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Volunteer Opportunities

Why volunteer? Helping others can make you happy and you get to hang out with other volunteers with similar interests and values.

Volunteer opportunities can contribute to your professional development as you develop skills of value in any profession - setting and achieving goals, teamwork, communication, and problem-solving.

Volunteering is one way to explore career options - by networking with professionals, volunteers can sometimes open doors to more a formal internship experiences or a job.

Bloomington Volunteer Opportunities of Special Interest to Our Majors

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters of South Central Indiana serves the social, emotional and educational needs of children by facilitating professionally supported relationships with adult volunteers in a variety of programs. Volunteer Roles: First Friends, Club Big, School Big, Community Bigs, Couples Match, Big Brother, Big Sister. See Bloomington Volunteer Network and Big Brothers, Big Sisters' - Volunteer.
Bloomington Boys and Girls Club fosters physical, intellectual, emotional and social growth for boys and girls 6-18; after-school transportation, tutoring, snacks. Volunteer Roles: Program Volunteers, Program Supervisors/Instructors, Sports Instructors/Coaches, Summer Camp and Spring Break Volunteers. See BBCG - Volunteer Opportunities.
City of Bloomington Parks & Recreation strives to provide the highest quality parks, recreation services, and green space to enhance the quality of life for our community. Volunteer Roles: Volunteers for various programs for children throughout the year including preschool, afterschool, Spring Break, and summer programs. See Parks & Recreation - Volunteer.
Circles Initiative is an innovative campaign to eliminate poverty by providing the framework to increase the emotional and financial stability of participating families and reduce their use of welfare benefits. Volunteer Roles: Childcare.

College Mentors for Kids connects college students with the most to give, to kids who need it most. Through weekly after-school activities, mentors show kids the importance of trying harder in school and help them understand higher education opportunities. Volunteer Roles: Mentor. See CMFK - IU Bloomington.
Cry of the Children's mission is to improve the quality of life for adolescents by providing programs and services that enhance and promote the development of effective life and decision-making skills. Volunteer Roles: Drill Team Instructor, Step Team Coordinators, Pianist and Choir Directors. See Cry of the Children - Contact.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana helps girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, like leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. Volunteer Roles: Mentor, Troop or Group Leader, Workshop Leader, Public Outreach, more See Girl Scouts Volunteers.
Head Start is a family centered child development program whose mission is to promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to enrolled children and families. Volunteer Roles: Classroom Volunteers, Fingerpainting & Fun. See Head Start Volunteers.
Middle Way House provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis intervention, support services for battered and sexually abused women and their children; legal advocacy, training and community resource center. Volunteer Roles: Childcare at the Rise, Youth Mentoring, Youth Programs and Tutoring, and more. See Middle Way House's Volunteer and Training Dates and Bloomington Volunteer Network.

Monroe County United Ministries offers high-quality childcare for preschool children (ages 2-6) all year and school age children (ages 6-10) in summer, emergency food, clothing and financial counseling to low-income families. Volunteer Roles: Playtime Supervisor, Special Interest Group Leader, One to One Companion, Storyteller, Music or Dance Instructor, Arts & Crafts Instructor. See MCUM - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Rhino's Youth Center seeks to provide entertainment and engagement for the youth of our community in a safe environment, free from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Rhino's afternoon programs are designed not only to give youth something sustentative and positive to do in the crucial 3-6 p.m. time frame, but also to encourage and facilitate youth in using their own unique voice through media. Volunteer Roles: Youth Video, Journalism, Radio, and Mural Arts. See Rhino's - Get Involved.
Wonderlab Museum of Science, Health & Technology has as its mission to provide opportunities for people of all ages, especially children, to experience the wonder and excitement of science through hands-on exhibits and programs that stimulate curiosity, encourage exploration, and foster lifelong learning. Volunteer Roles: Exhibits Volunteer, Outreach Events, Special Programs. See Wonderlab Volunteers.
Youth Services Bureau of Monroe County, in an effort to strengthen families and divert youth from the juvenile justice system, offers services which foster positive family functioning and help lay the groundwork to build healthy, productive, individuals. Part-Time Jobs: Residential Coordinators and Residential Specialists. See YSB - Employment/Internship.

