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  • English/Spanish Translation

    Volunteer
    Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, widely recognized as one of New York's premiere human services providers, is a 123-year old settlement house that provides an extensive array of effective and integrated services which significantly improve the lives of 15,000 people in need each year on the East Side of Manhattan. We are seeking volunteers who can translate short informational documents from English to Spanish in order for us to better serve the many Spanish speakers who seek help from our Legal Department for issues related to affordable housing, healthcare, workers' rights and eligibility for social service benefits.
  • Become a reading partner- make a lifelong impact on a child (PS 48 William Wordsworth, Queens)

    Volunteer
    Reading Partners needs volunteers like you to provide students in under-resourced elementary schools in your community with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade. Reading is the foundation for all future learning.The ability to read transforms lives and can empower children to reach their full potential. Research shows that when students can read at grade level by fourth grade, they have a greater opportunity to succeed in school and in life. With your help, we can equip students with the foundational skills they need to read at grade level. Each week, you will meet one-on-one with your student every week to help them develop strong literacy skills and discover a passion for reading. We'll provide a structured curriculum, in-person training, and ongoing support to help your student thrive. Rigorous research has proven that Reading Partners significantly increases reading proficiency. No teaching experience required and anyone over the age of 14 can volunteer. Flexible Monday to Thursday volunteer times between 9am and 5pm. Visit our website at www.readingpartners.org/volunteer to sign up and learn more.
  • Girl Redesigned

    Volunteer
    Girl Redesigned is a two-part educational series for SASF students designed to build self-confidence and empowerment. Through this series of lessons students will learn that art has the power to transform perceptions of identity and reality. This is an opportunity to use art to explore difficult social situations and work collaboratively to find solutions. Our volunteers will help with setup, including hanging signs, preparing rooms, bus support, and registration; event support, including directing hallway traffic and classroom assistance; and cleanup, including taking down signs, tidying rooms, and moving materials from classrooms to cars outside.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Westchester County NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • ComeUntiy Sports Basketball Team

    Volunteer
    ComeUnity Sports is a competitive training and exercise program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities - our STARZ! Our STARZ basketball team begins practicing and competing in March and we are looking for volunteers to coach, compete and assist with events. Practices take place in Seaford with one tournament taking place in Seaford and a second taking place in Westbury. A full schedule along with locations and contact information will be provided once an applicant has been cleared by volunteer services. Requirements include: Minimum 16 years old Online application Orientation training For more information about this or other volunteer opportunities contact Justin McDannell at 516-626-1000 x 1303 or jmcdannell@ahrc.org. To apply today go to www.ahrc.volunteerhub.com.
  • Current volunteer positions at Grow More Foundation

    Volunteer
    Grow More Foundation, Inc. is a New York 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to promoting transparency and awareness of biotechnological advancements in agriculture. Everyone deserves access to reliable and affordable food and our team is working with industry, regulatory bodies and the public to ensure global food supply and safety. We are seeking future-minded individuals with an interest in science communication, philanthropy, policy and education to become leading Advisors, Donors or Participants to help accelerate our work. Volunteer opportunities including remote and senior positions, subject to background and previous experience. For further information growmorefoundation.org/getinvolved. If you would like to get involved, please email resume/CV and short cover letter to info@growmorefoundation.org.
  • Tour Guide (Docent) at the Susan B. Anthony House

    Volunteer
    Be inspired...be inspiring! Bring history to life and inspire visitors with Susan B. Anthony's life and work, as a docent (tour guide) at the home she shared with her sister, Mary, for over 40 years. The Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, located in a 19th-century historic preservation district, is a National Historic Landmark which served for many years as the headquarters for the cause of women's rights and other social reforms. Docents are asked to work a minimum of two 3-hour shifts each month, more if you're willing! Full training provided. Flexible schedules. Contact Sara Meinhold, Volunteer Coordinator,for more details! (585) 235-6124 or sara.meinhold@susanbanthonyhouse.org
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Columbia County NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • ESL Tutor Needed to Provide Embedded (In-Class) Support at CUNY in the Heights on Saturdays

