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Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Volunteer - Supporting Youth

Pencil Collector
All you need to do is collect new pencils (any type) from friends, families or local organizations who might want to hold a pencil drive. Cheerful Givers of Eagan will include all pencils in birthday gift bags for children living in poverty on their birthday.

Scholars Program Tutor/Mentor - S. Mpls.

Project for Pride in Living, Inc.'s Family Literacy Program improves educational and employment outcomes for low-income families and new immigrants. Volunteers work with youth on reading, homework, and skill-building activities in Minneapolis. 2-6 hrs a week Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays in the evening starting on February 6. Training provided.

Help a Young Person in Your Community Flourish, Be a Study Buddy in Edina
As a Study Buddy, you'll be matched one-to-one with a student whom you'll meet with weekly for 90 minutes on-site at CommonBond in Edina. Help complete homework and build academic skills. You'll also build a trusting friendship, and provide support that student might not otherwise have. Should be comfortable working with basic math and English.

Make a Meal for Homeless Youth
Prepare dinner for youth staying at Lutheran Social Service's Safe House, a thirty day emergency shelter in St Paul for homeless youth ages 16-20. Prepare and drop off meals for 8 adults 7:30pm Monday-Friday or 6:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Meal options are endless, BBQ's, burgers and brats, or pizza are possibilities.

MEP Mentor
Mentor a group of college-bound students in the Saint Paul Public Schools' Multicultural Excellence Program (MEP). Mentors should be members of the business community or currently enrolled in college. Encourage Students to complete high school and seek higher education. Share career and education experiences.
Volunteer Opportunities Supporting Seniors:

Volunteer with a Dancing Heart
Kairos Dance Theatre is seeking volunteers for their Dancing Heart workshops in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Bloomington, Burnsville, Red Wing and Lake City. People who enjoy creative collaboration, love to laugh, and enjoy dance or music theater storytelling and are able to work with older adults, some with physical disabilities and/or memory loss. Requires background check and training.

Friendship and Flowers Visitor
Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly (LBFE) is seeking volunteers for its "Friendship and Flowers" program. Volunteers deliver flowers, treat bags, and a short visit to isolated and home-bound older adults in Hennepin and Ramsey counties. Visits occur on the 3rd Saturday morning of each month, for 2-3 hours each time. Families and individuals are welcome to participate.

Friendship Volunteer
Work with Neighbors, Inc. of South St Paul and develop a one-on-one relationship with an elderly neighbor in the community who is unable to leave their home. Neighbors vary in age and physical health and abilities. Requires a one-year commitment and two hours each week. Must pass a background check, a reference check, and 2 screening interviews.


Other Volunteer Opportunities

Data Collection, Management and Reporting
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is seeking a professional candidate(s) to review and potentially overhaul their internal data collection, management and reporting in Minneapolis. Phase I - Review and Enhance Current Reports Process. Phase II - Collect, Analyze and Report Data. Requires database and survey experience.

Correctional Facilities Management Intern
Hennepin County Adult Corrections Facility Intern Program in Plymouth includes an orientation, working behind the scenes and helping to create, plan, implement and maintain a new management maintenance integrated software program. Work alongside staff in all aspects of building maintenance. Two days a week (14 hrs) starting at 8 am.

Mark Your Calendar! Activities & Events to go to

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On-Campus Activities! Involvement and Learning About Renting a Place to Live

Renters' Forum begin today
These tenant workshops address students' issues and concerns when renting off-campus housing. Renters' Forums are available through early February and are located at various residence halls on campus. For location details, click here.

Spring Activities Fair
Wondering how to get involved on campus or which University of Minnesota registered student group to join? Visit the Spring Activities Fair on January 31 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to learn about student groups and involvement opportunities available for students. Participation and attendance are free!


Put These Events on Your Calendar!

U of M Job & Internship Fair
Job and Internship Fair is on Thursday, February 23, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Minneapolis Convention Center. Don't miss the biggest student career fair in Minnesota with more than 200 organizations present! Visit www.umjobfair.org to learn more, register, and get preparation tips. The Fair is open to all U of M undergraduates, graduate students, and recent alumni. Cost is $10 if you pre-register or $25 on the day of the fair. Free transportation will be provided from campus.

