Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

September 1, 2015

Help Washington Wildlife!

  The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition seeks a motivated intern who wants to work with a conservation advocacy group to get media coverage of conservation and public lands stewardship and learn about messaging and communications for advocacy campaigns and coalition building. Position title: Marketing and Communications Intern Name of organization: Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition Website:

August 27, 2015

Intern with 501 Commons and learn about non-profit management

Have you ever shown up to volunteer only to realize that the organization wasn’t quite ready to put you to work? Join VIP Managers Corps (VMC) and help an organization develop the systems and tools needed to effectively engage great volunteers like you! VMC Members collaborate with local nonprofits to plan, implement and manage volunteer

Support Africa Volunteer Corps (AVC)

AVC is a volunteer service fellowship for Africans to work in African-initiated development projects. Creating a springboard for future leaders and strengthening ground-up social change efforts, we position Africans to control development on their own continent, opening doors for Africans to leverage their own resources and strengthen grassroots development efforts. We aim to empower a

Volunteer at a Community Health Fair

Are you a health care provider hoping to help the community? Or just in need of volunteer hours? We are in need of EVENT COORDINATORS and DOCTORS for our Health Fair Event! Flexible times Choose 2-10+ hours Our mission is to empower the homeless community toward a healthier life by providing free physical healthcare and

August 25, 2015

Become a policy intern for an environmental organization

The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition – a nonprofit conservation advocacy group – seeks an enthusiastic and motivated intern to assist with policy research, data management and outreach. This position offers an opportunity to strengthen your research, data management, outreach and communication skills, learn about the finer points of federal and state conservation policy, build

Volunteer with children at Amara

Amara Family Support Group childcare volunteers play a critical role in allowing our families time to focus on connecting with each other and supporting each other. Children’s ages can range from newborn to twelve years old, and there may be up to twelve kids in a group. Together we: Help set up and tear down

Amara needs Family Time Volunteers!

Family Time Support volunteers help children in foster care maintain connections with their birth family by transporting children to and from visits with their parents and siblings, and supervising the visits. For children in foster care, a visit with a family member can be a reassuring experience and an opportunity to stay in touch with

Become a Amara Emergency Sanctuary Volunteer

The Sanctuary provides a calm, nurturing environment for children during one of the most traumatic moments in their lives. These children, ages 0-12, have just been removed from their homes for their own safety by Child Protective Services. The Sanctuary serves up to five children at a time, for up to 72 hours per child,

July 30, 2015

Volunteer at a Cultural Fair on 8/20/15

Neighborhood House’s Firwood Circle Youth Tutoring program will be hosting a Cultural Fair serving Firwood Circle Youth, Community Members, and Community Partners on August 20, 2015. This event is focused on celebrating community, culture and the spirit of our youth. The event includes field day activities, performances lead by Neighborhood House Youth, speakers from the

Volunteer for New Holly Family Celebration

New Holly Healthy Families Celebration is an annual event, taking place at our NewHolly location. Local residents will get to access important health tips and information, while also having fun as a whole family! There will be vendors, food, field day activities for youth and free school supplies for school-aged children! We are looking for

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