Volunteer Opportunities


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Sign up to volunteer here! This year there will be several volunteer opportunities for students. From helping out at local fundraisers to doing yard work in the community, YOU can make a difference!

Volunteering is a great way to get involved in the community. Not only do the community and local organizations benefit from your time, but you as an individual benefit in several ways. Volunteering will give you the opportunity to get involved in the community, this means you will get the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. You will get educated about your community, the organizations and all the hard work and effort they put into giving back to the community. Last but not least, you will gain valuable experience. Volunteering will look great on your résumé and college applications. Why not volunteer? It’s a win-win situation!




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Volunteer at New Beginnings

New Beginnings provides services to those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence - physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. Some who use our services are in physical danger. Others are living with controlling partners in relationships that are emotionally abusive. Shoreline Community College students have the opportunity to volunteer for New Beginnings and learn how to get involved  and learn more about domestic violence in our community.

New Beginnings

Thursday, February 22nd

Volunteer positions and shifts:

  • Food Bank, 10-12:30pm – (5 volunteers). These volunteers will be serving clients food or monitoring food items to make sure clients are taking the allotted amount
  • Clothing drive, 10-12:30pm – (2 volunteers). These volunteers will be helping clients find items that they need
  • Cleaning crew, 12:30-2:30pm – (5 volunteers). These volunteers will be packing items into boxes, breaking down tables and putting them into proper place, sweeping floors, help put racks and items in the storage pantry

Address: 22901 Edmonds Way, Edmonds, WA 98020

Website: http://www.newbegin.org/

Transportation: Not provided at this time. If anything changes and we are able to provide transportation, an email will be sent to all volunteers

Other items: Volunteers will be asked to fill out a Community Service Application prior to the volunteering date

For questions, comments or concerns please email Jose Vazquez at Jvazquez@shoreline.edu

> > > > >Long-Term Volunteer Opportunities 

Center for Human Services

Here are a few details about the position:

- After-school program tutor/mentor

- Program runs Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3-6pm (they are very flexible though)

- Program site is located in the Ballinger Homes (about a block or two from Costco)

- Primarily serves K-8 but is available for K-12

Marta Buell (mbuell@chs-nw.org (206) 371-6910) is the contact for this volunteer opportunity and is seeking additional volunteers as soon as they're available

For any questions, concerns, or for more information, please contact April Bui at StudentJustice@shoreline.edu.

Social Justice Officer | Associated Student Government

Student Leadership Center | PUB 9301


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