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Girls Incorporated of Monroe County provides vital after-school and summer enrichment, educational programs, and organized sports leagues to girls to help them develop the values and skills they need to become confident, productive and responsible adults. Volunteer Roles: Afterschool tutoring & activities, Sports programming. See Volunteer with Girls Inc..
Head Start is a family-centered child development program whose mission is to promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to enrolled children and families. Volunteer Roles: Classroom Volunteers, Fingerpainting & Fun. See Head Start - Volunteering.
Homework Help for Teens at the Monroe County Public Library. Volunteers are needed by the "Homework Help for Teens" program to assist middle and high school students on a drop-in basis in a casual atmosphere at the Monroe County Public Library in the evenings. Volunteer Roles: Homework Helpers/Tutors in Math and Science. See Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Latino Community Center Inc./ El Centro Comunal Latino Inc. (CCL) seeks to provide an accessible and safe space for all Latinos to find information, access to resources and a place to hold community events. El Centro Comunal Latino also seeks to promote communication and understanding among service agencies and the Latino community in order to facilitate their integration and encourage active Latino(a) participation in the greater Bloomington community. Volunteer Roles: Homework tutors and ESL tutors. See CCL - Volunteer Opportunities.
Middle Way House provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis intervention, support services for battered and sexually abused women and their children; legal advocacy, training and community resource center. Volunteer Roles: Youth Program Empowerment Services (YES!) See Middle Way House - Volunteer and Training Dates and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Monroe County Community Schools (MCCSC). Complete an online application to provide MCCSC with information they can use to best place you in a volunteer opportunity. See Volunteer Team Registration.
Monroe County United Ministries offers high-quality childcare for preschool children (ages 2-6) all year and school age children (ages 6-10) in summer, emergency food, clothing and financial counseling to low-income families. Volunteer Roles: Teacher's Assistant. See MCUM - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.

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Autism Mentoring Program provides "buddies" for children in elementary and middle school with Autism. Mentors are expected to arrange one outing per week and needs to be carefully coordinated with the family. The goal is to help the children acquire the skills required to function in social situations. Volunteer Roles: Mentors.
Bradford Woods Therapeutic Camps provide programs for children and adults with disability or chronic illness as well as conducting therapeutic programming for at-risk youth, families, and adults with disabling conditions. Volunteer Roles: Volunteer, Intern, and Camp Staff positions. See Bradford Woods - Get Involved.
Crystal's Behavior Solutions uses the fundamental principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to guide and direct autism treatment programs helping children with special needs reach their full potential. Each autism program is developed by a behavioral therapist and individualized to meet the unique needs of each child. Volunteer Roles: Assistant. See CBS - Contact Us or CBS - Submit a resume.
People & Animal Learning Services is dedicated to providing high-quality, safe, educational, fun and therapeutic animal assisted activities such as therapeutic horseback riding, hippotherapy, animal care and pet encounter therapy to children and adults with physical, learning, cognitive or emotional disabilities. See PALS - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Reach High Consulting supports families living with autism by providing applied behavior services and the tools needed to help their autistic child, or family member, reach their maximum potential along with the hope and faith they need to persevere. Volunteer Roles: Camp Counselors, Assistants. See details at the Reach High website and contact Audra Lampkins, Director.
Unlocking the Spectrum offers families with children on the autism spectrum Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy services - assessment and treatment addressing academics, life skills, and social skills. Volunteer Roles: ABA Therapist Assistant. See Unlocking the Spectrum - Contact Us.

