Project for Pride in Living's Career Center in Minneapolis offers a computer lab open to participants for career-related activities. Provide one-on-one support to adults learning basic computer skills, offer guidance as they search for employment and educational opportunities online, and tutor basic math and reading skills. Weekday mornings or afternoon shifts. Must be proficient at Microsoft Word and internet.


Joni and Friends, an international disability ministry with an office in Hopkins, is recruiting volunteers for its summer Family Retreat, which will be offered over two sessions in June and August. The retreats offer a haven for families living with disability.


Assist TreeHouse to help teens form meaningful relationships and realize their true value — to prevent hopelessness. They provide safe spaces to find support and belonging. There is a wide range of opportunities in 50 locations across 13 states.


Assist Lyngblomsten in St. Paul by playing the piano for Catholic mass on Wednesdays, 3:30-5 p.m.


Help the American Sewing Guild advance sewing as a life skill, including educating youth about sewing. Will hold sewing events that benefit veterans, cancer and Alzheimer's patients, homeless, preemies and more.


Assist the Animal Humane Society. Help with food, medication, kennels, toys and other basic supplies. Things you will need are provided, along with training and care instructions. Vet techs and behaviorists also can offer their help.


Help PRISM at its food shelf. Schedule walk-in appointments, greet participants and visitors, identify needs and work with staff to serve clients. Must have strong interpersonal skills. Golden Valley location.


Tutor kindergarten through third-grade students to help them achieve literacy success. Several locations through the East Side Learning Center in St. Paul. Training, technology, staff support provided. Virtual and in-person opportunities available; two-10 hours per week.


The Tips Outdoors Foundation provides fun hands-on outdoor educational experiences for youth and families. Training for Certified Outdoor Mentors who share their outdoor skill and knowledge of traditional outdoor activities with youth and families to help build family values.


Assist Mitchell Hamline School of Law with a mock trial on April 26. Report at 8:30 a.m. Day ends at 2:30 p.m. Light breakfast and lunch provided. Casual dress. Each trial requires jurors to deliberate on a verdict and offer constructive criticism to the participants.


Assist Memorial Blood Centers at blood donation centers in locations across the metro. Welcome donors, verify their files and explain the donation process. Must have excellent customer service skills and be computer-literate.


Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute is dedicated to planting seeds of social change through education, training and community outreach. Assist with various publicity tasks and events. Flexible scheduling, but must attend community events as needed.

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