2012 CTS Transportation Career Expo
Tuesday, February 28, 4:30-7:15 p.m., Great Hall, Coffman Union. Meet employers hiring interns and full-time employees for the transportation field. A transportation panel will proceed the job fair to discuss strategies to apply for positions. Open to students from all University of Minnesota Campuses! Learn more...

Employment & Leadership Opportunities

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U of M African American and African Studies
The department is searching for a new Outreach Coordinator. For more information and/or to submit an application, please visit the U of M online employment system page or GoldPass and use Requisition# 99863

Girls Scouts have a temporary employment opportunity at their MOA store and kiosk. Store opens early February through the end of the Great Girl Gathering March 11. Get the details: click here.

Applications are now being accepted for summer internships through the STEP-UP program. Hurry up! The deadline is Feb. 3rd!

University of Minnesota Disability Services
Disability Services believes that disability is a difference and that working collaboratively across human differences improves services and outcomes and is personally rewarding. This belief informs our mission, "Advancing Access for Everyone."

If you share this philosophy and are seeking to make a difference in the lives of students with disabilities and would like to be a part of maximizing the potential for all that the University can be, please consider the new staff openings in Disability Services Student Services at www.umn.edu/ohr/ Requisition Numbers #176170 and # 176171.

Disability Services is part of the Office for Equity and Diversity at the University of Minnesota.

Become a 2012 MCAE Multicultural Kickoff Ambassador!!!
The Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (MCAE) hosts a two-day Multicultural Kickoff (MKO), which helps incoming first-year students make a successful transition to college by building community and identifying academic and cultural supports on campus. This year, the Multicultural Kickoff begins Tuesday, August 28 and concludes Wednesday, August 29 before Welcome Week begins.

MKO is looking for outgoing and enthusiastic current students to serve as MKO Ambassadors during the event. Ambassadors will work in pairs to lead a small group of freshman throughout the event. Ambassadors should be knowledgeable about on-campus resources for multicultural students and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. Upon completion of the MKO Ambassador program, students will receive a $200.00 stipend. Students are expected to attend an April information session, training sessions on Friday, August 24th and Monday, August 27th (including move-in), and must be present for the entire Multicultural Kickoff on Tuesday, August 28th and Wednesday, August 29th, 2012.

For all details and to apply, please visit: http://z.umn.edu/mkoapply. Priority deadline is Friday, February 3rd, and the final deadline is Friday, February 17th. Apply today!

For questions, please email MKO Coordinator, Jasmine Omorogbe at jasmineo@umn.edu.


Apply to be a Welcome Week Leader!
As a Welcome Week Leader, you will get to develop your personal leadership on campus leading a group of first-year students.You will also meet great people throughout the process, get lots of free food, cool t-shirts, and you will make an impact on the Class of 2016.

To learn a little bit more about this opportunity, talk to somebody in person. Visit us at one of our tables on the ground floor of Coffman between 10am - 2pm on any of the following dates:

o Tuesday, January 31
o Thursday February 2
o Monday February 6
o Wednesday, February 8
o Friday February 10

Stop by to chat and get some hot cocoa during any of the following events:

o Tuesday, February 7, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at Middlebrook Hall
o Thursday, February 9, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at Territorial Hall
o Monday, February 13, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at Frontier Hall
o Tuesday, February 14, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at Comstock Hall
o Thursday, February 16, 11am-1pm at Northrop Plaza

Applications are online at www.ofyp.umn.edu/wwl and due February 22.

If you have any questions feel free to give us a call at (612) 624-1979 or check out
our website at www.ofyp.umn.edu/wwl for more information.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Volunteer Opportunities Supporting Youth


Tutors needed at Battle Creek Middle School

Battle Creek Middle School is looking for volunteers ages 16 and up to spend at least one hour a week during the school day assisting a student to improve their math and literacy skills. Work alongside a teacher with one or two students that are struggling. Tutors are supported by a St Paul Public School Foundation volunteer coordinator.