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Abilities Unlimited supports full community membership for people with disabilities. AU helps with durable medical equipment loans, home modifications for accessible living, chronic pain support, camp scholarships, and advocacy - help finding any services you need that we don't provide.
Best Buddies Indiana creates opportunities for friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Volunteer Roles: Best Buddies, eBuddies. See Best Buddies - Volunteer and Best Buddies at Indiana University.
Bloomington Parks & Recreation Inclusive Recreation Program The City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation - individuals with and without disabilities participating in recreation activities together. Volunteer Roles: Leisure Companion Program, Special Olympics of Monroe County Volunteers. See Inclusive Recreation Program page and Special Olympics of Monroe County - Volunteer.
Bradford Woods Therapeutic Camps provide programs for children and adults with disability or chronic illness as well as conducting therapeutic programming for at-risk youth, families, and adults with disabling conditions. Volunteer Roles: Volunteer, Intern or Camp Staff positions. See Bradford Woods - Get Involved.
LIFEDesigns - partners with people with disabilities and our communities to bring about self-directed and fulfilled lives through education, information and support. Volunteer Roles: Advocate, Event & Party Volunteers. See LIFEDesigns - Support.
Stonebelt has the mission to prepare, empower and support persons with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the life of the community. See Stonebelt - Volunteer.

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Middle Way House provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis intervention, support services for battered and sexually abused women and their children; legal advocacy, training and community resource center. Volunteer Roles: On-Scene Advocates, Crisis Line Volunteers, Women's Program Support, Community Reception, House Management, Adult Education and Tutoring. See Middle Way - Volunteer & Training Dates and the Bloomington Volunteer Network.

Amethyst House. Opportunities are available to tutor clients in basic literacy, resume writing, computer skills and cooking. If you have skills in these or other areas, Amethyst House can connect you with a client and arrange a tutoring schedule. See Amethyst House - Get Involved.
Latino Community Center Inc./ El Centro Comunal Latino Inc. (CCL) seeks to provide an accessible and safe space for all Latinos to find information, access to resources and a place to hold community events. El Centro Comunal Latino also seeks to promote communication and understanding among service agencies and the Latino community in order to facilitate their integration and encourage active Latino(a) participation in the greater Bloomington community. Volunteer Roles: ESL tutors, Computer Education Classes. See CCL - Volunteer Opportunities.
Volunteers in Tutoring Adult Learners exists to support any adult who didn't learn to read adequately and now wants to read well enough to deal with everyday needs and reach his/her literacy goals. VITAL also assists adults who need to improve English language skills. Volunteer Roles: One-to-one tutoring, ESL Tutoring.
AmeriCorps Improving Health Throughout Indiana has as its mission helping to eliminate health disparities in Indiana by promoting healthy weight management through proper nutrition and physical activity. Volunteer Roles: Health education & promotion.
Bloomington Hospital Emergency Room Volunteer Program. Student volunteers assist the physicians and staff of the Bloomington Hospital Emergency Department with any duties they need completed. This involves changing linen, restocking rooms with necessary supplies, escorting patients to various locations within the hospital, escorting patients to their cars upon discharge, and various other duties assigned by the staff. These duties do not include direct medical contact with patients but may include, with physician consent, the observation of procedures conducted in the emergency department.

IU Health - Bloomington Hospital. Volunteer may work in the Hospital Gift Shop, at the Information Desk, or deliver flowers and mail to patients. You may help out on patient care units - like Critical Care, Cardiovascular Services, or Surgery - greeting visitors and performing clerical duties. See IU Health - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
IU Health - Hospice. The IU Health Hospice helps patients find hope by achieving the highest possible level of physical comfort, meaningfulness, and peace of mind. See IU Health - Volunteer.
Redbud Hills is a retirement community for active and independent elders. Volunteer Roles: Activities Leader. See Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Southern Care Hospice is one of the nation's largest hospice providers, providing hospice services to patients who reside in private homes, group homes, assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities. Volunteer Roles: Patient Support, Pet Therapy, and Music Therapy. See Southern Care Hospice - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Volunteers in Medicine of Monroe County. The Volunteers in Medicine clinic provides free, quality primary and preventive care for both chronic and acute illnesses. Volunteer Roles: You may greet clients at the front desk, schedule appointments, fill scripts, stock shelves in the pharmacy, work as an interpreter (Spanish), conduct eligibility interviews, or enter medical data. See VIM - Volunteer. Psychology and neuroscience majors can get experience at VIM through the VIM Field Experience.

