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Cause - Children & Youth Education

"Education is not a tool for development - individual, community and the nation. It is the foundation for our future. It is empowerment to make choices and emboldens the youth to chase their dreams." -Nita Ambani

 

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Mobile App Designer and Builder

Quarantine Tutors provides free tutoring services for children around the world. In order to make its services more accessible to students, it is seeking a volunteer to help build an app to easily connect parents with tutors and allow them to sign up for Quarantine Tutors' services. The app would launch in the next couple of months, and the volunteer can determine their own work schedule.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 9/4/21

Big Brothers Big Sisters Tutors

During this period of remote learning, students at every grade level, including college, are in need of tutors or learning partners. Big Brothers Big Sisters is seeking Volunteer Tutors who can assist students for a minimum of two hours per week. All applicants will be screened for age and grade level preferences. Big Brothers Big Sisters is accepting applications, making matches, and interviewing via web conferencing during the COVID-19 crisis. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Family Services of Westchester (BBBS), an affiliate of BBBS of America, helps at-risk children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships. Bigs and Littles have fun together—and create memories that last a lifetime. Big Brothers Big Sisters calls it "Little moments… Big magic." Research points to the powerful, positive, lasting impact Bigs have on children's lives: Littles are 52% less likely to skip school, 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs, and more likely to get along with their families and peers.

White Plains, NY

Through 8/31/21

Virtual Tutors

Quarantine Tutors was formed for students—by students—to help those who are experiencing challenges with remote e-learning. Quarantine Tutors connects elementary- and middle-school students with qualified tutors across the country to improve their skills in math, English, social studies, science, and other subjects. Volunteers must prepare lesson plans and commit to tutoring at least four 30-minute sessions per week. Tutoring sessions occur virtually through Zoom, FaceTime, or Google Meets. All volunteer tutors must complete an extensive screening process and have their resumes and qualifications prepared. To volunteer: Express interest below to record this opportunity in your Volunteer New York! profile MANDATORY: All tutors must complete their registration at www.quarantinetutors.org/tutors in order to be considered. Matches are dependent upon student availability and subject interest and are not always guaranteed

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 6/25/21

Big Brothers Big Sisters Youth Mentors

Being a Big Brother or Big Sister is both fulfilling and easy; just six hours a month can make a difference in a child's life. Littles can join their Big Brothers and Big Sisters in activities such as: Shooting hoops Playing board games Going to the movies Sharing a pizza Taking a walk in the park Hanging out together and talking Youth Mentors are provided with a thorough orientation and training in building mentor relationships and working constructively with youth. Ongoing support by dedicated staff is provided to the mentor, mentee, and mentee's family. Big Brother male mentors are especially needed. Big Brothers Big Sisters is accepting applications, making matches, and interviewing via web conferencing during the COVID-19 crisis. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Family Services of Westchester (BBBS), an affiliate of BBBS of America, helps at-risk children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships. Bigs and Littles have fun together—and create memories that last a lifetime. Big Brothers Big Sisters calls it "Little moments… Big magic." Research points to the powerful, positive, lasting impact Bigs have on children's lives: Littles are 52% less likely to skip school, 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs, and more likely to get along with their families and peers.

White Plains, NY

Through 2/16/21

College Access Coach - White Plains

Let's Get Ready is looking for College Access Coaches to be on the front lines of educational equity as tutors, role models, and mentors. These volunteer coaches guide small groups of high school students as they begin the college application process. College Access Coaches can specialize in either math or verbal sections of the SAT, and Let's Get Ready provides a detailed curriculum, training and support. Coaches commit to: Teaching 3 hours a week in the evening for 9 weeks Dedicating 1 hour a week to prep time Serving as role models and guides to students Coaches must be available from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from mid-June to early-August Coaches are undergraduate (preferred) or graduate students. All majors are encouraged to apply. To volunteer: Express interest below to record this opportunity in your Volunteer New York! profile Click here to complete the application on Let's Get Ready's website. Coaches must complete a background check and the online application to participate.

