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RESOURCE is looking for volunteer help

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The mission of RESOURCE is to empower people to achieve greater personal, social and economic success. We are committed to undoing racism and promoting diversity.

RESOURCE has tons of great opportunities for you to get involved and help out:

Job Search Center Assistant:
Employees in this position assist Employment Specialists with job search skills and job retention skills for people with multiple barriers to employment.
More info: Job Search Center Asst - Hennepin.doc
Job Club Assitant:
Those in this position assist job seekers in the computer lab after job club session is complete with utilizing technology in their job search.
More info: Volunteer description- Job Search Center Asst.doc
Children's Activities Assistant:
Volunteers in this position work with children from the Family Housing Program on arts, crafts, reading, homework, games, and other activities while assisting staff with supervising children. This position may also include setting up and cleaning up.
More info: Childrenactivities asst.doc
Childhood Development Assistant:
Volunteers in this position work with children (ages 6 weeks to 5 years old) from the Family Housing Program through educational programming and activities that will prepare children for kindergarten.
More info; ChildDevAsst.doc
Spectrum Service Learner:
These volunteers interact with individuals with mental illness and to improve social and communication skills of members of our services.
More info: Spectrum Service-learner.doc

RESOURCE is also gearing up for their annual Build-a-Backpack Back to School Supply Drive. Interested in helping? More info: back_to_school_2012.pdf

RESOURCE appreciates any volunteer involvement. Fill out an application or visit the website.

The Facilitating Racial Equity Collaborative (FREC) is an organization working to overcome racism. This year, FREC has started a new program to "Refocus the Frame" :Turning the Lens on Racism Film Series. They'll be showing the second film in the series, Pariah, on Thursday, June 28 at 7:00 pm at the Capri Theater.

All are invited to join on Thursday evening for this important film screening. There are very few films that openly explore the intersections of African-American family life and issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. Pariah is one of these films.

Pariah is an award-winning film about a Brooklyn teenager who juggles conflicting identities and risks friendship, heartbreak, and family in a desperate search for sexual expression. (2011) Directed by Dee Rees. Produced by Spike Lee. Pariah.pdf

FREC will also be providing a panel of individuals from the community who will speak after the film, sharing their experiences as GLBT people of color and facilitating an open discussion with the audience.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Volunteer Opportunities Supporting Youth:

Be a Friend to a Child
Kids 'n Kinship is a preventative mentoring program for children in Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Farmington, Lakeville or Rosemount in Dakota County who need a role model. Volunteer to spend 1-4 hours a week with a child, doing sports, hobbies, outdoor activities, crafts, playing games, or going to museums, fairs, or parks. Support and training provided.

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.

Sandwich Squad
Each summer, Community Partners with Youth in New Brighton prepares hundreds of meals to make sure low income kids who would normally eat breakfast and lunch at school are getting good nutrition in the summer. Help assemble lunches one day a week over lunch hour with a friend or group. All ingredients are provided and times are flexible.

Training/Admin Volunteer
Volunteer at CornerHouse in Minneapolis and work closely with the Training Assistant and the Volunteer Coordinator to provide: clerical support, administrative support for special projects, and support during training weeks (once a month). Must have basic computer skills and ability to work in a team. 4-5 hours a week with a 6 month commitment.

Volunteer Opportunities in the Office:

Tax Site Specialist
The tax site specialist (TSS) is a customer service position that greets and screens customers of AccountAbility Minnesota (AAM). Work with the manager to ensure a positive experience for AAM's customers. No previous tax experience is necessary. AAM has 13 sites across the Twin Cities, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, Hopkins and Brooklyn Park.

Office Clerical/Scanning
Ramsey County Veterans Services in St Paul is converting from hard copy file system to on-line data system. Help organize, prioritize, review and scan paper documents from existing files into the new system. Knowledge of Microsoft Office helpful but not required. Must be comfortable using computer.

Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Project: Home Safety
Many of Resource, Inc.'s programs serving families would like to have home safety products available to give to their clients in Minneapolis. This could include outlet covers, toilet seat stoppers, cupboard & drawer latches, door knob covers, etc.

ABE/GED Tutor-Brooklyn Center

Help Metro North Adult Basic Education learners improve their reading, writing, English and/or math skills in a lab setting in Brooklyn Center. Work with one learner at a time on a problem at their own pace under the direction of a staff member. Wednesdays 9:30 - noon. May need to be able to operate various office equipment, computer, fax, copier, etc.

Shelter Dinner Provider
Our Emergency Shelter is home to 40 homeless adults every night of the year in Minneapolis. They rely on volunteers to provide a delicious meal and warm hospitality. Purchase, prepare, serve, and clean up a meal for 50 people. Then sit down and enjoy the dinner with the residents. Dinner is served at 7:00 p.m. and total onsite time is 2-3 hours.

Library Volunteer
A male client of Hammer Residences, Inc. in Plymouth is looking for a volunteer to take him to the library.

For more information contact HandsOn Twin Cities at:
phone: (612) 379-4900

Volunteer with Rebuilding Together Twin Cities

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The mission of Rebuilding Together Twin Cities is to bring volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. Volunteer service ensures that these homeowners live independently in homes that are safe, warm and dry.

Current Volunteer Opportunities:

Home Repair:
We are recruiting volunteers on an on-going basis to complete repairs for homeowners in and around the Twin Cities. If you would like us to be a part of upcoming projects, complete a volunteer application.

Safe At Home:
Safe at Home volunteers provide minor home safety or accessibility modifications to the homes of low-income older adults or individuals with disabilities. Often these homeowners are faced with the prospect of losing their independence as the result of needing a home safety or accessibility modification that they are unable to address. These modifications focus on preventing falls in the home and general safety improvements.

Office Assistant:
Rebuilding Together Twin Cities is currently looking for a volunteer office assistant. This essential volunteer would assist with a variety of office work, including data entry, mailings and filing. Possible duties include data entry, filing, word processing and data management, other office and clerical duties as become necessary.

If you would like to volunteer in other ways with Rebuilding Together Twin Cities, contact their Volunteer Coordinator at (651) 776-4273 or by email at

OutFront Minnesota welcomes all supporters of LGBT equality to help us do this important work. Please join us!

Volunteer Opportunities:

Lobby Day:
OutFront Minnesota's Lobby Day for LGBT Equality is one of the largest events of its kind in the country and the most important day for fair-minded Minnesotans to come together to demonstrate their support for LGBT equality to their legislators. This year Lobby Day will take place on Thursday, April 12, 2012. Dozens of volunteers spend time with us every year, doing everything from staffing tables to being Lobby Coaches. You can help out, too! Sign up today!

Twin Cities Pride:
Fun, sun, and hundreds of thousands of people just waiting to be organized - that's what Pride Weekend means to us! There is no better opportunity to discuss LGBT equality with our community than at one of the largest Pride Festivals in the country. We're in the middle of all the action every year. Volunteers at Pride staff Information Booths, canvass the crowd, register voters and serve up the cheapest coffee, lemonade and cookies in the Park! It all happens during the last weekend of June at Loring Park in Minneapolis.

Join the fun, enjoy the sun, and help your community organize!

Phone Banks:
Phone banking remains one of the most effective political organizing tools available. To increase our efficiency, we use predictive dialer technology, which means no hand-dialing!

Join our phone bank team today!

Tabling and Events
Another opportunity for organizing work is by staffing information tables at events. Throughout the year we rely on responsible volunteers to represent OutFront Minnesota at numerous events and venues across the state. This is a fun way to meet a lot of great people while helping OutFront Minnesota achieve our goals. Sign up today!

Data Entry Parties
For a social justice non-profit, the importance of a growing and well-maintained database cannot be over-emphasized. It is literally our greatest (non-volunteer!) asset.