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Community Kitchen offers, without question or obligation, free meals, take-home items, and meal delivery to youth participating in non-profit after-school (or summer) programs. Volunteer Roles: Meal Preparation, Backpack Preparation, and Meal Service. See Community Kitchen - Volunteer.
Hoosier Hills Foodbank collects, stores, & distributes food to 110 charities in six counties. Over 20,000 people receive food bank resources through emergency pantries & soup kitchens every month. Volunteer Roles: Food Rescue & Packers, Garden & Gleaning, Warehouse Assistants, and Commodity Supplemental Food Program Box Packing. See HHF - Volunteer.
Martha's House is a forty bed emergency shelter providing temporary housing for residents of Monroe, Lawrence, and Owen counties experiencing homelessness. Volunteer Roles: Resident Advocates, Volunteers for Jobs Programs. See Martha's House - Volunteer page.
Mother Hubbard's Cupboard has as its mission providing healthful, wholesome food to people in need, as well as nutrition and gardening education. Volunteer Roles: Pantry Volunteer, Gardening Volunteer, Nutrition Education Volunteer, Shopping/Delivery Volunteer. See Mother Hubbard's - Volunteer.
New Hope Family Shelter, Inc. has as its mission to provide temporary shelter for homeless families in Bloomington and Monroe County and, in collaboration with other agencies, to help those families regain housing by addressing the problems that led to homelessness. Volunteer Roles: Homework Helper, Children's Activities, Hospitality, stand in for staff on emergency basis, office work, and more. See New Hope Family Shelter - Volunteer.
Shalom Community Center is a safe, daytime resource center for people experiencing homelessness and poverty. Volunteer Roles: Shalom Greeter, Hospitality Volunteers, Kitchen Volunteers, Housing Specialist, Respite Room Volunteer, Employment Program Assistants, Ugly Quilt Sleeping Bag Sewers, and more. See Shalom - Volunteer.

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Community Justice & Mediation Center has as its mission to promote a civil and just community through mediation, education and restorative justice. Volunteer Roles: Community Mediation Facilitators, Victim-Offender Mediation Facilitators, Conflict Resolution Training Education, and Restorative Justice. See CJAM - Volunteer.
District 10 Pro Bono Project, Inc. provides legal services to lower income people in Owen, Greene, Lawrence and Monroe counties, Indiana. We do so with a number of innovative programs matching volunteer attorneys with clients who need help with shelter, income, safety, or access to justice. For details call 812-339-3610.
Indiana Legal Services is a nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to low-income people. ILS helps clients who are faced with legal problems that harm their ability to have such basics as food, shelter, income, medical care or personal safety. Most of the cases ILS handles are cases such as family law where there is domestic violence, housing, consumer law, access to health care or government benefits. Volunteer Roles: Intake Workers, Hotline Interviewers, Administrative Assistants, Attorney Assistants. See ILS - Volunteer and call 812-339-7668 for more information.
Latino Community Center Inc./ El Centro Comunal Latino Inc. (CCL) seeks to provide an accessible and safe space for all Latinos to find information, access to resources and a place to hold community events. El Centro Comunal Latino also seeks to promote communication and understanding among service agencies and the Latino community in order to facilitate their integration and encourage active Latino(a) participation in the greater Bloomington community. Volunteer Roles: Legal Referral Project. See CCL - Volunteer.
Middle Way House provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis intervention, support services for battered and sexually abused women and their children; legal advocacy, training and community resource center. Volunteer Roles: Legal Advocacy and Protective Order Assistance Project (PROAP).

See Middle Way House's Volunteer and Training Dates and Bloomington Volunteer Network.