    Volunteer
    The City Tutors (CT) is looking for tutors to provided embedded (in-class) academic support in ESL for students at the CUNY in the Heights this fall. The class meets on Saturdays from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, and tutors with work with basic level learners in the class. This is a great opportunity for students who are majoring (or have already earned a degree) in the course area to enhance their knowledge and experience and who are interested in tutoring. In this role, you would collaborate with an instructor to improve students’ performance while being supported and guided by an experienced academic support professional. The tutor for CUNY in the Heights is expected to commit a minimum of two hours to support the class on Saturday. You would identify and support students who are struggling, and provide feedback to students so that they may improve their fundamental understanding of the material. You might also design assignments, identify/track students who are struggling and create differentiated instruction as the need arises. You will be supported throughout this process by the City Tutors staff. All tutors are also expected to complete a four session comprehensive, professional training regimen. 6 hours of live training, plus another hour and a half for orientation. This is a commitment of 7.5 hours of in person training, and 4 hours of supplemental training for a total of 11.5 hours of training over the course of the Fall semester. Training days will be determined based on your schedule and that of the Tutor Training Coordinators. CT's tutoring program has been successful in helping students gain access to support that they otherwise would not have received, given their limited time spent on campus. Having a tutor in the class early in the semester will allow us to employ strategies to reduce withdrawals and student failure rates. Your work with us would help the students’ overall subject area performance, and help us improve this educational support model, reaching more students and departments with comprehensive academic support. Learn more about CUNY in the Heights here: http://www.hostos.cuny.edu/Administrative-Offices/Division-of-Continuing-Education-Workforce-Develop/CUNY-in-the-Heights To apply, you must: Have received an A- or A in the introduction to the subject course you are applying to tutor Have a GPA at or above 3.2, or have completed a degree program Submit monthly reports, keep a log sheet of any tutoring appointments done outside of class, and regularly communicate with the tutor training coordinator.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Long Island NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • ESL Tutor Needed to Provide Embedded (In-Class) Support at CUNY in the Heights

    Volunteer
    The City Tutors (CT) is looking for tutors to provide embedded (in-class) academic support in ESL for the CUNY in the Heights in two sections this fall. One class meets Tuesday/Thursday evenings from 6-9pm, and consists of low/intermediate English Language Learners. A second class meets on Saturdays from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, and works with basic ESL learners. This is a great opportunity for students who are majoring (or have already earned a degree) in the course area to enhance their knowledge and experience and who are interested in tutoring. In this role, you would collaborate with an instructor to improve students’ performance while being supported and guided by an experienced academic support professional. The tutor for CUNY in the Heights is expected to commit a minimum of two hours to support one of the above-mentioned days. You would identify and support students who are struggling, and provide feedback to students so that they may improve their fundamental understanding of the material. You might also design assignments, identify/track students who are struggling and create differentiated instruction as the need arises. You will be supported throughout this process by the City Tutors staff. All tutors are also expected to complete a four session comprehensive, professional training regimen. 6 hours of live training, plus another hour and a half for orientation. This is a commitment of 7.5 hours of in person training, and 4 hours of supplemental training for a total of 11.5 hours of training over the course of the Fall semester. Training days will be determined based on your schedule and that of the Tutor Training Coordinators. CT's tutoring program has been successful in helping students gain access to support that they otherwise would not have received, given their limited time spent on campus. Having a tutor in the class early in the semester will allow us to employ strategies to reduce withdrawals and student failure rates. Your work with us would help the students’ overall subject area performance, and help us improve this educational support model, reaching more students and departments with comprehensive academic support. Learn more about CUNY in the Heights here: http://www.hostos.cuny.edu/Administrative-Offices/Division-of-Continuing-Education-Workforce-Develop/CUNY-in-the-Heights To apply, you must: Have received an A- or A in the introduction to the subject course you are applying to tutor Have a GPA at or above 3.2, or have completed a degree program Submit monthly reports, keep a log sheet of any tutoring appointments done outside of class, and regularly communicate with the tutor training coordinator.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate New York City NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Red Hook-Rhinebeck NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • Spanish Math/Literacy GED Tutors Needed for Embedded (In-Class) Support at CUNY in the Heights

    Volunteer
    The City Tutors (CT) is looking for tutors to provide embedded (in-class) academic support for GED Math and Literacy subjects to Spanish speaking students at the CUNY in the Heights in four sections this fall. Classes meet Monday and Wednesday mornings and evenings. The morning classes meet from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, and the evening classes meet from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm. This is a great opportunity for students who are majoring (or have already earned a degree) in the course area to enhance their knowledge and experience and who are interested in tutoring. In this role, you would collaborate with an instructor to improve students’ performance while being supported and guided by an experienced academic support professional. The tutors for CUNY in the Heights are expected to commit a minimum of two hours to support one of the above-mentioned days. You would identify and support students who are struggling, and provide feedback to students so that they may improve their fundamental understanding of the material. You might also design assignments, identify/track students who are struggling and create differentiated instruction as the need arises. You will be supported throughout this process by the City Tutors staff. All tutors are also expected to complete a four session comprehensive, professional training regimen. 6 hours of live training, plus another hour and a half for orientation. This is a commitment of 7.5 hours of in person training, and 4 hours of supplemental training for a total of 11.5 hours of training over the course of the Fall semester. Training days will be determined based on your schedule and that of the Tutor Training Coordinators. CT's tutoring program has been successful in helping students gain access to support that they otherwise would not have received, given their limited time spent on campus. Having a tutor in the class early in the semester will allow us to employ strategies to reduce withdrawals and student failure rates. Your work with us would help the students’ overall subject area performance, and help us improve this educational support model, reaching more students and departments with comprehensive academic support. Learn more about CUNY in the Heights here: http://www.hostos.cuny.edu/Administrative-Offices/Division-of-Continuing-Education-Workforce-Develop/CUNY-in-the-Heights To apply, you must: Have received an A- or A in the introduction to the subject course you are applying to tutor Have a GPA at or above 3.2, or have completed a degree program Submit monthly reports, keep a log sheet of any tutoring appointments done outside of class, and regularly communicate with the tutor training coordinator.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Rochester NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • ComeUnity Recreation