Gift Cart Attendant
The Women's General Auxiliary to Shriners Hospital for Children in Minneapolis need Gift Cart attendants Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m. to sell gift items to hospital visitors. May work one or more shifts. 1-2 people per shift is welcome.


Free Arts Mentors

Free Arts Minnesota offers individual opportunities which place volunteers at one of 30 partnering organizations across the metropolitan area. Serve on a mentor team with 3 to 5 other volunteers and provide one hour per week of creative arts activities to children. Mentors must make a one year commitment. Training and on-going support provide by Free Arts Minnesota.

Physically Active Volunteer Opportunities

Domestic Animal Care Volunteer
The Wildcat Sanctuary in Sandstone needs volunteers to help clean and provide enrichment for domestic cats and dogs. Volunteers will be trained and shadow staff members on all procedures. Requires dedication, rabies vaccination, 1 year commitment, and ongoing training to become familiar with the animal and their requirements at the Sanctuary.

Volunteer Expo Set Up Team
Volunteer at the seventh annual HandsOn Twin Cities Volunteer Expo in Bloomington from 7:15 am to 10:00 am on Saturday, February 18, 2012! Help set up the booths and signage. Assist participating non-profit agencies with carrying supplies and set-up when they arrive at Mall of America. This is a physically active volunteer opportunity, and great for groups!


Other Volunteer Opportunities

Meal Group
Provide a Saturday or Sunday evening meal for shelter guests, staff, and volunteers at St. Stephen's Human Services in Minneapolis. Plan, purchase, prepare and serve a meal for 50-55 people. Prepare meals offsite and arrive at 7:00 for serving at 7:15 or 7:30 with cleanup afterwards. A group of 4-6 people is best, 10 is the max. Try once and then commit to 3-6 more.


Interpreter of Career Assessment Results

WomenVenture in St Paul is seeking a volunteer familiar with career development processes. Deliver interpretations of: MBTI Step II, Strong Interest Inventory, and Strengths Finder. Experience required; if interpreting MBTI, need to be certified. Three to four month commitment - at least twice a month. Daytime or evening hours. No weekend times.


Neighborhood Family Partner

The Neighborhood Family Partner (NFP) Program matches volunteers with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity families to help new homebuyers become successful homeowners. This is a commitment of one year or longer to provide advice on home ownership. Must visit the family four times to complete a questionnaire and maintenance reminder checklist provided by Habitat.


Enjoy Reading? Volunteer to read to others

Vision Loss Resources needs you to help a visually impaired person remain independent by reading with them in their home, for 1 to 2 hours once or twice a month. Materials ranging from mail to magazines, newsletters and newspapers. Flexible hours and reimbursement for travel expenses is available. Volunteers needed in the south and east metro.

Clerical Assistant
Volunteers of America of MN -- RSVP/Experience Corps in Minneapolis seeks a Clerical Assistant to proof, edit, and print newsletters. Run Access reports and create spreadsheet summary reports. Other duties as needed. Must be 18 and have strong MS-Office skills, be able to read and write English, and have reliable transportation.

Prep Workshops for Job Fairs + Virtual Job Fair + Careers in Law

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Job Fair Preparation Sessions for Diverse Students

Learn how a job fair works including what to expect, how to talk to employers what to wear, what to bring and more!
- Disabled Students - Friday, February 3, 12:00pm - 1:00pm, DSCC 2nd Floor Coffman Union
- Multicultural Students - Tuesday, February 7, 4:00pm - 5:00pm, 230 STSS
- International Students - Thursday, February 16, 5:00pm-6:30pm, 140 Nolte Hall

Can't make it to one of these sessions? View the online job fair preparation workshop instead!

Virtual Career Fair

Register NOW (until Jan. 24th)

Explore the Employers List to see if there is a company you are just dying to "meet."

Please note that on JANUARY 25-26, 2012: International Students will Meet recruiters live online..It's easy!