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Alzheimer's Association has as its mission to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Volunteer Roles: Help at your local office - with the Walk to End Alzheimer's, public education and awareness programs, office help, helpline support calls, and advocacy. See Alzheimer's Association - Volunteer.
Bloomington Meadows Hospital offers mental health services to children, adolescents, and adults on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Meadows Hospital does not offer volunteer positions due to confidentiality issues, but they do offer part-time employment as a Mental Health Technician. See Meadows Hospital Careers to see if MHT positions are currently available. Psychology and neuroscience majors can get experience at Meadows through the Meadows Field Experience.
Centerstone offers a full range of mental health services, substance abuse treatment and related services. Centerstone does not offer volunteer positions due to confidentiality issues, but they do offer part-time employment. Look for Behavioral Health Technician, Rehabilitation Specialist on the Centerstone Careers page - select "Indiana" and search.
Crimson CORPS (Caring, Open-Minded, Respectful, Peer Support) is an Indiana University student group created by Indiana University's Counseling and Psychological Services. The mission of Crimson CORPS is to promote a culture of compassion and action on the IU Bloomington campus and to bring awareness to issues of emotional well being within the student community. Like Crimson CORPS on Facebook to get updates about activities and membership.
Mental Health America - Monroe County supports mental health consumers and their families by serving as a clearinghouse for information about mental health promotion, prevention, and treatment resources in our community. Volunteer Roles: Assist with MHA-MC support groups for mental health consumers and their friends and family. See details at Mental Health America - Monroe County website and the MHA-MC Support Group page.
Mental Health America - Greater Indianapolis. Crisis line volunteers take calls from individuals in crisis in the comfort and convenience of the volunteers' own homes. You must commit to six hours a week for one year. Availability on weekends and/or overnights preferred. Volunteers on the line respond to callers with a listening ear and intervene when appropriate. A 35-hour training provides instruction and practice necessary to handle a variety of calls. Topics of calls range from relationship issues, substance abuse, depression, suicide intervention and stress. Although you will take crisis line calls from your home after you've been trained, you must attend training in Indianapolis. See MHA-GI Volunteer.
Middle Way House Crisis Line. Practice your nonjudgmental active listening skills by answering phone lines for crisis calls, staff, and residents. Commitment to 3-4 hour weekly shift or overnight, 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. Because this is an emergency 24-hour service, it is our most immediate need. See Middle Way House's Volunteer and Training Dates and the Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Middle Way House On-Scene Advocates. Develop your ability to remain calm and supportive of someone in crisis. OSAs are called to hospital emergency rooms during medical care and examinations for evidence (also called "rape kits") or to police stations while someone is filing a report, OSAs provide a listening ear, information, and other support to rape and sexual assault and domestic violence survivors. See Middle Way House's Volunteer and Training Dates and the Bloomington Volunteer Network.
National Alliance on Mental Illness - Bloomington Area works to improve the total quality of life for the families of persons with severe mental illness and their ill family members through support, education, advocacy, research, and improved community services. Volunteer Roles: Assist with NAMI educational programs and support groups for friends and family. See NAMI Programs.
Southern Care Hospice is one of the nation's largest hospice providers, providing hospice services to patients who reside in private homes, group homes, assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities. Volunteer Roles: Patient Support, Pet Therapy, and Music Therapy. See Southern Care Hospice - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.

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Amethyst House, provides residential and outpatient services for people with drug and alcohol addiction and problem gambling issues. Our mission is to provide a foundation for sober living by partnering with individuals, families and communities impacted by addictions and substance abuse issues, offering quality recovery services and guidance for clean, sober and healthy living. Volunteer Roles: Clerical and fundraising. Also tutoring clients in basic literacy, resume writing, computer skills and cooking - if you have skills in these or other areas, Amethyst House can connect you with a client. See Amethyst House - Get Involved.

