Resources for Volunteering and Community Service

 

Volunteer on the Marietta College Campus!

 

US Golf Association Fellowship in Leadership and Service

www.usga.org/aboutus/foundation/fellowship/fellowship.html
A two-year, post-graduate commitment with an option for a “special project” during the third year. It is aimed at developing recent college graduates’ professional skills such as leadership and organizational efficiency, educating them in the role of foundations and the nonprofit sector, and offering them experience in the golf world, specifically, with the governing body of golf.

 

Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles

www.aafla.org/2ysp/over_frmst.htm
Offers training for coaches and a youth support program.

 

Ultimate Potential, Columbus Ohio

www.ultimatepotential.org
Ultimate Potential is a non-profit corporation. The primary purpose of Ultimate Potential is to provide a location where special needs individuals/athletes may belong to a facility in which they can exercise, become physically fit, participate on a team, learn sportsmanship, compete at their own level, socialize with others and have a location they can call their own.

 

US Youth Soccer

www.usysa.org/organization/
A non-profit and educational organization whose mission is to foster the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America's youth through the sport of soccer at all levels of age and competition. The goal is to make it fun, and instill in young players a lifelong passion for the sport.

 

Playing for Peace

www.playingforpeace.org/
A non-profit organization that uses basketball as a vehicle to bridge divides, develop leaders and change perceptions. Playing for Peace utilizes a simple but powerful concept – children who play together can learn to live together. Playing for Peace operates programs in Northern Ireland and South Africa that bring together children from different backgrounds to play basketball, acquire life skills and develop positive relationships that transcend religion, race and culture. The organization is powered by recent college graduates who dedicate a year of service in host sites.

 

The Community Fellows Program

www.fullcirclefund.org/communityfellows.php
Offers recent college graduates an extraordinary opportunity to work for United Way, one of the most recognized philanthropic non-profit organizations in the nation. The Community Fellows Program is an 11-month paid assignment that combines national training with work in a community-based United Way organization. Upon the successful completion of the program, Fellows will not only have made a significant impact at their host United Way organization, but will also have the opportunity to compete for open positions with the host United Way or other United Way organizations.

 

Public Allies

www.publicallies.org
Advances the skills, networks and experience of diverse young leaders as they strengthen communities, nonprofits and civic participation. Public Allies selects our communities' most promising young leaders who commit to a rigorous and rewarding ten-month program of full-time, paid apprenticeships in community orginizations, team service projects and weekly leadership training.

 

Promise Fellows

http://www.americaspromise.org/APA.aspx

 

Americorps

www.americorps.org

 

AmeriCorps —VISTA

www.americorps.gov/about/programs/vista.asp
AmeriCorps—VISTA members serve in hundreds of nonprofit organizations and public agencies throughout the country -- working to fight illiteracy, improve health services, create businesses, increase housing opportunities, or bridge the digital divide.

 

AmeriCorps —National Civil Community Corps

www.americorps.gov/about/programs/national.asp
AmeriCorps—NCCC is a 10-month residential national service program for young women and men between the ages of 18 - 24. Members serve on environmental projects, education, public safety, disaster relief, and other community needs across the country. Teams meet community needs in cooperation with non-profit programs, state and local agencies, and other community groups.

 

City Year

www.cityyear.org
City Year, an Americorps national service program, brings together young people ages 17 to 24 from diverse backgrounds for a challenging 10-months of service focusing on civic leadership, team building and mobilizing citizens to civic action.

 

Mercy Volunteer Corps

www.mercyvolunteers.org
Mercy Volunteer Corps' placements in the United States require a one-year commitment from August through July each year. International placements are for two years and require additional cross-cultural training in the summer prior to departure for the site.

 

Jesuit Volunteer Corps

www.jesuitvolunteers.org
Provides room/board, stipend, loan deferment, and health insurance for recent grads to live in community and work in community service for one year. Also international opportunities for 3 years in developing countries.

 

Idealist.org

www.idealist.org

 

Volunteer Match

www.volunteermatch.org

 

www.forumea.org

 

www.nafsa.org

 

www.studentjobs.gov