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Sunday January 23, 2022 8:14 PM  Gradient
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This list includes all current virtual as well as in-person service opportunities. To search these opportunities by campus, discipline, or another filter, please click here. As a reminder, all service, including volunteer service and academic service-learning, must meet iCED's Standards for Service.

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Please note that iCED DOES NOT encourage students, faculty, or staff to break with any requirements by the CDC, the State of Florida, and local governments’ measures of social distancing and self-isolation. If you choose to volunteer somewhere in-person or to run grocery errands for a neighbor in need, please be cautious and only do so if you are able, healthy, taking care to prevent infection and do not live with someone at risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19. Here are the CDC’s recommendations for preventing yourself from a COVID-19 infection, and here are MDC’s comprehensive updates and FAQ on the college’s response to the pandemic.

1. Age Awareness Initiative
         Neuroscience SOS Stem Research

Contact: Trinidad Arguelles, Professor Psychology (305) 237-4935; Eric Belokon, Professor of Psychology (305) 237-3185; E-mail: targuell@mdc.edu
Description: The goal is to bring awareness about the aging population, address advocacy and action to support aging community. Students will engage in providing supportive service to aging community as well as to advocate on their behalf, and have opportunities to engage in research and training in the area of Gerontology - Study of Aging. Duration: Students will commit to complete a minimum of at least 20 hours per semester and will have an opportunity to participate in ongoing projects
Opportunities: The AGING Community Enrichment Together (ACE-T) project will be rolled out along with different communities partners: Easter Seals, Alliance for Aging, United Home Care and others as well will be identified. Due to COVID, agencies have requested that students be involved in research gathering relevant data. Students will be required to give class presentations to their peers to create awareness. Once social distancing protocols allow, other opportunities for service such as tutoring, and companionship will be evaluated .
Comments: The goal is to build a network and foster supportive relationships around activities allowing for an intergenerational and diverse interaction for a learn, teach and grow process; to counter ageism and guide our nation’s approach to ensuring supportive policies and programs for us all as we move through the life course; to improve the public’s understanding of what aging means and the many ways that older people contribute to our society;

2. A New Start: Financial & Social Services  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 657 NE 125th St; North Miami, FL 33161 See Map
Contact: Andrew Hoo, CEO 754 423 4365; Ann Charleus, COO ; E-mail: andrew@anewstartfs.org
Website: http://anewstartfs.org
Description: For more than 8 years, A New Start: Financial & Social Services, Inc. (ANS), a 501(c)(3) Charity Organization has provided services to the local community and around the world. ANS is a Female Entrepreneur driven and, Veteran Owned and veteran serving institution. A New Start provides a number of services to the community such as Tax Preparation/Representation for Individuals and Small Businesses, Homeless & Disability Outreach, HIV/STD Education/Outreach, Entrepreneurship Coaching/Mentorship and Asset Building, International Outreach, Civic Engagement, Healthy Living, Community Collaboration, Women’s Empowerment, LGBT+ Empowerment, and Internship/Mentorship Programs for Inner City Youth, College, and Post Graduate students. We actively fight for causes such as Human Trafficking, Threats to Democracy and the Rule of Law World Wide, Religious Discrimination, All Forms of Discrimination, the Environment, Tax matters and any other forms of injustice.
Opportunities: Roles include: Administrative (phone calls, emails, and formatting forms), Research, Telecommuting (COVID-19), Interacting with clients, and Community Outreach.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 15 Hours Minimum Commitment * 13 is Minimum Age * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

3. A Safe Haven for Newborns

Address: 6955 NW 77th Ave, Suite 302; Miami, FL 33166 See Map
Contact: Nick Silveiro, President 305 882-1304 x 103; Patricia Gallardo, Volunteer Coordinator 305 882 1304 x 107; E-mail: safehaven@asafehavenfornewborns.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/asafehavenfornewborns and http://www.asafehavenfornewborns.com
Description: “Safe Haven for Newborns” began in response to the tragedy of newborn abandonment in Florida. The Gloria M. Silverio Foundation a 501(C)3 Florida not-for-profit organization established a program in 2001, called “A Safe Haven for Newborns”. We are not affiliated with any organizations and we “partner” with everyone statewide. A Safe Haven for Newborns is dedicated to saving the precious lives of newborns from the dangers of abandonment and assisting pregnant girls and women in crisis.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: 1-The App program - students become advocates for abandoned infants enrolling in the virtual program, attend a workshop, and a call to action by developing video, newsletter, or artwork for advocacy. 2--Help distribute information to the communities at large; 3-Organize baby shower for newborns (fundraise baby products and resources for expecting/adoption mothers, roll out event). 4- Develop a database of sororities and distribute information on infant abandonment prevention to create awareness and advocacy.
Comments: Safe Haven operates on a 100% volunteer base, it partners with high schools and colleges to offer service-learning and volunteer opportunities. To volunteer, visit our website and download our app!

4. Aging Community Enrichment Together (ACE-T)
         Aging Awareness Initiative

Contact: Trinidad Arguelles, Professor Psychology (305) 237-4935; Eric Belokon, Professor of Psychology (305) 237-3185; E-mail: targuell@mdc.edu
Description: The goal is to bring awareness about the aging population, address advocacy and action to support aging community. Students will engage in providing supportive service to aging community as well as to advocate on their behalf, and have opportunities to engage in research and training in the area of Gerontology - Study of Aging. Duration: Students will commit to complete a minimum of at least 20 hours per semester and will have an opportunity to participate in ongoing projects
Opportunities: The AGING Community Enrichment Together (ACE-T) project will be rolled out along with different communities partners: Easter Seals, Alliance for Aging, United Home Care and others as well will be identified. Due to COVID, agencies have requested that students be involved in research gathering relevant data. Students will be required to give class presentations to their peers to create awareness. Once social distancing protocols allow, other opportunities for service such as tutoring, and companionship will be evaluated .
Comments: The goal is to build a network and foster supportive relationships around activities allowing for an intergenerational and diverse interaction for a learn, teach and grow process; to counter ageism and guide our nation’s approach to ensuring supportive policies and programs for us all as we move through the life course; to improve the public’s understanding of what aging means and the many ways that older people contribute to our society;

5. Amelia Earhart Park’s Bill Graham Farm Village

Address: 401 East 65th Street; Hialeah, FL 33013 See Map
Contact: Alex Martinez, Miami-Dade Parks Manager III 305-953-6019; , ; E-mail: Alejandro.Martinez2@miamidade.gov
Website: https://miamidadeparks.com/
Description: Bill Graham's Farm Village was created to provide today's urbanized children an opportunity to learn about Miami-Dade County's agricultural past by visiting a replica of the kinds of farms that once dotted three-quarters of the region. We house many different species of domestic animals that would typically be found in a farm environment.
Opportunities: The Farm Village is always seeking volunteers with a passion for working with animals, as well as park patrons, to assist with day to day operations. If you love animals and don’t mind getting dirty, come out and join us for a day on the farm! We accept student volunteers every Saturday and Sunday, a sign in sheet is provided to document your time here. The following is a list of likely duties volunteers at the park would be assigned: garbage collection, light landscaping (Mulching, pruning, planting), cleaning of animal enclosures, monitoring public in the contact yard, assisting with public/private pony rides, assist with grooming of animals, cleaning of food storage areas, cleaning food containers/water bowls, assist with feeding, and any other appropriate tasks required for operation of the farm village.
Comments: Please register through https://miamidadeparks.com/. Student volunteering opportunities at the Farm Village can be found in the catalog, under the “Volunteer Opportunities” tab labeled as “Park Service Day Volunteers”. Amelia Earhart Park’s student volunteering opportunities are labeled as “Farm Village Saturday or Sunday Support”. For additional information or any questions contact Alex Martinez at Alejandro.Martinez2@miamidade.gov.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * 16 is Minimum Age * Job Training Included

6. American Heart Association

Address: 6430 NW 5th Way; Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 See Map
Contact: Michelle Johnson, (954) 772-8100; Mitzi Cardona, Portfolio Advisor Collegiate Diversity 313.492.0720; Fax: (954) 491-3511; E-mail: maria.leon@heart.org
Description: The American Heart Association’s Hispanic Serving Institution Scholars program will serve as a pipeline for diverse researchers and health care professionals by providing undergraduate students with academic and career-enriching resources, including scholarships and mentoring. Students accepted into the program will have the opportunity to engage in a virtual leadership and professional development series to enhance critical skills to position them for success beyond graduation. Sophomores, juniors and seniors who are highly motivated to seek careers in the biomedical or health sciences and have an interest in community engagement and impact
Opportunities: Each year, the American Heart Association relies on people just like you to help us reduce disability and death due to heart disease and stroke. There are many ways for you to volunteer your help: Science -- Each year, our organization channels millions of dollars to research efforts. Peer review committee provides a critical science review of all applications to determine the most meritorious projects. All clinical and basic scientists with research experience are urged to contribute in a way in which only they are capable. Community Programs -- Educational programs seek to lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. We can use your help to reach the children, adults, ethnic groups, and patients who can benefit from our services. Development or Fund Raising -- Our fund-raising activities secure the funds necessary to support our research and educational program activities. Examples of opportunities include organizing special events (auctions, dinners, galas, walks, fitness or golf), soliciting major gifts, and recruiting other volunteers. Communications or Public Relations -- To help ensure success, our activities, events and programs are promoted through these efforts. We can use your help in producing and distributing news releases, creating posters and flyers, and developing positive relationships with the media in your community. Public Affairs -- These activities help maintain our reputation as a successful and credible voluntary health agency. Mobilizing volunteers and staff to influence public policy decisions related to heart health, and ensuring the operation of a Federal Legislative response network, are important strategies critical to our mission. With your help, we can make a difference at the local, state and national levels of public policy.
Comments: For those who are mentoring students: Supervise student for the duration of the research experience. · Basic curriculum components can include: o Compliance training (use of human and/or animal subjects, radioactivity, biohazards, etc.). o Training on Responsible Conduct in Research. o Presentation of projects. o Networking opportunities: conferences, meetings, local programs, etc. Mentors will be asked to provide AHA with specific measurements of students’ progress. · AHA may survey both mentors and students to assess program goals.

7. Amigos for Kids

Address: 2153 Coral Way, Suite 405; Miami, FL 33145 See Map
Contact: Karina Pavone, Executive Director (305) 279-1155 ; Michelle Cuartes, Director of Programs ; E-mail: Michelle@amigosforkids.org
Website: http://www.amigosforkids.org
Description: Amigos For Kids is a Miami-based 501(C)3 that has been helping kids and families thrive for 30 years. The mission of Amigos is the prevention of child abuse and neglect through programs that value children, support and strengthen families, and educate communities.
Opportunities: One-time commitments for volunteer to support food distributions and distribution of school supplies and toys throughout the year are available. Longer-term volunteer commitments to support our after school program located at Jose Marti Park and Citrus Grove Elementary are also available and range in hours from 100, 50, and 25. Afterschool volunteers are required to undergo a Level 2 background and drug screening and are also required to complete training. All costs associated with screenings and trainings are covered by the organization.

8. BCAD (Broward County Association for the Deaf)

Address: 362 W Sample Rd.; Pompano Beach, FL 33064 See Map
Contact: Leslie Solomon, President 954-642-2367; ,
Website: https://www.bcadfla.org/
Description: For MDC American Sign Language students only.
Opportunities: Signing, interpreting, assisting community and association events.

9. Best Buddies

Address: 100 SE 2nd St Suite 2200; Miami, FL 33131 See Map
Contact: Courteney Fitzgerald, 305-374-2233; , ; E-mail: courteneyfitzgerald@bestbuddies.org
Description: Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Opportunities: For the summer, our volunteer opportunities are on a case to case basis since we do not have any large scale events. The opportunities will all most likely be virtual and at home tasks, such as cold calling our participants to get them registered for our Annual Leadership conference. Also, helping us find a venue and other things for our Pre-Leadership Conference meeting. We do offer virtual activities with our adult participants, Monday-Thursday that volunteers can also can volunteer/attend.
Comments: To volunteer: email Courteney or fill out this form: https://www.bestbuddies.org/florida/volunteer/

10. Big Dog Ranch

Address: 14444 Okeechobee Blvd; Loxahatchee Groves, Fl 33470 See Map
Contact: Shay Jackson, Volunteer Coordinator (561) 779 5131; , (561) 791- 6465; E-mail: chasescottpr@aol.com
Website: https://www.bdrr.org/
Description: Our mission is to save 5,000 dogs every year, to heal and place them with loving families and to educate people about the proper care for dogs and the importance of spaying and neutering.
Opportunities: Service opportunities include direct animal care. Must attend orientation and commit to 3 months volunteering (at least once a week). The site is opened from Monday to Sunday 8 am to 6pm.
Comments: We are the largest cage-free, no-kill shelter in the United States. We take in stray, abused, abandoned, neglected, and surrendered dogs and puppies. Volunteers with a variety of skills are needed to save these animals and find them a forever home.

11. Biscayne National Park  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 9700 SW 328 Street; Homestead, FL 33033 See Map
Contact: Elizabeth Strom, Volunteer Coordinator (305)230-1144 x039; , (786)335-3651; E-mail: elizabeth_strom@nps.gov
Website: http://www.nps.gov/bisc and https://www.volunteer.gov/results.cfm?states=FL
Description: Biscayne protects a rare combination of aquamarine waters, emerald islands, and fish-bejeweled coral reefs. Here too is evidence of 10,000 years of human history, from pirates and shipwrecks to pineapple farmers and presidents. Outdoors enthusiasts can boat, snorkel, camp, watch wildlife…or simply relax in a rocking chair gazing out over the bay.
Opportunities: Park volunteers fill a variety of roles including: Providing information at the Dante Fascell Visitor Center Participating in cleanups that remove marine debris from shorelines Helping at various outreach events around the community Working with kids and families at the park's award-winning Family Fun Fest Roving park islands in a boat to provide visitor information Painting, working with tools and island trail maintenance Volunteer positions are now announced on Volunteer.gov. Enter keywords "Biscayne National Park."
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 24 Hours Minimum Commitment * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Florida Driver's License * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

12. Born Free Pet Shelter

Address: 19015 SW 208 st; Miami, FL 33187 See Map
Contact: Maria Elena Delange, Volunteer Coordinator 786.205.6865; , ; E-mail: bornfreeshelter@gmail.com
Website: https://bornfreeshelter.org/
Description: Born Free Pet Shelter, Inc. is a No-Kill 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Rescue organization sheltering homeless dogs since 1981. Born Free Pet Shelter, Inc. is unique among shelters in 3 important ways: We are run almost entirely by volunteers. We have no administrative costs. Every dollar donated to the shelter goes directly to the care and sheltering of the dogs. Allowing for space, we accept all dogs, no matter their age, health or breed. There is no time restriction on how long a dog lives in our shelter. Many dogs live out their natural lives with us.
Opportunities: Our volunteers help with our fundraisers, adoption process, and the care of our shelter and pets. We are currently looking for adult volunteers for: Fundraising and Events. Help us by assisting and planning events to collect resources for our shelter and the dogs Dog care. Bathe, exercise, socialize, photograph, play, or just sit with and pet our dogs. Social Media. Do you have social media or webmaster skills? Help us create content to publicize and promote our shelter. Maintenance. Trimming trees, repairing kennels, or sweeping roofs with 5 acres and over 60 kennels to maintain, there are many ways to help. Photographers and videographers. We are always in need of current photos and videos of our dogs. Come to the shelter or join us at one of our events to take photos and videos of dogs and volunteers.