All types of majors for all kinds of roles, i.e. Engineering, HR, Business, Marketing, Sales, Finance, IT, Science, & More

Careers in Law Forum

When: February 29, 2012
Where: Willey Hall Atrium
Time: 12:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m.

Stop by to learn about law schools, law-related career options, as well as volunteer and internship opportunities. You can talk with representatives from law schools, paralegal organizations, governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, and test prep services.

Stop by anytime during the event. You do not need to register in advance to attend. More information is available here: http://www.clacareer.umn.edu/events_misc/Law_Forum.html

Prep Workshops for Job Fairs + Virtual Job Fair + Careers in Law

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Job Fair Preparation Sessions for Diverse Students

Learn how a job fair works including what to expect, how to talk to employers what to wear, what to bring and more!
- Disabled Students - Friday, February 3, 12:00pm - 1:00pm, DSCC 2nd Floor Coffman Union
- Multicultural Students - Tuesday, February 7, 4:00pm - 5:00pm, 230 STSS
- International Students - Thursday, February 16, 5:00pm-6:30pm, 140 Nolte Hall

Can't make it to one of these sessions? View the online job fair preparation workshop instead!

Virtual Career Fair

Register NOW (until Jan. 24th)

Explore the Employers List to see if there is a company you are just dying to "meet."

Please note that on JANUARY 25-26, 2012: International Students will Meet recruiters live online..It's easy!

All types of majors for all kinds of roles, i.e. Engineering, HR, Business, Marketing, Sales, Finance, IT, Science, & More

Careers in Law Forum

When: February 29, 2012
Where: Willey Hall Atrium
Time: 12:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m.

Stop by to learn about law schools, law-related career options, as well as volunteer and internship opportunities. You can talk with representatives from law schools, paralegal organizations, governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, and test prep services.

Stop by anytime during the event. You do not need to register in advance to attend. More information is available here: http://www.clacareer.umn.edu/events_misc/Law_Forum.html

Native American Internship

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The Native American Research Internship

Want a dynamic summer research opportunity? If you are a Native American Undergraduate Junior and Senior student who is interested in Health Science research - this internship is for you!

Located at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is a 10-week, paid summer internship, funded by the National Institutes of Health.
- Focus: to provide Native American students an outstanding laboratory or clinically based research experience working alongside world class research faculty at the University of Utah.
- Goal: to support the academic, career, and personal development of Native American students who are interested in Health Science careers.

Each student will participate in approximately 40 hours/week of internship activities. Approximately 30 hours/week will be for research related activities, and approximately 10 hours/week will be for academic/professional development.

You will work closely with research mentors as well as Native American faculty and staff mentors, develop meaningful relationships within the Health Science and Native American research communities, attend a Native American Health conference, and have opportunities to shadow physicians at their clinical practice.

Students will also gain insightful knowledge in the areas of: graduate/medical school preparation, career development, additional academic opportunities, community engagement, professionalism, creating scientific posters, and presenting research material. Additionally, students who successfully complete a summer internship have the option of participating again during the following summer, essentially being able to participate for two summers.

The Native American Research Internship provides students a stipend as well as housing at the University of Utah. Both University of Utah students and non-University of Utah undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. No previous research experience is required.

Are you interested? Please contact Richard White at richard.white@hsc.utah.edu with any questions or concerns about the application process.


Below details the Application Process

INSTRUCTIONS:

Please submit completed application package by February 24 ,2012

1. Application Form: Completely filled out.
2. Personal Statement: A one page statement addressing: why you are interested in participating in this research program, your future plans, an how this research program will help you.
3. One Letter of Recommendation: Letter of recommendation should be from your college professor, academic adviser, or a professional reference from previous employment.
4. Academic Transcript(s): A current copy of your unofficial academic transcript(s).


Send complete application package to:

Richard White
Native American Research Internship
University of Utah
Department of Pediatrics
PO Box 581289
Salt Lake City, UT 84158
Email: richard.white@hsc.utah.edu
Phone: 801-213-3499
Fax: 801-581-3899


* Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee during the month of February.
* Applicants will be chosen and contacted for a phone interview during the month of March.
* Applicants will be informed via email by April 13, 2012 of the selection committee's decision.

