Children's Center Classroom Assistant
As a classroom assistant you will help teachers and staff for children from age 6 weeks to 12 years old at Volunteers of America's Children's Center. This opportunity will give you the chance to tutor, read to kids, assist them with art projects, and more. You must be at least 16 years old to volunteer as a classroom assistant.
Clothing/Food Drive Coordinator
You could help Volunteers of America by organizing a clothing or food drive. Donations that you collect will help impoverished individuals and families in local neighborhoods. We'll help get you started by providing informational materials and we'll even pick up the donations when your clothing or food drive is over.
Emergency Food Assistance
Your assistance at Volunteers of America's Emergency Food Pantry will help us distribute food to families and individuals in need.
Life Skills Group Leader
As a life skills group leader you can teach individuals how to search for and obtain employment, interview techniques, resume writing, how to dress appropriately for work, budgeting, healthy meal preparation, and more. The maximum anticipated group size is 10. You must be at least 21 years old to volunteer for this opportunity.
Parenting Skills Group Leader
You can help make a difference by assisting with parent training for individuals as they reintegrate back into the community and reunite with their families. Teach parents how to engage their children in daily interaction and through activities and playtime. The maximum anticipated group size is 10. You must be at least 21 years old to volunteer for this opportunity.
Babysitter for Emergency Family Shelter
Our Emergency Family Shelter is looking for a babysitter for the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM. You would be watching children while their parent or parents attend a special workshop.
Words Travel Volunteer - currently filled
As a Words Travel volunteer you will teach adults how to read children’s stories to their kids as a part of the Words Travel™ program, a collaboration with Scholastic Books. You will work with formally incarcerated individuals who are transitioning back into the community and reuniting with their families as a part of VOA’s Residential Re-entry program.
For more information please contact Nicole Brown at (585) 647-1150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.