13. Bridge Outreach for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Contact: Nicole Pazos, 954-864-4646; , VP: 754-300-5532; E-mail: thebridgeoutreachdhh@gmail.com
Website: https://www.thebridgedhh.org/about
Description: The mission of the Bridge Outreach for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is to bridge the communication gap between the Deaf and Hearing communities, by creating awareness about the Deaf community to the Hearing community and by creating community events and programs for the Deaf community. We offer one on one tutoring to Deaf students in the local community, as well as support for families who have Deaf children by going into the homes and teaching the family Sign Language and about Deaf Culture. Hosting local Deaf friendly events and sponsorships for other local Deaf friendly non-profits as well. For the Hearing community, we offer local sign language classes and we go into local business and create a Deaf friendly atmosphere and a cohesiveness throughout both communities. For further information on our upcoming events please contact us, we always need volunteers!
Opportunities: Opportunities to provide service through sign language interpretation, assistance in hosting community events and organization fundraisers available to MDC students enrolled in an American Sign Language course.
Comments: Availability of service opportunities varies by semester. Please reach out to discuss current opportunities.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Wheelchair Accessible

14. BuddySystem MIA

Contact: Kristin Guerin , Buddy System MIA CEO 203-858-4653; , ; E-mail: buddysystemmia@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddysystemmia.com/fridge and https://www.instagram.com/buddysystemmia/
Description: Buddy System's mission is to uplift the Miami community out of poverty one meal at a time by empowering neighbors to support neighbors.
Opportunities: Buddy System is currently looking for volunteers to clean, stock and maintain their community fridges. They also have other various volunteer opportunities that often come up. You can find out more on their website, www.buddysystemmia.com/fridge or their Instagram: @buddysystemmia.
Comments: Email is definitely the best way for volunteers to reach us.

15. Building a Better Society Through Mental Health
         Only for students taking psychology with Professor Arguelles

Address: 3800 NW 115th Ave.; Doral, Fl 33178 See Map
Contact: Dr. Trinidad Arguelles, Assistant Professor (305) 237-4935; Dr. Eric Belokon, ; E-mail: targuell@mdc.edu
Description: Building a Better Society Through Mental Health is designed for all people to understand how to take care of their own mental health and look out for each other. The goal is to promote UN Sustainable Development Goal #3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development.
Opportunities: Students will participate in a series of activities dedicated to improving the mental health and well-being of all members of the community through outreach, training, education and support.

16. Centro Campesino Farmworker Center, Inc.  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 35801 SW 186th Avenue; Florida City, FL 33034 See Map
Contact: April Villanueva, Program Coordinator (305) 245-7738 x224; , ; Fax: 305-245-1237; E-mail: avillanueva@ccfcfl.org
Website: http://www.centrocampesino.org
Description: Centro Campesino empowers families and strengthens communities by providing affordable housing, homeownership support, economic and educational opportunities. We envision a thriving community that leverages diversity and collaboration to create a pathway to economic opportunity. Centro Campesino provides job skills training and placement for farmworkers, rehab/weatherization of rural homes, leadership training and youth development, affordable housing (rentals and homeownership), first-time homebuyer workshop/certification, foreclosure prevention counseling, financial literacy/credit repair classes, "Youth Pride" tutorial-based after school and summer camp, and parent support workshops among many other services to the community!
Opportunities: Volunteers would be assisting and engaging with students from K-5th grade. They will help with homework and engage with students during PE, Art and STEM activities. The shifts are created by each individual volunteer's needs, as long as they fall within the 2pm-7pm time frame Monday-Friday. In addition to above hours, volunteers are needed for special events and summer camp program.
Comments: Our volunteer application is on our website www.centrocampesino.org/volunteer/. Volunteers need to fill it out and turn it in in-person or email through email (avillanueva@ccfcfl.org). Volunteers need a local background check which they can get at any police station. It costs $5 and is usually ready within 24 hours. Orientation and training are also provided.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Wheelchair Accessible

17. Citizens for a Better South Florida  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 138 NW 16th Avenue; Miami, FL 33125 See Map
Contact: Benjamin Machado, Program and Finance Coordinator (305) 648-0000; Marina Barrientos, Program Director ; E-mail: info@abettersouthflorida.org
Website: http://www.abettersouthflorida.org
Description: Citizens for a Better South Florida is dedicated to providing environmental education to South Florida's diverse, underserved community, which inspires active stewardship and the preservation of the South Florida environment.
Opportunities: Making videos and social media posts, gardening, tree planting, and teaching opportunities are all available. If you are interning with us or volunteering for more than 40 hours, we will cater your volunteer program to your field of study. Some examples include environmental studies, business and finance, biology, non-profit studies, agricultural, and civil engineering internships. We also have a social media internship available.
Comments: You must email us your class schedule and subject interest to info@abettersouthflorida.org ahead of time in order to plan accordingly.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 10 Hours Minimum Commitment * Criminal Background Check * Florida Driver's License * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

18. City of Doral Parks and Recreation

Address: 8300 NW 53rd Street, Suite 202; Doral, FL 33166 See Map
Contact: Cristopher Hovde, Superintendent of Recreation 305-593-6600 xt 5011; Erin Weislow , Recreation Administrator 786-970-1850; E-mail: cristopher.hovde@cityofdoral.com;erin.weislow@cityofdoral.com
Website: https://www.cityofdoral.com/all-departments/parks-and-recreation/parks-division/parks-contacts/
Opportunities: Service opportunities include park clean ups and sports activities for after school children. Background check is required. Special Olympics: In order to become a team volunteer, a commitment must be made to attend every practice throughout the duration of a specific sport season. The usual time commitment is about four to six hours a week for generally 8-10 weeks, but the memories last forever.

19. City Year's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
         January 17th

Address: Addresses in the "Comments" Section; ,
Contact: Juanita Giraldo De La Paz, Sr. Development Operations & Events Manager N/A; , ; E-mail: jgiraldo@cityyear.org
Website: https://www.cityyear.org/miami/events/martin-luther-king-jr-day-of-service/
Description: Join City Year Miami and more than 200 volunteers for a powerful day of service as we honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In just one day, you will make a high-needs school a more vibrant and engaging learning environment where students can truly thrive.
Opportunities: The Day of Service will be from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Service projects include painting educational murals, inspirational quotes, and reinvigorating outdoor spaces.
Comments: Volunteer at either Brownsville Middle School (4899 NW 24th Ave, Miami, FL 33142) or Redland Middle School (16001 SW 248th St, Homestead, FL 33031). The link to register is - https://www.cityyear.org/miami/events/martin-luther-king-jr-day-of-service/

20. Cross Catholic Outreach - Box of Joy  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 10239 NW 62 Street; Doral, FL 33178 See Map
Contact: Gustavo Cruz, Box of Joy- Volunteer Coordinator 800-914-2420 x 137; , ; E-mail: gcruz@crosscatholic.org
Website: http://www.boxofjoy.org
Description: Box of Joy is an annual Christmas gift ministry organized by local Catholic schools, parishes, and groups across the United States and facilitated by Cross Catholic Outreach. During November and December, all of the Boxes of Joy that have been packed around the nation are sent to The National Screening Center in South Florida. Kick Start Box of Joy season by making sure Project Leaders and Drop-off Center Coordinators have all of the materials they need to bless needy children.
Opportunities: Kick Start Box of Joy season by making sure Project Leaders and Drop-off Center Coordinators have all of the materials they need to bless needy children. Do you enjoy serving with a fun team, rolling up your sleeves, and getting the job done? Join Team Joy as a Kit Builder and have fun and feel some pre-season Christmas joy! This is a fun and high energy experience that makes for an awesome service project for high school and college-aged groups, but open to all ages (14 and under accompanied by parents). Screening Center volunteers needed on weekends:
Comments: At the Screening Center - volunteers screen the boxes to make sure all gifts are safe and appropriate for kids, prepare them for shipping to the destination country, and have lots of fun.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

21. DuMond Conservatory - Monkey Jungle

Address: 14805 SW 216 St.; Miami, FL 33170 See Map
Contact: Greta Mealey, Program Manager 305-235-1187; Sian Evans, Managing Director 305-238-9981; E-mail: greta@dumondconservancy.org
Website: http://www.dumondconservancy.org
Description: The mission of the DuMond Conservancy is to engage scientists, students, and the public in the understanding and stewardship of nonhuman primates and their tropical forest habitats. We provide opportunities for scientists and for students of varying ages and abilities to participate in creative science and educational programs and to experience unique encounters with nonhuman primates. The Conservancy is home to a special group of owl monkeys that are retired from research labs. Our warm climate allows us to keep our primates outdoors year-round in large enclosures surrounded by vegetation and situated in secluded woods. In order to provide them dignified living conditions after a life of confinement in research facilities, staff provides our 75 owl monkeys with fresh food, animal enrichment activities, medical care, and clean dwellings.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: The DuMond Conservancy welcomes volunteers interested in helping care for our owl monkeys by preparing their special diets, managing and improving their enclosures and restoring the ecology of the naturally forested area they live in. We also welcome help with general administrative duties and with organizing our special events. Our volunteer program has a strong educational component and our volunteers are encouraged to learn about the natural history and biology of our closest living relatives.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 40 Hours Minimum Commitment * Uniform Purchase

22. E(art)h Lab - North Campus

Address: 11380 NW 27th Ave. Bldg 300; Miami, FL 33167 See Map
Contact: Monique Moyer, E(art)h Lab Director 3057106583; , ; E-mail: monique@educatetomorrow.org
Website: http://educatetomorrow.org
Description: E(art)h Lab is a project of Educate Tomorrow. It provides a creative space and programming for students and the community to explore nature through scientific inquiry, artistic expression, project-based learning, and immersive experiences. Our mission is to foster a deep understanding of the symbiosis between our health as a people (spiritual, mental, and physical) and the health of our planet.
Opportunities: We need volunteers to help maintain and care for the native ecosystems, pollinator sanctuary, and fruit & vegetable gardens at MDC North campus (Green Urban Living Center, Building 300). This involves mulching pathways, trimming bushes, weeding, harvesting fruits & vegetables, composting, etc. No previous experience is needed.

23. Earth Ethics Institute (College Wide)  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus, Miami Dade College Kendall Campus, Miami Dade College North Campus & Miami Dade College Padron Campus; Miami, FL 33132 / 33176
Contact: Stephen Nesvacil, Program Professional - North Campus 305-237-1388 - Stephen; Mike Matthews, Director Earth Ethics Institute-Wolfson Campus (305) 237-3796 - Mike; E-mail: snesvaci@mdc.edu;mmatthew@mdc.edu;nkolitz@mdc.edu;nkolitz@mdc.edu
Website: http://www.earthethicsinstitute.org/Students_ServiceLearning.asp
Description: Sustainability at Miami Dade College (MDC). EEI offers a variety of volunteer and service-learning opportunities for individuals and student organizations.
Comments: If you are planning to volunteer in the MDC North Campus Garden, please send us an email to schedule your service time. This allows us to adhere to MDC's Covid-19 guidelines.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 5 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

24. Earth Ethics Institute (MDC Kendall Campus)

Address: 11011 SW 104th St; Miami, FL 33176 See Map
Contact: Netiva Kolitz, EEI Program Professional (305) 237-2247; , ; E-mail: nkolitz@mdc.edu
Description: Earth Ethics Institute (EEI) is the voice for Earth Literacy and environmental sustainability at Miami Dade College (MDC). EEI offers a variety of volunteer and service-learning opportunities for individuals and student organizations.
Opportunities: Tend to all aspects of maintenance and care for EEI's on-campus organic edible gardens.

25. Earth Ethics Institute (MDC North Campus)

Address: 11380 NW 27th Ave; Miami, FL 33167 See Map
Contact: Stephen Nesvacil, EEI Program Professional (305) 237-1338; , ; E-mail: snesvaci@mdc.edu
Description: Earth Ethics Institute (EEI) is the voice for Earth Literacy and environmental sustainability at Miami Dade College (MDC). EEI offers a variety of volunteer and service-learning opportunities for individuals and student organizations.
Opportunities: Volunteer opportunities will be updated soon!

26. Earth Ethics Institute (MDC Padron Campus)

Address: 627 SW 27th Ave; Miami, FL 33135 See Map
Contact: Mark Tirpak, EEI Program Professional 3052376733; , ; E-mail: mtirpak@mdc.edu
Description: Earth Ethics Institute (EEI) is the voice for Earth Literacy and environmental sustainability at Miami Dade College (MDC). EEI offers a variety of volunteer and service-learning opportunities for individuals and student organizations.
Opportunities: Volunteer opportunities will be updated soon!

27. Earth Ethics Institute (MDC Wolfson Campus)

Address: 300 NE 2nd ave; Miami, FL 33132 See Map
Contact: Mike Matthews, Director 305-237-3796; , ; E-mail: mmatthew@mdc.edu
Description: Earth Ethics Institute (EEI) is the voice for Earth Literacy and environmental sustainability at Miami Dade College (MDC). EEI offers a variety of volunteer and service-learning opportunities for individuals and student organizations.

