Child Watch- YMCA

Child Watch

YMCA of Rapid City | http://www.rcymca.org

YMCA Child Watch is looking for Volunteers! This is a free drop-in child care service for children ages 6 weeks through 5th grade, available to YMCA parents, grandparents or legal guardians who are utilizing the Y. Our volunteers are never left alone and if your own children have not completed 5th grade, they are able to come with you while you volunteer 1 4-hour shift each week. Must be at least 18 years old. Current shifts available: M-F 8:00-12:00, 9:30-1:30 or 3:30-7:30

If you’re looking for a place to make a difference, meet people and enjoy interacting with children, fill out a volunteer application today. For more information, call (605) 718-9622.

Girls on the Run Coach- Embe

Girls on the Run Coach

Embe http://www.embe.org/

Embe is looking for women interested in a volunteer opportunity that helps to build confidence in young girls! Combines training for a 5K walk-run with lessons, games and workouts; focuses on educating and preparing girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. The program meets twice a week for 1.25 hours Must be 18+ to volunteer.

All volunteers must commitment to one practice per week and attend our National Coach Training. No running experience necessary!

 Interested in learning more about this fun volunteer opportunity? To volunteer, express Interest below or for more information contact Allison Sinning, EmBe’s Girls on the Run/Heart & Sole Program Coordinator at 605-681-8328 or asinning@embe.org.

Volunteer- Fork Real Café

Weekly Fork Real Café Volunteer

Fork Real Cafe

Volunteers are needed at Fork Real for kitchen food prep/clean-up and dining serving prep/clean-up. Shifts are Monday- Friday and Sunday; Morning 9:30-12:30, Afternoon 12:30-3:30, All day 9:30-3:30. Volunteers have choice of shift but must commit to one per week. Must be 14+ to volunteer; court ordered allowed.

To volunteer, apply on-line at volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=1822419356

For more information email Rhonda for more info rhonda@forkrealcafe.org

Internship- Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board

Internship with Great Plains

Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board offers a variety of meaningful internships to undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of fields. Take advantage of the unique opportunity to work with the tribal nations of the Great Plains, while learning valuable and transferable skills to jumpstart your career. Must be 18+ to volunteer.

Eligibility: Students applying for and participating in the intern program must: Currently be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a student on at least a half-time schedule at an accredited college, university, or vocational-technical program (recent graduates will be considered on a case-by-case basis); Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; Begin the internship with junior standing or above.If you attend a vocational/technical school, you must have at least completed the first year of your program, at least nine months, by the beginning of the internship; Possess strong oral and written communication skills; Agree to and abide by the rules and regulations of the intern program and GPTCHB policies and procedures; and Demonstrate proficiency in utilizing technology, including: Office software suite knowledge (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, Excel) Email usage (sending messages and attachments) General internet usage (searching, downloading, etc.).

To apply, visit https://gptchb.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=12

or call Annie at (605) 721-1922

Deputy Reserve Program

Pennington County Sheriff’s Office | http://www.pennco.org

The Reserve Program is currently looking for individuals who to volunteer their time to assist the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office with man-power needs, projects, and expertise that are vital to the Mission of our office. To volunteer or for more information about the Reserve Program, please contact Sgt. Matt Sargent or Lt. Tony Verchio at 605-394-6113.

Awareness & Outreach Committee

Black Hills Regional Homeless Coalition |

The Black Hills Regional Homeless Coalition is working to raise awareness about the impact of homelessness in the community. BHRHC is seeking members for their awareness committee; a year-round awareness of homeless issues and efforts. This includes website, Facebook, media presence, PSAs and bi-yearly poverty simulations. The Awareness Committee meets on the 1st Monday of every month at 1 pm.


To volunteer, call Sara at (605) 341-8336

Donation Desk Volunteer- Mommy’s Closet

Volunteers of America is seeking volunteers to help at the Mommy’s Closet donation desk from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Any amount of time is appreciated! Mommy’s Closet is a free cirisis provider that lends a helping hand to moms, dads, and families with children under the age of five. Mommy’s Closet provides assistance by supplying necessities to help take care of babies and children. Volunteer opportunity requires a background check. To volunteer calll 605-341-8336 option 2 for Stacey Rosdahl

Check-In Desk Volunteer- YMCA of Rapid City

The YMCA seeks front line volunteers to provide friendly, professional and extraordinary customer service to all members, potential members and visitors who use the YMCA. Volunteers are responsible for checking-in members, assigning locker keys, folding towels and other tasks as needed.

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For more information, call at (605) 718-9622.

YMCA of Rapid City | http://www.rcymca.org

Volunteer Opportunities- B-One Thrift Store

The Team Ellsworth Spouse Club (TESC) manages and operates the B-One Thrift Shop and is looking for volunteers. Anyone 12 years and older can volunteer. Volunteers are welcome to either assist in sorting and/or pricing on Mondays between 9AM-1PM or to help during business hours which are currently Tuesdays and Thursdays 9AM-1PM. Volunteer sorting days will be posted on the “B-One Thrift Store” Facebook page. Individual Volunteers do not need to sign up in advance. Groups of volunteers are welcome and are encouraged to reach out through Facebook or email at eafbboneyard@gmail.com to coordinate an available time slot.

Volunteers are needed for the following days: bonethriftweblogo_2017_.240101208_std

Mondays 9AM-1PM Closed Open to Volunteers only

Tuesdays and Thursdays 9AM-1PM Open to the Public

Volunteer Opportunities- B-One Thrift Store

The Team Ellsworth Spouse Club (TESC) manages and operates the B-One Thrift Shop and is looking for volunteers. Anyone 12 years and older can volunteer. Volunteers are welcome to either assist in sorting and/or pricing on Mondays between 9AM-1PM or to help during business hours which are currently Tuesdays and Thursdays 9AM-1PM. Volunteer sorting days will be posted on the “B-One Thrift Store” Facebook page. Individual Volunteers do not need to sign up in advance. Groups of volunteers are welcome and are encouraged to reach out through Facebook or email at eafbboneyard@gmail.com to coordinate an available time slot.

Volunteers are needed for the following days: bonethriftweblogo_2017_.240101208_std

Mondays 9AM-1PM Closed Open to Volunteers only

Tuesdays and Thursdays 9AM-1PM Open to the Public