Opportunities List

Individual Volunteer Opportunities are listed below.

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  • General Volunteer Opportunities - Avanti Center for Girls
    Avanti Center for Girls (Blaine) Avanti Center for Girls offers a continuum of shelter, evaluation and residential treatment services. Avanti uses Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to treat adolescent girls, ages 13-18, experiencing mental health crisis. Contact Amanda Schuster at 763-230-7400 or amanda.schuster@voamn.org
  • General Volunteer Opportunities - Bar None Residential Treatment Center
    Bar None Residential Treatment Center (Anoka) Bar None Residential Treatment Services offers a variety of residential treatment and aftercare services, as well as evaluation and stabilization options, for at-risk youth who exhibit emotional and behavioral problems.
  • Senior Volunteer Opportunities - Southwest Senior Center
    Southwest Senior Center provides a drop in center, a licensed adult day program, and social work services for people 50 and up. The Center provides 10 exercise classes per week, senior dining, art programs, computer tutoring, and health, educational and cultural programs. Southwest DayElders serves seniors in need of a structured program. The Center is open from 8 am – 3 pm Monday to Friday. Participants are: Ages 50 and greater.
  • Senior Volunteer Opportunities - Our HOME
    Our HOME Volunteer Opportunities - You could be an instrument in uplifting lives of homeless and at risk families. We have volunteer opportunities in Isle and Wahkon. We will work with your schedule, skills and interests to find the best fit! Volunteering does involve making a commitment to a background check, training and time.
  • Education Related Volunteer Opportunities
    Adult Education Program - Classroom mentor/tutor: Seeking volunteers to help students at all levels with the following academic subjects; English, Math, Social Studies, Writing, Grammar, Reading and Computer skills between 3:15 - 9:00 pm on Mon-Fri.
  • People with Special Needs Volunteer Opportunities
    You could be an instrument in uplifting lives of people with developmental disabilities. We have volunteer opportunities in St. Paul, Foley, Princeton, Milaca, Mora, Isle and Wahkon. We will work with your schedule, skills, and interests to find the best fit! Volunteering does involve making a commitment to a background check, training and time.
  • RSVP Bone Builders Volunteer Exercise Leader
    Lead a free osteoporosis prevention exercise program for seniors.
  • RSVP/CarFit Volunteer Technician
    Help increase older driver safety: take drivers through a 12-point safety check-up, focusing on seat belt use, mirror and seat adjustments, and more.
  • Interior Painting and Exterior Painting
    Youth dual diagnosis treatment center gymnasium needs paint
  • Painting Project (Interior)
    Check back for updates to needed interior painting projects.
  • Youth Mentor (Avanti)
    Spend time being a friend to an adolescent in need! Provide role-modeling and a positive influence through hanging out, sharing activities and good conversation.
  • Youth Mentor (Bar None)
    Spend time being a friend to an adolescent in need! Provide role-modeling and a positive influence through hanging out, sharing activities and good conversation.
  • AARP Experience Corps Tutor
    One-on-one tutoring to improve the reading skills for K-3 students in our partner schools.
  • Opportunity High School - Advanced Reading Tutor
    Intermediate to Advanced Levels Reading tutors work in a classroom to improve the overall comprehension of written passages in preparation for the Minnesota Basic Standards tests. Tutors will work with learners on vocabulary, reading speed and discussion of written passages to test comprehension.
  • Opportunity High School - Writing Tutor
    Intermediate to Advanced Levels. Assist learners in improving their written expression in areas such as spelling, grammar, employment based writing, filling out applications and medical forms, and writing creatively.
  • Opportunity High School - Math Tutor
    Beginner to Advanced Levels. All levels of math instruction are needed to assist with advancing our students’ mathematical skills.
  • Opportunity High School - English Language Tutor
    Beginner to Low Intermediate Levels. Provide one to one, small group or multilevel classroom tutoring. Examples of class work include spelling, basic alphabet, reading, conversation practice, grammar and handwriting. Assist a teacher with break out groups or one to one remedial support.