We are anonprofit volunteer management organization. We address community needs by coordinating volunteer opportunities for individuals from all walks of life. We partner with a wide range of community service organizations and government agencies to tackle issues like homelessness, hunger, education, animal welfare, environmental challenges, and so much more.
Whether you're interested in one-time volunteer opportunities or making a long-term commitment, we have a way for YOU to give back to your community.
On March 9, 2019, the Tulare County Office of Education will host the Fifth Annual STEAM Expo. TCOE values meaningful, relevant educational opportunities that prepare students for college, career, and life. This event is designed to engage students and families in learning about educational and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
The STEAM Expo provides students with fun, engaging activities to build knowledge about STEAM, including a Science & Engineering Fair, Coding Activities, Robotics Activities & Exhibition, Hands-On Art Activities and MakerSpace. Participants, coaches and the public attend speaker talks and visit vendor and exhibitor booths during the STEAM Expo.
This event is open to the public in an "open house" type of format.
Volunteers with a science background will be needed to judge the science fair and review 20-30 student projects and interview students about their project.
Additional volunteers (no educational background required) will be needed to assist in the Maker Space area. Volunteers will be provided a training the morning of the event along with a continental breakfast and lunch. To learn more about this event, click here!
We look forward to working with you!
Bristol Hospice is seeking new volunteers to join our team in dedicating their time and compassion to patients that are in their end stages of life. We consider volunteer "Angels on assignment" and are in need of volunteers to provide the following:
Patient Family Service Volunteer: Provide various forms of assistance to patients, such as; reading and writing for patient, sitting at bedside to provide companionship to patient, and or caregiver relief for families.
Anyone who would like to volunteer their time in extracurricular activities such as, knitting, crafting and baking for our patients.
Office Service Volunteer: Assist in clerical work
Veteran to Veteran Support: Veterans to share their time and experiences with other Verterans that are on service.
Are you looking for a front desk volunteer opportunity?
Well look no further, HandsOn Central California is looking for volunteers for the front desk. We are looking for someone who is motivated and greets clients in a friendly and professional manner. Job duties include: operating a multi-line phone, maintaining call records, providing basic information about the organization and directing clients to the appropriate department.
2 Shifts Available:
Monday: 8AM-NOON; NOON-4PM
Tuesday: 8AM-NOON; NOON-4PM
Wednesday: 8AM-NOON; NOON-4PM
Thursday: 8AM-NOON; NOON-4PM
Friday: 8AM-NOON; NOON-3PM
Benefits: The opportunity to directly help and support clients and volunteers The opportunity to build your résumé by gaining job-related skills and experience The opportunity to access other HandsOn community projects, workshops and events Meeting new people and feel more connected to your community Be part of a supportive and positive volunteering environment Staff Support and Communication.
Front Desk Volunteers have access to ongoing staff support and resources throughout their volunteer term. Staff are available to problem-solve and share ideas around any challenges they may experience, as well as to make connections to program and services beyond HandsOn. Staff will meet with volunteers on a minimum regular basis. Information about sharing about opportunities, volunteer workshops and events are also available.
Please contact us at 559-237-3101 for more information or email Sonia Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org