White Plains, NY

Through 4/3/21

College Access Coach - New Rochelle

Let's Get Ready is looking for College Access Coaches to be on the front lines of educational equity as tutors, role models, and mentors. These volunteer coaches guide small groups of high school students as they begin the college application process. College Access Coaches can specialize in either math or verbal sections of the SAT, and Let's Get Ready provides a detailed curriculum, training and support. Coaches commit to: Teaching 3 hours a week in the evening for 9 weeks Dedicating 1 hour a week to prep time Serving as role models and guides to students Coaches must be available from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Mondays and/or Wednesdays from mid-June to early August Coaches are undergraduate (preferred) or graduate students. All majors are encouraged to apply. To volunteer: Express interest below to record this opportunity in your Volunteer New York! profile Click here to complete the application on Let's Get Ready's website. Coaches must complete a background check and the online application to participate.

New Rochelle, NY

Through 4/3/21

College Access Coach - Mount Vernon

Let's Get Ready is looking for College Access Coaches to be on the front lines of educational equity as tutors, role models, and mentors. These volunteer coaches guide small groups of high school students as they begin the college application process. College Access Coaches can specialize in either math or verbal sections of the SAT, and Let's Get Ready provides a detailed curriculum, training and support. Coaches commit to: Teaching 3 hours a week in the evening for 9 weeks Dedicating 1 hour a week to prep time Serving as role models and guides to students Coaches must be available from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from mid-June to early-August Coaches are undergraduate (preferred) or graduate students. All majors are encouraged to apply. To volunteer: Express interest below to record this opportunity in your Volunteer New York! profile Click here to complete the application on Let's Get Ready's website. Coaches must complete a background check and the online application to participate.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 4/3/21

Special Event Volunteers

The Child Care Council of Westchester will be honoring exceptional child care and after-school professionals during its second annual Early Education Hall of Heroes event. The following volunteers are needed to help make this event a success: Event Photographer: capture group shots, staged shots, and photo backdrop shots from the event. Both aspiring and established photographers are encouraged to volunteer, and a professional camera will be provided. Event Entertainer: musicians and magicians are preferred, but other talents are welcomed. Event Greeter: greet event guests, direct them to the event space, and assist with name badge distribution. Event Clean-Up: help clear tables, pack décor, and load vehicles. Express interest below for more information. A minimum one-hour commitment is required.

Dobbs Ferry, NY

6/4/21 6:00 PM

Video Project Volunteers

Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK) is dedicated to connecting the community's youth and their families to helpful resources regarding mental health and substance abuse. It is looking for Video Project Volunteers to help share these resources with the community. These savvy volunteers will develop photo and video public service announcements that support ASK's needs and take photos and videos at events that ASK participates in around the community. Volunteers with skills in photography, videography, modeling, acting, and post-production editing are needed. Times and dates will vary depending on the project and the volunteers' availability!

Yorktown Heights, NY

Through 12/31/20

Virtual Volunteers to Promote Social Media and Connect Resources

Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK) is dedicated to connecting the community to resources regarding youth mental health, prevention of substance abuse, and opportunities for thoughtful service. ASK is very active on social media and it now needs the help of Virtual Volunteers to spread the word about COVID-19 information and resources, tips for parents and teens, events, and breaking news. By engaging at least once a week, the Virtual Volunteer will help relay important resources for kids, teens, and adults throughout the community. Follow, like, comment, share, mention, repost, and retweet ASK’s social media (view Digital Marketing Support Guide for more information). Send ASK articles, links, and other resources that pertain to COVID-19, youth mental health, substance use/abuse, or opportunities for thoughtful service that you think your friends, family, and community would benefit from. View ASK's COVID-19 resources guide, choose a resource that you find valuable/helpful, and create a social media post about it, such as an instagram post or story, a Facebook post, or a tweet. Don't forget to tag ASK so it can share it as well! Engagement can occur on a weekly basis. Volunteers can pick and choose items that speak to them personally and that they think can benefit their friends, families, and online communities.

