Open Positions

Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Disaster Relief, Life Skills, Poverty, Social Justice & Equality
As a Construction Crew Member you will play a vital role in building and repairing homes on a local level. You will learn and perform construction tasks on new and rehab homes; demolition, site prep, framing, roofing, siding, insulation, drywall, flooring, finish carpentry, and landscaping. You will attend site safety trainings and work with staff to maintain a safe and efficient build site.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education, Life Skills, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Participate in service at orientation, MLK Day of Service, and coordinate personal project (recruit additional volunteers) for National Volunteer Week in April 2023.
  • Review, research, and develop STEAM programming for youth members aged 13-18.
  • Conduct after-school program review and implement after-school program improvements including field-based project efforts
  • Tutor, mentor, and support youth to choose education and career options,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Education, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • In collaboration with Volunteer Program Manager, support all aspects of the Perkins Volunteer Program across campus including:
    • Collection of volunteer jobs from Perkins staff and creation of job descriptions
    • Creation of on-line training modules to support volunteer jobs
    • Recruiting, training, onboarding and recognition of volunteers.
  • Manage implementation of volunteers in direct service across all areas of Perkins.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Life Skills, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Community outreach: Help plan community events, participate and speak at community events, help plan and launch social media campaigns, help maintain a social media presence
  • Volunteer recruitment: Help manage community workshops, track attendance and participant feedback, record and track volunteer interests and demographics
  • Resource support: Help facilitate access to services and resources that contribute to improved employability—navigating systems for a work permit or a driver’s license or access to health,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Arts & Culture, Education, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Interact directly with young people during the after-school program hours, providing homework help, tutoring, and mentoring support.
  • Support older youth in college and career exploration, including research, applications, and financial aid processes.
  • Create and facilitate program activities that are consistent with positive youth development principles.
  • With the other Member, and guidance from the program staff,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education
Founded in 1966, METCO is the largest school desegregation program in the country. It is the commonwealth’s only program designed to address the long standing racial segregation in our public schools. Essential Responsibilities:
  • Plan, recruit, facilitate, and evaluate our BEAT (Boston Education Action Teams) program.
  • Assist students in identifying racial equity concerns in their schools and communities to develop youth-led plans of action and presentations
  • Complete a minimum of 750 hours of service,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Health, Life Skills, Social Justice & Equality
Through their service, members will build a more diverse and reliable volunteer base; increase our hours and ability to serve the community through emotional support, resource referrals, nourishing food options, and essential supplies; and foster a more cohesive community space. In addition, they will leverage over 200 volunteers that will be engaged in direct service, groups, and special projects.Essential Responsibilities:
  • Supervise volunteers during drop-in shifts,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Life Skills, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Develop, support, and implement activities at the drop-in centers, serving our three locations (one virtual, one located in Worcester, and one located at Fitchburg State University).
  • The members will serve a different location each week, with one member serving a site at a time (i.e. one member will be at Worcester, another at North, and the third serving virtually).
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Arts & Culture, Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Environment, Health, Hunger, Poverty, Senior Services
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Recruit, train, and support volunteer tutors serving in ESOL programs around Boston.
  • Support new tutor recruitment efforts bringing in and training new program tutors 2 to 3 times annually.
  • Plan and lead roundtables focused on creating community for tutors to improve tutor retention
  • Assist in the planning and leading of in-service trainings for tutors
  • Support students as a tutor at one or more program sites.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Assist with leading the meetings and activities of after-school Tech Clubs two to four times a week
  • Recruit, organize, and mobilize new volunteers for after-school programming
  • Take a leadership role in student recruitment for Tech Club participation
  • Help coordinate Tech Club activities with Lowell Public Schools
  • Serve as a full member of the KIT team,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education, Social Justice & Equality
Tutors serve full-time for an entire academic year and are embedded into a specific classroom. Our literacy tutors are the literacy resource in the classroom, working alongside a lead teacher and an assistant teacher. At their school site, tutors implement specific early literacy interventions, conduct weekly progress monitoring, and work with a team of coaches to make data-informed decisions to ensure each child is on track to read proficiently.
Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Hunger, Poverty, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Assist with day-to-day scheduling of volunteers, responding to volunteer inquiries, and volunteer training.
  • Develop a volunteer application and materials to support volunteer onboarding and training.
  • Conduct a survey of volunteer management software systems and support a transition to the chosen system.
  • Complete a minimum of 750 hours of service, serving through June 24,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Mentor and support a cohort of 15 Middle School students through advising and 1:1 relationship building during school day and After School hours.
  • Implement the MyCAP academic and career planning process; training provided.
  • Coordinate service-learning opportunity and hours tracking for students throughout the year, including a service-learning capstone.