28. Earth Ethics Institute - Waste Management / Recycling Assessment

Address: 11011 SW 104th St; Miami, FL 33176 See Map
Contact: Netiva Kolitz, Program Professional - Kendall Campus 3052372247; , ; E-mail: nkolitz@mdc.edu
Description: Earth Ethics Institute (EEI) is the voice for Earth Literacy and environmental sustainability at Miami Dade College (MDC). EEI offers a variety of volunteer and service-learning opportunities for individuals and student organizations.
Opportunities: Students will learn about sustainability and will learn to assess sustainability initiatives in terms of environmental, economic, and social cost-benefit analyses. Specifically, students engaged in this project will help provide an assessment of the existing waste management and recycling programs in place at MDC. This initiative is currently being piloted with two students from the YES! Club. However, it is our hope that it will later be expanded to additionally offer opportunities for students in GSELS-designated classes to participate.
Comments: Pilot is currently only open to MDC Kendall YES! Club members

29. Easter Seals Miami-Dade
         Easter South Florida, Inc  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 1475 N.W. 14 Ave.; Miami, FL 33125 See Map
Contact: Marta Quintana, Volunteer Coordinator 305-547-4751; Karen Lopez, Director In home Services (305) 325-0470; Fax: 305-325-0578; E-mail: klopez@sfl.easterseals.com
Website: https://www.easterseals.com/southflorida/
Description: Easter Seals Academy: Autism School is an educational program serving students from Kindergarten through 8th grade. The school incorporates a variety of teaching methods, materials and techniques into its unique education center. The Culinary Arts High School Program at Easter Seals South Florida serves students ages 14 through 22 with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other special needs. Volunteers helps our organization contributing to the quality of our program, helps the community by bringing more awareness of the struggles of people with dementia and their families, and specially important in how it shapes the new generations.
Opportunities: The organization conducts health fairs throughout Miami Dade county to service underprivileged communities. Students may give virtual presentations on health related issues.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 4 Hours Minimum Commitment * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Tuberculosis (TB) Testing * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

30. Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program

Contact: Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources, 305-372-6611; , ; E-mail: eel@miamidade.gov
Website: https://www.miamidade.gov/environment/endangered-lands.asp
Description: Miami-Dade County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program’s focus is the protection and conservation of endangered lands. Concerned about the continuing loss of pinelands and other natural areas, Miami-Dade County voters approved a property tax that was collected between 1990 and 1992 to fund the acquisition, protection and maintenance of environmentally endangered lands. The EEL Program identifies and secures these lands for preservation.
Opportunities: We offer several volunteer workdays from 9:00am to 12:00pm at Natural Area Preserves all over the County to give the public the opportunity to become involved in the protection, restoration, enhancement and enjoyment of South Florida's rare habitats. Workdays can include trash clean-up, exotic plant removal, native plantings, and trail maintenance. Opportunities will be available from September 25th, 2021, until May 21st, 2022.
Comments: To register and for any questions, email (eel@miamidade.gov). Be prepared to work outside. Closed-toe shoes and long pants are required and long-sleeved shirts are highly recommended. Please bring a refillable water bottle and drink plenty of fluids during the day! A hat, sun block and insect repellent are also recommended.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment

31. Fab Lab Miami

Address: 6161 NW 9th Avenue; Miami, FL 33127 See Map
Contact: Angel Johnson, Program Manager (305) 361-2770; , ; E-mail: info@fablabmiami.org;angel@fablabmiami.org
Website: https://fablabmiami.org/
Description: In 2020, Fab Lab Miami launched a program that aims to inspire careers in STEM through the students’ hands-on experience with digital fabrication tools. The Fab Lab is a space where children and youth can play, create, learn, mentor and invent. Students learn how to use the digital fabrication equipment to make their ideas come to life while understanding the connection between the curriculum, digital fabrication and careers in STEM.
Opportunities: Fab Lab Miami is interested in having MDC students do guest lectures and classes on anything related to STEAM. Ideas for classes include (but are not limited to) coding, robotics, graphic design, fashion design, and activities incorporating digital fabrication equipment. We’d also be interested in students dedicating time to assist with open lab hours and mentoring youth. This is an excellent opportunity for students in STEM or Art related majors that are interested in teaching and serving the community.
Comments: Please email Angel with your interests and ideas, we’d be happy to work with you on how to implement them!

32. Feeding South Florida

Address: 2501 SW 32 Terrace ; Pembroke Park , FL 33023 See Map
Contact: Ruth Bonet, Volunteer Coordinator 954-518-1824; Samuel Randle, Regional Coordinator - Miami ; Fax: 954-983-1313; E-mail: volunteers@feedingsouthflorida.org
Website: http://www.feedingsouthflorida.org and http://volunteer.feedingsouthflorida.org
Description: Feeding South Florida is committed to serving families in need of assistance and we are preparing to do more for our community.
Opportunities: Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19 within the past 2 weeks, are needed to assist with the inspecting, sorting, and repacking of donated food. Volunteers will also be building meal boxes for distribution. In order for us to ensure a constant and consistent flow of food for our neighbors in need of assistance, we rely on the support of thousands of volunteers every year to inspect and sort donated food to ensure it's safe for distribution. We have 3 shifts day Tuesday-Saturday 8:30-10:30, 11:00-1:00 and 2:00-4:00. Volunteers must register online at: https://volunteer.feedingsouthflorida.org/?layoutViewMode=tablet
Comments: Registering to volunteer as an individual is as easy as visiting volunteer.feedingsouthflorida.org and creating an individual account. 1.Go to Login, found at the top right-hand page. 2.Register as a new volunteer. 3.Create your account. 4.Go to the calendar, select shift and then select signup. All our volunteer shifts are posted under the “Calendar” tab. This is where you can see availability for each shift and sign up.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment * 16 is Minimum Age * Job Training Included

33. Florida Department of Health - Infectious Disease Services

Address: 1350 NW 14 Street Floor: 02 Room: 202B; Miami, Fl 33125 See Map
Contact: Alex Arevalo, Senior Health Educator 786-570-9389; Jessyca Perez, Professor MDC West Campus 305 324 2400; E-mail: Alex.Arevalo@flhealth.gov
Description: Infectious Diseases Services conducts investigation, surveillance, prevention, and control of communicable diseases. Services include:Sexually Transmitted Diseases Control and Prevention, HIV/AIDS Control and Prevention, Tuberculosis Control and Prevention.
Opportunities: The Florida Department of Health works to protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, & community efforts. In this free certificate program, students can become a Community Peer Health Educator and become part of a peer-to-peer reach-out program upon completion.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 2 Hours Minimum Commitment

34. Florida Immigrant Coalition
         FLIC

Address: 2800 Biscayne Boulevard #300; Miami, FL 33137 See Map
Contact: Annabella Pashell, Volunteer Coordinator 305-571-7254; , ; E-mail: annabella@flic.org
Website: http://www.FloridaImmigrant.org
Description: The Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC) is a statewide alliance of more than 62 member organizations, including farmworkers, students, service providers, grassroots organizations and legal advocates, who come together for the fair treatment of all people, including immigrants. We accomplish our mission through coordination of immigrant organizations and community education, organizing and advocacy.
Opportunities: FLIC is operating remotely and is offering digital opportunities for students to help their mission of providing fair treatment for all. Volunteers are needed to assist the Services department with the Hotline (case management role), virtual citizenship and TPS clinics (looking for Spanish and Creole speakers), marketing campaigns, recruitment, and workshop planning. The Communications department could also use assistance from those who can speak Spanish or Creole and have skills in graphic design, social media (including content creation and community management), and public or media relations.
Comments: If you’re interested in volunteering with FLIC, please fill out our volunteer form (https://floridaimmigrant.org/volunteer/volunteer-today/) and we’ll be in contact with you soon!
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Job Training Included

35. Fruit and Spice Park  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 24801 SW 187 Avenue; Homestead, FL 33031 See Map
Contact: Louise King, Horticulturist (305) 242-7934; Jerry Frye, Horticulturist (305) 247-5727; Fax: (305) 245-3369; E-mail: louking@miamidade.gov
Website: http://redlandfruitandspice.com/
Description: The Fruit & Spice Park is a County owned park that is owned and supported by all County residents. It is a unique park in that it's mission is to educate visitors about the edible and economically important plants from around the world and to inform how these plants are utilized by people from all over the world.
Opportunities: Since the plants in this park are constantly growing there are always maintenance tasks that need to be addressed. Most of the jobs that we ask of our volunteers are light gardening tasks such as weeding, pulling vines from the trees and fences, and spreading mulch under the trees. When you sign up I will instruct you on the job needed and provide you with gloves and any hand tools that may be necessary.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

36. Fundacion Hermanos de la calle

Address: 240 Crandon blvd ste 263; Key Biscayne, Fl 33149 See Map
Contact: Malena Legarre, 7865657827; ,
Website: https://www.hermanosdelacalle.org/
Description: The mission of FHC is to offer help and support to homeless individuals, as well as to create awareness and motivate local communities and families to volunteer in different ways to help the homeless gain back their dignity and their place in society. s a Christian faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to uplifting, supporting and rehabilitating those experiencing homelessness in Miami-Dade County. The foundation works with individuals to reintegrate them as contributing and dignified members of society. We do this by providing safe housing, mental and emotional support, access to healthcare, legal services, employment opportunities, and reconnection to family and faith.

37. Hands On Miami  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 2103 Coral Way #202; Miami, FL 33145 See Map
Contact: Cindy Ariza, Community Engagement Manager 305-504-4510; Kristian Toimil, Volunteer Community Engagement Manager ; E-mail: cindy@handsonmiami.org
Website: http://www.handsonmiami.org and http://www.handsonmiami.org/HOC__Volunteer_Opportunity_Calendar_Page
Description: HandsOn Miami inspires, equips and mobilizes people to take action to effect positive change in our Miami-Dade County community. By leveraging the power of people and socially responsible businesses, we transform local communities through meaningful hands-on projects that make a difference. To encourage safe social distancing practices, we offer both virtual and small group volunteer events.
Opportunities: HandsOn Miami has the following service opportunities: MLK Day of Service Virtual Opportunities: Taking place each year on the third Monday in January, the MLK Day of Service is the only federal holiday observed as a national day of service – a "day on, not a day off." This year, MLK Day will take place on Monday, January 18th. While we can’t come together in the hundreds in person this year, you can still join HandsOn Broward and HandsOn Miami in our Virtual MLK Day of Service so we can honor Dr. King’s life and legacy by completing service projects that will benefit local nonprofit agencies. Each virtual volunteer opportunity will be focused on one impact area. All opportunities will be held via Zoom. Volunteers will be sent a supply list & detailed instructions beginning January 6th. Volunteers are responsible for purchasing supplies. Zoom links will be sent the day before the project. Visit the HandsOn Miami Calendar for in-person volunteer events such as the Pisgah and Cornerstone pantries, and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. www.handsonmiami.org/calendar
Comments: To register for opportunities you will need to create a volunteer account.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * 13 is Minimum Age * Wheelchair Accessible

38. Heal from Within (Honors in Action Project)

Address: 627 SW 27th Ave; Miami, Fl 33135 See Map
Contact: Susana Piedrahita, President of the Beta Kappa Iota Chapter of Phi Th 7863255610; Dr. Diego Tibaquira , Advisor ; E-mail: susana.piedrahita001@mymdc.net
Description: H.E.A.L from Within, Honors in Action Project, attempts to raise awareness and educate to promote a better tomorrow. The initiative intends to fulfill these objectives through its four key issues: Help, Exemplify, Awareness, and Learning. •Help: How individuals suffering from mental disorders can seek help. •Exemplify: Types of mental illnesses and what they are. •Awareness: What is mental health? •Learning: Consequences of untreated mental disorders and prevention methods.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: Fundraising, Advocacy Workshops Volunteering, Creation of flyers & materials for projects
Comments: Single Stop and National Alliance for Mental Illness are main partners.

39. Health in the Hood

Contact: Rochel Chakoff, Volunteer Manager 305-714-2262; , ; E-mail: r.chakoff@healthinthehood.org
Website: http://www.healthinthehood.org and https://portal.unitedwaymiami.org/Volunteer/VolOpInfo.jsp?nbr=947*0
Description: Health in the Hood is connecting communities to wellness by providing free, healthy food to people in food deserts. We transform once despondent areas in underserved communities into blooming vegetables gardens, all while teaching residents about nutrition and wellness. Now during a global pandemic, Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes, and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families during the pandemic and recession.
Opportunities: FILLING FRIDGES WITH HEALTH IN THE HOOD- Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that the United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and well-being of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to prepare produce bags for pull-up pantries and school feeding programs.
Comments: Use this link to register through United Way's VolunteerMiami portal. https://portal.unitedwaymiami.org/Volunteer/VolOpInfo.jsp?nbr=947*0 You can choose which shift you would like to volunteer with using the drop down menu. Stay up to date on opportunities with Health in the Hood by following us on Instagram at @healthinthehood. We post various volunteer opportunities on our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Students are invited to join any of these. We also welcome groups of students who would like to organize a volunteer day group of their own. Contact us to find out how.

40. Homestead Food Pantry

Address: 622 North Krome Ave; Homestead, FL 33030 See Map
Contact: Rusty Kelly, 305-248-5792; , 305-562-5168; E-mail: rusty947@aol.com
Description: More than 500 families receive at least three days food every week distributed on Saturday mornings between 9:00 am and noon. Much of it is fresh fruit and vegetables Normally 40-65 volunteers work each Saturday to provide this food - some of them work two or three days a week to get ready for the distribution on Saturdays.
Opportunities: Volunteers needed to help distribute food Saturday mornings between 9:00 am and noon.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment * 12 is Minimum Age

41. Jewish Community Services of South Florida, INC.

Address: 735 NE 125 Street; North Miami, FL 33161 See Map
Contact: Jennifer Newman, Project Coordinator 305-403-6506; , ; Fax: 305-899-1565; E-mail: jnewman@jcsfl.org
Description: Since 1920, Jewish Community Services of South Florida has remained true to its original mission of providing exemplary social services through compassionate and comprehensive programs that help people stay healthy and productive. By partnering with our funding agencies, sister organizations and local leaders, JCS continuously strengthens and solidifies its outreach and its impact.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: students can provide virtual companionship to the elderly as well as writing letters. JCS also provides training for students to become advocates.

42. Junior Achievement Of Greater Miami (JA)

Address: 301 71 ST, Second Floor; Miami Beach, Fl 33141 See Map
Contact: Adam Brinson, Vice President of Education 305-687-3977 Ext. 208; Linda Barrocas, Vice President of Marketing ; Fax: (305) 687-5188; E-mail: abrinson@jamiami.org
Website: http://www.jamiami.org
Description: Junior Achievement has partnered with MDCPS and a group of local nonprofits to provide kindergarten students with financial literacy.
Opportunities: Generally M-F 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Contact the volunteer coordinator for specific opportunities.
Comments: Volunteers serve in Miami Dade County Public Schools. Volunteer hours won't necessarily take place in Miami Beach.

