VOLUNTEER RESOURCE GUIDE
The Volunteer Resource Guide for Community Engagement Courses is a resource to find local volunteer opportunities where you can earn college units! Learn more on the Community Engagement page! Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community and learn those important employability skills!
- HOW TO OBTAIN A VOLUNTEER POSITION: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE!
STEP 1 | HOW DO YOU WANT TO VOLUNTEER?
Consider your interests, how you like to spend your time and where you like to help.
STEP 2 | LOOK THROUGH THE VOLUNTEER GUIDE (BELOW)
Look through this guide by clicking on the links below and find volunteer jobs that match your interest and needs. Read the descriptions of the volunteer opportunities available, and identify which ones sound interesting to you. Remember that this guide is just a guide and there are multitude of additional opportunities throughout the area.
STEP 3 | CONTACT THE ORGANIZATION
Call the organization directly and ask to speak to the contact person listed (if there is one) or the volunteer coordinator.
STEP 4 | SET UP AN APPOINTMENT
Set up an appointment to visit the organization. Visiting the organization will give you a real feel for what it would be like to work there. The coordinator at the organization may want to interview you before you start.
STEP 5 | KEEP AT IT
Make a commitment and go for it or start the process over again until you find a good fit for you.
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO VOLUNTEER?
Volunteer opportunities here at the Santa Rosa Junior College.
Volunteer opportunities working with animals.
Volunteer opportunities working with the arts.
Volunteer opportunities working for counseling and mental health organizations.
Volunteer opportunities helping our environment.
Volunteer opportunities related to health and nutrition.
Volunteer opportunities helping the homeless.
Volunteer opportunities in the Human Resources field.
Volunteer opportunities assisting seniors.
Volunteer opportunities working with youth.
Volunteer Not finding what you're looking for on our website? Check out the Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership!
SRJC uses jobspeaker for their online job board. Sign-in using your SRJC LOGIN and filter the "Job Type" to have "Volunteer Work" as the only selected type.