Yorktown Heights, NY

Through 12/31/20

Outreach Volunteer for After-School Program

The Catskill Hudson Area Health Education Center (AHEC) provides health vocational development services in order to meet the needs of underserved communities. It offers service learning projects for students from professional health training programs. AHEC is looking for a volunteer to reach out to local middle and high schools to assess interest in starting "Scrubs Clubs." These clubs utilize an established curriculum to encourage social-emotional learning and skills development, especially for underserved student populations. (Full details about the Scrubs Club curriculum can be found at www.chahec.org.) Volunteers will contact area schools to encourage them to start Scrubs Clubs or review the curriculum, as well as supply the AHEC team with feedback. Volunteers may have: Experience as an educator, teacher, board member, administrator, guidance staff, school health professional, or health provider Experience in marketing or public relations, especially in health, education, or nonprofit management fields Commitment to serving diverse and underserved populations Patience, persistence, a sense of discretion and balance, the ability to work within protocols, and the ability to reliably and responsively communicate Volunteers from any and all backgrounds are encouraged to apply! This is a remote volunteer position that requires a telephone and personal computer with e-mail capacity and internet service. Schedule is flexible.

Tarrytown, NY

Through 4/1/21

Resource Volunteer

Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK) is dedicated to connecting the community's youth and their families to helpful resources regarding mental health and substance abuse. With many national and local resources available, the organization needs input for what works best! Resource Volunteers will help with the following activities: Review ASK's existing Community Resources Guide, look up subjects of interest, and research national or local hotlines/resources that could be added to its network. Attend local workshops and webinars pertaining to youth mental health and/or substance abuse and share key takeaways. Share relevant articles, books, and any other resources that pertain to youth mental health and/or substance abuse and provide feedback. The schedule is flexible and even 30 minutes of service can have a major impact!

Yorktown Heights, NY

Through 12/31/20

Board Members

Since 1982, Student Advocacy, Inc. has served the Westchester community in offering legally based, problem-solving advocacy to resolve school matters that put youth at risk of academic failure, school suspension, attendance problems, and/or dropout. Its mission is to help strengthen children's education, protect their civil rights at school, and ensure opportunities that improve their lives. Board members work extensively with the Executive Director and administration to provide strategic leadership, financial oversight, and community ambassadorship in support of the organization's mission. The Board of Directors meets on the last Tuesday of the month in September, October, November, February, March, April, and June from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Each board member is expected to work on at least one of the following committees: Program, Governance, Development and the Overcoming the Odds Awards, Finance, Audit, and Social Engagement.

Elmsford, NY

Through 12/31/20

Intergenerational Choir Program Mentor

Help promote the love of music and needs of students in elementary schools! Training involves attending choir rehearsals and the time commitment is once per week.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 12/31/20

Children's Art Program Co-Leader

Abbott House is seeking a friendly, creative, energetic volunteer (or two) who can help plan and organize fun arts and crafts activities for the unaccompanied minors in its Transitional Resources for Children (TRC) Program. This program is held every Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and consists of set up, implementing the activity, and cleaning up the space. Arts and crafts are a great therapeutic outlet for children who suffer trauma, and those who love arts and crafts, can commit to a weekly program, and want to make a meaningful difference in a child’s life are encouraged to volunteer! The volunteer(s) will have the following responsibilities: Coordinate with the Development Department and work closely with the Lead Program Volunteer to plan, research, and organize a monthly calendar of arts and crafts activities, as well as a supply budget. Secure donated supplies or purchase supplies based on budget and submit receipts for reimbursement as needed. Help maintain an inventory of supplies and keep the art closet organized. Make a strong commitment to volunteer at the program every Tuesday evening. Arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the program to help set up (stay 30 minutes after to coordinate clean up). Help explain the project to the kids, provide assistance, and engage with them. Manage student volunteers and other adult volunteers who sign up to assist on Tuesday evenings (ensure they are helping with set up/clean up, make sure they stay engaged, and are contributing toward the success of the program). Encourage, praise, and chat with the children from Abbott House. Bilingual (Spanish and English) skills preferred, but not required. Therapeutic art experience a plus! NY State and Abbott House mandates full-clearance vetting to meet the requirements of this position.

Irvington, NY

Through 12/31/20

Outreach/Fundraising Coordinator

The Outreach/Fundraising Coordinator will oversee the planning and implementation of outreach strategies, including: Maintain a calendar of outreach activities, including community events, workshops, appearances, and other communication opportunities. Prepare an annual budget for community outreach activities. Nurture new and old relationships with collaborative partners. Schedule regular outreach exhibitions in the community and educate team on community responsibility. Prepare accurate records and reports on the goals of the fundraising plan. Oversee a professional donor management system. Assist in the organization of special events, including donor/volunteer appreciation events and other fundraising initiatives.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 1/1/21

Board Member (Treasurer)