43. Kristi House

Address: 1265 NW 12th Ave; Miami, Florida 33136 See Map
Contact: Ashley Port, Volunteer Coordinator (305) 547-6869; , ; E-mail: aport@kristihouse.org
Website: http://www.kristihouse.org
Description: Kristi House is responsible for coordinating child-victims’ legal, medical, and social services needs in Miami, FL. Founded in 1995 as a private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization, Kristi House provides an integrated solution for families navigating the complex services involved in the healing process. The Center is nationally recognized for its evidence-based, therapeutic expertise in treating child trauma for sexual child abuse, child sex trafficking, problematic sexual behavior, physical abuse, substance abuse, and immigration trauma.
Opportunities: Children arriving often must wait while their parents or family members are attending appointments. While waiting, children are greeted by volunteers who provide structured activities to engage them and lessen their anxiety while in the playroom/waiting area. Waiting Room Volunteers have access to a wide variety of educational and recreational resources when serving as ambassadors in the play/waiting area.
Comments: To sign up for volunteering, please fill out the volunteer interest form (https://kristihouse.org/volunteer-application-form/) and we will be in touch with you within a few days. Volunteers will also need a Police Clearance letter, to schedule your appointment for one go to: https://www.miamidade.gov/311direct/#/mdpdcra .
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Criminal Background Check

44. Lotus House

Address: 217 NW 15th Street ; Miami , FL 33136 See Map
Contact: Victoria Varela, Community Outreach (305) 438-0556; , ; E-mail: love@lotushouse.org
Website: https://lotushouse.org/
Description: Volunteers play a pivotal role in everything we do at Lotus House by providing vital assistance to our daily operations and program support services, helping to provide a sense of normalcy for the women, youth, and children who call Lotus Village home nightly.
Opportunities: Please go to https://lotushouse.org/volunteering/ to see a full list of opportunities and to sign-up.
Comments: We welcome innovative service projects and proposals!

45. MDC College-wide Farm Share

Address: 14125 SW 320th Street , ; Homestead, FL 33033 See Map
Contact: Carolina Sanchez, Volunteer Coordinator 305 246 3276; Aron Garcia, Facility Manager ; E-mail: information@farmshare.org
Description: At Farm Share, our mission to make sure that no Floridian goes hungry and no food goes to waste. We are proud to be Florida's food bank and thankful to share that we never have and never will charge any organization or individual for food. ?
Opportunities: Service opportunities for students include sorting, bagging and distributing food donated to MDC Food Pantry.

46. MDC Hialeah Campus ACCESS Disability Services

Address: 1780 West 49th Street, #2102-01; Hialeah, FL 33012 See Map
Contact: Corrinne Lockamy, ACCESS (Disability) Director (305) 237-8743; , ; E-mail: clockamy@mdc.edu
Website: http://www.mdc.edu/access
Description: The Office of ACCESS (Disability Services) provides, arranges and coordinates services for students with documented disabilities.
Opportunities: Students may work in the office, assist a student, facilitate programs for awareness or create materials
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 5 Hours Minimum Commitment * Computer Literacy

47. MDC Hialeah Campus Cafe Cultura

Contact: Victor Calderin , 305-237-8839; 305-237-8764; Ivonne Lamazares, ; E-mail: cafecultura@mdc.edu;vcalderin@mdc.edu;ilamaza1@mdc.edu
Description: Café Cultura is a student organization that solicits, edits, and publishes students' creative work (poetry, stories, creative nonfiction, plays, photography, and visual arts). Students organize, edit, and publish an annual issue of Hialeah Campus's award-winning student literary and visual arts magazine, Cafe Cultura. Students perform service on Campus and in the community by sponsoring and promoting spoken word poetry events, open mic readings, and literary contests, among others. These community activities promote the arts and serve as a platform for MDC students and others in the community to showcase their original creative work. Contact us at cafecultura@mdc.edu, or contact Professor Victor Calderin at 305-237-8839, vcalderi@mdc.edu or Professor Ivonne Lamazares at 305-237-8764, ilamaza1@mdc.edu

48. MDC Hialeah Campus Dr. Molina's Hunger/Food Pantry Project

Contact: Dr. Mariana Molina , Associate Professor of Psychology (305)237-8718; , ; E-mail: mmolina5@mdc.edu
Description: The purpose of this project is to explore issues related to food insecurity and to bring awareness to the MDC community of the Hialeah campus food pantry, which is accessible to all MDC students and staff. Students will research a specific topic related to food insecurity that may relate to course competencies, prepare a presentation or conference-style poster and disseminate their findings among the MDC academic community. Students will also investigate ways to help sustain the campus food pantry and collect donations for the pantry. Opportunities: Remote (virtual) service-learning opportunities are available.
Comments: Service-learning hours are 2 – 10 each semester. Please contact Dr. Molina for more information and to discuss project guidelines.

49. MDC Hialeah Campus Global Citizenship Project  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 1780 West 49th Street ; Hialeah , FL 33312 See Map
Contact: Kelly Kennedy, 3052378709; , ; E-mail: kkennedy@mdc.edu
Description: ENC1101 and ENC1102 students will give presentations on researched global issues as well as voter education to EAP students. Volunteers will give EAP students readings prior to the event to prepare them for the presentation as well as provide activities for reflection after the event. Finally, volunteers will hand out surveys to ascertain the degree of learning regarding the global issues
Opportunities: Prepare global issue presentations Create and provide pre and post event activities for EAP students Survey and prepare data regarding the event's success
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Wheelchair Accessible

50. MDC Hialeah Campus Sherri's Awareness Project

Address: 1780 West 49th Street; Hialeah, FL 33012 See Map
Contact: Sherri Sinkoff, (305) 237-8813; , ; E-mail: ssinkoff@mdc.edu
Description: This organization has students interviewing people in the community, researching their topic and creating a presentation that will be used to teach awareness to our college community.
Opportunities: This agency is only open to speech students in Sherri Sinkoff's SPC. 1017 course.Agency created- As part of the service-learning hours the students are doing at agencies, they are creating documentaries and products that will be used by Professor Sinkoff and MDC, for the greater benefit of our campus es and local community-
Comments: Before choosing this agency you must clear this with Professor Sinkoff

51. MDC Hialeah Campus: Career Closet

Address: 1780 West 49th Street; Hialeah, FL 33012 See Map
Contact: Dr. Kelly Kennedy, ; Manuel Rosa, ; E-mail: kkennedy@mdc.edu
Description: The goal of the MDC Career Closet is removing any barrier that may prevent students from looking and feeling their best during the internship and job search process. Students involved in contributing to the efforts of the career closet will work with campus faculty, administration and staff for Academic Service-Learning opportunities, as well as individual service. Projects and needs will vary by semester.
Comments: Service-learning assignments and hours vary each semester and with each class/professor. Please contact your professor to discuss project guidelines. If you are completing service with the Career Closet individually, please e-mail hialeahstudentlife@mdc.edu

52. MDC Hialeah Campus: Hialeah Cares

Address: 1780 West 49th Street; Hialeah, FL 33012 See Map
Contact: Manuel Rosa, ; , ; E-mail: hialeahstudentlife@mdc.edu
Website: https://www.mdc.edu/hialeah/
Description: As the Engine of Progress, MDC Hialeah is committed to community events that support and enhance the Hialeah community and beyond.
Opportunities: Quarterly volunteer opportunities are available for our large-scale community events. Typical events include food drives, back to school, holiday drives, and more

53. MDC Hialeah Campus: Learning Resources

Address: 1780 W 49th Street; Hialeah, FL 33012 See Map
Contact: Nerys Torralbas, Associate Instructor, Learning Resources (305) 237-8819; , ; E-mail: ntorralb@mdc.edu
Description: MDC Hialeah Learning Resources aims to connect Miami Dade College students with academic support services and with the campus community by helping students acquire a unique learning opportunity which will enhance their academic skills. Students will have the chance to promote academic support services through participation in in-person events and digital marketing materials, highlighting special collections, and shadowing various positions and functions to appreciate and gain a better understanding of what is required to build a career within the library. This volunteering opportunity promotes communication, teamwork, leadership, empathy, and work-force readiness, which will help students build connections and foster positive relationships, motivating them to contribute and help their community.

54. MDC Homestead Campus - Peer Speech Mentoring Project
         Requires Successful Completion of SPC 1017 and Approval by Professor Lichtman.

Address: Homestead Campus, 500 College Terrace; Homestead, FL 33030
Contact: Susan Lichtman, Professor 305-237-5238; , 305-761-5909; E-mail: slichtma@mdc.edu
Description: The MDC Homestead Campus - Peer Speech Mentoring Project offers former SPC 1017 students the chance to give back to MDC's student body. This mentorship project is designed for students who have successfully passed SPC 1017 and are willing to provide high-quality communication skills to students in various speech classes.
Opportunities: Volunteers offer guidance and tutoring to students in SPC 1017 classes. The volunteers gain leadership and management skills in the process.
Comments: Please check with Prof. Lichtman for specific days/times when tutoring is needed (in and out of the classroom setting).
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 2 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included

55. MDC Homestead Campus ACCESS Disability Services

Address: 500 College Terrace, Room A-233-3; Homestead, FL 33030 See Map
Contact: Carla Montes, Academic Advisor 305-237-5140; Jennifer Joseph, jjoseph9@mdc.edu ; E-mail: cmontes@mdc.edu
Website: https://www.mdc.edu/access/
Description: The Office of ACCESS (Disability Services) provides, arranges and coordinates services for students with documented disabilities.
Opportunities: Hours: Note taking hours are dependent on the need of the ACCESS student so almost any schedule can be accommodated. Office hours: ACCESS office hours vary, so please e-mail one of the auxiliary coordinators for an appointment. Volunteers are encouraged to sign up early in the semester, since students with disabilities need assistance over a period of time. A minimum of 15 hours per semester is required. Service-learning students will receive an orientation/training session to enhance the participant's reading and/or note taking skills. Service-learners will receive a letter of recommendation and certificate of appreciation upon completion of the program.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 15 Hours Minimum Commitment * Computer Literacy

56. MDC Homestead Campus Community Health Nursing

Address: 500 College Terrace; Homestead, FL 33030 See Map
Contact: Janis Walsh, Lead Faculty (305)237-5018; , ; E-mail: JWalsh1@mdc.edu
Description: This "agency" is ONLY for MDC Homestead Campus students taking Community Health Nursing Class 2680. CHN students should follow the guidelines provided by their instructor and keep track of the agencies and hours that they serve.
Opportunities: CHN Students will complete a variety of virtual service-learning activities focusing on women and children. Agency will serve as an umbrella for CHN Students Service-learning hours.
Comments: This "agency" is ONLY for MDC Homestead Campus students taking Community Health Nursing Class 2680
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 23 Hours Minimum Commitment

57. MDC Homestead Campus Dr. Dalia Lafargue Tutoring Program

Contact: Dalia Lafargue, Dr. 305-609-8304; , (305)237-5036; E-mail: dlafargu@mdc.edu
Description: The "Math & Sciences Peer Tutoring Project's" main goal is for students to have the opportunity to apply their knowledge by helping other peers learn study skills and course material for their academic success. The students will learn tutoring and mentoring skills and will obtain working experience in an academic setting.
Opportunities: The students will have the opportunity to interact with math and science faculty as mentors while learning how to communicate knowledge to their peers. They will learn necessary skills to become tutors/mentors for math and science courses, appropriate behavior in a learning working environment, communication skills, and leadership skills.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 30 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included

58. MDC Homestead Campus Oral History Video Documentary Project

Contact: Susan Lichtman, Professor 305-237-5238; , or text (305)-761-5909; E-mail: slichtma@mdc.edu
Description: The Homestead Campus Oral History Video Documentary Project offers students from various disciplines the chance to participate in creating video documentaries as educational tools. These documentaries help students explore extraordinary stories from people in their community.
Opportunities: Volunteers will assist with interviewing, transcribing, and documenting experiences of people representing different groups in society. They will also be researching the historical context of their experiences while creating awareness and emphatic understanding of those interviewed. This project aims to promote civic engagement in all who participate.
Comments: Comments: Since some of these functions can be done at the student’s convenience, the hours for this project are flexible. Please contact Prof. Lichtman for more details.

59. MDC Kendall Professor Ochoa Class

Contact: Aileen Ochoa, Professor (305) 237-2376; , ; E-mail: aochoa@mdc.edu
Description: For Professor Ochoa students ONLY.
Opportunities: Refer to the Standards of Service on mdc.edu/iced for further guidance on appropriate projects and external organizations.

60. MDC Kendall Campus Dr. Culver IDH Class

Contact: Lyle Culver, IDH Instructor 307-237-2486; , ; E-mail: lculver1@mdc.edu
Description: For Professor Culver students ONLY.
Opportunities: Develop group or individual service-learning projects on-campus or with community organizations to the benefit of the community. Refer to the Standards of Service on mdc.edu/iced for further guidance on appropriate projects and external organizations.

61. MDC Kendall Campus ACCESS Disability Services  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 11011 SW 104th Street, Room 2121; Miami, FL 33176 See Map
Contact: Rita Suarez-Twigg, Disability Specialist (305) 237- 2767; Marcelle Chung, P/T Coord Learning Disability ACCESS ; Fax: (305) 237-0880; E-mail: rsuarezt@mdc.edu;mchung@mdc.edu;mchung@mdc.edu
Website: http://www.mdc.edu/kendall/access/default.asp
Description: The Office of ACCESS (Disability Services) provides, arranges and coordinates services for students with documented disabilities.
Opportunities: Opportunities as Note takers and/or Tutors for students with various disabilities registered at MDC Kendall campus. All volunteer opportunities are located at the MDC Kendall Campus. Students interested in volunteering must fill out an ACCESS Disability Department Volunteer application and have completed ENC 1101. Please review the ACCESS Disability department requirements for Service Learning volunteers.
Comments: Volunteer REQUIREMENTS: Fill out an ACCESS Disability Department Volunteer Application. ACCESS Volunteer Applications are available in the ACCESS Disability department in room 2121 (inside the computer courtyard of Building 2). Volunteer applicants need to be registered for classes, be in clear academic standing, have completed ENC 1101 with a grade of B or higher and have a GPA= 3.0 or higher.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 16 Hours Minimum Commitment * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

62. MDC Kendall Campus Learning Resources Support Lab

Address: 11011 SW 104 Street, Room 2252; Miami, FL 33176 See Map
Contact: Leslie Alfonso, Learning Resources Associate Instr. (305) 237-2223; , ; E-mail: lalfons1@mdc.edu
Website: http://libraryguides.mdc.edu/SLAP
Description: A Service Learning Activity Project collaboration is aimed at transforming student learning while meaningfully contributing to the common good. The partnership between faculty and the Kendall Campus Learning Resources Department offers a teaching and learning tool for students that integrates course content and community outreach as the final objective.
Opportunities: Student participation depends upon the individual professor's project assignment, which is developed in a manner aligned with the discipline.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 7 Hours Minimum Commitment * 17 is Minimum Age * Computer Literacy

