Dallas Public Library Volunteers
August 18, 2015
The Audelia Road Library has a bustling after-school hour, and we are looking for college students to volunteer to help us out with our Awesome After-School Activities.
Every school day, we have between 10 and 25 elementary aged kids who wait at the library. In response to this, we’d like to offer STEAM activities and after-school homework help. Unfortunately for us, we just don’t have enough people to implement this kind of program and do it well. It would be a great opportunity for Education undergrads to gain some hands-on experience working with kids.
This school year, the Audelia Road Library has partnered with Equal Hearts to provide an after-school snack 5 days a week. We’ll be offering after-school activities on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and hopefully having non-library run programs on Wednesdays.
If this is something you think your students would be interested in, please send them our way. We could use all the help we can get. Giving kids something engaging to do after school makes our neighborhood better.
Library Associate – Dallas Public Library-Audelia Road Branch
10045 Audelia Road Dallas, TX 75238
214-670-1350 / Megan.Court@dallascityhall.com
Mentors Needed for Refugee Youth Program
July 21, 2015
Refugee Services of Texas is looking for mentors, especially male, who would be willing to meet with their mentee 8 hours per month for a year. Most of the kids are English Language Learners who need exposure to different events where they can practice their English and interact with Americans. Please click here for more information about the program, mentor opportunity and application.
Maria Mendoza│ Youth Mentor Coordinator
Refugee Services of Texas
12025 Shiloh Road, Suite 240, Dallas, TX 75228│rstx.org
T: 214-821-4883│F: 214-821-4899│email@example.com
Volunteers Needed ASAP for Summer STEM Academy
June 9, 2015
College student volunteers needed ASAP for the Parish Episcopal School STEM Academy. Parish is a PreK – 12 independent school in North Dallas who hosts a STEM summer outreach academy for approximately 50 middle school students from DISD and charter schools in the Dallas area. The camp is held in Parish’s 4,000 sq ft design and maker space, the Design Den. Students spend a week learning how to design, build and program a LEGO EV3 robot, work with AutoDesk Inventor to design and print with a MakerBot 3D replicator, design, build, and load test wooden bridges, as well as working with different shop equipment. The 2015 Summer STEM Academy will run Monday – Friday, June 8 – 19th from 9 am – 1 pm. If you are interested in volunteering to help with the STEM Academy please contact Jenn Makins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-239-8011 ext. 2337.
Volunteer Posting – Multicultural Reading Day at De Zavala
May 1, 2015
Do you like kids? Do you like reading? Are you proud of your culture? Yes? Then this is the perfect opportunity to get involved. Read all about it here.
Volunteer Posting – Tutors for Roger Mills Elementary
February 10, 2015
Reading tutors needed on Saturdays from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m for one to one sessions. Staff will already have the lesson planned and materials provided. All concepts have been previously taught to the students. The main purpose is to work with students in a very small group walking through the lesson to build their critical thinking skills.
Contact for more information:
Candee Martinez, Principal
Roger Q. Mills Elementary
1515 Lynn Haven Avenue, Dallas, TX 75216
Volunteer Posting – ESL Teachers for Spring Semester
January 21, 2015
Gain hands-on experience teaching part-time for the Aramark Facility Services employees on the SMU campus.
Volunteers are only expected to volunteer once a week and either be native or advanced speakers of English. No prior experience required.
Please contact Jaime Sisson for more information:
Volunteer Posting – ProCamps
January 12, 2015
Jason Witten, professional football player for the Dallas Cowboys, is hosting a football camp on May 16th and 17th and we are looking for students interested in a sports career to volunteer at our event.
Providing local students with an opportunity to work at our camps is something that we at ProCamps value. We use these student volunteers to produce successful camps throughout the country. When the students volunteer with us they are given the chance to receive real world experience in the sports industry. A ProCamps volunteer opportunity gives the students a chance to experience a part of the sports world that is not often spoken about. To give you an idea of what our camps entail I’ve included this video: https://vimeo.com/84189795 password: procamps
Attached is a document that has a little more detail in regards to the Jason Witten ProCamps volunteer opportunity. We would be very appreciative if you could pass on this information to any students who might be interested in creating an unforgettable experience for our campers.
If you have any students that are interested in this opportunity please have them email their resume to email@example.com
Volunteer Posting – St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School (Dallas)
October 22, 2014
Pre-k teacher from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is looking for students to work with her young ones.