We party it up on Tuesday nights. Volunteers arrive by 6pm. We work until 8, occasionally heading out to a local establishment for conversation and refreshment afterwards. Mark the dates below on your calendars and make plans to join the party! Join the fun.

Weekday Office
We welcome weekday volunteers to our office. There are two volunteer computers always available. Weekday volunteers are scheduled for times between 10am and 5pm, Monday through Friday. Most choose to work 2 hour shifts.

Sign up and we'll see where we can place you in the office schedule.

Bar Night Outreach
Our local LGBT bars represent important, safe gathering spaces for our community. We take our organizing to our community, registering voters, canvassing patrons and growing our movement. Sign up for the Bar Night team and get in on all the fun!

For more information contact OutFront Minnesota at:
Toll-Free 800.800.0350
Fax 612.822.8786

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Volunteer Opportunities Supporting Youth:

Donation Drive Coordinator
Volunteer to coordinate and execute drives to collect items to ease the budget of West Suburban Teen Clinic in Hopkins. This is a fun project for women's and church groups, scout troops or similar. Lists and flyers are provided. Collect items and bring to local WSTC location or purchase them through the WSTC Wish List.

Day Camp Activity Guide-Minneapolis
Have fun this summer and share the fun with kids at The Salvation Army Summer Day Camp in Minneapolis! Help camp leaders guide children ages 5 - 12 in arts and crafts, games, field trips and meals. Choose to help out all summer, or bring a group of no more than 15 to lead an activity for a day! Half or full day Monday - Friday, June - August.

Sell "Split the Pot Tickets" at Twins Game
Join a group of Cheerful Givers volunteers to sell "Split the Pot" tickets at Target Field at the MN Twins game on Sat. June 30th. Volunteers walk throughout the stadium and must be willing to approach people to ask for ticket sales. Must be 16+. You will receive a t-shirt to wear at the game and after the 5th inning, can enjoy the game.

Lead or Assist a Youth Learning Circle in St. Paul

Volunteer with CommonBond Communities of St Paul to lead or assist a group of three to five youth (4th-12th grade) that come together twice per week for 90 minutes to work on homework, learning goals and building positive relationships. Must be comfortable with basic math and English, be able to communicate well, and be effective at building relationships.

Cook for Kids volunteer
Coordinate your team of employees, coworkers, faith community, family, or club to cook a meal for approximately 25-30 children and their care providers staff and volunteers. This can be a one-time event or occur on a regular basis. Volunteers are needed 365 days per year at the Golden Valley Shelter.

Volunteer Opportunities for the Summer:

Gift Shop Assistant
Our Fair Carousel, Inc. Gift Shop assistant duties include using a cash register, making change, processing charge cards, and finalizing sales. Volunteer shifts are weekdays and weekends during the day in St Paul. They especially need volunteers for afternoons and weekends.

Garden Guru Chaska
If you love to garden, consider adopting one of the Aeon affordable housing properties in Chaska. They're looking for individuals and small groups who will come by a property weekly to weed, water and tend to flowers. Aeon will provide the plants, all you need to give is about two hours a week whichever day you're available. Suitable for supervised youth.

Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Pet Therapy-Anoka
At Aseracare Hospice in St Paul, Pet Companions bring pets to provide a presence with patients. Pets decrease stress, anxiety, and pain and increase a sense of warmth and love. Pets must be certified in therapy training, have health records and insurance. Volunteers commit to visit once a week for one-two hours, attend training, and pass a background check. Training provided.

Shelter Overnight Volunteer

The Shelter Overnight Volunteer works with St. Stephen's Human Services staff in shelter operations in Minneapolis. Duties are quite varied: answer the phone, maintain records and logs, assist in kitchen, etc. Time commitment from 5:30pm to 7am for 1 night per month for 6 months is required.

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.