63. MDC Medical Campus ACCESS Disability Services
         Assisting Students with Disabilities

Address: 950 NW 20th Street, Room #1113; Miami, FL 33127 See Map
Contact: Dawn Diamond , ACCESS and International Student Coordinator 305.237.4471; , ; E-mail: ddiamon1@mdc.edu
Description: The Office of ACCESS (Disability Services) provides, arranges and coordinates services for students with documented disabilities.
Opportunities: Service-learners are needed to work one-on-one, as note takers and/or readers in a classroom setting with students who have varying disabilities, such as learning and emotional disabilities, and/or visual, hearing, and physical impairments. Note takers should have the ability to write clear and concise notes. Readers should be able to read in a clear manner using correct pronunciation. Consistency, reliability, and college skills are required including the current enrollment in, or completion of, ENC 1101.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * 16 is Minimum Age

64. MDC Medical Campus Community Health Nursing

Address: 950 N.W. 20th Street ; Miami, FL 33127 See Map
Contact: RASHIDA STEWART, CHN Program Coordinator (305) 237-4519; , ; E-mail: rstewar1@mdc.edu
Description: This "agency" is ONLY for MDC Medical Campus students taking Community Health Nursing. CHN students should follow the guidelines provided by their instructor and keep track of the agencies and hours that they serve.
Opportunities: AGENCY TO SERVE AS UMBRELLA FOR CHN STUDENTS SERVICE-LEARNING HOURS
Comments: This "agency" is ONLY for MDC Medical Campus students taking Community Health Nursing

65. MDC Medical Campus Project Seed: Design & Planning
         Medical Campus Students Class Projects only

Address: 920 NW 20th st; Miami, FL 33127 See Map
Contact: Dadilia Garces Mejia, BAS –HS Coordinator PASO 305 237 4353; , ; E-mail: dgarces@mdc.edu
Description: The Miami Dade College Physician Assistant Students Organization (PASO) along with other School of Health Science students annually plan a community outreach project targeting the under served migrant/seasonal farm working population of Homestead, FL. The name of the project is Project S.E.E.D of MDC. S.E.E.D represents Serving Everyone, Embracing Diversity, reaching out to this community as an annual health fair “Healthy Families, Healthy Lives”. We conducted first ever health fair of Project SEED of MDC on October 25th 2014 and served up to 300 farm workers and their family members includes adults, children and elderly. Each year the number of people increase who are served. Each year over 400 farm workers and their family members were served. Project: The purpose of this project is to bring health information, general screening, awareness, prevention and education to this minority, often forgotten, population on a yearly basis. We bring together students from all the different Health Science Schools to represent Miami Dade College and create a presence among this community building trust, knowledge and empowerment. This event takes place in October at the Homestead Farm Worker Labor Camp in order to reach this often-evasive population. Several institutions are involved: Mexican American Chamber of Commerce (MAC), Baptist Hospital, Homestead Housing Authority, City of Homestead (Police & Fire Depts.), Miami Dade Commissioners.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: fundraise & organize the event, contact vendors, distribute donations, develop marketing materials, create awareness through social media.

66. MDC Medical Vet Tech Project
         This is for vet tech students only

Address: 920 NW 20th st; Miami, FL 33127 See Map
Contact: Karen Moss, Vet Tech Program Coordinator 305-987-7895; Dr, Jorge Larin, Vet Tech Program Faculty ; E-mail: kmoss@mdc.edu
Description: As a veterinary technician, you’ll help a veterinarian care for animals in a variety of settings, including clinics, zoos, research centers, and more. A graduate of MDC's Veterinary Technology program is eligible to sit for the Veterinary Technician National Exam and become a Certified Veterinary Technician. Upon graduation, the graduate will be able to perform a wide array of medical tests and procedures in a number of clinical settings from small animal, large animal, exotics and laboratory animals.
Opportunities: Students are required to do 60 hours of service within the community in order to graduate. Among the activities they spay and neuter, vaccinate, perform health exams and get animals ready to move them to adoption centers. Service are offered at Camillus House, City of Miami Parks & Recreation, Health Fairs, among others.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 60 Hours Minimum Commitment

67. MDC North Campus - Children's Holiday

Address: 11380 NW 27th Ave. Bldg 4; Miami, FL 33167 See Map
Contact: Maria Villalobos, iCED North Director 3052378380; Jesenia Patino, Administrative Assistant - Campus President ; E-mail: iCEDNorth@mdc.edu
Website: https://www.mdc.edu/north/childrensholiday/
Description: Children's Holiday at North will take place December 11th from 7:30am to 3:30pm. Children’s Holiday at North was created in an effort to give back to the local community. During this event, children and families get to celebrate the holidays by participating in a number of fun activities and engaging in a multitude of educational and interactive events, including a special visit from Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus.
Opportunities: The Children’s Holiday committee is currently looking for volunteers to help serve our community members in different capacities. There are currently 12 booths with different activities and themes that you can choose to volunteer with, and three volunteer shifts you can choose from. As a volunteer, you will help with the setup, execution, and breakdown of the different activities available throughout the day depending on the shift you choose. Shifts are available from 7:30am-11:30am, 11:30am-3:30pm, and 7:30am-3:30pm.
Comments: We have several opportunities for those that would like to volunteer. Sign up through our volunteer registration form: https://miamidade.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4VgtaQjjznnt8b3

68. MDC North Campus - Learning Resources
         MDC North Campus- Library  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: MDC North Campus; Miami, FL 33167
Contact: Angel Hernandez, Learning Resources Professional (305) 237-8308; Israel Sanchez, Library Director ; E-mail: angel.hernandez@mdc.edu
Website: https://www.mdc.edu/learning-resources/
Description: Miami Dade College North Campus Learning Resources provides library services to the students, faculty, and staff of the College. These services include access to computer technology, printing & copying facilities, study spaces, reference librarians, tutoring, research assistance, and much more.
Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to serve your community by helping everyone who comes to the library, from students and faculty, to alumni and community visitors while improving your Research Skills, Computer and Information Literacy, Interpersonal Skills, Written Communication Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, and Customer Service Skills.
Comments: No library experience is required and onsite training is available.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 10 Hours Minimum Commitment * Wheelchair Accessible

69. MDC North Campus ACCESS Disability Services  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 11380 NW 27th Avenue, Room 6116; Miami, FL 33167 See Map
Contact: Marietta Cappannelli, Resource Advisor (305) 237-1178; , (305) 237-1272; Fax: (305) 237-1831; E-mail: mcappann@mdc.edu
Description: Access Disability Services provides access to college for students with disabilities.
Opportunities: Volunteers provide reading, note taking, basic tutoring, and other assistance to enhance college access for students with disabilities.
Comments: Hours: Flexible hours are available during regular college days, Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm. Other hours are arranged to meet specific student needs. Consistency, reliability, and college skills are required including completion of ENC 1101 and at least one letter of recommendation from an instructor. // Volunteers learn about needs of various populations of people with disabilities. Obtain practice in oral communication and gain knowledge of disability accommodation issues.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 10 Hours Minimum Commitment * Wheelchair Accessible

70. MDC North Campus EAP World Languages Lab
         North Campus - EAP Tutoring and Mentoring Service Learning Project

Address: MDC North Campus; Miami, FL 33167
Contact: Pedro Arguelles, Academic Lab Manager/Adjunct Professor 305-237-1758; , ; E-mail: parguell@mdc.edu
Description: Project description: This project will provide service-learning students with the opportunity to facilitate individual and small group sessions for EAP students. The sessions will require the service-learning students to apply leadership skills as they organize and manage their sessions. Some of the leadership topics will include goal setting, time management, mentoring, and motivational skills. The academic tutoring topics will focus on the areas assessed by the current MDC course placement exam and related skills. The benefits to the EAP students are numerous and include tutoring in areas relevant to their academic goals and networking with their experienced MDC student peers.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Computer Literacy

71. MDC Padron Campus ACCESS Disability Services
         Assisting Students with Disabilities

Address: 627 SW 27th Av.; Miami, FL 33135 See Map
Contact: Walter Anders Jr, Director (305) 237-6146; , ; Fax: (305) 237-6085; E-mail: wanders@mdc.edu
Description: The Office of ACCESS (Disability Services) provides, arranges and coordinates services for students with documented disabilities.
Opportunities: Service-learners are needed to work one-on-one, as note takers and/or readers in a classroom setting with students who have varying disabilities, such as learning and emotional disabilities,and/or visual, hearing, and physical impairments. Service-learners proficient in needed subject areas will have the opportunity to tutor ACCESS students one-on-one or in small group settings. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn intervention strategies and use multi-sensory materials to assist students. Service-learners will have the opportunity to work with students in an adaptive technology computer lab. Note takers should have the ability to write clear and concise notes. Readers should be able to read in a clear manner using correct pronunciation.
Comments: Hours: Note taking hours are dependent on the needs of ACCESS students, so almost any schedule can be accommodated. Office hours: Monday,Thursday and Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm; Tuesday & Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm. A minimum of 3 hours per week and 20 hours per semester is required. Service-learning students will recieve an orientation/training session and will be observed to provide feedback and suggestions to enhance the participant's reading, note taking, and/or tutorial skills. Other benefits include building self-esteem and working in a friendly, family-like atmosphere. Come join our team!
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment * 16 is Minimum Age

72. MDC Shark Pantry

Contact: Annie Sosa, Student Life director 3052373875; , ; E-mail: asosadia@mdc.edu
Description: The Student Food Pantry provides a means for students to stay focused on their academic studies despite any untimely financial hardships they may be faced with while pursuing a degree.
Opportunities: Contact your campus student life office for more information.

73. MDC West Campus Student Life

Address: Miami Dade College - West Camp; Miami, Florida 33176
Contact: Dr. Cristy Calderon, Director 305237804; Crystal Escobar, Part-Time Program Coordinator 305-237-8965; Fax: 305-237-8506; E-mail: ccalder1@mdc.edu
Description: Each campus has a culture that is as diverse as its student body offering an opportunity for teamwork and leadership
Opportunities: Service opportunities include: provide guidance to students on campus life, helping with student ID, parking permits, organize and setting up events on campus.

74. MDC West Campus Academic Support (For EAP Ambassadors)
         Peer Tutoring & EAP Ambassadors

Address: 3800 NW 115 Avenue -- Room 2121-3; Doral, FL 33178 See Map
Contact: Bertha Caberea, Academic Support Lab Manager 305-237-8969; , ; E-mail: bcabrera@MDC.edu;bcabrera@mdc.edu;westeap@mdc.edu
Website: http://eapsupportlab.weebly.com/
Description: Our goal is to support students by providing them with access to resources so that they are successful in college.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: Tutor EAP students in Mathematics, finance, reading, English, science, chemistry and computer science as EAP Ambassadors.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Must Speak Spanish * Computer Literacy

75. MDC West Campus ACCESS Disability Services   Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 3800 NW 115th Ave, RM 2114; Doral, FL 33178 See Map
Contact: Carmen Gandarillas, Dissability Specialist - ACCESS (305) 237-4907; , (305) 237-8947; E-mail: cgandari@mdc.edu
Website: http://www.mdc.edu/access/staff.aspx#west and http://www.mdc.edu/access/about.aspx
Description: Advocating for Accessibility In addition to its role in the classroom, the department works to promote awareness of disability issues, federal and state regulations, and College procedures that encourage accessibility and inclusion. Access Disability Services provides access to college for students with disabilities.
Opportunities: Volunteers provide reading, note taking, basic tutoring, and other assistance to enhance college access for students with disabilities.
Comments: Hours: Flexible hours are available during regular college days, Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm. Other hours are arranged to meet specific student needs. Consistency, reliability, and college skills are required including completion of ENC 1101 and at least one letter of recommendation from an instructor. // Volunteers learn about needs of various populations of people with disabilities. Obtain practice in oral communication and gain knowledge of disability accommodation issues.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 2 Hours Minimum Commitment * Must Speak Creole * Wheelchair Accessible

76. MDC West Campus Professor Maria Mozon Vaping Project

Address: 3800 NW 115th Ave; Doral, FL 33178 See Map
Contact: Maria Monzon, Lead Faculty (305)237-4938; , ; E-mail: mmonzonm@mdc.edu
Description: This agency was created for Professor Maria Mozon class. It explores the impact that Vaping has on MDC students, this project belongs to the Chemistry course.
Opportunities: Vaping impact on MDC students Brief description in this project, students will participate in different aspect of research (bibliography research, distributing a survey, hands on experiment), participate in research team meeting, and prepare abstracts and presentations. Hours: it will required a minimum of 50 hours. As part of the survey, students will provide awareness about the public health concerns of vaping. This is the most important mission of our project.
Comments: Only students from Chemistry class for Professor Maria Monzon will participate in the project.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 50 Hours Minimum Commitment

77. MDC West Campus Science Symposium

Address: 3800 NW 115th Ave; Doral, FL 33178 See Map
Contact: Maria Monzon, Professor/Advisor 3052378960; , ; E-mail: mmonzon@mdc.edu
Description: During the West Science Symposium, the students will present their research projects, some from the classes, some from the undergraduate research.
Opportunities: Students will present and discuss topics targeting relevant social concerns such as alternative energy, COVID, addiction, pollution, toxicology, and others. UNSDG #3 and #7 will be considered.

78. MDC Wolfson Campus ACCESS Disability Services  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 300 NE 2nd Avenue, ACCESS-MEED Center, Building 1, Room 1180-1181; Miami, FL 33132 See Map
Contact: Carrie Holloway, Staff Associate (305) 237-3072; Erika Escobar, Sign Language Interpreter (305) 237-7280; E-mail: waccess@mdc.edu
Website: http://www.mdc.edu/access/
Description: The Office of ACCESS (Disability Services) provides, arranges, and coordinates services for students with documented disabilities.
Opportunities: Note-taking, tutoring across disciplines, logistics support for annual Disability Awareness Month, logistics and presentation support for MEED workshops (e.g., Resume Writing, Networking Skills, Getting Ready for the Job Fair)
Comments: We have many service-learning opportunities for interested students! Please send us an email with your interests and availability and we will work to match you to an appropriate service learning opportunity!
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 10 Hours Minimum Commitment * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

79. MDC Wolfson Campus Microbiology Lab

Address: Builiding 1 RM:1664; MIAMI, fl 33132
Contact: Edwin Gines-Candelaria, Professor and Lab Coordinator (305) 237-7407; Marie Garbal, (305) 237-3396; E-mail: egines@mdc.edu
Description: We are a microbiology lab offering experiences in lab organization and techniques, preparation of biological material, culture media, learning the use and importance of asceptic procedures in the manipulation of microbes, culture media, and equipment. Duties are varied and range from sanitation of glassware, decontamination of used culture media, preparation of culture media for the Wolfson Campus Microbiology Laboratories, and other duties as assigned by Laboratory technicians.
Comments: Students will be called to provide service learning according to the compatibility between their indicated schedule for providing service and the Laboratory technicians' schedule. ALL SERVICE-LEARNERS MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY ORIENTATION - Contact Wolfson iCED for details.Please sign-up and gain approval at Microbiology lab first before printing service-learning contract.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 50 Hours Minimum Commitment * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included

80. MDC Wolfson Campus Science Resource and Tutoring Center

Address: 300 NE 2nd Ave; Miami, FL 33132 See Map
Contact: Hilda Rodriguez, 305-237-3020; , ; E-mail: hrodrig6@mdc.edu
Description: The Science Resource and Tutoring Center offers free tutoring to students currently enrolled in a variety natural science courses offered at MDC.
Opportunities: Students who choose to volunteer with this agency will be tutoring others in College level Natural Sciences classes, such as Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry or Physics.
Comments: SERVICE LEARNERS MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY ORIENTATION.