- Hours available – 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Days available – Monday through Friday
Please contact Michelle Hollingsworth for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Posting – Medrano Middle School (Dallas ISD)
October 6, 2014
Tutors for reading and math needed at Medrano Middle School. The tutoring program lasts from September 20th to December 20th. Volunteers are needed to help tutor at least one day a week, as well as commit to the entire length of the program. Volunteers will be assigned to specific students so that relationships can be built and volunteers can become familiar with the academic needs of assigned student/s.
- Hours available – 8:35 a.m. – 3:35 p.m.
- Days available – Monday through Friday
- Date/time selected for length of the program.
Please contact Jamie Linver for more information, JLINVER@dallasisd.org.
Volunteer Posting – Rose Haggar Elementary (Plano ISD)
September 25, 2014
Tutors for reading and math needed at Rose Haggar Elementary. The tutoring program lasts from September 30th to November 20th. Volunteers are needed to help tutor at least one day a week, as well as commit to the entire length of the program. There are a few different days and times that are available, so this opportunity would be perfect for a student who has some extra time around their classes. Please see below for the schedule.
- 8:30 – 9 a.m.
- Days available – Monday through Friday
- 9:30 – 10 a.m.
- 11:30 – 12
- Days available – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Volunteer Posting – Foster Elementary (Dallas ISD)
September 2, 2014
If you are an SMU graduate or doctoral student, and need to complete considerable amounts of hours doing on-site, clinical type of work on public school campuses, Foster Elementary School (Dallas ISD) has some volunteer opportunities. For more information, please contact Zack C. Hall (Principal, Foster Elementary) at 972-794-8100 or email: email@example.com.
Volunteer Posting – Lakewood Elementary
August 29, 2014
Lakewood Elementary has an “after school program” for students from 3pm-6pm. They would love to have SMU students volunteer to help. For additional information, the person to contact is:
Toni Watkins (Program Director, 2nd grade teacher),
Volunteer Posting – Trinity Basin Preparatory Charter School (Oak Cliff)
August 26, 2014
Trinity Basin Preparatory Charter School is seeking college students who are majoring in education or might be interested in volunteering at the school for a few hours in a week or month. For those who might be interested, please call Melissa Tipton at 972-372-0771 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Posting – SMU Engaged Learning Project
August 26, 2014
Volunteer Posting – Balch Springs Middle School
July 30, 2014
Read to Succeed! Get involved in an exciting educational program in Southeast Dallas!
Ms. Peterson is offering a unique opportunity for motivated college students to serve as reading buddies with the 7th graders she teaches at Balch Springs Middle School. Most of her students are reading many grade levels below where they should be and volunteering your valuable time could have a positive impact on their future success. If you are interested and would like more information, please contact Ms. Peterson at email@example.com.
Volunteer Posting – Julie Reynolds
July 29, 2014
Julie Reynolds is looking for an individual, who might be interested in supervising/working with her children. If you would like to gain experience and enjoy working with children, then this will be a great opportunity for you. She has a 6 year old son, who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 2 1/2 and a 3 year old daughter. Training will be given and she prefers someone who is willing to commit for six months, most likely, it would be just for two hours at a time, 1-2 days per week. If you would like more information, please contact Julie at 214-868-5808, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Volunteer Opportunities – It’s STEM KIDS, Inc.
July 28, 2014
The It’s STEM Kids, Inc., a non-profit organization that educates economically disadvantaged African American and Latino children on STEM subjects (Math and Science), are looking for student volunteers to assist with and teach the learning sessions. The participating children will come to a learning center in the evenings, twice a week and attend 30-minute sessions . These sessions will begin in September 2014. Volunteers may be asked to become a permanent salaried staff member, once enough funds are received. Here is the contact information:
Monica Boler, Founder/ Executive Director, It’s STEM Kids, Inc., 817-323-5970
AmeriCorps VISTA/VISTA Leader Opportunities
June 2, 2014
AmeriCorps is currently recruiting individuals for the upcoming year. If you are interested in serving with AmeriCorps, the person to contact is Misty Pegue.
Volunteer Teaching Opportunities in the Pacific Islands
May 8, 2014
Yearlong, Fully Funded Volunteer Teaching Opportunities in the Pacific Islands:
American Samoa, Marshall Islands, Micronesia
WHAT: WorldTeach is currently accepting applications for college graduates to serve as volunteer English teachers in our yearlong, fully funded programs in the Pacific Islands of American Samoa, the Marshall Islands, and Micronesia.
Applications will be accepted until May 19th, 2014,
and volunteers will depart mid July, 2014.
Volunteers are full time teachers of varying subjects (based on their experience and preference) at different age levels (primary, high school): English as Foreign Language, Math, Science, or Business Courses. In some programs, volunteers have the opportunity to earn a TEFL certificate during their term of service.
