Urgent Volunteer Needs
The following is a list of current volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in volunteering for any of these you may contact the organization representative.
Organizations with upcoming events needing volunteers, please contact Vicki Hardin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 678.839.6431.
Volunteer Coordinator: 678.839.5923 Extension 4
Academic Excellence and Support
Assist in both weekly tutoring as well as with specialy programs such as SAT Prep, Oratory, and college preparation.
Kingdom Dominion Church
451 Bankhead Highway, Villa Rica, GA
Contact: Dr. John L. Mason, email@example.com
Carrollton Housing Authority Volunteer Tutors
Abstinence Education Program is looking for volunteer tutors for grades 6th through 12th in all subject areas. If you are interested please contact Jody Carter.
Applications are required as well as background check.
5-10 hours per week or as needed.
Monday-Friday, 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
770.834.5510 ext 10
Halcyon Healthcare Hospice
There are several different volunteering opportunities available for students. All types of volunteers must have a background check, a PPD, and an orientation. All of that will be provided by Halcyon unless the volunteer can provide documentation showing that a PPD has been done in the last year. There will also be required web based training that they can do from home.
Contact: Angela Bhowmik, Volunteer Coordinator
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Lewis H. Larson, Jr. Volunteer Program
The Anthropology Department has a very active Volunteer Program. Volunteers work along-side the professional staff and faculty in the Department and the Laboratory on a wide range of projects that providing hands-on experience. Volunteers can work with Physical Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Anthropological Archaeology, and in multiple facets of the Laboratory. The Larson Volunteer Program is split into two sets of volunteers: Junior and Senior Volunteers. A Junior Volunteer is any volunteer between the ages of 8-17. A Senior Volunteer is ages 18-up. Positions for volunteers in the Laboratory include: Cataloging, data entry, library work, and public outreach. Volunteers can be students (secondary education or college students) and members of the local community. Whether you are still in school, in college, or just seeking a chance to further develop your skills, volunteering might be for you. If you are interested in anthropology, like to organize, teach, work with computers, and meet new people, then volunteering might be for you!
For more information, visit http://waring.westga.edu/volunteer.htm.