SECIA Volunteer Opportunities

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SECIA (Southeast Como Improvement Association & the Como Green Village) is seeking immediate volunteers for a design competition

SECIA is assembling a volunteer design team on short order for a Como Green Village project. Architecture, design and horticulture students or recent grads are needed. This project will be done and submitted with much of spring term still ahead. An estimation of about 30 hours of work involved for each position including our meetings. See the postings below.

An individual with:
- architectural training or model-building skills
- graphic design skills
- horticulture training and/or gardening experience

is needed for volunteer assistance with a short-term project. You can be a student or already graduated; it is preferred if you are available for a couple hours on Fridays starting January 20 or 27 through the end of February in order to meet with the rest of the team. Project deadline is February 26, 2012.


The Como Green Village is focused on environmental sustainability within the Southeast Como neighborhood, which is located directly north of the University of Minnesota Minneapolis campus. One project recently completed was GrowBarrels - a self-watering container garden. Last summer, nearly sixty residents were able to build their own GrowBarrel for free at community workshops. This year, the Como Green Village is submitting the GrowBarrel design to the Permaculture Research Institute Cycling Re-Sources design competition. For this, there is a need to build a scale model of the container gardening system, which will be the architect's (or other individual experienced in modeling) responsibility. While this position will not provide monetary compensation, you will have the opportunity to gain experience working with a team, finding creative solutions within a limited budget and time frame, and learn about urban sustainability!


Check out the www.comogreenvillage.org and www.secomo.org websites for more organizational info . If this position sounds interesting to you, send your inquiries to Steph@comogreenvillage.info or fill out our volunteer form.

Job Fairs: U of M & YMCA

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U of M Job & Internship Fair

When: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Minneapolis Convention Center

Don't miss the biggest student career fair in Minnesota! More than 200 organizations will be there recruiting for hundreds of jobs and internships. Visit the Web site to learn more, register, and get preparation tips. The Fair is open to all U of M undergraduates, graduate students, and recent alumni. Free transportation will be provided from campus.

Cost: $10, if you pre-register online by February 20, or $25 at the door on the day of the fair.

For the latest job fair updates:
like U of M Job & Internship Fair page on Facebook
Or follow on Twitter

The University of Minnesota Job and Internship Fair is sponsored by the Career Services offices on all Minnesota campuses. Find more info online, or from your college or campus career office. Disability accommodations are available upon request. Please contact the Career Services Center at 612-624-7577. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.


2ND ANNUAL SUMMER HIRING JOB FAIR

When: MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2012
Time: 12PM - 6PM
Where: University YMCA; located at 1801 University Ave SE (Across from Field House)

Apply today at www.ymcatwincities.org/careers
- Bring resumes
- Dress for success
- Interview

Available Positions:
- Camp Counselor (Day Camp/Overnight Camp)
- Camp Instructor
- School Aged Care Program Staff
- School Aged Care Lead Program Staff
- Trail Counselor/Guide (Wilderness Camp)
- Youth Development Staff

If you have any questions about applying, the event or the positions, please contact Patti Neiman, Director of Educational Efficacy and Leadership, at patti.neiman@YMCAtwincities.org or by calling 612 676 7706

Check out the University YMCA on Facebook and Twitter!

Updates for the Spring Semester

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Spring Semester 2012
Classes start up again on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Now is a good time to confirm your class schedule and buy your books. Remember that you must attend class on the first day in order to keep your spot! Searching for a class or need information on registering? Click here for resources to help you search.

Spring 2012 financial aid disburses this week
If you have not filled out a 2011-2012 FAFSA, it's not too late. Fill it out as soon as possible so you receive your financial aid in time for spring bill due dates.

Contact One Stop Student Services for assistance with registration or financial aid.