Note: Micronesia has a few placements at the College of Micronesia for volunteers with experience in vocational training, or a master’s degree in a science, math, or art related field.
The American Samoa, Marshall Islands, and Micronesia programs are all fully funded by each country’s Ministry of Education, including round-trip international airfare from designated U.S. departure city, in addition to the following:
Yearlong volunteers receive:
– WorldTeach pre-departure literature and preparation
– Comprehensive visa sponsorship and assistance in securing necessary work permits
– Health & emergency evacuation insurance
– Training comprising 3-4 week Orientation upon arrival, Mid Service Conference, and End of Service Conference
– Meals and housing during orientation and conferences
– Transportation between training and placement sites
– Monthly stipend
– Option for TEFL certification in some programs
– Professional development through Teacher Quality Program, including mentorship by remote Teacher Quality Coordinator
– Support from full time, in-country field staff
Volunteer Period – July 2014 -July 2015
Qualifications: Applicants must be native English speakers, American citizenship is not necessary, and be between the ages of 21-73. A Bachelor’s degree is required at the time of departure. No teaching experience is necessary, but an interest in teaching, and a flexible, mature attitude, are attributes of a successful volunteer.
To Apply: Year program applications require a resume, a personal statement, two letters of recommendation, and a college/university transcript. Start your application on our website here, or email email@example.com.
WorldTeach was founded in 1986 by a group of Harvard students who were motivated by the desire to promote local education initiatives in places where teachers and resources were lacking. Today, we continue to provide opportunities for individuals to serve as volunteer teachers around the world, working to educate under-served students in countries that would otherwise be unable to afford or locate qualified teachers. Each year, we send about 400 volunteers to local schools and host communities in countries around the world that have specifically requested our support through their Ministries of Education. WorldTeach is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit and Charity Navigator 4-star charity.
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Volunteer Posting – Changing Lives Through Literacy
April 7, 2014
Its that time of year again! Changing Lives Through Literacy has openings for volunteer teachers June 2 – June 26. Volunteers commit to one week of classes, 9:30-11:30, Monday thru Thursday. If interested please contact Liz Harling, information listed below.
Liz Harling | Adult Program Director
VMLC | Changing Lives Through Literacy
Phone: 214.265.5057 x102 | lharling@VMLC.org
Volunteer Posting – Voice of Hope Ministries in West Dallas
March 25, 2014
Voice of Hope Ministries in West Dallas is looking for a student volunteer to help develop an after school curriculum. Ideally completed over the summer, this student would receive in-person experience collaborating with the after school program staff to determine needs for the curriculum, research skills in identifying effective activities, and presentation skills in presenting the finished product to VOH staff. The student would collaborate closely and receive supervision from VOH’s PhD program evaluator. This student should be able to work well independently and be highly organized.
Main tasks would include:
- compiling activities and lesson plans from existing resources (ex; Dallas afterschool network)
- internet lit search for best practices in after school activities related to academic achievement
- internet lit search for grade-appropriate lessons/activities related to different TEKS standards
- internet lit search for best practices on youth ministry activities
- electronic files to share with VOH; sub folders containing lessons/activities for each grade level
- print outs of activities from the electronic files, compiled into a well-organized binder for each grade level classroom
Please contact Annie Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-397-7290 if interested.
Volunteer Posting – ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program
March 24, 2014
Volunteer Posting – especially needed Easter Eggstravaganza
March 24, 2014
Volunteer Posting – Highland Park High School
March 20, 2014
We are in need of three essay graders for the UIL current events competition this Saturday morning at Highland Park Highs School.
Here are the details: 9:30 am, Saturday, March 22, Highland Park High School front entrance; grade eight essays; $50 pay. If interested please contact Cynthia Jones at email@example.com.
Volunteer Posting – Final Four Clinic
February 25, 2014
Volunteer Posting – Classroom – DISD
February 24, 2014
Kim Gardner is looking for volunteers who are eager to gain ESL experience in her classroom. She is looking for volunteers a few hours a week. If interested please contact Kim Gardner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Posting – Eagle Scholars College Readiness
February 6, 2014
It’s that time again! I’m looking for great college students (or recently graduated) who are out-of-the-box thinkers with a high level of academic skills that would be interested in an 8-week internship this summer. It’s through Americorps, but they would be placed with our Eagle Scholars college readiness program. We are looking for several different careers this year so they don’t have to all be educators…as long as they’re interested in working with a great group of young people.
The application process is only open until March 1…or until we fill all of our slots (whichever comes first)!
Join our EAGLE Scholars University team this summer. June 9-August 1.
