Teach English in Chile

The English Opens Doors Program`s Volunteer Initiative, is a fee-free initiative from the Chilean Ministry of Education and is supported by the United Nations Development Programme-Chile.  The English Opens Doors Program is seeking native and near-native English speaking volunteers from 21-35 years old to teach English under the supervision of Chilean teachers in public schools… Read More

Become a Husky Neighborhood Intern!

Want to work in the UW Community? Apply for this paid internship working in the North of 45th Community. Husky Neighborhood Interns (HNIs) work on projects to improve public safety, promote civility and foster a greater sense of community for the students and permanent residents living north of campus. Compensation Compensation will be $10-12/ hour… Read More

Learn about marketing while working with Circle of Friends Mental Health

Circle of Friends for Mental Health is seeking a Marketing & Publicity Coordinator. This position is responsible for promoting First Annual Awards in Mental Health through advertising, newsletters, press releases, articles, letters to the editor and media coverage. In addition to promoting the event, this individual will be expected to: Work with media outlets to secure… Read More

Circle of Friends for Mental Health is seeking an Events Planner

Circle of Friends for Mental Health is currently seeking an event planner for a fundraising dinner. The Washington First Annual Awards in Mental Health celebrate the achievements in the mental health community and honors those who have made difference. Assessing and implement a reasonable course of action for successful execution in its first year. Create… Read More

Teach art as therapy

Circle of Friends fosters health by staffing classes with university interns and community volunteers, and offering the classes free of charge to persons with mental illness or teens with addictions. Artistic expression is a proven way to aid people in their recovery and self-healing. We are looking for art, creative writing, music and drama teachers…. Read More

Camp Korey is looking for Autumn volunteers!

Camp Korey is a non-profit organization about an hour outside Seattle, which serves children with serious and life-altering medical conditions and their families at no cost. We offer year-round camp programs with full support of the medical needs of the camper, plus all the fun of just being a kid. This autumn, we are offering… Read More

Help People Donate Blood

Be a Donor Monitor on campus with the Puget Sound Blood Center. Website: psbc.org Position description: Monitors donors for post-donation reactions while serving refreshments and maintaining positive customer relations and communications. Time commitment: Flexible. 2-3 hour shifts. On-line scheduling system. Skill requirements: Excellent customer service Work as part of a team Effective communication Able to work in busy environment. Commit… Read More

Work Study Positions at the UW School of Social Work

Hiring 2 student workers at the Office of Student Services in the School of Social Work. Hiring for Fall quarter and then to continue into the academic school year. Before applying, please note this position requires: Federal work-study funding for 2014-2015 academic year, which is awarded through FASFA based on need Duties: Data entry Provide… Read More

Help Celebrate Math at Zeno’s 2014 MathFest

Join Zeno for Mathfest 2014, our annual event celebrating math in the community! Volunteers are needed to play games with kids and families, run event registration, serve food, and set up and break down the event. Desired skills and shifts: Event set up 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.: Hang signs, set up game booths, set up computers… Read More

Washington Reading Corps is currently recruiting AmeriCorps members!

WRC is currently enrolling individuals to serve as AmeriCorps members!  WRC AmeriCorps members serve in elementary schools and early learning centers tutoring struggling readers and helping students achieve grade level.  Members also recruit community volunteers to be reading tutors and participate in family literacy events.  Members are 17 years and older (no upper age limit),… Read More