    Volunteer
    Citizens ComeUnity Recreation and Sports program is always looking for enthusiastic and active volunteers to assist with one of many ongoing opportunities. Year round ComeUnity Recreation hosts bowling nights and the walking club. From September through June there are recreation nights twice a week, dances three times a month, the social exchange group as well as other events trips and outings. We have multiple sports teams that practice and compete throughout the year including Basketball, Track and field, Softball and Skiing. Help us to ensure that the people whom we support are able to maintain an active lifestyle in a fun, relaxed and welcoming environment. Requirements: Must be at least 16 years old Online application Orientation training For more information about this or other volunteer opportunities contact Justin McDannell at 516-626-1000 x 1303 or jmcdannell@ahrc.org. To apply today go to www.ahrc.volunteerhub.com.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Staten Island NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • Ridgewood Citadel Corps

    Volunteer
    we are looking for volunteers to assist in our homework club program we pick up the children 1st to 3rd grade from the public school P.S. 88 which is right up the block from the center, we bring them back to the center give the children a snack and then we start assisting them with the homework for about an hour we also do reading time arts and crafts and paly time until the parents pick up the children.
  • Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate Syracuse NY

    Volunteer
    Protect our environment and the special place in which we live! Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) wants you! As a volunteer, you’ll be a member of the fastest growing and most effective climate advocacy group. You will work with concerned New York citizens to slow the effects of climate change. Let's work together to protect our beautiful ecosystems, livelihoods and way of life. Please respond to our posting for an invitation to learn more. You will: Meet with Congressional leaders. Write letters to the editors and op-eds. Meet with local media. Educate your community about global warming and legislative solutions. We provide: Monthly national conference calls with expert guest speakers. Weekly skill building sessions. On-line network with CCL volunteers across the U.S. National conference and lobby week in D.C. Volunteers commit to an average of 4-6 hours a month. Some of our volunteers dedicate more time than that. We hold no upper limit on your dedication to a stable climate and livable world. To learn more about us, please join an Introductory Conference Call. The next call is Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Mountain/7:00 p.m. Central/8:00 p.m. Eastern. This is an opportunity to learn about CCL. It is one hour, and there will be opportunities to ask questions. The conference call number is 1-866-642-1665, passcode 440699#.
  • Math/Literacy GED Tutors Needed to Provide Embedded (In-Class) Support at CUNY in the Heights

    Volunteer
    The City Tutors (CT) is looking for tutors to provide embedded (in-class) academic support in Math and Literacy for the CUNY in the Heights in two sections this fall. The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays in the evening from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm. This is a great opportunity for students who are majoring (or have already earned a degree) in the course area to enhance their knowledge and experience and who are interested in tutoring. In this role, you would collaborate with an instructor to improve students’ performance while being supported and guided by an experienced academic support professional. The tutor for CUNY in the Heights is expected to commit a minimum of two hours to support one of the above-mentioned days. You would identify and support students who are struggling, and provide feedback to students so that they may improve their fundamental understanding of the material. You might also design assignments, identify/track students who are struggling and create differentiated instruction as the need arises. You will be supported throughout this process by the City Tutors staff. All tutors are also expected to complete a four session comprehensive, professional training regimen. 6 hours of live training, plus another hour and a half for orientation. This is a commitment of 7.5 hours of in person training, and 4 hours of supplemental training for a total of 11.5 hours of training over the course of the Fall semester. Training days will be determined based on your schedule and that of the Tutor Training Coordinators. CT's tutoring program has been successful in helping students gain access to support that they otherwise would not have received, given their limited time spent on campus. Having a tutor in the class early in the semester will allow us to employ strategies to reduce withdrawals and student failure rates. Your work with us would help the students’ overall subject area performance, and help us improve this educational support model, reaching more students and departments with comprehensive academic support. Learn more about CUNY in the Heights here: http://www.hostos.cuny.edu/Administrative-Offices/Division-of-Continuing-Education-Workforce-Develop/CUNY-in-the-Heights To apply, you must: Have received an A- or A in the introduction to the subject course you are applying to tutor Have a GPA at or above 3.2, or have completed a degree program Submit monthly reports, keep a log sheet of any tutoring appointments done outside of class, and regularly communicate with the tutor training coordinator.