We’re looking for people with talents, interests, and college majors in these areas:
□ Science—Biology (for Pre-Med or Veterinary)
□ Technology (Programming/Web Design)
If you’re interested, go to www.vmydf.com, go to “click here to find out more about our EAGLE Scholars program,” click on “Internship Opportunities,” fill out the applications, and submit them! We will be interviewing and hiring as we go so get your applications in soon!
Janet Morrison, Ed.D.
Volunteer Posting – Winston School in Dallas – Visual Arts
February 2, 2014
My name is Tanya Powell and I am the Visual Arts Chair at the Winston School in Dallas. I would like to announce that we have an internship/community service hour opportunity for interested persons to volunteer in our Lower and Middle School Art classes. He or she would work directly with the art teacher, Mrs. Frei, and gain experience in teaching gifted students with unique learning styles. We will be flexible in accommodating your schedule.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Tanya Powell at email@example.com or at 972-697-7694.
Volunteer Posting – George W. Bush Presidential Center
January 13, 2014
Volunteer Posting – Workers Defense Project
January 13, 2014
Workers Defense Project s looking for volunteers. Adult Education and Training (AET) is starting a new cycle of English classes, Jan 20th-March 26th, Mondays and Thursdays from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. We are increasing our recruitment efforts this cycle and want to be able to open our classes to mothers and fathers. Therefore, Workers Defense Project would like to develop a Youth program for children ages 5+ to parallel their parent’s learning.
We are looking for a volunteer, preferably an education major, who would be interested in an opportunity to gain teaching experience by developing and facilitating activities for the Youth Program. Ideally, the volunteer would be able to commit to both Mon and Thu classes from 6:30PM-8:30PM, but we are also open to discussing smaller commitments.
Please contact Marissa if interested, information below.
Marissa Elena Ocampo
Workers Defense Project
(972) 479-5080 ext. 8040
Volunteer Posting – Uplift Luna
December 19, 2013
Would you like to help a high school student on his or her path to college?
Make an hour really count!
Uplift Luna Preparatory Secondary, a charter school conveniently located just five miles from the SMU campus, is looking for weekly academic support for a handful of 9th and 10th grade students. If you would like to give your time by tutoring either in Algebra (high priority), Biology (high priority), Geometry or English Language Arts, please refer to the following contact information below.
If you can give one hour a week, it will definitely be worth your while!
Allison Clendening, Academic Counselor: firstname.lastname@example.org
2625 Elm Street (right off of 75!)
Volunteer Posting – Uplift Luna
December 9, 2013
Uplift Luna is looking for after school tutors, afterschool homework coaches, individuals to put in small groups during the day, and individuals to keep an eye on scholars working independently so that teachers can pull small groups.
Please contact Kristina Nitahara at KNitahara@uplifteducation.org if you are intesrested.
December 4, 2013
George W. Bush Presidential Library
November 26, 2013
For volunteer opportunites at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, please visit:
Volunteer Opportunity – Student Interns
George W. Bush Presidential Library
November 25, 2013
We are accepting internship applications for our Student Lecture Series Internship Program. Information about the Lecture Series and other spring internship opportunities at the Presidential Library and Museum are posted on the career center website.
The Student Lecture Series is an intern mentoring program for high school and college students. Student interns will conduct research based on a chosen topic that relates to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum permanent exhibit. This research topic will be a study of American history, the American Presidency or important issues of public policy. The research project will conclude with a student-led lecture. Students will present their research to their peers and to Presidential Library and Museum docents in a classroom or lecture hall setting.
More information about this internship program is available on the Presidential Library and Museum website:
The Children’s Center
Our hours of operation are from 8:45am until noon with an extended day program that goes until 2pm, Monday through Friday. Most of the time we would need volunteers from 8:45am until noon. We are a true school, not a day care or mother’s day out, so everything we do with our curriculum is developed with a love of learning and hands on environment for the children. Our web-site has a lot of information that you may need, http://www.thechildrenscenterdallas.org/
The best contact information is our phone number, 214-823-2119 or contact Winter Morrison: email@example.com
Volunteer Opportunity – Wednesday, November 27th, 9:30 am
8th Annual Ben Milam “Turkey Cup” Golf Tournament
Volunteer Opportunity – Wednesday, September 17, 2013
Maple Lawn Elementary School
Maple Lawn Elementary School is seeking students who would be interested in working with third and fourth grade students on their writing. The kids work in groups of six in 45-minute sessions to improve their writing. Training would be provided and they are seeking interested candidates who could commit for at least a semester.
Contact: Deborah Harvey, Dlharvey66@yahoo.com–