81. MDC Wolfson Campus Shark Pantry

Address: 300 NE 2nd Ave; Miami , FL 33132 See Map
Contact: Annielys Sosa, Student Life Director 305-237-3536; Woodlyne Julien, Student Life Specialist 305-237-3489; Fax: 305-237-3329; E-mail: asosadia@mdc.edu;wjulien1@mdc.edu;ychapont@mdc.edu
Description: The Student Shark Pantry provides a means for students to stay focused on their academic studies despite any untimely financial hardships they may be faced with while pursuing a degree.
Opportunities: As a fluency coach, you will work with a small group of Brazilian participants. You will help them improve their fluency in spoken English by facilitating small group discussions for them to participate in. You will start conversations, ask questions, listen to and answer their questions, make sure everyone has an opportunity to contribute to the conversation and occasionally correct their English or help them with vocabulary.
Comments: The Student Food Pantry is always looking for dedicated student volunteers who are looking to make a difference in their college community. Therefore, any student is welcomed.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included

82. MDC Wolfson Campus US History Course Service-Learning Projects
         This project is restricted to Professor Carmen Lopez’ students only.

Contact: Carmen Lopez, (305) 237-3186; , ; E-mail: clopez2@mdc.edu
Description: Students will be making videos/presentations on Holocaust and/or history-related topics which will be shared with local educators.
Opportunities: Special Project for Professor Lopez's students only. Open to other faculty to incorporate into their syllabi. For inquiries please email clopez2@mdc.edu

83. MDC Wolfson Wolves in Training: Honors College Mentoring Program

Address: 300 NE 2nd Avenue; Miami, FL 33132 See Map
Contact: Daphnee Gilles, Faculty Advisor 305-237-7533; , ; E-mail: dgilles@mdc.edu
Description: The option to earn Academic Service Learning (ASL) credit is available only to WIT Student Leadership Team.
Opportunities: Each Second Year Mentor will meet with her/his assigned Faculty Mentor at least once a month for at least 30 minutes following the topics described in their Topics of Conversation. Second Year Mentors will also use their knowledge and experience of lessons learned to guide their First Year Mentee(s) as they • set up each Semester’s mutually agreed upon meeting dates/times at the start of the Term • formally meet with their Faculty Mentor at least once each month as agreed upon o come prepared with good questions (including those re: Topics of Conversation) and ready to report on Mentees’ status • help Mentees feel that they are contributing members of The Honors College community as quickly and as smoothly as possible • use the WIT Monthly Topics of Conversation as guideline for preparing their Mentees for success • provide ample opportunity for Mentees to ask questions (i.e. don’t only “interview them” with the Topics’ questions) • help them create and execute a plan to achieve their goals during their first year, including assisting with the IDH 1001 SMART Action Plan • help mentees to get involved in Campus, College, and Honors College co-curricular activities and events (academic, cultural, social, civic engagement) • connect mentees to special College programs, services and departments for the necessary assistance • maintain contact with each other
Comments: The option to earn Academic Service Learning (ASL) credit is available only to WIT Student Leadership Team.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included

84. Miami Cerebral Palsy Residential Services  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 2200 NW 107th Ave.; Miami, FL 33172 See Map
Contact: Patricia Riboul, HR Director (305) 599-0899 Ext 224; , ; Fax: (305) 599-9095; E-mail: patricia.riboul@ucpsouthflorida.org
Website: http://www.mcphr@ucpsouthflorida.org
Description: Miami Cerebral Palsy Residential Services Inc. is a not-for-profit organization and a prestigious leader in the field of Developmental Disabilities. The organization serves medically-fragile and medically at-risk children and adults in progressive intermediate long-term care facilities located in South Miami-Dade. Since 1984, the organization has been providing state-of-the-art treatment modalities for people with developmental disabilities, including educational and therapeutic programs. Miami Cerebral Palsy was selected in 2008, 2009 and 2010 as one of the top 125 companies to work for in the U.S. by "Training Magazine" and received the National 2008 Moving Mountains Award.
Opportunities: Assist teachers in our classrooms; Observe therapy; Read to and spend time with clients; Plan special events; Nursing and Direct Support (DSP) opportunities available to students able to commit more hours.
Comments: Hours: All Shifts // We also recruit volunteers to do volunteer work depending on how many hours they will provide.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Tuberculosis (TB) Testing * Computer Literacy * Wheelchair Accessible

85. Miami Dade Animal Services

Address: 3599 NW 79 Ave.; Doral, FL 33122 See Map
Contact: Lubia Rodriguez, Volunteer Supervisor (305)-418.7159; , 311; E-mail: 311@miamidade.gov
Website: https://www.miamidade.gov/global/animals/home.page
Description: Our mission is to save the lives of abandoned animals in our care, protect animals from cruelty, reunite lost pets with their owners, protect people and pets in our community from health-related issues and ensure the public’s safety.
Opportunities: Service opportunities include: cleaning the shelters of the animals, feeding the animals, taking out the animals on walks, washing and grooming dogs, and keeping company with the animals.
Comments: Minimum age is 15

86. Miami Dade County Parks and Recreation Department
         County-wide projects   Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Contact: Diana Young , Community Outreach & Resource Manager 305-755-7939; , 305 961 2781; E-mail: Diana.Young@miamidade.gov
Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/parks and https://www.miamidade.gov/global/recreation/home.page
Description: Miami-Dade County Parks is the third largest county park system in the United States, consisting of over 270 parks, 13,564 acres of land and 15 miles of beaches. Looking for ways to get involved and volunteer? Miami-Dade Parks Leadership and Community Engagement (PLACE) Program provides a variety of service opportunities for individuals, community/civic groups, schools and corporate entities who are interested in volunteering their time and donating resources to benefit our park system.
Opportunities: All current volunteer opportunities available at Miami-Dade Parks can be found by visiting miamidadeparks.com and navigating to the “Volunteer Opportunities” tab. Open an account with Park Link and start your park adventures today! PLACE Program volunteers can be found across the park system making a difference through these unique service programming categories: Park Site Volunteers This is the perfect category for those who are searching for individual volunteer opportunities. Great for high school students, college service-learning students, court-mandated volunteers and other individuals looking to fulfill community service requirements. Volunteers in this category sign up to provide operational support across various placements throughout the park system. Park site volunteers typically commit a minimum of 20 hours of service and are subject to background screenings. Park Site volunteers work closely with park staff and follow social distancing protocols and CDC guidelines in place at all Miami-Dade County Park facilities. Park Conservation Corps This is a signature group of volunteers who are provided with opportunities to learn about the past, present and future state of our parks system through various educational sessions and interactive park beautification projects. The group was inspired by the spirit of the U.S Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s which helped build many of our local roads and heritage parks. Park Conservation Corp members come together to volunteer and become ambassadors of our park system. Participation is based on an annual enrollment process. Adopt-A-Park Group Volunteers This service option matches groups interested in donating resources, volunteer labor, in-kind materials and monetary contributions, with park enhancement needs. We also offer groups the opportunity to “adopt” specific park sites and natural areas. Note: This volunteer offering is currently limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Only groups of 10 or less can be accommodated at this time. Fill out our Group Volunteering Request form to provide us with information on your group. Park Service Days These “one-day” community-wide service events take place throughout the year and are perfect for individuals who are looking to volunteer for a few hours at Miami-Dade Parks. Park Service Day events are hosted at various park sites. Event participants are provided with great family-friendly opportunities that can range from beautification and pla
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 20 Hours Minimum Commitment * 13 is Minimum Age * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Florida Driver's License * Wheelchair Accessible

87. Miami Deaf Center

Address: 5800 Palm Ave ; Hialeah, FL 33012 See Map
Contact: Katie Valle, Agency Supervisor 786-290-9903 ; , ; E-mail: MiamiDeafCenter@aol.com
Website: https://www.miamideafcenter.com/
Description: Miami Deaf Center main goal is to offer diversified services to the Deaf Community living in the South Florida area with the objective of supplying physical, social and spiritual needs to all deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
Opportunities: Volunteers are needed to help with secular programming and with basic event assistance during services. There is especially an interest in having students from artistic backgrounds help plan and facilitate events!
Comments: If interested, please reach out by email at MiamiDeafCenter@aol.com

88. Miami Lakes Educational Center

Address: 5780 NW 158 STREET; Miami Lakes, FL 33014 See Map
Contact: Lourdes Mixco, Social Studies Teacher (305) 557-1100 ext. 2810; , ; Fax: (305) 364-9279
Website: https://www.mlecshs.com/
Description: The mission of Miami Lakes Educational Center is to create a highly qualified future workforce by offering state-of-the art academic, career and technical education to all generations within our community.
Opportunities: Tutor students from different grade levels in subjects such as social studies, math, language, and reading.
Comments: M-DCPS ID=7391; Type=SEN

89. Miami Rescue Mission

Address: 2014 NW 1st Ave.; Miami, FL 33127 See Map
Contact: Lian Navarro, Community Development Associate (305) 572-2004; Vanessa Cooper, Volunteer Coordinator (305) 571-2227; Fax: (305) 572-2005; E-mail: vcooper@caringplace.org
Website: http://www.miamirescuemission.org and http://www.caringplace.org/
Description: Miami Rescue Mission, Inc. (MRM), a Florida 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is a charitable faith-based ministry providing spiritual, physical, and essential services to homeless and impoverished men, women, and children. We provide food, shelter, recovery programs, and transitional housing at our three campuses in Miami, Hollywood, and Pompano Beach. Our goal is to reach out to homeless and vulnerable members in our community with compassion, demonstrating the love of God; to help individuals transition from isolation to inclusion, and become productive and successful members of their families and the community. As a faith-based organization, we operate with Christian and charitable values and provide our services to all without regard to race, faith, age or gender.
Opportunities: MDC students are welcome, need to participate in one-hour orientation and set up appointment to schedule volunteer hours. Service needs are: serving meals, office support, sorting and organizing Thrift Shop, and Education Center.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 2 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included

90. Miami Waterkeeper

Address: 2103 Coral Way; Miami, Fl 33145 See Map
Contact: Casey Dresbach, Community Engagement Coordinator 305 905 0856; , ; E-mail: hello@miamiwaterkeeper.org
Description: Miami Waterkeeper (MWK) is a Miami-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization that advocates for South Florida's watershed and wildlife. Miami Waterkeeper’s (MWK) mission is to defend, protect, and preserve South Florida’s watershed through citizen engagement and community action rooted in sound science and research. We work to ensure swimmable, drinkable, fishable water for all.
Opportunities: The Miami Waterkeeper Junior Ambassador program is a year-long program that develops a cohort of high school students into young environmental leaders. Through the Junior Ambassador program, South Florida students become community leaders by gaining an understanding of issues impacting Biscayne Bay and the surrounding watershed, receiving training in civic engagement and advocacy, sharing their acquired knowledge with diverse audiences, and helping to organize interactive volunteer events.
Comments: The Miami Waterkeeper Junior Ambassador program is for MDC dual-enrolled students.

91. Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 7955 NW 12th Street, Suite 429; Miami, FL 33126 See Map
Contact: Lieren de Vera, Scholars/Program Coordinator (305) 994.9268 Ext. 339; , ; E-mail: Ldevera@mdahec.org
Website: https://www.mdahec.com/
Description: Miami-Dade AHEC strives to change healthcare through education. We guide students on the path to careers in healthcare, we provide Healthcare professionals with opportunities to grow within their field, and we inform our community on today’s most critical health topics. Our Mission is to improve access to quality, comprehensive health care and education for the underserved, uninsured, economically needy and other vulnerable individuals through academic-community partnerships.
Opportunities: We provide a vast number of health education programs in Miami Dade County. Tobacco, opioid, COVID, and cancer prevention workshops are offered for students to become facilitators and advocate for within their communities. Students can help our team perform research, conduct outreach, develop presentations, and share resources to the community. All majors and disciplines are welcomed to help us craft more holistic and interdisciplinary programming. Opportunities are available remotely and in-person.
Comments: A Level 2 Background check is required. Please visit our website (http://www.mdahec.org) or email Lieren de Vera (Ldevera@mdahec.org) for further instructions and questions.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Florida Driver's License * Wheelchair Accessible

92. National Alliance on Mental Illness
         NAMI

Address: 299 Alhambra Circle, Suite 224, ; Coral Gables, FL 33134 See Map
Contact: Kathryn Coppola, Executive Director (305)665-2540; Denise Llerena, Program Coordinator (786)775-1980; E-mail: info@NAMIMiami.org
Website: http://www.namimiami.org and https://www.facebook.com/NAMIMiami/
Description: Mission - To provide education, support and advocacy for individuals living with mental health challenges and their families.
Opportunities: We offer a number of opportunities depending on the students' interests and abilities with long term positions in graphic design, film, political science, among others.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 4 Hours Minimum Commitment * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included

93. Office of New Americans

Address: 601 NW 1st Court #116; Miami, FL 33136 See Map
Contact: Francina Nuñez, citizenship Program Coordinator (305) 985-8482; , ; E-mail: info@officeofnewamericans.org
Website: https://www.officeofnewamericans.org/virtualvolunteer
Description: Miami-Dade County boasts the largest percentage of foreign born peoples, even when compared with other immigrant hubs like New York City and Santa Ana. The Office of New Americans seeks to create a welcoming environment for all immigrants and provide them with access to the tools they need to flourish in their new communities. With our partners, ONA engages in the outreach and promotion of naturalization opportunities, access to financial services, cultural events, and basic information sessions concerning how to succeed in various areas. Through resource sharing and community events, ONA hopes to simplify complex topics, like education and banking, to give our new neighbors the confidence they need to thrive.
Opportunities: September 17-18th, The Office of New Americans of Miami-Dade is hosting a FREE 2-day Virtual Citizenship Clinic. If you are interested in volunteering, sign up through the link - bit.ly/NatzNowVol

94. Operation Wetvet

Address: P.O. BOX 941892,; MIAMI,, FL 33194
Contact: Osvaldo Martinez, Founding President 305-8122429; , ; E-mail: ozzie@operationwetvet.org
Description: Operation WetVet is a registered 501c3 EIN: 47-4186711?? With Project Therapy at Sea, our mission is to get Combat Wounded Veterans and First Responders that suffer from P.T.S.D. together to enjoy a fun day of fishing and camaraderie. *PROGRAM IS ONLY OPEN TO COMBAT WOUNDED VETERANS.
Opportunities: Service opportunities include: research, website support, organization & participation at therapy fishing events.

