Junior Achievement Classroom Volunteer

Junior Achievement is looking for classroom volunteers.  As a volunteer, you would teach students Kindergarten – 12th grade through pre-developed curriculum about business and economics.  All volunteers must attend a 2 hour long training session.  This is your opportunity to share your life experiences with students and help provide a positive impact in their lives.

To volunteer, please call 605-336-7318.


Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders for Outreach Troops

Girls Scouts Dakota Horizons (Black Hills) is seeking Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders for Outreach Troops.  WE BELIEVE IN GIRLS! If you do too be a part of the world’s largest organization for girls and help us change the world, one girl at a time. We are not just   about cookies, camps and crafts anymore. We are building girls of courage, confidence, and character who are making the world a better place.
Volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible and can be tailored to meet the needs and talents of our volunteers and girls alike. Current volunteer opportunities include troop leader or co-leader, community center troop volunteers. All volunteers must complete our volunteer application process, including a background check and interview, to become an approved Girl Scout volunteer.
To volunteer call 605-343-6355.




Adult Mentors with Catholic Social Services


The Pathway to Prosperity program is seeking adult mentors to encourage and support people who are pursuing a skill, trade or education as a pathway toward self-sufficiency.
Volunteers will receive training to equip them with the information and tools on how to work meaningfully with people in poverty. A volunteer will be matched with a person (and their family) who will be working towards their skill, trade, or education. The volunteer will serve as a mentor and support for the person through their program.
To volunteer, or for more information, call 605-348-6086.

Rapid City Girls on the Run Coach & Heart and Sole Coach

Girls on the Run Coaches lead lessons in empowerment, healthy decision making, gossiping, bullying, friendship, trustworthiness, body image, media influence, setting goals, and believing in yourself.
Programs are held at local elementary schools twice a week, immediately after school for an hour and 15 minutes (10 week seasons, in spring)
Interested in learning more about this fun volunteer opportunity? Call Linda Duba, Girls on the Run and Heart & Sole Coordinator at 605-336-3662, ext. 227.

Cleaning Volunteer with the ALS Association

A 72 year old woman living with ALS and her husband in Sturgis is looking for a volunteer to help them two hours per week.  They would like their bathroom and kitchen cleaned and their house dusted and vacuumed. This opportunity is part of our family assistance program. Find out why this program rocks and how you can be a part of it by visiting the ALS Association website.


Donation Sorters

Mommy’s Closet needs assistance with donations.  Help needed sorting through and organizing the donations that come in to Mommy’s Closet.
Mommy’s Closet is a free crisis resource 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.
For more information, call Stacey at 605.341.8336.

Community Schools Clothes Closet

The Community Schools Clothes Closet is located inside of General Beadle Elementary School and houses clothing, shoes, coats and hygiene items for elementary age students.
We are currently seeking volunteers to help us sort the newly donated clothes and assist us when families come to partake in the resource throughout the school year. The clothes closet is open from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, August through May. The majority of families call to make an appointment, but we do accept walk-ins during that time.
Volunteers will help stack clothing in size order on the shelves provided, hang coats/jackets on the rack, and sort shoes by size and place in the shoes closet provided. They will also be interacting with the families that come in to use the resource and document their information on the sheets provided inside the closet.
The Community Schools Clothes Closet impacts many local families and students throughout the school year. Your help in helping keep the closet organized and providing smiles and encouragement to the families who utilize this resource will be beneficial to us!
To volunteer, Express Interest below. For more information, email Morgan VonHaden at Morgan.VonHaden@k12.sd.us.

Women in Science Conference 2018

Youth in Science Rapid City (YISRC) and the Women in Science and Engineering Rapid City (WISERC) are seeking volunteers to help at the annual Women in Science and Engineering Conference.  This one day conference takes place on March 6th from 8am-3pm on the SDSM&T campus.  Building Monitors, Group Leaders, IT support and Registration help is needed.

To volunteer for this opportunity, please call 605-484-2076.