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Area 10 Agency on Aging is a private, not-for-profit corporation serving elderly persons in Monroe and Owen Counties. Our mission is to improve the quality of life and celebrate the independence, health, and dignity of all senior citizens. Volunteer Roles: Caring Companions, Social Networking Volunteer, Art Instructors, Computer Tutors, Friendly Visitors, Nursing Home Ombudsman, Telephone Reassurance. See Area 10 - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Bell Trace located on a beautiful 15-acre campus, is a community that reflects the needs and inclinations of its residents - a community built on the belief that meeting each resident's expectations takes precedence over all else. Volunteer Roles: Help with Group Activities such as Social Hours, One-On-Ones, Tutorials in the Computer Facility, Recreational Therapy. Orientations for volunteers are offered the first Tuesday of each month from 5:30-6:30pm. Complete the online Bell Trace Volunteer Application.
Garden Villa provides long-term care, short-term rehabilitation, an adult day program and respite care. The facility offers numerous comprehensive therapy programs and specialized Alzheimer's care. Volunteer Roles: One-On-Ones, Activities Assistant, Visitors. Contact Kali Jorgens at 812-330-6755 or Terri Noel at 812-330-6759 for details.
Golden Living Center is a skilled nursing facility that offers care to Alzheimer's patients and others who need short-term care as a result of physical illnesses. Volunteer Roles: Assist in the Alzheimer's Unit. Contact Jeff Cox at 812-339-1657 for details.
Meadowood Health Pavillion promotes the physical, emotional, psychosocial and spiritual wellbeing of every resident. Meadowood focuses on individual strengths and furnishes a caring, comfortable environment. Their interdisciplinary teams strive to address the needs of individual residents and provide the care necessary to achieve an optimal quality of life. Contact Alicia Wineberry at 812-330-4375 (extension 324) for details.
Redbud Hills is a retirement community for active and independent elders. Volunteer Roles: Wii Bowling and Other Sports. See details at Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Sterling House provides care and personalized assisted living options for seniors. We take time to know senior's life stories, their family, friends and dreams. The emphasis is on providing a wonderful assisted living life style, allowing seniors to do what they can and helping them remain as independent as possible. Contact Megan at 812-330-0885 for more information.

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City of Bloomington Animal Care & Control shelters stray and unwanted animals, connects lost pets with their homes, maintains a pet adoption and a foster program, educates the community about animal care and behavior, and more. Volunteer Roles: Dog walkers, Cat care, Headstart dog trainers, Adoption Counselors, more. See Animal Shelter - Volunteer.
Exotic Feline Rescue Center provides permanent homes for exotic felines that have been abused, abandoned or for some reason have nowhere to live out their lives, while educating the public about these beautiful cats. Volunteer Roles: Greet Visitors, Give Tours, Help with Construction, Assist Keepers. See EFRC - Volunteer.
Monroe County Humane Association has as its mission to responsibly and compassionately lead, advocate, and educate for animal welfare in our communities. Volunteer Roles: Humane Education, VIPaws, KINDNews, Paws & Claws Camp, more. See MCHA - Volunteer.
People & Animal Learning Services is dedicated to providing high-quality, safe, educational, fun and therapeutic animal assisted activities such as therapeutic horseback riding, hippotherapy, animal care and pet encounter therapy to children and adults with physical, learning, cognitive or emotional disabilities. Volunteer Roles: Horse Care. See PALS - Volunteer and Bloomington Volunteer Network.
Wildcare Inc. provides professional care to sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife so they may be returned to the wild, and also presents education outreach programs focusing on the value of sharing the planet with our wild neighbors. Volunteer Roles: Care for Injured/Abandoned Wild Animals at the Wildcare Center, Public Eduation, Foster Animals in Your Home. See details at Wildcare - Volunteer.

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The Bloomington Volunteer Network is an excellent resource:

Campus resources:

Opportunities for students who love volunteering and the non-profit organizations who utilize volunteers:

  • Service-Learning & Field Experience courses allow you to earn course credit while challenging you to use knowledge and skills acquired in your college classes to meet genuine community needs.
  • Non-Profit Leadership Alliance program prepares and certifies future nonprofit professionals according to nationally validated standards. The NPLA certificate is intended to provide participants with the knowledge and expertise essential to emerging leaders in the field of nonprofit management.

You can find volunteer positions anywhere in the nation using Volunteer Match or Volunteers of America. A few notable national organizations in need of your heart, hands, and bright ideas:

Volunteering is a great way to explore the world:

The Hutton International Experiences Program (IEP) grants help students with good grades participate in volunteer service abroad, study abroad, overseas research, international internships or student teaching in foreign countries. You do not need to belong to Hutton to be eligible.