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Community Organizations: Have an opportunity you want to see listed here and also to go out on our Volunteer Reserves email? CLICK HERE to submit your opportunity! Please note that volunteer opportunities will be removed after 6 months. The HUB e-newsletter with service opportunities will be sent the first and third Tuesday of each month.
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March 1 will be MSU Family Science Day and 150 middle school kids will be at MSU from 10:30-11:45 for hands-on activities and an additional 250-300 members of the public will be invited to MSU that night from 5-7pm for activities. We are looking for volunteers to run science stations or people to represent labs and organizations on campus and run their own activities. This event will be a science festival type atmosphere that allows people to circulate around to various stations at their own pace.
To sign up to run already created activities go to this link http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094fabaf2ca5fe3-msufamily
To sign up to run your own club or lab activity that is already created sign up here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/msu-stem18
We need help organizing and running the 2018 Pinhead Classic. Volunteers will be asked to: request donations from local businesses, hang up fliers around the downtown Bozeman area and help with tasks and duties day of the event at Bridger Bowl Ski Area. This gives students and excellent opportunity to volunteer for a non-profit that is deeply rooted in the Bozeman community. Our "race" and event each years brings out people of all ages to come and ski for a great cause. All proceeds from the event go to the GNFAC and KGLT. Please email Deejay (firstname.lastname@example.org) so she can update you with volunteer dates and times!
There are various ways to be involved in this event from race packet stuffing to race day setup and course flaggers. Check out all opportunities here, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084fafa62caafe3-runtothe2.
If you have any questions, please contact: Bridget Wilkinson Volunteer Director Run to the Pub 2018 email@example.com // 406-587-6262
Creating and bringing the first ever Mountain Soap Box Derby to the great state of Montana! It started with a simple idea and we made it happen. Presented by Creek To Peak Wear, we race every April on the first Saturday of the month on Myers Lane in beautiful Livingston, Montana. Join us for some awesome fun and the biggest event of the year! We need various volunteers to help with course set up, crowd control, giveaways and helping during the race! Volunteers can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Frank 570.499.4958
The Expanding Your Horizons conference team is looking for 50 female MSU students to work as Group Leaders with 6th–8th grade girls interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
The event is Saturday, April 21, 2018
Your commitment would be from 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (and one of two mandatory training sessions listed below).
HRDC’s Warming Center, founded in 2010, has a simple mission: to ensure that people experiencing homelessness in our community have a place to sleep indoors during the winter months. Volunteers are vital to the success of the Warming Center that opens annually from November 1st to March 31st. The center is open from 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM on Mondays through Saturdays and from 7:00 PM to 10:00 AM on Sundays, and many different evening, late night, and morning shifts are available to provide support to staff in greeting guests, assigning bedding and storage lockers to guests, cleaning the facility, and doing laundry. Because the Warming Center is 100% community funded, volunteer time makes it possible to provide a warm, safe place for our neighbors in need! Volunteering at the Warming Center is a unique, challenging, and rewarding experience where no two nights are ever the same. These are some of the things our volunteers have said about their time at the Warming Center in the past: "It's the relationships that keep me coming back!" "The more time I spent volunteering, the more guests become real people that I have grown to know and really care about. You know what? They care about me too!" "Volunteering here in the evening is completely different than what I do during the day. I like that!" "When I leave after a volunteer shift, I feel like I have really contributed." "Volunteering here causes me to learn more about myself." “The Warming Center is a very meaningful place to spend my time. This shelter saves lives.” "I feel like I get more out of volunteering than I give."
RSVP to attend a volunteer orientation on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 PM-7:00 PM at the Warming Center through the end of March by contacting Alyssa Hjelvik at email@example.com or (406) 585-4879 if you'd like to commit or learn more about helping our neighbors in need.
Our winter programs are still looking for volunteers. If you know your way around the slopes, come help with our ski programs at Bridger Bowl, Big Sky Resort, or Crosscut Ranch (formally Bohart). If you know your way around horses, come help with our equestrian program at our Goldenstein campus. If you're a fish out of water come swing by our aquatics program in our wonderful heated pool. We're in full swing for getting our wonderful community involved. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to make a difference.
Remember "Everyone has challenges, we have adventures!" Let's go on one!
Latenight Bus Attendants ride around with the bus driver on the Latenight Streamline and ensure the safety of the bus for both the passengers and the driver. Bus attendants make sure that no passenger gets too rowdy, that alcohol remains off the bus altogether, and ensures everyone is going to get where they are going. We want to get our passengers safely home and make sure that they are happy on the bus. If the situation arises, an attendant must also make sure to de-escalate a fight or call the police in case of a fight. Essentially, the attendant is the foremost authority on the bus who must ensure that the flow of the bus is not interrupted in anyway. This means being an enforcer, janitor, or just a friend depending on any given situation. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an opportunity to cook and serve a hot breakfast to our homeless community. This program is in conjunction with the HRDC’s Warming Shelter. The clients are bussed from the shelter to The Salvation Army Monday through Friday at 7:00 AM each morning. Breakfast is served from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM. Volunteers are done no later than 9:00 AM. The number of clients average from 30 to 45 each morning.