The Treasurer (Board Member) will oversee the financial administration of the organization, review procedures and financial reporting, advise the board on financial strategy, and advise on fundraising. Additional responsibilities include: Keep up-to-date records as well as an audit trail for all transactions. Protect the organization against fraud and theft, ensuring safe custody of money, and prompt banking. Make sure the board understands its financial obligations. Make sure the organization complies with tax regulations, such as GST, payroll tax, and fringe benefits tax. Review all internal processes and reporting methods quarterly/annually.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 1/1/21

Board Member (Secretary)

The volunteer Secretary (Board Member) will ensure that all rules and bylaws of the organization are adhered to by the board during meetings and the implementation of board decisions. The secretary will also be in charge of records, minutes for meetings, and all other documentation for the organization. The secretary may assist with daily administrative tasks from time to time. Note: This is a remote opportunity.

Mount Vernon, NY

Through 1/1/21

Young MENtoring Group Mentors

The White Plains Youth Bureau Young MENtoring Group is looking for young, positive male mentors between the ages of 19 and 40 years old who have patience and a sense of humor. Mentors will join mentees—boys between 7th and 12th grade—for a light dinner, a group discussion and grade review, and then sports in the gym. The goal of this program is to help young people have a fun and memorable childhood while making positive progress. The Young MENtoring Group meets every Tuesday from 6-8 p.m.

White Plains, NY

Through 12/31/20

Volunteer Coordinator/Manager

New Era Creative Space is in need of a Volunteer Coordinator/Manager to help find and manage volunteers. The volunteer coordinator will meet regularly with the Director to make sure that the organization's needs are being met. This role is flexible and can work around your schedule!

Peekskill, NY

Through 10/30/20

Garden Educators

We're looking for garden educators to assist in teaching New Rochelle elementary students about gardening, plants, science, and nature. The hands-on classes are conducted seasonally during the school year. Volunteer Educators would be working side-by-side with experienced professionals with the goal of becoming proficient in teaching the curriculum. Required credentials include education with an interest in gardening, plus a background check. Retired teachers are ideal candidates! After gaining the ability to lead the class, a small hourly stipend is available. This work is enriching, enjoyable, and fun, and the students are enthusiastic and interested. For more information about our group, please visit our website at hpcgreenhouse.org.

New Rochelle, NY

Through 4/24/21

Share Your Knowledge of Financial Literacy

Project Morry is a long term, year-round educational /enrichment program that is anchored in summer camp that also includes a school-year component. We are seeking a knowledgeable volunteer to run a financial literacy workshop in order to prepare our campers to manage their monetary resources as they pursue college and/or careers.

Elmsford, NY

Through 4/2/21

Youth Mentor

Mentor A Young Adult Project Morry is a long term, year-round educational /enrichment program that is anchored in summer camp. Our mentoring program is focused on helping our rising Juniors and Seniors navigate the difficult transition from High School to higher education and the workforce. Having a Project Morry coach provides a motivated young adult with a role model who can give them the extra support, encouragement and motivation that they need to fulfill their goals, graduate high school, and face the world. We require that our coaches are (1) A professional in the work force (2) Willing to meet with their coachee once a month (3) Willing to commit the coach/coachee relationship for 2 years

Elmsford, NY

Through 4/2/21

Tutor for High School Student

Overview: Throughout the past few years, there has been a drive to increase the influential presence in the lives of today’s younger generation. Mentorship programs, sports organizations, not-for-profits and a host of other initiatives have rolled up their sleeves to provide greater awareness and opportunities for boys of color throughout the nation. The concept of R.E.A.D.Y. – Reaffirming Every Aspect of my Developmental Years is a 4-phase process of instilling quality social enrichment, development of academic behaviors and life preparation skills for youths between the grades of 5th and 12th grade. These age groups are the foundations of the development of a child, whether its career prep, scholastic behaviors, social involvement and communal integration. The overall goal is to develop a maturation of skills and behaviors needed for these students to achieve as they are promoted from each level of the program. Tutors Needed Requirements: - Commit to 2 days a week (Tuesday and Thursday) schedule between the hours of 3:15 pm-5:15 pm - Assist students with their work in 4 key curriculums – English, Math, Science and Social Studies (American History/Global History) - Feel comfortable supporting and tutoring high school students (rising 9th – rising 12th graders) with these core subjects - Work with a group of up to 5 students around these curriculums Location: New Rochelle High School - 265 Clove Rd, New Rochelle, NY 10801 ​#JLP

