Each semester, Hillel plans a Mitzvah Day, a day where university students give back to their community by volunteering with local organizations in the Boston area. The philosophy of the project is to have students donate their time rather than their money. Mitzvah Day for this semester is scheduled for Sunday, March 30th, 2014, and Hillel would love to have you join.
If you would like to join, the link to sign up is: http://www.bu.edu/hillel/mitzvah
The Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/300049293477342/.
Who: Energetic, engaged and empowered individuals who want to volunteer
What: IGNITE the NITE – Boston GLOW’s annual fundraising gala. The event will include cocktails and appetizers, live music, a silent auction and more.
Volunteer Roles: We are definitely in need of volunteers to help set-up Thursday 2/27 (12pm-5pm) and/or break-down Friday 2/28 (10am-12pm). But we are willing to work with volunteers’ personal schedules, we don’t want to turn anyone away who wants to help out!
Where: Artists For Humanity (100 W. 2nd Street Boston 02127 near the Broadway T stop on the Red Line)
Why: It’s great that volunteers get to attend the event for free and 2 free drink tickets, but more importantly volunteers will have an inspiring time supporting a great organization that empowers females of all ages!
For more information, contact: Jessica Mah | email@example.com | (925) 360-3111
May 16 – June 22, 2014
Apply online @ www.dreamcorps.org by Feb 23, 2014
Let Reading Inspire
Dream Corps is recruiting about 40 international volunteers to participate in its 2014 Summer Volunteer Program in rural schools and villages of China. Volunteers will take part in activities that include:
● Establishing and developing libraries: decorations, cataloging books, electronic cataloging system set-ups, and library policymaking.
● Reading programs: “Library Month”, “Reading Aloud”, “Science and Reading”, English Reading, and crafts.
● Understanding and learning from locals: communicating with the local teachers, home visits, community research, and promoting reading in the community.
The program consists of 1 month of online training in April (2 hours per session, 1 session per week); 3 days of on-site training in Beijing; 5 weeks of volunteer work on assigned volunteer sites; and 2 days of concluding forum in Beijing.
Please read the attached “Call for Application” PDF and visit www.dreamcorps.org for more information. For additional questions regarding the application and volunteer selection process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
[PDF files] CallForApplication_EN CallForApplication_CN