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Commences on January 4th and expires on December 31st
Assist either an adult English speaker who has elementary-level reading skills or a non-English speaker who wants to learn English. Tutors are asked to commit to a full year of tutoring including summer if at all possible, but they can continue as long as they wish. Tutors must attend training and orientation before being matched with an adult student. Tutoring is for about an hour and a half to two hours at one of the public libraries convenient to you. With preparation time, the total weekly commitment is about 2-3 hours. Tutoring can be during the day, evening, or weekend. You only need to have the available time weekly, an interest and ability to help someone one-to-one, and a good understanding of English spelling and pronunciation. No teaching experience is necessary. There is much support for tutors from the tutoring materials and the other literacy volunteers and director. This would be great for students who want to directly helping another person over a period of time.
For more information, contact Steve Spaulding at 321 674 7155
Commences on April 10th and expires on December 31st
Brevard County Animal Care Centers seeks volunteers to assist in a variety of roles dedicated to helping homeless animals in need. Available volunteer positions include greeters, event volunteers, transport volunteers, photographers, animal care assistants, dog walkers, clerical assistants, and animal biographers.
If you are interested in volunteering, go to www.brevardanimalservices.com and complete a volunteer application. Once your application is received, you will be contacted to schedule an orientation to attend.
For more information, contact Jennifer Kerr at 321-255-4379
Commences on February 24th and expires on December 31st
The Foosaner Art Museum has volunteer opportunities available throughout the year during our exhibits. Shifts are available in 2 hour blocks. The museum is located in Eau Gallie Arts District at 1463 Highland Avenue. Our weekday hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm , Thursdays 10:00 am - 7 pm and Sundays 1 - 5 pm
• Work front desk reception answering phone calls, greeting visitors, handling gift shop transactions
• Help out at occasional evening and weekend events and lectures
• Back office duties as needed
For more information, contact Tina Murray at 321-674-8919 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, contact Tina Murray at 321-674-8919
Commences on April 6th and expires on April 3rd
The Space Coast Center for Mothers with Children (SCC) is a nonprofit, Christ-centered organization aimed to help end the generational cycle of homelessness and poverty for families by addressing the needs of the whole person. The SCC Youth Mentoring Program is developed to support our mission of empowering our youth by fostering healthy and meaningful relationships. The mentor will typically serve 2-3 hours on Saturday or Sunday and is expected to engage in activities that will give the mentees new experiences.The SCC Youth Mentoring Program requests a minimum 6 month commitment from its volunteers in addition to a desire to build a one to one relationship with a child in the SCC community.
For more information, contact Renae Evans at 347-780-3870
Commences on May 1st and expires on May 1st
The Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with The City of Palm Bay, and the Bayfront Community Redevelopment Agency invites you volunteer at our monthly outdoor festival!
Held the First Friday of each month at the corner of US1 and Palm Bay Road, this family fun event offers live music with well known bands, a bounce house, food trucks, vendors and more! Volunteers will be needed for vendor check-in and booth assignments, set-up assistance, environmental services, parking and break-down.
The inaugural event will be on May 1, 2015. Those interested should attend the Volunteer Coordination meeting held the Wednesday prior to the event. The first meeting is 4/29/15, 5:00pm at the Chamber office, 4100 Dixie Highway NE, Palm Bay. You can call 321-951-9888 with any questions.
For more information, contact Stephanie Boucher at 321-434-5633
Commences on September 14th and expires on May 31st
Crosswinds Youth Services is a local not-for-profit organization that has been committed to helping vulnerable youth and children overcome serious issues such as homelessness, abuse, neglect, running away, and other serious challenges for 41 years.
We are seeking a student that is majoring in Public Relations or Marketing and would like to gain experience working with a Youth serving non-profit organization. Individual must have strong written and communication skills; have knowledge and experience with social media and Microsoft Office applications. CorrelDraw experience is a plus.
• Updates Facebook, Linked-In, and Twitter accounts with information, photos, and videos from Crosswinds activities and events.
•Monitors all forms of social media.
•Assist with updating Duck Race website.
•Assist in creating promotional signage, brochures, e-mail campaigns, and online promotions.
• Assist with mailings and print production.
Crosswinds is located at 1407 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa. Office hours 8:30 - 5 pm. Monday - Friday.
For more information, contact Misty Campbell at (321) 452-0800 ext. 205