We are thrilled to be able to offer you the opportunity to serve with TWM AmeriCorps Professional Corps, in conjunction with the Residency or Certified teacher experience. TWM AmeriCorps members are community-driven individuals who serve in the communities they live and work, and are motivated by dismantling systems of oppression that create barriers for their…
12:00 pm – 4:30 pm (as needed)
Volunteers can: Join one of our seven committees, Raise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the community, Coach sports teams or teach many of our classes, Motivate and support youth in building character, skills and relationships that lead to positive behaviors, better health, smart life choices and the pursuit of…
Help out with repair projects and odd-jobs. Welcoming contractors for more specialized building projects.
Update computer software, website support, clearing computers of viruses, etc.
Teach basic guitar, keyboard, or drum lessons
Create publicity materials, assist with social media effort, deliver and post newsletters, flyers and posters.
Make minor repairs in the homes of elders who request some assistance. No special license required, but person needs to have a variety of skills and able to provide a variety of services. Bring your own tools if needed. Homeowner pays for materials needed. On call as needed.
Tutors will provide academic support for students working to receive their HiSET (GED) in the YWCA Youth Build Program. Tutors should be skilled and knowledgeable in either or all subjects in math, science, writing and social studies.
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault (DVSA) certification training is required and is provided by the YWCA. Volunteer tasks include responding to area emergency rooms for support, advocacy, and safety planning for survivors of sexual assault. Volunteers much have a working cell phone, as this is how communication is possible to YWCA hotline and supervisors. Volunteers must make…