Needs from: United Way of Snohomish County

Volunteer: Volunteer for EvergreenHealth Monroe

Volunteers ages 21 and up are welcome to join EvergreenHealthMonroe volunteer program.

Emergency Department volunteers needed to greet and escort patients and family members, stock supplies, and help staff as needed. 

Gift Shop volunteers are needed to cashier and help customers. Check in and price merchandise and set up displays.

AAT volunteers are needed to visit patients. Handlers and their certified dogs are welcome to apply.

Front desk volunteers are needed to greet and escort family members and patients to their destinations.

Please visit: www.evergreenhealth.com/volunteers. Click on Hospital Based Monroe.

Agency: EvergreenHealth
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98272
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Use your handy man skills to help the homeless!!

Interfaith Family shelter is always in need of people with handy man/woman skills to provide basic maintenance at the shelter.  If you have your own tools that's a plus. We needs things like painting, repairing holes in the drywall, replacing fixtures, unclogging sinks etc. This is a very crucial need and a great way to help homeless families. 

Agency: The Interfaith Association The Family Shelter
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >18 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: Yes

Volunteer: Use your Coaching Skills to support Nonprofit Leaders

Are you a professional coach who is looking for ways to engage in the community?

We are in high demand for volunteers with coaching certifications and passion to making a difference in nonprofit community by providing leadership, executive, business, or performance coaching to the senior level leaders including Executives, Directors, Board members, and teams.

As a member of 501 Commons’ service corps program you will help nonprofit leaders experience following impact as a result of the coaching-

Increased awareness and confidence in leadership abilities Improved clarity and ability to guide the organization toward fulfillment of its vision Enhanced relationships with staff, Board, and others Improved time management and productivity Increased job satisfaction and optimism about their organization Expanded personal and organizational capacity

 

Our typical coaching engagement is 15 hours over 6 months where some sessions happen in person and others over phone or video conferencing.

As a service corps member, you will:

Be a part of our coaching community with ample networking opportunities. Access our online training, resource library, and workshops Apply your background and expertise towards supporting the nonprofit community

For more information about this opportunity and how to apply, please visit the “engage” section of our website www.501commons.org or contact Gillian at gillian@501commons.org.

Agency: 501 Commons
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Use your nonprofit board experience to make a difference in your community

If you have previously or are currently serving on a nonprofit board and interested in growing your knowledge of nonprofits, we have an excellent opportunity for you. Volunteer as a consultant to increase your advising skills to help nonprofit boards become more effective and efficient.

As a member of 501 Commons’ service corps you can participate in board development projects that will allow you to:

Analyze and identify key issues from board self-assessment results Collaborate and discuss survey results with board members Develop and facilitate a board development workshop

While project lengths vary, you can expect to serve 10-12 hours per month for 1-2 months on a board development project.

The service corps, a program of 501 Commons, is dedicated to connecting the skills and expertise of volunteer consultants with organizations in need of planning and support. Volunteers are in an on-call “pool” of professionals whom we contact when a specific project calls for their skill set. You decide if the project and timing are of interest to you. If it’s not the right time, we place you back in the pool to await the next opportunity.

As a service corps member, you will:

Access our online training, resource library, and professional development workshops Learn new skills applicable to personal and professional situations Apply your background and expertise towards supporting the nonprofit community

For more information about this opportunity or joining the service corps, please visit the volunteer section of our website www.501commons.org or contact Gillian at gillian@501commons.org.

Agency: 501 Commons
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98203
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Calling all HR professional to make a difference in the community

Contribute your vital HR skills and experience as a volunteer to help boost capacity of local nonprofits while also enhancing your own consulting skills.

As members of 501 Commons’ service corps you will help support nonprofits in projects such as:

Developing effective selection and recruitment process to attract the best talent for an organization Build and strengthen an organization’s compensation and benefits package to ensure equitable and responsible remuneration to the people helping our communities. Developing federal and state compliant personnel policies that are aligned to an organization’s mission, vision and culture. Creating a thoughtful performance management system that fosters an organizations values and culture And others……

The service corps, a program of 501 Commons, is dedicated to connecting the skills and expertise of volunteer consultants with organizations in need of planning and support. Volunteers are in an on-call “pool” of professionals whom we contact when a specific project calls for their skill set. You decide if the project and timing are of interest to you. If it’s not the right time, we place you back in the pool to await the next opportunity.

