Volunteer Opportunity: TechGYRLS
TechGYRLS® is an all-girl program that offers fun math and science experiments, field trips, guest speakers, outdoor activities, and more. The program meets for about 1 hour per site during after school hours. Instructors are able to work at multiple
sites depending on availability. All training, curriculum, and supplies will be provided. Some administrative duties are required and will go beyond the one hour timeframe.
Program Hours: TechGYRLS is held at area schools Monday through Thursday. A mandatory staff meeting is also held. The Coordinator is willing to work around school schedules
Start Date: October
Description: Position will include but is not limited to:
- Mentoring/coaching of life skills
- Assisting the Coordinator with curriculum
- Set up/cleanup of workshops
- Staff meetings
- Trainings and workshops
- Candidates must have a passion for children and a genuine interest in their education and development.
- Some schooling in the education, human services, or the technology field is preferred.
- Must have transportation to locations where the program is held and be available to work approximately two hours at the end of the school day.
- Must commit to at least one semester.
Volunteer Opportunity: Mentors Needed to Teach Independent Living Skills
Volunteer Opportunity: Fostering Youth Independence (FYI)
We are looking for individuals with a desire to mentor youth in our community ages 15½ - 21 years old. Mentors need to be a consistent, positive presence in the life of youth who have spent a portion of their life placed out of their parental home.
Interested volunteers must be willing to work with a youth for a minimum of 18 months to assist them with independent living skills. Volunteers must be at least 21 years old and able to meet with the youth a minimum of 2 times a month.
Mentors provide long term guidance to youth in areas of: household management, budgeting, employment skills, secondary education, obtaining knowledge of community resources, and more. Training, program sponsored activities, and on-going support will
be provided. Mileage reimbursement is provided to mentors who are able to transport youth.
For more information, please contact Nicole Ronk us at (920) 437-2272, ext. 105 or email@example.com.
Circles of Support Needs Volunteers Make a Difference!
People helping people make the transition from incarceration back into the community.
Volunteers needed to provide pro-social weekly support in CIRCLE OF SUPPORT meetings for ex-offenders recently released from incarceration. Opportunities include providing support at weekly Circle meetings, conducting intakes with new participants, meeting 1:1 with participants, and/or transporting participants. Background in social work, criminal justice, psychology, teaching or ministries helpful but certainly not required. Be a part of making our communities safer! Prefer over age 22.
Contact Danel Burchby @ (920) 840-3037; email
A program of Goodwill, NCW www.circles-of-support.org
Volunteer Drivers Needed for Child Protective Services Children
Brown County Human Services Department Child Protective Services is in need of volunteer drivers primarily for transporting children from foster homes, schools, or day care centers to visits with their parent at the Brown County Human Services Department or the parent’s home. Some foster homes and respite care are located out of Brown County. Volunteers are reimbursed $56.5 cents per mile round trip for all authorized transports. Volunteers give their schedule of availability to the coordinator and will only be called for those days and times. Drivers can pick and choose which trips to accept. Drivers must submit to a background check, have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license, have a reliable vehicle, and possess the recommended $100,000.00 combined single limit auto insurance. Car seats are provided by the department. If interested, contact Glen Tilot at (920) 448-6023 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Circles of Support Brochure
ASPIRO is looking for volunteers!
Friends Forever (formerly the Citizen Advocacy Program) is looking for volunteers for 14 individuals with disabilities on our waiting list. The program was established in 1977 and facilitates a match between community volunteer and a person in need of
their support (the partner). The time requirement is up to you, although 2-3 hours a month is a basic guideline. You and your partner decide what you want to do with your time spent together. ASPIRO also has several community based outings that you can
attend with your partner throughout the year. If you decide to volunteer, you will have an opportunity to enhance another’s life…in effect while enhancing yours and be Friends Forever.
For more information or if interested in this opportunity contact: Sheri Sorenson (Manager - Special Events/Volunteers/Friends Forever) at (920) 593-4348 or at email@example.com
You can also visit www.aspiroinc.org for the volunteer application and the background disclosure statement.
Volunteer Opportunity: Volunteer Drivers Needed for Child Protection Children
Brown County Human Services Department Child Protective Services is in need of volunteer drivers primarily for transporting children from foster homes / schools / day care centers to visits with their parent at the agency, in the parent’s home, or
some other approved location. Some foster homes and respite care homes are located out of Brown County. Volunteers are reimbursed $.56 cents per mile round trip for all authorized transports. Volunteers give schedule of availability to the coordinator
and will only be called for those days and times. Drivers can pick and choose which trips to accept. Drivers must submit to a background check, have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license, have a reliable vehicle, and possess the recommended $100,000.00
combined single limit auto insurance. Car seats are provided by the department.
If interested, contact Glen Tilot at (920) 448-6023 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation Volunteer
Are you passionate about nutrition and helping others? Would you be willing to assist with setup and help teach others what you know? N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation is
looking for a volunteer to assist in its Nutrition Program every Friday from 9-12. Job duties would include set up and clean up and serving lunch to our program participants.
Please sign up to share your time and talent by visiting www.volunteergb.org or contacting Sarah at 920.593.3576 - direct/confidential or by email.
Literacy Program Volunteer Opportunity
N.E.W. Curative’s Literacy program is looking for volunteers to assist with tutoring adult students with learning disabilities. This volunteer opportunity is Wednesdays and
Thursdays from 12:00-3:00pm. Volunteers would work with students on understanding reading, English, math, social studies, or basic computer skills.
For more information please contact Sarah Kramer at 920-593-3576 or by email.
ALS Support Group Facilitator
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is currently looking for a licensed professional to facilitate the monthly ALS Support Group. Support groups may include guest speakers, field trips,
and getting to know other families affected by ALS.
If interested, click here for details.
Here is a collection of Volunteer Opportunities in the Green Bay area. See the attached flyers for more information.
- Volunteer Support for Circle of Support. Click here for flyer and here for website.
- Volunteer Guardian for Brown County Human Services Department. Click here for flyer.
- Spanish Translator Volunteer or Intern for Brown County Human Services Department. Click here for flyer.
- Administrative Review Panelist at Brown County Human Services Department. Click here for flyer.
- Foster Care Supervision Volunteer for Brown County Human Services Department. Click here for flyer.
- Pals Volunteer. Click here for flyer.
- Opportunities at Heartland Hospice in Brown County. Click here for flyer and here for the list of opportunities.