New Rochelle, NY

Through 12/20/20

Graduation Coach

YPIE is seeking volunteers who are passionate about helping young people reach their full potential and want to become a partner on their journey to college success. Graduation coaches are volunteer mentors who meet with Yonkers high school students twice per month, either at their school or after school at the YPIE College Zone, beginning in ninth grade and through high school graduation. Coaches connect with students, bridge opportunity gaps, and build life skills. Coaches develop deep and lasting relationships with their mentees and have an opportunity to positively impact their lives. Yonkers Partners in Education partners with students to ensure they are ready for, enroll in, and complete college. YPIE confronts the challenges of low-income, urban school districts by providing families with equitable access to the critical tools and services necessary for college success.

Yonkers, NY

Through 6/30/22

Big Brothers Big Sisters Youth Mentors

Becoming a Big Brother or Big Sister is all about sharing simple activities with a child that become hallmark moments in their lives. It could be a first trip to the beach, an afternoon at a ball game, a visit to the library or museum, or even something as simple as a walk in the park or telling ghost stories around the campfire. Each can have profound life- and skill-building effects for your Little. In order to become a Big Brother or Big Sister in our program, you must be eligible on the following criteria: Must be at least eighteen years of age. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must have transportation and be covered under automobile insurance. Must be able to commit to volunteer for a minimum of four hours a month for one year.

New City, NY

Through 5/9/21

Bilingual Youth Mentor

Bi-Lingual Mentors Needed!!! Requirements of a successful mentor? The only thing you need to be a great mentor is yourself! You need to be authentic, genuinely care, and just keep showing up. Connections will fully equip our mentors with the skills and support necessary to be great. We support you 24/7 to ensure that you’re never alone. What is NOT required? Money, experience, a car, a degree Criteria of a mentor: Adult 25 years or older Willing to mentor a young person based in New York City or Westchester County Willing to complete an application and screening process Willing to dedicate a minimum of 10 hours per month for one year to a young person (on your schedule!) For more information, visit ConnectionsMentor.org

Dobbs Ferry, NY

Through 3/8/24

Literacy/Math Tutors for Youth

GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Center Westchester is currently looking for literacy and math tutors to join its team. Volunteers want to make a difference to families and are interested in tutoring on a one-on-one basis. Previous tutoring experience is not necessary; full training and support is provided. Literacy and math sessions run for 10 weeks (there are four sessions per year) and the total commitment will be an hour per week for 10 weeks. The schedule is flexible! Volunteer requirements: Must be 18+ Attend a one-hour orientation (sessions available: 6:30-7:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month; please express interest for up-to-date schedules) Attend one or two trainings Once these requirements have been fulfilled, a background check will be required

Ardsley, NY

Through 2/1/21

Volunteers to Mentor Students

Future Leaders 4 Success is looking for volunteers to join its online academic reading and mentor program for children ages 7 to 13. Volunteer mentors commit to six weeks of meeting with a group of students via Zoom, with the focus on reading to end racism. A reading list will be provided, and mentors are responsible for acquiring the books (most can be obtained from a library). Written lesson plans will also be provided for the mentors to review with students after each book. Students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the program. Mentors will have to complete an application and background check. Mentors should have experience working with school-age children.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 6/30/21

Become a Video Mentor for South African Teens

Infinite Family is seeking Volunteer Video Mentors to share their expertise, knowledge, and skills with South African teens via weekly face-to-face video calls. In just 30 minutes a week (for 32 weeks per year), Volunteer Video Mentors help their teen mentees to strengthen their resilience, resourcefulness, and responsibility by focusing on five key impact areas: education, career preparation, technology literacy, life skills, and communication. Weekly calls take place via a secure Internet platform and comprehensive training is provided. Infinite Family's South African team provides real-time support, so volunteers are never alone. For the past six years, 96% of video-mentored 12th-grade students qualified to advance among first in their families to go to college and get good jobs, as compared to 59% of their non-mentored peers. Help ignite, influence, and inspire black teens to lifelong success!