The clients help with setting up and taking down the chairs, removing trash, and sweeping and mopping the floors.
Breakfast cooks would need to come and get started at 6:45 AM, a Salvation Army representative will be at the building to unlock the doors and answer any questions. The Salvation Army provides all the food and drink.
Servers are needed to portion and plate the food for the clients. Also, make coffee and juice. We ask that our volunteers talk and get to know these wonderful people. They are a population we as a community need to know and understand.
The Salvation Army serves on average 50 sack lunches daily, Monday through Wednesday from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Each lunch contains a sandwich, chips, sweet bar, fruit, and a granola bar. We provide water and hot coffee in our social service lobby. The hours to volunteer are anytime between 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM.
The Salvation Army needs volunteers to help make the sandwiches. In addition, we also have to assemble 50 bags. This is sometimes done by making 150 lunches on Monday and 100 lunches on Thursday.
Social Service Officer
Help assist with client needs, sort and stock food pantry, and sort and stock clothing closet. The hours to volunteer are anytime between 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM.
If you are interested in volunteering with a group, there is a minimum of 3 people and maximum of 10 people required. Please email or call Lt. Peter Oliver 406-586-5813 if you are interested in volunteering.
The HRDC Summer Lunch Program is a rewarding internship opportunity that involves preparing meals for summer meals sites, delivering/serving and supervising meals at site locations and supporting volunteers in a variety of tasks. Fast paced and fun environment, involves a good chunk of time on your feet. . Summer lunch interns will work alongside volunteers, interns, AmeriCorps VISTA’s and Community Café staff in a kitchen environment as well as outdoors for meal service Summer Lunch provides nutritionally-balanced meals to local children during the summer months at 11 meals sites across the valley. Serving approximately 450-500 children per day Specific Responsibilities • Interacts and communicate with parents, children, staff and other professionals about summer lunch. • Supports, encourages and supervises volunteers who assist with food service and meal preparations. • Promote effective communication and cooperation with staff • Assist with meal preparation of breakfast and lunch for Summer Food Service Program sites (approximately 650 meals per day). Meals are planned and follow USDA childhood nutrition guidelines. • Deliver meals to designated site, supervise and serve meals while record daily participation. • Assist in maintaining and cleaning kitchen, food preparation and serving areas in compliance with all applicable health, sanitation and safety standards • Assist with daily breakdown and washing dishes used in lunch preparation and distribution • Complete and maintain current Summer Food Service Program records • Enhance program quality • Attend staff meetings as needed • Participate in an evaluation of self and program • Available between the hours of 8 and 3 Monday to Friday, schedule is somewhat flexible. Knowledge Skills and Abilities Language Skills: • Read, write and speak basic English sentences Mathematical/ Money Handling Skills: • Basic counting skills • Add, subtract, multiply and divide simple numbers Reasoning Ability • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Specialized Tools (Non-Computer): • Kitchen cooking equipment: commercial ovens, sinks, freezers, coolers. Other Required Knowledge, Skills or Abilities: • Possess a valid driver’s license. • Be 21 or older in order to drive company vehicles. • Ability to read, interpret and implement documents such as governmental regulations, rules, and procedure manuals • Ability work with minimal supervision and effectively manage work flow • Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints from customers or claimants • Knowledge of basic nutrition guidelines • Must pass a physical examination showing no communicable diseases • Must have satisfactory results from criminal records check required by Child-Adult Abuse Act • Must be certified in Community CPR and First Aid or ability to become certified. Essential Physical, Mental and Emotional Requirements of this position: The following physical, mental and emotional abilities are considered essential to perform the duties listed above: • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk and hear. • The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. • Specific vision abilities required by this job include sense of smell and color vision. • The incumbent must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, must be able to work under time and/or deadline pressures. • The ability to make quick decisions when there are electrical or mechanical failures. Education and Experience: • Graduation from high school or GED required
To Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to: Lyra Leigh-Nedbor email@example.com OR Gallatin Valley Food Bank C/O Lyra Leigh-Nedbor/Summer Lunch PO Box 1129 Bozeman, MT 59715 406-586-7600
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Have an upcoming volunteer opportunity? Please submit your information and we will include it on this page as well as send out to our Volunteer Reserves listserv. Please note that volunteer opportunities will be removed after 6 months. Please note: Volunteer Reserves emails are only sent the first and third Tuesday of the month.CLICK HERE to submit your opportunity.