While the requirements of each project vary, on average consultants can expect to serve 10-12 hours per month for 2-4 months.

As a service corps member, you will:

Access our online training, resource library, and professional development workshops Learn new skills applicable to personal and professional situations Apply your background and expertise towards supporting the nonprofit community

All volunteers are covered under 501 Commons' Professional Liability coverage. For more information about this opportunity and how to apply, please visit the "engage" section of our website www.501commons.org or contact Gillian at gillian@501commons.org.

Agency: 501 Commons
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98203
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Use your professional skills to Support Nonprofits

Where do organizations that heal, feed, educate, inspire, nurture, shelter, entertain, and preserve our community go when they need help? Many turn to 501 Commons.

501 Commons provides high quality, affordable consulting, coaching, and training services to nonprofits, schools, and public agencies thanks to the 500+ volunteer consultants who put their skills and experience to good use. The Executive Service Corps, a program of 501 Commons, is dedicated to connecting the skills and expertise of volunteer consultants with organizations in need of planning and management consulting.

Members of 501 Commons’ service corps support nonprofits by acting as:

Consultants on well-defined projects that are guided by a consulting contract Facilitators of meetings, retreats, and conferences Coaches for nonprofit leaders

While the requirements of each project vary, on average consultants can expect to serve 6-12 hours/month from 4-6 months.

As a service corps member, you will:

Access our online training, resource library, and professional development workshops Learn new skills that fuel personal and professional growth Apply your background and expertise towards supporting the nonprofit community

For more information about this opportunity and how to apply, please visit the "engage" section of our website www.501commons.org or contact Gillian at gillian@501commons.org

Agency: 501 Commons
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Habitat for Humanity Is Looking For You!

Habitat for Humanity (HfH) has 2 retail outlets in Snohomish County, Lynnwood and Everett. They need Store Associates. What does that mean? It means this;

As a Volunteer Store Associate you will work with interesting people, contribute your talents and learn new skills as a member of a dedicated and fun team.

You will be trained in all areas in this position. You are not required to have construction knowledge or experience.


Core Duties:
* Accept donations
* Sorting out and pricing products
* Organizing, arranging and stocking shelves and creating displays
* Assisting customers with purchases
* Assisting senior team members with other tasks as needed.

If you have previous retail experience that's great!

Volunteer shifts are available Tuesday through Saturday, a commitment of at least one shift per week is asked of you. This is a daytime volunteer job, the store hours are 9:30-1:30, 1:30-5 and 9:30-5.

This oppportunity is published by RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) of Snohomish County, helping those over age 55 find volunteer jobs.

 

(You DO NOT have to be 55 to do this volunteering.)

Agency: RSVP
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Donation Coordinator Wanted

If Habitat for Humanity is an organization you support, here is a chance to show that. Volunteer!

They are looking for someone to help manage the donations they receive at their Lynnwood store. These are donations related to the construction/home building industry.

The Volunteer Donation Coordinator Assistant will learn to handle incoming calls on the Habitat Store Donation Line; answer donation questions, screen offered donations and set donation pick-up appointments.

Once trained, this position will work independently all day Monday (9-5 with breaks) to allow the Donation Line to be answered six days a week. The donation coordinating assistant will operate out of our Lynnwood office and store location.


Required Skills and Abilities:
* Must have a customer service personality
* Able to operate a two or three line phone system or willingness to learn
* High ability to understand and speak clearly in English with a friendly and empathetic manner
* Able to quickly establish rapport on the phone
* Training will be provided, experience is not required


This position requires a minimum three month commitment of eight hours each Monday.

This opportunity posted by the Retired Senior Volunteer Program of Snohomish County, helping those over age 55 find a meaningful volunteer opportunity.