Environmental Internship & Career Fair
Wednesday, February 1, 1:00pm - 5:00pm, North Star Ballroom, St. Paul Student Center. Meet employers hiring interns and full-time employees for environmental and natural resources fields. Free and open to students from all University of Minnesota Campuses! Learn more...

Secure your portable devices
Thefts of laptops and portable items are common in the University's public areas. If you take a nap in a public space, use your laptop and backpack for a pillow. Do not leave your iPad or MacBook on the library table while you visit the restroom. To learn more about computer safety, click here.

Planning to Graduate this Spring?
If so, be sure to apply to graduate by January 31. Use the Graduation Checklist to make sure you are set!


Student Leadership Position: Student Unions & Activities Board of Governors

The Board of Governors (BOG) serves as a voice for students in the policies and operations of Student Unions & Activities. Positions are available for this semester. Applications are due by January 18. Learn more...

Looking for scholarships?
This is a great time of year to look at the Undergraduate Scholarship Search. If you are a current undergraduate, the scholarship search matches University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, scholarships with your student profile to give you an individualized list of scholarships for which you may be able to apply, brief scholarship descriptions, and links to where you can learn more. For more scholarship ideas, check out the scholarships page on the One Stop Web site.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Volunteer Opportunities Supporting Youth:

Arts Mentor-Maplewood--Monday Evenings
Free Arts Minnesota offers individual opportunities which place volunteers at one of 30 partnering organizations across the metropolitan area. Serve on a mentor team with 3 to 5 other volunteers and provide one hour per week of creative arts activities to children. Mentors must make a one year commitment. Training and on-going support provide by Free Arts Minnesota.

Preschool Classroom Assistant
The Family Partnership classroom assistants work with Learning Center teachers in Minneapolis to provide a fun, educational and safe environment for young children with a range of emotional and physical needs. Help children in small groups or one-on-one Minimum commitment of 2 hrs a week for 10 weeks anytime between 8am-4pm M-F.
One-to-One Volunteer Opportunities:

Purposeful Activities Mentor
Do you love being active and would love to mentor someone who needs assistance and are willing to do: weightlifting, bike riding, Wii Games, basketball, gym, YMCA, or go to Valley fair. If you have energy for these, Restart Inc of Brooklyn Center wants to talk to you. Must have transportation, license and insurance and commit to 2 hrs twice a month for six months.

Transitional Mentor Training (Age 21+)
Work with the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches/Community Justice to make a difference in the life of a resident in the workhouse or an ex-offender. Help them transition back into society. Attend free training on Saturday January 28th from 8:45 a.m.-2:00p.m.at the Hennepin County Adult Corrections Facility in Plymouth. Lunch provided.

Card Players
Catholic Eldercare needs adults to organize and facilitate card games with elders in Minneapolis.

Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Theater Volunteer
Opportunities at Lyric Arts Company of Anoka include: Front of House (during performances) - ushering, concessions, wine/coffee bar. Technical Crew - building/painting set, assisting stage mgr, light/sound board. Administrative - street team, phone calls, copies. More opportunities are available upon request.

Board Member
Help plan events and work teams for maintenance of transitional housing for homeless families, and review the financial position of CATCH - Coalition for Affordable/ Transitional Community Housing. Meetings are at 7 am the 4th Wednesday of the month at Perkins in Apple Valley, Co Rd 42 and Cedar Ave. All are welcome to attend.

Administrative Assistant
Copies, projects, phones, files, data, people! Help Genesis II for Families operations run smoothly in Minneapolis by providing administrative and/or reception services for the agency's programs.

Service Dog Foster Home
Volunteer Foster Homes are needed to help raise and train a service dog for people with physical disabilities. Volunteers will agree to take a Golden Retriever or Labrador Retriever puppy at 7-9 weeks old into their home and raise and train it with the support of Helping Paws of Minnesota staff.

Science Museum Lobby/School Group Greeter
Cordially meet and greet Science Museum of Minnesota (SMM) guests in St Paul (groups and individuals) and answer questions regarding programming, show times, key locations of interest within the museum, general information, etc. Assist with directing and following up with visitors to ensure a positive and safe experience at the SMM.

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