunteer opportunities If you like to do office
YOU Can Make A Difference ! Calendar of Events Volunteer Opportunities Literacy Links E-Mail Indy Reads ... Home Think about it....
Reading a story to your child. Writing a check. Following a recipe. Understanding a medicine label. Enjoying a good book. For most of us, these are activities we do every day - almost without thinking. But for someone who doesn't know how to read, these "simple" tasks can be major obstacles. Living with limited reading skills can affect an individual's health, safety, well being, self-esteem and quality of life. Adult literacy problems affect every community - even Marion County. Literacy is not just a personal issue. It touches all of us in one way or another. Consider the following:
  • In Marion County 19 percent of the adult population more than 100,000 people read at the lowest level of literacy. Sixteen percent of adults in Indiana read at this level. The National Institute for Literacy estimates that illiteracy costs businesses and taxpayers $225 billion each year in productivity due to employees' lack of basic skills. The literacy levels of children are very closely linked to the educational levels of their parents - especially their mothers.

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