95. Overtown Youth Center

Address: 450 NW 14th Street; Miami, Florida 33136 See Map
Contact: Keturah Strickland, Marketing Director/Volunteer Coordinator (305)-349-1204; , ; Fax: 305-349-1214; E-mail: Keturah.Strickland@overtownyouth.org
Website: https://overtownyouth.org/ and https://cm2overtown.neworg.com/Default.asp?PageNum=57
Description: Our MISSION is to inspire and empower youth and families by fostering hope through enrichment services.
Opportunities: During the School Year: Monday – Thursday 3:45pm-6:15pm Assisting students with academic assignments After School Tutoring Assisting in program activities – art, music, dance, garden, recreational sports or play, etc. Supervising students whenever necessary Administrative Assistance (if interested) College and Career Readiness Workshops During the Summer, Teacher Planning Days & Spring Break Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Snack Chaperoning Field Trips Assisting in program activities – art, music, dance, garden, recreational sports or play, etc. Supervising students whenever necessary Administrative Assistance (if interested) Special Events Super Saturday 33 Thanksgivings (Thanksgiving Meal Giveaway-November) Holiday Party (December) Zo’s Hoop Law (March) Jewel Summit (May) Save Our Sons Youth Summit (June) Back to School Drive (July/August) *We also accept volunteers to assist with administrative opportunities in the following departments: Development, Finance, Marketing, Program Administration, etc.
Comments: You can contact us by filling out the volunteer form linked above.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 2 Hours Minimum Commitment

96. Paws 4 You Rescue

Address: 8717 SW 134th St; Miami, Fl 33176 See Map
Contact: Carolyn Jarro, Volunteer Coordinator 305-253 1092; , ; E-mail: carolyn@paws4you.org
Website: http://www.paws4you.org
Description: PAWS4you Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, volunteer, donor-subsidized animal rescue organization based in Miami, Florida. Over the last 11 years, we have served the vital need of sheltering, fostering, and placing dogs in the southern part of Miami-Dade County. We offer life-saving services and employ various strategies to place and keep animals in loving, lifelong homes. These include: Saving dogs from abandonment and euthanasia Providing needed medical care including, but not limited to, spaying, neutering, vaccinations, and emergency procedures Providing a safe retreat/shelter with the end goal of adopting dogs into safe and loving families Educating the community to spread awareness of our mission and grow its volunteer and donor base.
Opportunities: There is much to do at Paws 4 You Rescue, so bring your talents and expertise! We would love for you to be a part of our team. To ensure a more fulfilling volunteer experience, we are streamlining volunteering into the following Programs: (1.) Buddies 4 Paws – Dog socialization and exercise (2.) Transport – Getting dogs safely to and from events and veterinary appointments (3.) Events & Fundraising – Raising the funds to save these dogs from euthanasia and care for them until homes are found (4.) Retreat Support – Office and labor support at our facility

97. Planned Parenthood  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 585 NW 161st St; Miami, FL 33169 See Map
Contact: Aurelie Colon, Regional Organizer Miami-Dade 9548818595; , ; E-mail: Aurelie.Colon@ppsenfl.org
Website: http://ppsenfl.org
Description: Planned Parenthood aims to protect reproductive freedom through the provision of clinical services, education and advocacy.
Opportunities: We offer virtual and remote opportunities for students to complete hours, ranging from phone and texts banks, where we will call our communities members to ask them important questions surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, to virtual workshops and events. Events happen on a weekly basis and phone banking can occur anytime a person is free. Please email at aurelie.colon@ppsenfl.org for more information.
Comments: Hours are extremely flexible due to remote work. Please feel free to email me and we can work out when you can do hours/what goals you want to accomplish! I look forward to working with y'all :)
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

98. Pridelines

Address: 6360 NE 4th Court; Miami, Florida 33138 See Map
Contact: Ken Demsey, Volunteer Coordinator (305) 571-9601 ext. 112; , ; E-mail: volunteer@pridelines.org
Website: https://pridelines.org/volunteer and https://pridelines.org/sites/default/files/pridelines_volunteer_application_2020.pdf
Description: Pridelines' mission is to support, educate and empower South Florida’s LGBTQ youth and community in safe and diverse spaces to promote dialogue, wellness, and to foster social change. Pridelines was founded in 1982 and became one of the first community-based HIV testing sites in Miami-Dade County. More than 40 years later, they continue to provide a safe space, social support, skills building, leadership development and referrals to mental health, health care, and support services for LGBTQ youth and their straight allies throughout South Florida.
Opportunities: Pridelines is currently accepting volunteers. They're also seeking volunteers for their upcoming Smart Ride (November 19th & 20th).
Comments: How to Serve: Begin by checking out Pridelines' programming on their website and then fill out the Pridelines Volunteer Application. Questions? Email volunteer@pridelines.org.

99. Rivas Perdomo Family Foundation

Address: 3416 W 84 Street Suite 106; Hialeah , FL 33018 See Map
Contact: Francy Perdomo , (305) 527-4595; , ; E-mail: rivasperdomofamilyfoundation@gmail.com
Website: https://www.rivasmusicvideo.com/foundation
Description: Rivas Perdomo Family Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating youth artistic talent and promoting international culture. Founded in 2005, the organization’s mission is to improve the quality of life of talented children and elderly adults through music workshops, seasonal programs, and community events, as well as by providing educational scholarships to aid their families. The Foundation also promotes and seeks to maintain Hispanic culture alive through musical events representing several countries, whose performances celebrate the arts, cultures, and heritages of Miami-Dade County’s diverse community. Additionally, the Foundation has completed 8 humanitarian missions in Latin America to deliver clothing, shoes, toys, musical instruments, and hygiene items to under-served children and families.
Opportunities: Volunteers may participate in activities such as sorting and packaging donation items, preparing events (where circumstances permit), and collaborating in fundraising events/campaigns.

100. Samaritan's Purse
         Operation Christmas Child

Address: 8900 North Kendall Dr.; Miami, FL 33196 See Map
Contact: Sandra Repinski, 786-596-4631; Mayra Pereira, Regional Manager 407-516-6889 ; E-mail: mpereira@samaritan.org
Website: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/
Description: The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world. Through this project, Samaritan’s Purse partners with the local church worldwide to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and make disciples of the nations.
Opportunities: Student clubs can do packing parties. The purpose of the Packing Party is to package "shoebox gifts filled with toys, school supplies, and hygiene items for children around the world".

101. SAVE LGBTQ Foundation  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 1951 NW 7th Ave; Miami, FL 33136 See Map
Contact: Edward Marti Kring, Community & Field Organizer (305) 972-4957; , ; E-mail: edward@save.lgbt
Website: http://www.save.lgbt and http://www.save.lgbt/actions
Description: Background: In 2015, SAVE set out to find how to best reach voters at a granular level to reduce the biases fueling anti-LGBTQ campaigns. To address this issue, we teamed with the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Leadership LAB and researchers from Stanford University and the University of California Berkeley to conduct a scientific study to measure how effective our “deep canvassing” model is in creating change. The results were impressive. To learn more, visit: foundation.save.lgbt/prejudice_reduction_program
Opportunities: On Sunday, June 27th, the SAVE Foundation will launch our prejudice reduction deep canvassing actions. Training will take place in Coral Gables starting at 10 AM (address is provided once a volunteer registers), then participants will head to South Miami to deep canvass in pairs, and we conclude with with lunch/debrief no later than 3 PM. Coffee and breakfast will be provided by our partners from Starbucks, and we will provide lunch/Pizza during the debrief. The work is centered on reducing LGBTQ prejudice in Miami-Dade County. Volunteers will learn how to apply our "deep canvassing" model, which involves canvassers having meaningful conversations about LGBTQ prejudice at voters' doorsteps. It's all part of the civic engagement work our SAVE Foundation does. Additionally, our volunteers are hosting a bi-monthly virtual phonebank to help drum up support and ultimately pass the Equality Act in the US Senate. This is also Foundation/501c3 activity. The next virtual phonebank is on Tuesday, June 29th from 5:30 - 8:30 PM: www.SAVE.lgbt/Actions
Comments: For upcoming service experiences, please visit: www.SAVE.lgbt/Actions Contact us at Edward@save.lgbt or (305) 972-4957 with additional questions, concerns, etc.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite * 15 is Minimum Age * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

102. Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation

Address: 2875 W Broward Blvd; Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 See Map
Contact: Michell Richler, Volunteer Coordinator 954 530 1508; Kathy Bienek, VP 954 401 1843; E-mail: michell@savingsage.org
Website: https://savingsagerescue.org/
Description: Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation is a not for profit, 501(c)3 animal rescue organization run solely by volunteers since 2014. We dedicate our time to the most urgent, abused and neglected animals in South Florida. We work diligently to change the world for animals through our youth educational programs, tackling the growing over population crisis in our community and by helping to provide microchip scanners and training to various police departments in an effort to reunite lost pets and keep them out of our local shelters.
Opportunities: Volunteer opportunities for high school as well as college students. Activities include: office & general admin, taking care of animals such as clinicals, vaccines, drawing blood. Help Marketing Department with organizing fundraising events and social media. Volunteers must complete a hands on training session.

103. SOBE Cats Spay and Neuter

Address: 8128 Collins Ave; Miami Beach, FL 33141 See Map
Contact: Melissa Grossman, Service Learning Manager ; Holly Whalan, Volunteer Manager ; E-mail: help@sobecats.org
Website: http://www.sobecats.org
Description: Our 100% volunteer nonprofit is an education-based organization that helps the City of Miami Beach Residents care for and control the Miami Beach homeless community cat population. SOBE Cats manages the City’s Registered Cat Feeder Program and oversees the helpers at The Kitty Campus.
Opportunities: 1. Our goal is to help community cats Live Outside with Care through feeding and watering them in the parks. This is our greatest need. Cats must eat! (Minimum 11.5 hours: 1.5 HOUR TRAINING, 10 SUBSEQUENT VISITS FOR ONE HOUR EACH) 2. Help out at the Kitty Campus, which is our adoption staging facility, by cleaning, feeding and socializing the cats. (Minimum 18 hours: 2 HOUR TRAINING, 16 SUBSEQUENT HOURS for SIX CONSECUTIVE WEEKS with AT LEAST ONE SHIFT PER WEEK) 3. Pre-veterinary students or those with clinical experience can help administer medical treatment in colony, oversee vet visits, perform in-home check ups for fosters and/or help with medical recovery and vaccination at the Kitty Campus (Minimum 30 hours). 4. Responsible students who submit to a home inspection and are looking for a more in-depth experience may foster medical recovery cats or those awaiting transport.
Comments: Hours vary depending on the opportunity you choose. Feeding/Watering is either morning or afternoon shifts based on sunset. The Kitty Campus is either 9:30am - 12:00pm or 6:00 - 8:00pm.
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 10 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included

104. St. Dominic's Catholic Church

Address: 5909 NW 7th St; Miami, FL 33126 See Map
Contact: Gaspar Rodriguez, 305-264-0181; Daniel R Garcia , President ; E-mail: stdominicmiami2020@gmail.com
Website: https://www.stdominicmiami.com/
Description: St Vincent of Paul is a non-proft org that helps out needy families with rent, food, and assistance.
Opportunities: Students can assist with food donation distribution for the homeless and assist in the annual thanksgiving drive.

105. The Salvation Army

Address: 1907 NW 38th St; Miami, FL 33142 See Map
Contact: Andrea Angel, Volunteer/Emergency Disaster Services Coordinator 305-637-6700 ext. 26660; , ; E-mail: andrea.angel@uss.salvationarmy.org
Website: https://app.betterimpact.com/PublicOrganization/a22446a1-264e-4482-a486-276078c60757/1
Description: At the Salvation Army, our doors are open every day, and night of the year. Through our emergency housing facilities, homeless shelters, transitional living centers, group homes, and family shelters, we provide over 10 million nights of lodging annually. In addition to supplying shelter from the elements, beds, food, and basic hygiene resources to those in need, we help combat long-term homelessness in America by serving homeless adults, veterans, and children with holistic physical, emotional, and spiritual support.
Opportunities: Our main area of need currently is our Food Pantry, three of our five locations need assistance. Each location has various projects needing volunteers, as those projects arise, they are added to the calendar. All our opportunities are listed through our volunteer portal found on our website (see link above), food pantry dates and times are listed below as well.
Comments: Hours and Opportunities: Miami Area Command (Brownsville) -- Mondays from 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM volunteers are needed to pack grocery bags; Tuesdays - Fridays from 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM volunteers will distribute 100 grocery bags to clients and from 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM volunteers will be packing grocery bags. Sunset Corps (South Miami) -- Tuesdays between 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM volunteers will be packing grocery bags; Wednesdays from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM and Thursdays between 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM volunteers will distribute groceries to the community. Hialeah Corps -- volunteers are needed to assist the food pantry one day a month, that date is listed on HandsOn Miami (https://www.handsonmiami.org/organization/0011J00001NfHldQAF).