You do NOT have to be 55 to volunteer here.

 

PLEASE NOTE- The work site for this opportunity is not the address you see. If you are interested and want to be involved we will furnish that information.

Agency: RSVP
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Are you detail oriented?

Do you have good writing and speaking skills? Are you interested in helping elderly and disabled neighbors? We need someone to contact potential clients, arrange an appointment, visit with them and assess how much help they require. You are able to converse easily with all kinds of people, know how to discern between a problem and an inconvenience, and can guide people through an application process w Restrictions: Must have- reliable transportation/ strong sense of organization/excellent written and verbal skills/be punctual/pay attention to detail/be computer literate and be willing to travel to all parts of Snohomish County.

 

This opportunity posted by RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program). Our mission is to help those over age 55 find a meaningful volunteer opportunity.

You do not have to be 55 to apply for this.

 

Agency: RSVP
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >21 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: What if this was about your mom or dad?

We are looking for volunteers willing to assist elderly and/or mildly disabled adults by helping them with chores and errands. By helping you allow them to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Any of the following tasks are typical of what you might do: light housework such as window washing, vacuuming and laundry, yard care, shopping and so on. This opportunity exists everywhere in Snohomish County. You would be matched with someone in your own neighborhood. A short orientation course and a background check with references is required.

 

Finally, we ask you to think about this; if the senior in need was a parent, grandparent or dear friend, would you help?

You can respond by emailing me at johnm@ccsww.org

 

 

This opportunity is posted by the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP); helping those over 55 find a meaningful volunteer experience.

 

You do not have to be 55 to volunteer for this job.

Agency: RSVP
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >55 years old
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Recording Board Secretary

Take minutes of monthly board of trustees meetings.  Ideal candidate will take minutes on our laptop during 1.5 hour meeting the third Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m.  Must sign confidentiality agreement.

Agency: Everett Museum of History
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Zip Code: 98201
Allow Groups: No

Volunteer: Marketing Intern

Title:                     Marketing Intern

Reports to:           Creative Services Manager

Closing Date:       5/7/2017

General Function:

The Museum of Flight is offering an unpaid internship opportunity with the Marketing Department. The Marketing Intern works in a fast-paced, seven-person marketing department supporting the team with development of Museum communications and various social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Google+, and YouTube, as well as digital asset organization, answering emails from the Marketing Inbox and other general support for the department.

Qualifications

Education: High School diploma and currently enrolled in an accredited institute

Experience: One to two years of prior experience working with social media, writing, and/or administrative duties

Knowledge and Skills:

Knowledge and experience working with different social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Google+, YouTube) Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite and Mac OS platform Strong writing and verbal communication skills Strong time-management and organizational skills Self-motivation and the ability to be an adaptable member of a dynamic team Able to work independently with limited supervision Keen eye for detail especially in regards to design and photography Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Bridge, Photoshop and InDesign) a plus Experience in the area of the non-profit/museum and/or tourism and attractions sectors desired Photography experience a plus Experience with HTML, CMS, CSS a plus Essential Job Functions: Re-organize, categorize and maintain immense digital photo storage Assist Associate Manager of Marketing and Communications with social media planning and posting Assist Webmaster with website calendar updates, etc. Assist with answering emails from the Marketing Inbox Other duties as assigned by Creative Services Manager

Working Condition:

This voluntary Marketing Internship position will reflect a schedule that will work with the perspective candidate’s school/work schedule. The Museum is asking for a commitment of one semester or two quarters, with a flexible work week, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8am to 5pm, with the goal being 8-14 hours per week.

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to lift 25 pounds Normal office conditions apply, including repetitive wrist and arm movement and long periods of sitting, or standing The ability to focus, bend, carry, reach to the side, front and overhead, push, pull, walk, stand, twist and squat are occasional requirements in a normal office setting.
Agency: The Museum of Flight
Need Type: Volunteer
Date: ongoing
Agency Requirement: >16 years old
Zip Code: 98108
Allow Groups: No