There are many ways for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends to get involved in the greater community. Below is a list of current community service opportunities in our region. If you are a community partner who would like to list a service opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employees Responding as Volunteers
SERV (State Employees Responding as Volunteers) is an employee benefit which allows employees the opportunity to volunteer during regular work schedules up to one day per month at an approved Massachusetts non-profit organization. Click here for more information.
Walk for HAWC - May 6, 2012
Join the Salem State University Walk for HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change) Team for the 20th anniversary walk. For more information or to join our team for this 5 mile WALK/RUN for domestic violence awareness click here.
Jewish Rehabilitation Center, Swampsoctt, Massachusetts
Aviv Centers for Living is looking for volunteers for their Jewish Rehabilitation Center in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Numerous volunteer opportunities are available and include helping with recreational activities, teaching arts and crafts, reading, or providing companionship for residents. For more information on volunteer opportunities click here or contact Kim Pierce at the Jewish Rehabilitation Center at 781.598.5310 x 1538 or email@example.com.
North Shore Community Development Coalition (CDC):
Volunteer ESOL Teachers
Experience the excitement and satisfaction of teaching the English language to members of the North Shore’s multicultural community through the Community English Program of the North Shore CDC. The North Shore CDC offers fall programs that feature classes in basic, intermediate, and conversational English. The program depends on generous and committed volunteers to provide this vital service. They are presently accepting applications for literacy tutors and classroom teachers. For more information, click here.
Volunteer Administrative Assistant
The Property Management team is seeking a volunteer adminstrative assistant to work with tenants on a daily basis. The volunteer will gain office and administrative skills while learning more about housing and property management. For more information, contact Souza-Lopez at Ana@northshorecdc.org or 978.745.8071, or click here.
Salem CyberSpace - College Success Tutors
The College Success Program at Salem CyberSpace needs volunteers to help high school juniors prepare for the math and English SAT test. Volunteers must be familiar with the SAT test and be able to teach the content in either English or math. Staff will train volunteers in test taking strategies. Classes are once a week, 2 to 4 hours per class, and are flexible to meet the volunteer's schedule, although volunteers must be able to volunteer consistently, week to week, from February 1 through May 31. Contact Linda Saris, director, for more information or to express interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.