106. The Women's Breast & Heart Initiative

Address: *County Wide Opportunities* Office Address:14125 NW 80th Avenue, Suite 306; Miami Lakes, FL 33016
Contact: Claudia Reyes-Rios, Volunteer Coordinator (305) 825-4081; Andrea Ivory, Founder and Executive Director (786) 378-2650; Fax: (305) 825-4082; E-mail: claudia@flbreasthealth.com
Website: http://www.flbreasthealth.com and https://fb.me/e/27TyNCtDJ
Description: The Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative (WBHI) is an outreach organization dedicated to the education, early detection, and prevention of breast cancer and heart disease. Their virtual program empowers college students to be disease prevention and health promotion advocates through civic engagement using social media platforms.
Opportunities: What You’ll Gain as a Virtual Volunteer with the WBHI: • Knowledge about breast cancer and heart disease prevention, early detection and disease deterrent lifestyles • The power to educate your family, peers and community about breast and heart health, and correlated COVID-19 risk factors • Meaningful and impactful social media engagement experience • A certificate of completion • Service-learning hours and/or course credit For the summer, we are gearing up for National Pink Day on June 23! We are coordinating a Screening & Wellness Day with Fresco y Más in Hialeah as well as a social media campaign. The Facebook event is already set up, and we would love students to join: https://fb.me/e/27TyNCtDJ. We will be posting more updates on the Facebook event as we get closer to the date.
Comments: How to Serve: Register online at flbreasthealth.com/volunteer Questions? Reach out to Angelica at angelica@flbreasthealth.com
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 2 Hours Minimum Commitment * Job Training Included

107. This is the Dog!

Address: 44 NE 16th St. ; Homestead, FL 33030 See Map
Contact: Barbara St. Aubin, President (305) 508-7387; , 305-508-7387; E-mail: adopt@thisisthedog.com
Website: http://www.thisisthedog.org
Description: The mission of This Is the Dog! is to help in the effort to lessen the number of dogs euthanized at our county shelter. The number one way that we will do this is by promoting spay and neuter. We will help the community by providing information and resources for their own pets, as well as help stray and abandoned dogs by finding foster homes, providing spay/neuter and other medical and finding homes for these animals through an adoption process. This is the Dog! operates entirely on charitable donations and adoption donations. The dogs and cats in our program come from a variety of situations: stray and running loose, high kill shelters, other rescues, owner surrender, and abandoned due to an owner’s death, illness, or relocation. We will accept animals when we have foster volunteers available. This Is the Dog! believes that education of humane care is the answer and the hope in stopping pet overpopulation and animal abuse. We will actively promote our Humane Education program, B.A.R.K. (Be Active, Responsible and Kind) to local schools so that children grow up to be caring, responsible pet owners. This Is the Dog! was established in June 2008. Our goals are simple and can be reached with volunteer and community participation. We are committed to helping animals in our area and in surrounding areas. We hope that one day, through rescue, adoption, spay/neuter programs, humane education and community involvement, there will be fewer homeless animals.
Opportunities: PAWSITIVE PROMOTION-There are many dogs and cats that need a boost of help in order to get adopted. They may be seniors or have an injury or have just been overlooked and have been with our rescue a little longer than most. These are the ones that need your help! You can choose a dog or cat from the list we send you and you can help the dog or cat find a FURever home by doing the following: 1.Furry Flyer Distribution— Create and Distribute (Electronically during COVID 19) customized flyers. Flyers need to be approved by a This is the Dog! Core Volunteer Flyers can be sent by email or posted on social media. 2.Social Media Campaign—Share an animal’s story via your social media channels. You can share your chosen adoptable dog or cat on YOUR social media platforms and encourage your followers to share with others. All responses or inquiries can be forwarded to the This is the Dog! email adopt@thisisthedog.com or shared on our Facebook page. Some tips and tricks for sharing on Social Media https://www.aspcapro.org/resource/five-social-media-tips-promote-shelter-dogs Do-It-Yourself PAWS on Projects See attached project sheets and make dog or cat toys items at home! Please note: At this time, we are not collecting homemade items due to COVID-19 precautions. 3.Student Project Requests Students who would like to complete other Do it Yourself PAWS on Projects may submit a request by email. There are many project ideas that can be found on the Internet. We will do our best to accommodate your request, but it is not guaranteed. Examples: Build a doghouse Build a bird feeder (our foster cats love to watch the birds) Please keep track of your hours and hold onto the items you make until we can begin to accept the items again. Email adopt@thisisthedog.com with questions.
Comments: Dog and cat overpopulation is not an animal problem; it is a people problem. We hope these suggestions allow for students to continue their service learning hours. Volunteering, whether physical or virtual, offers essential help to worthwhile causes, people in need, and the wider community. Every student who volunteer must complete an application and a waiver, which you can find here :https://thisisthedog.org/forms/ Every activity should be emailed to adopt@thisisthedog.com Woof! Meow!

108. Trauma Resolution Center

Address: 4343 W Flagler Street Suite 503; Coral Gables, fl 33134 See Map
Contact: https://www.traumaresolutioncenter.net/contact , (305) 374-9990; , ; E-mail: info@thetrcenter.org
Description: The Trauma Resolution Center's mission is to build human resiliency by facilitating the resolution of traumatic events. The TRC is looking for volunteers who can support their mission by by offering their unique gifts, talents, and expertise to their community!
Opportunities: Ways you can support include, but are not limited to: Providing holistic services, help or run one of their innovative groups (for those who have a social work background), Advocacy, and Administrative assistance.
Comments: Interested in becoming a volunteer at the TRC? Fill out the form at traumaresolutioncenter.net/volunteer
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 10 Hours Minimum Commitment

109. Tri County Animal Rescue

Address: 21287 Boca Rio Road; Boca Raton, Fl 33433 See Map
Contact: Suzi Goldsmith, Volunteer Coordinator 561-482 8110; , ; E-mail: loispopepetclinic@tricountyhumane.org
Description: Tri-County Animal Rescue is a 100% No-Kill, 501(c)3, nonprofit animal shelter working to prevent the killing of over 170,000 unwanted pets in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties each year. Since our inception, we have saved over 68k domestic animals from being euthanized.
Opportunities: Service opportunities: animal care, feeding, bathing, and walking.

110. United Home Care  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Address: 8400 N.W. 33 Street, Suite 400; Doral, FL 33122 See Map
Contact: Blanca Ceballos, Community Liaison (305) 716-0736; , (305) 477-0440 ; Fax: 305-468-0845; E-mail: bceballos@unitedhomecare.com;Jprieto@unitedhomecare.com
Website: http://www.unitedhomecare.com
Description: United Home Care, is a non-profit organization dedicated to caring for elderly and/or disabled adults at home or in community settings. Services offered include, skilled nursing care and therapies, homemaking, home health aide, chore service, respite, companionship, nutrition, case management and counseling services. Our mission is to assist individuals to live independently at home.
Opportunities: Volunteer opportunities include: Office Assistance and Clerical Support, Friendly Home Visits, Telephone Reassurance and Special Projects. Mandatory background check.
Comments: To sign-up, visit our our website and fill out our volunteering form (https://www.unitedhomecare.com/en/charitable-giving/individual-volunteer.aspx). After filling it out we'll be in contact with you soon!
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 20 Hours Minimum Commitment * 16 is Minimum Age * Criminal Background Check * Fingerprinting * Florida Driver's License * Must Speak Spanish * Computer Literacy * Job Training Included * Wheelchair Accessible

111. United Way of Miami Dade

Address: 11380 NW 27th Avenue; Miami, Fl 33167 See Map
Contact: Nhung Tran, Community Corporate Manager 305-646-7118; , ; E-mail: trann@unitedwaymiami.org
Website: https://portal.unitedwaymiami.org/Volunteer/QuickSearch.jsp and https://unitedwaymiami.org/national-volunteer-week-2021/
Description: Our United Way story is very much the story of Miami. Since 1924, we’ve been building community and strengthened lives. We bring people together in the fight—for a stronger Miami for us all. We are 95 years strong. Behind everything we do, there are people like you who make it happen. When you give, advocate and volunteer, you become a powerful agent of change—helping to improve the odds for children and families throughout our community. And there is no shortage of ways to get involved.
Opportunities: For this National Volunteer Week, United Way is offering different in-person and virtual service opportunities supporting the education, financial stability, and health of families across Miami-Dade County. On Saturday, April 24, join us for VolunteerMiami Day! This event welcomes community members in celebrating volunteerism by donating or volunteering with over 100 of our closest friends at a four-part project that will take over our campus. Sign up online by clicking on the "Register" button on United Way Miami's Volunteer Portal.
Comments: How to Serve: Sign up online by clicking on the "Register" button on United Way Miami's Volunteer Portal. After registering, you will receive an email with instructions on the selected opportunity. Opportunities are first come first serve. Once they reach maximum capacity (even before the deadline), the opportunity will be closed. Questions?Contact Ms. Nhung K Tran at (305) 646-7118 and trann@unitedwaymiami.org

112. Urban Paradise Guild
         UPG  Wheelchair Accessible Worksite

Contact: Jackeline Bonilla , Business manager 305-758-5119; Sam Van Leer, President & Founder ; E-mail: jackeline@urban-paradise.org
Website: http://www.urban-paradise.org
Description: Urban Paradise Guild (UPG) was founded to protect Miami from Climate Change through projects that make Miami a better place for people and wildlife. We should be surrounded by butterflies and birds... we should have access to organic foods... all children should grow up strong, fed body, mind and soul to reach their full potential. Sadly, access to the means of success are NOT open to all. UPG is working to change this. Our city was Paradise before it was paved. With enough dedicated effort we can transform it into Urban Paradise, where the human and natural worlds are more harmonious... for the benefit of both. When we make an investment by making small accommodations for nature, we gather a bounty that improves our quality of life. By adding native plants, we create new habitat and protect human infrastructure. Plants and trees clean our air. Mangroves calm and filter our water, shelter our coastlines, and as estuaries provide us with fish to eat. By helping members of the community build vegetable gardens and plant food forests in their spaces, they can feed their families, save money and fight climate change... at the same time!
Opportunities: HOW TO GET STARTED: Visit http://www.urbanparadiseguild.org/servicelearning. Read this step-by-step guide... and then follow the steps. CALENDAR: http://www.urbanparadiseguild.org/calendar We may have anywhere from 1 to 9 Volunteer Opportunities per week. Due to CoronaVirus, we are shifting our missions and methods, both to serve the community better and to keep our Volunteer Staff and Volunteers safe. WARNING: Changing the world can be habit-forming. Some students start out doing a few hours of S-L, and become addicted. They become Team Leaders or Interns, build their skills and their muscles, take ownership of problems... A year later they look back and go "Damn... I did that." ========================= DEEPER COMMITMENTS: All members of the Urban Paradise Guild's Volunteer Staff are ENVIRONMENTAL HEALERS. We are working to protect Miami from more damage, while working to fix what is already broken. For students who wish to get their careers started while still in school, UPG has Team Leader (3+ hours per week, 120+ hours per year) positions (good for super-busy students). Internships (10 hours per week, 500 hours per year) are for those who can invest more... and gain more. UPG Internships are customized to the Intern, and ***most Majors*** will find big growth opportunities. This level of immersion will change your life. You will absorb deep ecology, and will literally learn to see the world in new ways. Many MDC students have discovered their true calling, leading to fulfilling careers. Some have discovered that they were on the wrong path, and adjusted to the right one. We invest in you, so you can serve the community this year... and into the future. Ready to grow? Ready to be the change? To learn more visit: http://urbanparadiseguild.org/staff/
Comments: UPG Volunteer Opportunities can change from month to month, and we don't maintain it here. Please visit: http://www.urbanparadiseguild.org/calendar
Special Requirements or Features at this Worksite 3 Hours Minimum Commitment * Wheelchair Accessible

113. Virginia Key Outdoor Center

Address: Virginia Key Beach North Point Park 3801 Rickenbacker Causeway ; Miami, FL 33149
Contact: Diana Perez, Executive Director 786.224.4777 ext. 5; , ; E-mail: info@vkoc.net
Website: https://www.vkoc.net/
Description: We love the outdoors! Plain and simple, and we want you to enjoy it too. It is our goal to provide opportunities for outdoor enjoyment to visitors and residents alike. We welcome groups and clubs to come enjoy our facility year-round. By igniting a passion for the outdoors we learn the significance of our role as caretaker of the world around us.
Opportunities: The Virginia Key Outdoor Center hosts beach cleanups, invasive plant removals, native plantings, and other volunteer opportunities for those who enjoy the outdoors.
Comments: Monitor our website under the "Cleanups" tab for ongoing opportunities! Remember to RSVP and follow instructions on proper attire, sunscreen, and water.

114. Virtual Volunteer FL

Contact: Anna Dilernia, N/A; , ; E-mail: info@virtualvolunteerfl.com
Website: https://www.virtualvolunteerfl.com/
Description: Virtual Volunteer FL is an online platform that allows volunteers to provide their talents to nonprofits organizations remotely. Our goal is to break down barriers to volunteering while improving access to resources for nonprofits (particularly those that are small, low-tech, and grassroots).
Opportunities: We link nonprofits, social projects, organizations, and volunteers with each other! Volunteers create a profile that has all of their strengths and experience. Nonprofits, organizations, and social impact projects share their missions and the kind of support they need from volunteers. Then our search engine helps them find each other. It’s essentially a job search platform like Indeed, but for volunteers, nonprofits, social impact projects, and organizations!
Comments: A majority of our opportunities can be done virtually for non-profits. Service activities will range from complex to simple tasks, including: legal, financial, marketing, or public relations assistance, creating flyers or websites, and performing research. Volunteers can help with nearly any task the nonprofit needs assistance with. The platform will serve nonprofits and volunteers in Miami-Dade County. (Students who complete a full profile and provide feedback on the platform will receive 1 additional hour of volunteer service)

115. Whispering Manes Therapeutic Riding Center

Address: 6105 SW 125th Ave; Miami, FL 33183 See Map
Contact: Erin Bauer, Executive Director 305-596-4204; Robin Bramson, Program Director/Head Riding Instructor 404-664-7830; E-mail: rbramson@whisperingmanes.org
Website: http://www.whisperingmanes.org
Opportunities: Volunteer orientation is required in order to complete the volunteer application process. Orientation takes approximately 30 – 45 minutes. During the orientation you will get an overview of the program (including class times, volunteer opportunities, attire, etc), learn about safety requirements, meet the horses, and get a chance to ask questions.
Comments: We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers. Whether you’re interested in volunteering on a weekly or monthly basis we need your help. Even if you don’t have horse experience, we’ll teach what you need to know. For those who don’t want to work with the horses, or those who have irregular hours to spare, we can find a way for you to help that fits your talents and time

116. Youth Co-op Inc.

Address: 5040 NW 7 Street (Suite 200) – Other Satellite Offices in Hialeah, Homestead, and North Miami; Miami, FL 33126 See Map
Contact: Paulina Velez, Program Manager 786-264-4808; Rosy Rodríguez, Lead Counselor 786-264-4807 ; E-mail: Paulina.Velez@ycoopmail.org;Rosy.Rodriguez@ycoopmail.org
Website: https://www.ycoop.org/en/
Description: Youth Co-Op, Inc. is committed to improving the social and economic conditions of youth, adults, families, and recent immigrants through the development and implementation of research-based programs guided by a successful formula which combines education, employment, and empowerment, or e3 . By addressing these fundamentals, we continue a proud tradition of quality programs and excellence in service as the progress and development of our communities are initiated.
Opportunities: To address a full spectrum of needs within the community, Youth Co-Op, Inc. continues its commitment to youth, but also serves adults, families, and recent immigrants who may be unemployed or underemployed, economically disadvantaged, or face barriers to employment. The wide array of services available to meet these needs includes counseling, community referrals, basic skills tutoring, support with vocational training, leadership development, mentoring, work experience, internship, on the-job training, resume preparation and job placement assistance. With various volunteer opportunities to promote social and civil engagement and support individual educational and vocational advancement.
Comments: If you’re interested in volunteering with YCOOP, please fill out our volunteer form (https://forms.gle/ZBRVN4bRgGLPci7m9) and we’ll be in contact with you soon!

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