For more information, contact:
HandsOn Twin Cities
2021 E Hennepin Av
Suite 420
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Phone: (612) 379-4900

Intern for PLAY!

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Playworks Twin Cities is looking for interns this summer!

Seeking Applicants:
Idealistic superstars who want to
-develop experience working with elementary school youth
-learn about the Minnesota education non-profit community
-assist in creating a safe and inclusive playground space for kids
-gain experience in a Minneapolis of St. Paul elementary school
-design individual internship experience with guidance

Playworks Twin Cities is a youth development non-profit working to provide safe, healthy, and inclusive play for Minnesota children.

-Recess and Afterschool Program Support Intern
-Assistant Coach Intern: Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis
-2013-2014 Fall and Spring internships available

Email resumes and internship interests to:

Caroline Church,

Work For AmeriCorps VISTA !

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AmeriCorps VISTA members commit to serving one full year at a school, nonprofit organization, or government agency to help eliminate poverty in their communities. Instead of working directly with clients, VISTAs are the "behind the scenes" folks who create programs, recruit volunteers, and develop community partnerships.
Saint Paul VISTA Program members work to close the education opportunity gap and support the education goals of the City of Saint Paul.
VISTA also provides the following benefits the choice of $5,550 Education Award or $1,500 post-service stipend, modest living allowance (about $450 bi-weekly living allowance), $550 relocation allowance (for those relocating to serve), healthcare benefits, childcare assistance (if eligible), federal student loan forbearance or deferment

.2012-2013 Saint Paul VISTA Positions Available:

American Indian Family Center
The mission of American Indian Family Center is to provide American Indian families with programs and services enriched by traditional American Indian values and culture.
The VISTA member will work directly with the Director of Development & Marketing in supporting the expansion of the Wounspe Wawokiya (service-learning) program and other youth learning program development efforts.
Apply Here

American Oromo Community of Minnesota
The mission of the American Oromo Community of Minnesota (AOCM) is to provide community based referrals and direct services to Oromo and East African (i.e. Oromo, Amharic and Somali-speaking) individuals, youth and families with the goal of helping them live successfully in Minnesota.
The VISTA member will work in collaboration with Ober Community Center to to grow out-of-school time academic supports for Oromo and East-African youth in the Saint Paul Promise Neighborhood, and ultimately help develop a sustainable academic support program for youth in the Saint Paul Promise Neighborhood.
Apply Here
Saint Paul Public Schools, Community Partnerships:
The mission of Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) is to provide a premier education for all. Their vision is to have schools at the heart of the community.
The work of the VISTA members will identify the organizations currently working with individual schools, enlist new community partners, and connect all these groups with schools where their services will be of greatest benefit.

Apply Here

Science Museum of Minnesota
The mission of the Science Museum of Minnesota is to: "Turn on the science -- realizing the potential of policy makers, educators, and individuals to achieve full civic and economic participation in the world."
The SMM VISTA member will work to develop a program for low-income and at-risk youth volunteers to develop workforce readiness training.
The YMCA builds strong kids, strong families and strong communities through a variety or programs. The core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility are the foundation for all YMCA programs and services.
The YMCA VISTA member will grow the capacity of the Multicultural Achievers Program by researching, developing, and implementing family involvement and mentoring support components for participating students.
Apply Here
Additional Resources :
AmeriCorps VISTA webpage -- AmeriCorps webpage further detailing the VISTA program
For additional questions or comments, please contact VISTA Program Manager Willy Tully 651.266.8582 or VISTA Leader Allison Berth 651.266.8517.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Volunteer Opportunities Supporting Youth:

Toy Driver for Cheerful Givers
Volunteer with Cheerful Givers to pick up boxes of toys in Eagan and deliver them to a school in Brooklyn Park where students with disabilities assemble them into birthday bags. Pick up and deliver once/month between 9 am and 3 pm on a weekday. Dates are flexible.

