Volunteer Teaching Assistants - April Vacation Week Program 2017
Bring your enjoyment of ART and working with KIDS
What: Teaching Assistants for April Vacation Week. Assist Teachers during vacation art camp.
A popular teen volunteer assignment!
Where: The Umbrella Community Arts Center, 40 Stow Street, Concord
When: Tuesday, April 18th to Friday, April 21st 2017. * See hours below.
Time Commitment: Choose all day or half days. Volunteer teaching assistants who are scheduled for full days should arrive at 8:30am and stay until 4:30 pm. Half day MORNING volunteer teaching assistants should arrive at 8:30am and leave at 1:00 pm. Half day AFTERNOON volunteer teaching assistants should arrive at 12:30pm and leave at 4:30pm. Extended day available until 5:30pm. More details will follow closer to the date.
Requirements: Outgoing, high energy, dependable, ability to take initiative, enjoy working with kids, ability to follow directions, excellent character, integrity, and flexibility.
Interested? Email email@example.com
Please specify if you would prefer half day (mornings or afternoons) or full day for the week. Preference given to those who can commit to all four days.
April Vacation Week Theme: GREEN Week!
Welcome SPRING and join us in celebrating and exploring – earth-friendly recycled materials through art making. Projects are aimed at building sustainable practices in everyday living.
Reduce, reuse and recycle...transform plastic parts, newspaper, cardboard, scrap fabrics, and recycled ceramics into art. Turn what some people call trash into beautiful art. Collect art materials from nature while exploring our local environment and learning about plants and animals. Students will have the opportunity to work in the mediums of Drawing & Painting, 2D and 3D Mixed Media, Ceramics, Performing Arts, Art & Nature, Woodworking/Workshop, Digital Arts and Film Making, and More! Join us, and let the art adventures begin.
See our current volunteer opportunities at
2017 Annual High School Community Service Awards
Honor High School students who serve 50 hours or more of community service in the Wayland area. Nominations of friends, fellow Wayland students, residents of Wayland who attend independent high schools or self-nominations are accepted.
Nominations are due April 1, 2017.
For more information, take a look at this flyer and nomination materials.
Volunteer at a medical clinic
Did you know there’s a
FREE medical clinic in Sudbury? The MetroWest Free Medical Program has
been offering free medical services for over ten years; it is one of
the largest free clinics
in the state.
Most Tuesdays the clinic operates in space donated by
the Temple Beth El in Sudbury (next to the fire station) and serves over
1,000 patients a year. Student volunteers are needed to both set-up
and take down the equipment.
Each shift only
takes about 45 minutes and involves moving and setting up beds,
supplies and equipment. You can have a real impact on our community!
Next clinics: Tuesdays, 4:30 pm on March 21, 28, April 4 & 25. Call 978-204-3926 for more information
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(posted 01/31/2017; updated 3/9/17)
Intern on a farm
The Natick Community Organic Farm is accepting applications for Senior Internships. For more information, click here.
Need Help Moving Furniture
A woman who lives in the Mainstone Condos in Wayland is looking for 2 strong boys to move some heavy furniture.
Should only take 1-2 hours either after school one day or on a weekend.
If interested, call Patty Kussell at 617.633.3079 for more information. Leave a message if she doesn't answer immediately.
Award $10,000 to Local Nonprofits
Interested in making a positive impact? Learning how to evaluate nonprofits? Granting money?
Join Youth in Philanthropy!
YIP is a free, 17-week extracurricular program for high school students that offers an introduction to various forms of philanthropy and community involvement. Learn what needs exist in our community, read real grant applications that come in to the Foundation for MetroWest, and ultimately award $10,000 in grants to local youth-serving nonprofits.
Apply at www.bit.ly/yip2017 by January 9!
Contact Kimberly Blakemore,
email@example.com, with any questions.
Traditions of Wayland is looking for bingo callers from
6:15-8:15 every night- pick any night! Ideally 6-8 week commitment.
Please contact Janie.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Are You A Snow Angel?
Sign up to be a Snow Angel for an older Wayland resident this winter. You'll shovel the walk and entrance (no driveways!) when it snows. And you'll make someone's day easier and safer. Contact Ann Gordon at the Wayland Council on Aging to sign up, email@example.com.
Teen Tech Tutors
Do your grandparents (or your parents) ask for your help with technology, whether it's their phone or laptop? Are you good at explaining things, and patient as your "student" learns? Why not use that skill for community service? Be a Teen Tech Tutor and get paired with an older Wayland resident one-on-one for up to three one-hour sessions to answer their questions about how to use their device. Meet at the library on a schedule you choose. You won't believe how grateful your students will be for your help and attention. To sign up, contact Ann Gordon at the Wayland Council on Aging, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reducing Achievement Gaps (RAG) needs high school volunteers to mentor, tutor and be positive role models for 5th and 6th grades students at the Woodrow Wilson School on 169 Leland Street in Framingham.
Woodrow Wilson and JFS run two programs through RAG called All-Stars and Math Academy. They runs from October 18 (training day is 10/11 from 3:00-5:00) through June 6 Tuesdays and Wednesdays 3:00-5:30. Volunteers can pick one or both days but we are in great need for volunteers on Wednesdays!
Volunteers can get more info from:
WGBH - Needs Volunteers:
The office of volunteers at WGBH would like to offer volunteer opportunities to high school students 16 years old and older.
Volunteering would include working at various events hosted by the station, and interacting with staff and other volunteers.
Specific events would include the Classical Cartoon Fest in March; Fun Fest in July; and the taping of High School Quiz show in January/February.
If you are interested in offering this opportunity to your students, please provide the following information:
* School name
* Annual community service requirements
* Contact name and title
* Contact email
Director of Volunteers Jaime Reese will contact you.
Thanks in advance for being part of the WGBH community.
Contact us at 617-300-4211 or email email@example.com to let us know how you'd like to help.
One Earth Collaborative is a program of Open Spirit – A Place of Hope, Health, and Harmony, and seeks to foster community through our shared connection to the Earth.
One Earth Collaborative is dedicated to transforming our consciousness and our culture by acknowledging and strengthening our spiritual connection to the Universe and all it contains and allowing that connection to move us to action and to meaningful changes in our lives and in our communities.
One Earth Collaborative achieves its goals through:
1) connecting people through conscious conversations, shared celebrations, interfaith learning, and advocacy for the Earth and its inhabitants;
2) nurturing our spiritual connection to the Earth and each other through outdoor exploration and interaction, for ourselves and our children, storytelling, and deep listening to strengthen us individually and communally; and
3) working together and sharing wisdom to help us learn to live more sustainably as individuals and as communities.
What we need:
One Earth Collaborative seeks assistance with online publicity and social media development. Being comfortable with writing and an interest in the outdoors are helpful. This work can be done at home and at the home of Rabbi Katy Allen, the facilitator of One Earth, who lives within walking distance of the high school.
For more information, please contact Katy Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-358-5996.