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 9/21/21

Restorative Justice Coordinators for Youth

D.A.F.T. Youth Services Inc. (Dandelions Are Flowers Too) offers academic support, mental health counseling, restorative justice practices, life skills training, and other supportive services to at-risk students throughout New York City and the Hudson Valley. D.A.F.T. is currently seeking volunteers to serve as a Restorative Justice Coordinators to help teach and instill passion, self-awareness, and personal growth skills to youth. Restorative Justice Coordinators will engage students in activities that promote healthy and normative social-emotional skills, as well as serve as a positive, supportive figure of consistency in their lives. Restorative Justice Coordinators will: Visit their student at school and, in coordination with teachers and school staff, identify student growth and areas of concern Use this information to inform, create, and review behavior reports and incentives. Establish intervention and restorative practices that ensure all students find social, emotional, and academic success. This includes aligning time, resources, and support with the individual and collective needs of D.A.F.T. students. Act as a positive role model and liaison between the school and students' families. Communicate with parents and guardians as needed on the behalf of the student. Attend (remote/virtual) meetings to address the students' academic performance and behavior. Communicate openly and consistently with other interdisciplinary team members who are also working with the student. Note: A background check is a prerequisite to hiring for this position. Express interest below for more information!

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 9/1/21

Virtual Reading Parties for Kids

Pajama Program aims to spark the imagination of children everywhere and bring communities together by hosting Virtual Reading Parties. Volunteers will pre-record themselves reading their favorite storybooks to help children connect and to help promote healthy bedtime routines during these uncertain times. Express interest below to find out more information on how to volunteer by reading your favorite children's book. These pre-recorded readings are posted on Pajama Program's Instagram and Facebook pages every weeknight for kids to enjoy.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 8/12/21

Tutors and Academic Support Specialists

D.A.F.T. Youth Services (Dandielions Are Flowers Too) is a small nonprofit organization that aims to help middle- and high-school students from disenfranchised populations to thrive. It provides academic support, counseling, and financial literacy support to students via a social-emotional learning model. D.A.F.T. is currently seeking a Tutor or Academic Support Specialist to help provide one-on-one services to students from grades 6-12: Responsibilities: Help students learn by reviewing content in a specified subject area, explaining how to solve problems, and checking completed work Help students develop study skills and organization techniques to improve their academic performance. This may be completed in a one-on-one or group setting. Keep and share reports on students' progress with supervisors, teachers, and parents. Supervising groups of students, providing discipline, and serving as a role model. Submitting Toggl time reports to supervisor each month. Onboarding and training will be provided in order for volunteers to become familiar with the organization's processes, procedures, and overall culture. This is a remote learning volunteer opportunity.

Through 11/30/20

Research and Data Consultant

Dandelions Are Flowers Too (D.A.F.T.) is a grassroots nonprofit organization that aims to provide supportive services to at-risk students throughout New York City and the Hudson Vally. Using a social-emotional approach, D.A.F.T.'s supportive services include academic support, social-emotional support, counseling, and financial literacy programs. D.A.F.T. is seeking volunteers with experience in curriculum development, program assessment, or data-driven consultancy to review its programs from a quantitative and/or qualitative prospectus. This individual will collect data that will inform both grant writing opportunities and overall efficacy. This volunteer opportunity is remote; access to a computer and reliable Internet connection is required.

Through 10/30/20

Virtual Financial Literacy Instructors

My Money Workshop is a non-profit financial literacy organization in Westchester that enables students and community members to understand and evaluate everyday money issues to help them make a lifetime of smart financial decisions. My Money Workshop provides money management workshops to public/private high schools, colleges, universities, specialty schools, and community-based organizations. My Money Workshop is looking for Virtual Volunteer Financial Literacy Instructors to teach classes (either a 60-minute virtual webinar or a series of hour-long virtual sessions) on an as-needed basis. My Money Workshop is devoted to finding the best fit for both the volunteer instructor and the program. Express interest below for more information!

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 8/31/21

Older Adults Needed to Make Social Phone Calls

In response to our community’s mandatory shelter-in-place order, Volunteer New York! is looking to match older volunteers with local youth in a one-to-one basis, bringing intergenerational conversation into their lives—giving both an opportunity to listen and learn. We are looking for caring volunteers aged 60 and older to provide support and friendship, especially during these tough times. We expect these weekly phone calls will last at least 20 minutes.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 10/31/20