  • Recruit volunteers and partners to provide workshops and presentations on different career pathways and other areas of interest.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Environment, Health, Hunger
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Recruit high school and college age youth to participate in open community volunteer hours at the
  • YouthGROW Farm.
  • Provide direct support at the YouthGROW Farm serving alongside youth leaders in the program and Farm Manager.
  • Mentor and support youth participants in the YouthGROW program to complete programmatic volunteer requirements, including leading youth project-based teams.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Health, Hunger, Poverty
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Develop, implement and evaluate volunteer-based systems for Growing Places distribution program including updating volunteer procedures, strategies and materials (recruitment, orientation, retention, appreciation, and evaluation);
  • Work with community partners to create sustainable systems for volunteer recruitment and engagement at Growing Places.
  • Pilot new procedures and systems that advance food equity and access in North Central MA related to distribution: Key elements include:
    • Establish partner communication for volunteer engagement in distribution systems with farmers and institutions;
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Health, Hunger, Poverty
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Develop, implement and evaluate volunteer-based systems for Growing Places new aggregation/pre- processing program including updating volunteer procedures, strategies and materials (recruitment, orientation, retention, appreciation, and evaluation);
  • Work with community partners to create sustainable systems for volunteer recruitment and engagement at Growing Places aggregation and pre-processing programs;
  • Pilot new procedures and systems that advance food equity and access in North Central MA related to aggregation and accessible processing.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education, Life Skills, Poverty
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Actively participate in and support program activities and workshops in the Teen Center, and be seen by staff and members as a Leader in the Club.
  • Identify new local partners and building collaborative relationships throughout our service region.
  • Develop curriculum/programs/activities/ workshops with teens in mind that act as conversation starters around sensitive topics like domestic violence,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education, Life Skills, Poverty
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Manage existing inventory system to track the produce outputs of the Freight Farm and manage the produce for the Kids Café program and the community distribution program, with the support of the Camp Riverside Executive Director.
  • Recruit at least 15 community volunteers to support the operations, outputs, and educational components of the Freight Farms.
  • Collaborate with the Nutrition team to evaluate current menus and develop youth-centered listening sessions and focus centered around exciting,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Disaster Relief, Life Skills, Poverty, Social Justice & Equality
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Assist CBHFH in the Implementation of the Volunteer Service Enterprise Action Plan:
  • Test and assess the elements of the plan to ensure successful volunteer engagement.
  • Assist CBHFH to expand the volunteer program county wide by recruiting, assessing, screening, and training volunteers.
  • Assist CBHFH in volunteer orientation, appreciation and recognition activities.
  • Support volunteers that would assist community residents to enroll in available job training programs and support residents in completion and retention of workforce placements.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education, Social Justice & Equality
Tutors serve full-time for an entire academic year and work with a caseload of about 15-18 students who need targeted reading support. At their school site, tutors implement specific early literacy interventions, conduct weekly progress monitoring, and work with a team of coaches to make data-informed decisions to ensure each child is on track to read proficiently.
Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education
City Year helps students and schools succeed, while preparing the next generation of civically engaged leaders who can work across lines of difference. Diverse teams of City Year AmeriCorps members provide support to students, classrooms and the whole school. City Year AmeriCorps members are inspiring young adults, ages 17-25, who share a commitment to a cause greater than themselves. While our corps members come from all walks of life,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Children, Education, Social Justice & Equality
Key Responsibilities and Functions
  • Assist with expanding 826 Boston’s Science Fair Boot Camp program to serve more students in addition to diversifying our STEM tutor corps to provide representative STEM field volunteers as mentors for students.
  • Partner with existing 826 Boston in-schools programs to support school-based science fair programs
  • Assist with evaluating existing curriculum resource library and developing new resources focused on supporting students in writing science reports
  • Develop a series of training modules to prepare 826 Boston staff,
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Disaster Relief, Environment
AmeriCorps Cape Cod is a full-time residential service program dedicated to addressing the critical environmental and disaster preparedness and response needs on Cape Cod.As an AmeriCorps Cape Cod Member, you will have the opportunity to:
  • Explore various sectors of the environmental and disaster preparedness field.
  • Gain valuable skills through training and hands-on service experience.
  • Foster personal and professional development.
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Relevancy Score: 30, no required skills requested - no desired skills requested - no interests match
Causes: Education, Life Skills
Notre Dame - AmeriCorps (NDA) members assist in education settings to add critical support to learning environments that serve low-income communities. NDA members serve primarily at one of our partner organizations, which include schools and community centers across the cities where we are located. Members assist in classrooms, lead small-group and one-on-one instruction, and coordinate extracurricular activities.