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.
This student event is for 4th- through 10th-grade young women. Its focus is to enlighten and spark an interest in careers for women in the STEM fields: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This conference will help young women discover how interesting and fun math and science can be, form personal contacts with women working in traditionally male occupations, and help them meet other young women interested in math and science.
The conference begins with a group welcome and the rest of the day is spent attending workshops presented by women whose careers involve mathematics, science, engineering or technology. These hands-on seminars provide an opportunity for young women to experiment in specific areas of interest, such as engineering or chemistry. Each participant will attend four workshops
Volunteers are needed to help with registration and to guide students to their proper workshops. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please click here and fill out the TCOE volunteer form. For more information on Expanding Your Horizons,click here!
Thank you for the consideration!
The Valley Center for the Blind is seeking a group of volunteers to spearhead efforts to find sponsors and donations to support our signature fundraiser "Dining in the Dark" which happens in the Spring.
Since 1959, the Tulare County Office of Education and the Tulare County Symphony have partnered to bring symphonic music to the students of Tulare County. During the annual Young People's Concerts, students grades 3-6 are treated to a live orchestral performance, coupled with lessons in music history and concert etiquette. Over 9,000 students from across the area attend the performances every year. The Tulare County Young People's Concerts are one of the oldest and largest youth concert programs in the nation. Volunteers for this event will help direct students to their proper seating areas. There will be two concert times and volunteers may sit and watch the first concert and then will be dismissed as the second concert begins.
If interested in this event, please click this link to fill out our volunteer application . To learn more about this event, click here!