Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

April 3, 2015

Work-study position with the School of Social Work

Hiring 1-2 student workers at the Office of Student Services in the School of Social Work. Hiring for Spring Quarter with commitment of staying in position for 2015-2016 academic year. Preference to those who plan to take courses in Summer Quarter 2015. Before applying, please note this position requires: – Federal work-study funding for 2014-2015

March 31, 2015

Bring UW research to kids at the Pacific Science Center

Paws-on Science is coming up on April 10-12, and University Marketing & Communications is in need of some great volunteers to pull it off and give the public the best experience ever! Paws-on Science is a fun, high-energy event at the Pacific Science Center where kids get to interact with some of the fascinating research coming out of

Be a Garden Intern this Summer with Camp Korey!

Camp Korey is situated on the historic 818-acre organic Carnation Farm in the Snoqualmie Valley not far from Seattle. The 4.5 acre certified organic garden is operated by our Culinary Gardener with the help of many individual and corporate volunteers and local school groups. The garden produces a significant portion of the produce used in

Become an AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator

Reading Partners is currently hiring a Volunteer Coordinator. The AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator serves as the face and voice of Reading Partners within their respective region for a full 11-month service term. Volunteer Coordinators identify and recruit high-quality, reliable community volunteers to become Reading Partners tutors. This role also is responsible for implementing a community engagement plan, identifying

Want to work on a farm this summer?

The Green Team Volunteer position is available seasonally during the growing season, typically May-October. We strive to cultivate healthy futures for our campers and thus grow a large variety of certified organic vegetables, herbs and fruits for educational purposes, consumption at camp and for special events at the farm and for the local food bank. 

Reading Partners need your help!

Make a Difference in One Hour! – We have a HIGH NEED for tutors at Beverly Park Elementary (South Seattle)! Reading Partners is a literacy non-profit that mobilizes community volunteers to provide one-on-one tutoring to struggling elementary student readers. No experience is required to volunteer!  We are seeking volunteers who can commit 1 hour/week through

March 24, 2015

Work Study Opportunity

Hiring 1-2 student workers at the Office of Student Services in the School of Social Work. Hiring for Spring Quarter and preference to those who plan to take courses in Summer Quarter. Before applying, please note this position requires: Federal work-study funding for 2014-2015 academic year, which is awarded through FASFA based on need To

Be a mentor!

We are in need of committed and supportive mentors for youth, ages 12-18! Volunteer must have a desire to be a positive role model to a youth in their community! Depending on the youth, mentors typically introduce their youth to cultural and other community events, help develop life skills including money management, provide direction with

Volunteer and Math Fest 2015

Position title: Zeno’s Eastside MathFest 2015! Name of organization: Zeno Website: zenomath.org Position description: We need you to join us at our biggest math party ever and show families and community members  math like they’ve never seen it before! This is a great opportunity for both individual volunteers and service groups. You may sign up for one shift or

Foster High School and Showalter Middle School Need Volunteers!

Foster High and Showalter Middle School are located in Tukwila close to South Center mall. The Tukwila School District is actually the most diverse in the U.S. according the New York Times. There are 900 students and over 70 different languages spoken. The YMCA serves the school by offering tutoring and mentoring during the day

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