Child Advocate

Safe Passage for Children in St Paul trains volunteers to advocate for children in the child protection and foster care system. Volunteers can participate at several levels: email campaigns for funding and services, attend meetings with County and State officials, and attend hearings, help with administrative tasks, or help and maintain their social media.

Volunteer Opportunities for the Summer:

Camp Nurse
Camp Odayin provides camping for children with heart disease. Volunteer nurses needed for their Camp in Crosslake, MN to administer medications, provide first aid and emergency responses. A current MN license (LPN or RN) is necessary. They will assist in obtaining a MN license. Camps in July and August. A training session and five day camp commitment required.

State Fair Staffer

Volunteer with Memorial Blood Centers and greet and educate fairgoers in Falcon Heights about the importance of blood donation. Assist with blood typing.

Gardening for Seniors

Get out this summer and get your hands dirty with Neighborhood Involvement Program of Minneapolis! Seniors in Minneapolis want your help to maintain their gardens. Choose a date or make it an ongoing project throughout the summer.

Deliver Meals on Wheels as a Family During Summer Break
Spend quality time as a family during your kid's summer school break by delivering Meals on Wheels with your children/grandchildren at one of Metro Meals on Wheels 37 programs throughout the Twin Cities. Requires one hour during lunch time; Monday through Friday. Volunteer weekly, monthly, or on a schedule that works for you.

Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Musicians and singers are needed for a variety of activities on the Ebenezer Minneapolis Campus. Provide a one-time performance or lead a sing-along activity once a week at one of their senior housing facilities. They also have other opportunities that do not require musical abilities.

Stylist/Beautician Hospice Volunteer
Optage Hospice provides care that focuses on comfort, quality and support for individuals with life-limiting illness, their families and caregivers. Volunteers serve at any of the Presbyterian Homes and Services locations and help to do the little "extras" and to spend valuable time with the residents. Patients are comforted when their hair or nails are done.

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.

Homebound Grocery Delivery in Jordan/Belle Plaine/New Prague (18+)

Work with Second Harvest Heartland's Commodity Supplemental Nutrition Program by picking up and delivering groceries to low-income seniors and mothers of young children. Volunteers have the same delivery route every month, so you will get to know your clients. Must pass a criminal background check, have driver's license and insurance.

For More Information Contact:
HandsOn Twin Cities
2021 E Hennepin Av
Suite 420
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 379-4900

or email:

The Urban Youth Development Office (Urban 4-H) is seeking a Promise Fellow to work with American Indian Magnet School for the 2012-2013 year (work will begin August 15, 2012 and continue to August 14, 2013).

Benefits include: living allowance of approximately $450 every two weeks pre-tax; health insurance; Qualified Student Loan Deferment; $5550 Education Award upon successful completion of service; and ongoing, extensive support and training. Plus, you get to work with a dynamic, talented team of youth workers in Urban 4-H!

The Promise Fellow will work with Urban 4-H interns, staff, and volunteers, as well as school staff, to develop "projects through community" (service learning, or projects that connect with communities to carry out the learning); support youth in increasing their academic achievement; and help youth discover their interests and connect those interests to future possibilities. As part of this work, the fellow supports out-of-school-time programming (including expanding our current Big Urban Woods 4-H Club work), connects with families, and recruits caring adults who can provide support to youth, through mentoring, tutoring, or sharing of content expertise (such as STEM, healthy living, citizenship, and performing arts).

To apply, candidates must complete an application at and email/mail/fax a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references by June 13, 2012 to:

Jessica Pierson Russo
Director, Urban Youth Development Office
University of Minnesota Extension
90 Coffey Hall
1420 Eckles Ave
St. Paul, MN 55108
(612) 624-7625
Fax: (612) 624-7793

For additional information about the position, Promise Fellow Position Description Urban May 2012.doc

Looking for a job or grant? CLA Career Services can help!

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Have you ever checked out CLA Career Services before? They've got tools and resources to help you in your career search, and guide you once you've landed the job.

