Join the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement for Elon’s annual celebration of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
students - volunteer opportunities
Alamance Community College runs an English as a Second Language Program. Volunteers are needed to take care of children while their parents are taking the course.
Donate your gently used prom or formal dress to the Cinderella Project to give a young lady the opportunity to go to her high school prom.
Sponsor a child, an elderly person or directly donate to Christmas Cheer so that no one in Burlington goes without food, toys or warm clothing this holiday season
Make a difference in a young boy's life and become a mentor!
A few volunteers are needed to assist Twin Lakes community prepare for its annual "Lane of Lights" by installing and assembling holiday decorations and lights between now and early December
The Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to helping women improve and enrich their lives. This is accomplished through a variety of programs, special events and services.
Volunteers are needed to help with environmental clean ups throughout the Fall of 2013 & Spring 2014.
Interested in volunteering over Fall Break? Elon Volunteers is offering three different alternative break programs this October. Applications are available now.
EXERCISE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT is looking for female participants to participate in a research study, “The effects of 3 week unstable surface balance training on balance, core muscle endurance and flexibility in women.”
Top Elon Volunteers! students recognized by Proponent Federal Credit Union
5K fun run/walk to support CrossRoads: Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center.
Alamance Citizens for Education (ACE) is hosting an upcoming event and need two or three students who would be interested in volunteering to provide child care on Monday, April 15 from 6:15 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Graham Presbyterian Church in Graham, N.C.
LifeSpan Circle School will be sponsoring our 6th annual Junior Olympics on May 17, 2013 (rain date May 31, 2013.) The Olympics begin at 2:30 p.m. with a parade of the athletes and opening ceremony. After the games, each child will be given a medal and certificate.
Trainings are Tuesday’s and Thursday’s
June 1st, June 3rd, June 8th, June 10th
June 15, June 17th
All training sessions 530pm-830pm.Interviews are being held
Call now to set up an appointment