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Disclaimer for Volunteer hour approval:
Volunteering is considered giving personal time and energy to address immediate COMMUNITY needs. Examples include tutoring, serving food at a shelter, building or repairing homes, neighborhood or park clean up, etc. Things such as having a table for your organization during Week of Welcome or preparing for an event hosted by your organization are considered Participation in Association. Going forward volunteer hours will not be granted for Participation in Association. If you have questions about the recent change please feel free to contact the Office of Campus Life at (812)941-2316.
- Floyd Knobs Baseball/Softball League Needs Volunteers
Individuals or groups are needed to volunteer with the Floyds Knobs Baseball/Softball League Day event on May 11, 2013. They are looking for people to do face painting. The event raises money for the league to make improvements to their ball park. The event runs from 9am-6pm but they would gladly take people any time they are available. If you are interested please contact Brittany C. Hubbard at phone: (812) 941-2260 or email: email@example.com.
- Volunteers are Needed for the IU Southeast Commencement Setup and Tear Down:
Volunteers are needed Monday, May 6, at 7am to setup and Tuesday, May 7, at 8am to tear down chairs for the Indiana University Southeast Commencement (Graduation).
It will likely take 2 ½ hours for setup and 2 hours for tear down. All replies can be directed to Synthia Fetz's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteering for one shift does not obligate you to volunteer for the other. Commitment to both would be nice. The volunteers will be meeting at the IU Southeast Amphitheater.
- The National Student Campaign Against Hungry is looking for an intern.
Internships are designed to give you stronger leadership skills and a better understanding of the problems of hunger and homelessness while strengthening and building the organization and it's programs.
As an intern with NSCAHH you'll train a team of volunteers, coordinate media outreach, and bring attention to a growing problem that's often ignored. And while you work to amplify student action on this issue, you can even earn course credit!
If you’re interested in the internship opportunity please visit: http://www.webaction.org/site/Survey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=45080
The Campaign is committed to ending hunger and homelessness in America by educating, engaging, and training students to directly meet individuals' immediate needs while advocating for long-term systemic solutions.
- National FFA Organization’s Convention
Volunteers are needed for the 86th National FFA Organization’s Convention at the Kentucky Exposition Center from October 30 – November 2, 2013.
With about 50,000 attendees expected, there is a great need for volunteers to help with airport greeting, manning booths to give out city information, and other various duties. A list of job descriptions is below to help clarify what may be needed. There are 400 total volunteer shifts for this convention and each volunteer would be required to serve two shifts (some jobs have exceptions to this requirement due to time commitment); bring the needs to 200 volunteers total.
Additional information can be found at www.ffa.org . If interested please contact Rose Zimmerman Caple Visitor Services Coordinator Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau 301 South Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202, email@example.com, 502.814.2746 (office)
- Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana is looking for volunteers.
This organization has several opportunities for volunteers to get involved. A list of these opportunities can be found at the following link: http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Volunteer/Volunteer-Opportunities.aspx
The latest project for the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana is serving girls in 'at risk' areas in New Albany such as the S Ellen Jones neighborhood and some of the housing authority areas. Volunteers are needed to help lead sessions with these girls. Training will be provided and because the volunteers are working directly with the girls registration with a $12 fee is required and a background check.
If interested please contact Allison Morris, Volunteer Services Specialist with Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana at 502-413-2858-Direct Line, 888-771-5170-Toll Free, firstname.lastname@example.org – email.
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana
Big Brothers Big Sisters mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, 1-to-1 mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. They have new partnerships with the Green Valley Elementary School (located in close proximity to the IU Southeast campus) where they are matching volunteer “Bigs” in mentoring relationships with children who attend the school program there. Bigs meet with their Littles on-site once a week for about an hour. Big Brothers Big Sisters is always on the lookout for individuals eager to positively impact local children and their community at the same time, and this volunteer opportunity is perfectly-suited for college students. If interested, please contact Lisa Gertz @ 502-587-0494 (website: www.bbbsky.org)
- Girl Leadership Academy Series Pathway Facilitator
Reports to: Education/Collaborative Partnership Manager
Duties: Oversee the planning, implementing, and coordinating series offering. The person in this position is expected to provide high-quality learning experiences and activities for girls and is aligned to the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE). The nature of this position requires the individual to provide direct and indirect services to girls. The person in this position will feel self-confident in providing strength-based class room management, cultural diversity, and conflict resolution. The Girl Leadership Academy Series Pathway Facilitator will develop and offer curriculum that meets the GSUSA Outcomes and the Kentucky Core Content Assessment of Practical Livingand Vocational Skills.
Qualifications and Core Competencies:
Post-Secondary Educations hours completed (20 hours minimum)
Ability to lead discussions on contemporary and sensitive issues.
Ability to engage girls to lead activities, learn by doing, and cooperate with others on current issues that involve their interest and their need.
Personal Integrity and demonstrated dependability, honesty, and credibility.
Adaptability, excellent communication skills, with an understanding of and the ability to embrace diversity.
If Interested Please Contact:
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana
Education & Collaborative Partnership Manager
(O) 502.636.0900 ext. 22600
- AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps
The AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is a residential service program for Americans from 18-24 years old. They are currently serving at Habitat for Humanity of Indiana in Henryville rebuilding homes that were affected by the tornado back in March. NCCC is looking for ways to let the community know they're in the area, what they're doing and who they are.
Members of AmeriCorps NCCC are involved in direct service, which means that as the "boots on the ground" they complete a variety of projects for various organizations in the fields of Urban and Rural Development, Energy Conservation, Disaster Services, Infrastructure Improvement, Environmental Stewardship and Conservation.
For more information or to join in this effort please contact Aurora Harrison by email at email@example.com and/or visit the website at http://www.americorps.gov/about/programs/nccc.asp
Aurora can also be reached by phone at (256)690-4236.
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