Looking for a job?
CLA Career Services can critique or help you write resumes and cover letters, do practice interviews, and advise you about all aspects of a job search.

Remember GoldPass for jobs and internships
The GoldPASS website contains thousands of listings for jobs and internships, including local, national, and international positions. GoldPASS is exclusively for U of M students and alumni. Make use of this excellent resource!

CLA Grants for the Summer of 2012
Do you have an unpaid internship this summer? Apply by June 13th! The College of Liberal Arts offers $1200 grants to a small number of CLA undergrads doing unpaid internships.

Interested in a Guide to Internships?

Whether you have an internship now or you'll be looking for one later, this advice will help.

Fall Career Classes

Whether you are exploring possible majors and careers, trying to determine what you'll do after graduation, laying the groundwork for a successful job search, or wanting to get the most out of your internship, we have career courses that can give you expert guidance. For a list of classes, see

Workshops & Career Prep

These 60-minute workshops are an introductory preparation tool. Make sure to check out their descriptions for workshops and a and complete schedule for workshops coming up. The next workshop will cover resumes and cover letters ( June 20th).

Want more information? Check out their website, email them at, call them at 612-624-7577 or stop in at their office at 411 Science Teaching and Student Services Building.

Volunteer with Friends of the Mississippi River

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Friends of the Mississippi River conduct a wide array of volunteer programs that go beyond specific events.

FMR engages citizens to protect, restore and enhance the Mississippi River and its watershed in the Twin Cities region. Volunteers are needed to accomplish these goals.

Current Volunteer Opportunities:
Restoration and Education Events Internship
FMR is looking for a fall 2012 Restoration and Education Intern to assist with a wide variety of hands-on habitat restoration and education events.

Mississippi River Challenge Communications and Marketing Assistant/Intern

This is an excellent opportunity to add an interesting and meaningful experience to your resume in the competitive field of nonprofit event planning and polish your skills in a supportive, encouraging and professional environment.

Storm Drain Stenciling
This hands-on outdoor service activity is an ideal opportunity to improve our local water resources -- and an excellent fit for groups looking for a fun, outdoor team-building experience with immediate results.

Stream Health Evaluation Program
SHEP uses trained volunteers to evaluate the biological health of streams Volunteers receive extensive training and enjoy great camaraderie through this in-depth program.

Tuesday Night Crew
The Tuesday Night Crew assists with essential administration and community-building tasks -- from helping with mailings to data entry. Volunteers work at their own pace and level in a relaxed, camaraderie-full environment.

To learn more, check out the FMR website or call them at 651-222-2193.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities from HandsOn Twin Cities

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Warm Weather Volunteer Opportunities:

Carousel Operator
Volunteers at Cafesjians Carousel in St Paul work on and around the carousel. They operate the machine, greet & assist visitors, sell tickets & gifts, and share historic carousel information. Volunteers ensure a fun and safe time for all. Shifts during the week and weekends.

General Office Help
Want to make a difference in the lives of rescued horses and youth, then Lost Creek Ranch in Ellsworth WI needs you! They are looking for an organized, animal-loving person to help with various administrative tasks: office work, mailings, database updates, phone inquiries, Craigslist etc. Some of these duties can be performed from one's home office.

Horse Leader for Therapeutic Riding
Majestic Hills Ranch in Lakeville needs people that enjoy working outdoors with horses and small farm animals as well as assisting children and military veterans. May through October. Horse experience is required for leading. Program training is provided before starting.

One to One Volunteer Opportunities:


Develop a one to one relationship with an elderly resident of Presbyterian Homes & Services: Lake Minnetonka Shores in Spring Park who is lonely and has no family. 1-2 hours per week. Training is provided. Minimum age for volunteers is 14.

Lunch Buddy

Volunteer with Kaposia and make your lunch break a rewarding experience for yourself and for a person with a disability by being a Lunch Buddy in Roseville or Golden Valley! A Lunch Buddy is assigned to one person to converse, share a meal, and assist as necessary with serving and clean up once a week. Please bring your own bag-lunch.

