Volunteer and Intern Positions Available
Position: Administrative Assistant to executive staff. Wide variety of duties including data entry, writing and/or typing correspondence, coordinating meetings, filing, aide in volunteer recruitment, reproducing materials, and take and make phone calls.
Qualifications: Proficient on PC computer, Word, Excel, and Print Shop software, large copier machines, multiple line telephone, and calculator. Must be able to work as part of a team as well as independently, be flexible, have a good sense of humor, take initiative, enjoy variety, friendly, and have good communication skills.
Training: We will train you on all office procedures.
Hours: Varies depending on your availability. Can be on a regular schedule or as needed basis.
Position: Help plan fundraising and community events for agency. Make phone calls, seek donors, solicit donations for raffle, manage mailing lists, register vendors, distribute press releases, announcements and flyers in-person, by mail and email.
Qualifications: Must be very organized, good with details. Excellent communication skills, friendly, outgoing and good with follow up. Experience dealing with the public, organizing paperwork and schedules, group emailing, soliciting involvement and donations by phone helpful.
Training: We will provide training.
Hours: Very flexible. Can work from home. May require occasional in office meetings and outreach in community.
Position: Translate written and oral content for our programs.
Qualifications: Bi-lingual. Call for languages currently needed.
Hours: Flexible. Can work from home.
Data Entry, Reseach & Evaluation Assistant
Position: Provide support in the collection, collating, data entry and analysis of evaluation data on the P.A.S.A. Elementary School Drug & Gang Prevention Program.
Qualifications: Computer skills and data entry experience. Organized, precise, good with details, interested in working with and analyzing data, and good at organizing paperwork. Able to work with minimal direction and create evaluation summaries based on examples provided. Some college, preferably in a research-based field, and direct experience in data collection and analysis.
Hours: Hours vary and determined based on your availability.
Board of Directors Member or Advisor
Position: Participate in oversight of agency including periodic review and revision of agency policies and procedures, financial and program oversight, and liability and legal issues. Additionally, board members are expected to help promote Omni Youth Programs in the community, raise money by identifying and opening doors to prospective business and private donors, personally solicit others to attend agency events, and personal giving. Additionally, board members are expected to recruit new board members, attend bimonthly meetings and participate on one sub-committee in addition to the general Board of Directors.
Qualifications: Sincere interest in drug and violence prevention and supporting agency's mission, programs and fundraising efforts, focus on problem solving, team player, cooperative, enthusiastic, and good at "spreading the word".
Hours: General BOD's meetings are held every quarter, 5:30-7:00 pm, and time and day of week may vary. Must be available by phone or email between meetings for timely issues and occasional special meetings. Sub-Committee meetings TBA and scheduled on an as needed basis.
Become a Volunteer or Intern
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Show your Support for
Youth Leadership Development and
Community Engagement for
Youth Alcohol, Drug, Violence & Bullying Prevention
We value our Volunteers! Volunteering benefits everyone - youth and families in our programs, Omni Youth Programs, and even you - the volunteer!
Extremely flexible weekday hours. Volunteer for a few hours or ongoing - for one time, a few weeks or year round. It's up to you! All volunteer training and training materials provided free.