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Tutoring and Mentoring Volunteer Opportunities
ABE/GED Tutor Classroom Aide
Volunteer for minimum of 2 hours a week for 12 to 24 weeks, Assist Metro North Adult Basic Education teachers at one of several sites in the Northern Metro: Blaine, Centennial, Columbia Heights, Elk River, Forest Lake, St Francis. Work under supervising instructor with low to advanced ABE students. Training is provided.
Adult Ed. Tutor- Family Literacy Program (New Hope)
Project for Pride in Living's Family Literacy Program improves educational and employment outcomes for low-income families and new immigrants. Work 1:1 or in small groups with adults practicing English, studying for the GED, job-searching online, or doing homework. Tues and Thurs evenings. Training starts Jan 23. Background check required.
Inspire and Mentor youth; kindergarten through12th Grade with Junior Achievement
JAUM strives to provide innovation, fundamental learning opportunities, preparing students grade K-12 for a lifetime of success. Volunteers help students understand financial literacy, entrepreneurship and career readiness skills. No matter what your profession your time and talent is needed within classrooms across the Twin Cities.
Case Manager Assistant
Provide weekly to monthly case management to families living in Perspectives Supportive Housing Program of St. Louis Park to achieve the family goal of acquiring permanent housing. This includes setting individual family goal plans to address their obstacles to permanent housing, chemical health issues, mental health issues, and financial issues.
Patient & Family Support Hospice Volunteer
Provide support such as running errands, caregiver relief, support during a patient's last days/hours, and emotional support to patients and their families with HealthPartners Hospice & Palliative Care. Requires 24-hour of training, a background check, and two references. Training is Thursday mornings, 9am - 12noon in Bloomington: January 5, 12, 19, 26, and February 2, 9, 16, 23.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Bell Choir Volunteer
Ebenezer Minneapolis Campus is seeking a Bell Choir volunteer to help gather residents and then to assist their residents in participating in the activity on Thursdays 3:30-4:45pm.
Twin Cities Pride in Minneapolis is looking for someone to assist with marketing activities related to the Twin Cities Pride Festival. If you are detail-oriented and looking for experience working with various media, including print, electronic and social, this is the opportunity for you. Can be done from their office or your home/school location after orientation.
Animal Care Crew
Help wild animals recover from injuries or illnesses! Assist with cleaning cages and feeding animals. Learn the husbandry behind wildlife rehabilitation at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota in Roseville. Choose one shift: Sun-Sat, AM or PM. Shifts are typically 4 hrs in length.
Board Service-Become a non-profit board member
Are you looking for: a meaningful way to give back to your community? opportunities to use your management expertise? experiences that enhance your leadership potential? networking opportunities? These are some of the benefits of serving on a nonprofit board. Check MAP for Nonprofits website to see the list of board vacancies in the metro area. www.mapfornonprofits.org
Coordinate the distribution of Rein in Sarcoma informational materials with sarcoma medical clinics and other support establishments. Rein in Sarcoma is based in St Paul.