Refugee Mentor
Work with Lutheran Social Service, Refugee Programs (LSS) of Minneapolis to help newly arrived refugees from places like Burma, Bhutan or Somalia to become better acquainted with their new home in Minnesota. Meet with your match three times per month for their first three months. Male mentors are in high demand right.

Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Brunch Server

The Aliveness Project serves people with HIV/AIDS and needs volunteers to assist with food prep, set-up, serving and clean-up. Saturdays, 9:30 to 1:30 in Minneapolis.

Catholic Eldercare needs volunteers to do manicures which include: removing polish, soaking and filing nails and re-polishing in Minneapolis.

Job Development and Volunteer Service Specialist(Americorps Vista)

Goodwill/Easter Seals Minnesota has 2 AmeriCorps VISTA positions open. One each in St Paul and St Cloud. These positions will focus on increasing capacity in employment and volunteer related services for participants with criminal backgrounds. Includes monthly living allowance, health care benefits, and educations award or stipend.

Volunteer With The 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.

For more information on how you can get involved contact:
Hands On Twin Cities at 612-379-4900, email them at, or check out their website at

UPDATE!!! Friday Cancellation:
In case you had been planning to attend the Open Public Forums, there will be 2 instead of 3. Friday's has been cancelled due to a finalist opting out of the Search Process.

GLBTA Programs Office of the University of Minnesota welcomes all U of M students, employees, and community partners to attend 3 Open Public Forums.

These Open Public Forums are an opportunity to give feedback on the decision-making process of hiring the next GLBTA Office Assistant Director. Come meet these finalists as they share their ideas & vision for making the U of M campus more inclusive and affirming of GLBTA identities.

These Open Public Forums reach across the U of M's nearly 40+ GLBTA student organizations, programs, & initiatives as well as Twin Cities community organizations.

Open Public Forums will take place:
Wed, June 6 / 1:00p-2:00p in Walter Library 405 / Finalist: JOSH FLETCHER
Thu, June 7 / 1:00p-2:00p in Walter Library 405 / Finalist: JASON JACKSON
Fri, June 8 / 1:00p-2:00p in Walter Library 405 / Finalist: PETEY PETERSON

These Open Forums are open to the public, and will feature:

presentations to address how each finalist will effectively train students and employees on gender and sexuality & intersections across additional identities,

open Q&A to ask finalists about their professional experiences, vision, or exciting GLBTA initiatives they've led

a chance to socially connect with U of M students, employees, and community partners

show support of GLBTA support for the U of M!

Have any questions? Contact Matthew Antonio Bosch (Director - GLBTA Programs Office) via

Work or Intern for United Way!

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Work with Greater Twin Cities United Way to attack poverty around the Twin Cities and achieve lasting change. When you work at United Way, you're part of a group that is making the Twin Cities a better place to live.
Long-term Positions:

Development Associate

If you are a collaborative person with strong organizational skills motivated to help achieve revenue goals through providing key administrative and project support to Planned Giving fundraising and development staff - this position might be for you!

Donor Support Associate

If you have a passion for providing great service, have an eye for detail and enjoy problem solving, this could be the position for you

Temporary Positions:
Temporary Campaign Executive
Campaign Executives provide assistance and leadership in securing employee, individual and corporate contributions for an annual campaign.

Temporary Telephone Customer Service Representative

Customer Service Reps provide leadership in securing employee, individual and corporate contributions for an annual campaign over the phone.

Marketing Financial Analyst Intern
The Financial Analyst intern will help define and quantify the business case for United Way relating to expanding its direct to donor engagement through all channels.

Foundation Relations & Special Initiatives Internship
This position works directly with the Foundation Relations & Special Initiatives team to assist with the Foundation Relations fundraising program.

Have any questions? Check out United Way's website or call them at 612-340-7400.

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