Pharmacy Volunteer- American Red Cross

The American Red Cross is seeking Pharmacy volunteers to assist at the 28th Medical Group, Ellsworth Air Force Base . Volunteers must have current base access and a  six month commitment is required. Volunteer opportunities are available during weekdays (Monday-Friday) 7:30 am- 4:30 pm. Some positions may require a 4 or 8 hour time commitment per shift.

Pharmacy Volunteer Duties:

  • Organizing bins of medications
  • Checking medication labels
  • Dispensing Medications
  • Pre-packing
  • Stocking medications
  • Other pharmacy duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Preferred: Registered as a Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacy Technician Trainee or Pharmacist Intern. Highly mature, professional individuals may be considered for admin duties.
  • Must be dependable
  • Must have a friendly and professional demeanor

Training:

  • Orientation to the American Read Crossredcross-logo.png.img_
  • Any required clinic/hospital orientation/ training
  • HIPAA training
  • On the job training

For more information contact Michele Lewis at 605-342-4010  Ext: 2173

 

Administrative Assistant-American Red Cross

The American Red Cross is seeking Administrative Assistant volunteers to assist at the 28th Medical Group, Ellsworth Air Force Base. Volunteers must have current base access and a  six month commitment is required. Volunteer opportunities are available during weekdays (Monday-Friday) 7:30 am- 4:30 pm. Some positions may require a 4 or 8 hour time commitment per shift.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Answer telephones, take and relay messages
  • Schedule appointments, retrieve and file patient records
  • Greet patients and complete check-in process
  • Check Third Part Insurance Form
  • Copy/Print/Scan documents
  • Perform basic computer/data entry tasks
  • Assist with mail outs
  • Perform clerical duties assigned by the work center supervisor
  • Manage office supply inventories and coordinate maintenance of office equipment

Qualifications:

  • Good interpersonal communication and listening skills
  • Basic clerical, alphabetizing and computer skills
  • Able to understand and  follow directions
  • Able to read instructions, alphabetize and file charts
  • Able to lift maximum of 10 pounds
  • Able to bend, stoop, reach and stand for periods of time

Training:

  • Orientation to the American Read Crossredcross-logo.png.img_
  • Any required clinic/hospital orientation/ training
  • HIPAA training
  • On the job training

For more information contact Michele Lewis at 605-342-4010  Ext: 2173

 

 

The Fall Classic- Special Olympics South Dakota

The Special Olympics South Dakota is seeking volunteers to help out at this years Fall Classic on September 20-22. Volunteer duties include: Officiating/scorekeeping for Bocce on September 20th, providing water to teams, Hospitality, Score runners following games during Softball September 21-22.

To volunteer express interest contact Chad at 605-331-4117 or cvanderpoel@sosd.org

https://sososd-logosd.org

Harvest Festival- Youth & Family Services

Youth & Family Services is seeking volunteers for the upcoming Harvest Festival  on Saturday, September 7 from 8:00-2:30.  The event starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help set-up booths and canopies, relocate supplies, assist at booths and then dismantle the canopies at the end of the event.

To volunteer call 605-342-4195 (extension 2252)

Day of Caring Projects Needed: United Way of the Black Hills

Day of Caring kicks off our fundraising campaign with a community-wide focus on providing a helping hand. This day brings together caring volunteers with agencies and community projects for one day of focused energy. Thousands of volunteers across the Black Hills work on hundreds of projects from gardening to painting. The day allows for everyone to “give a little good” back to the community and make a difference for people. With an economic impact of more than $80,000 to the Black Hills area, this day is more than grabbing a shovel and digging in. It’s about providing that helping hand up to those people and agencies who need it. Make a difference in our community by hosting a volunteer project for the Sturgis Day of Caring on Thursday, September 12th PROJECT REGISTRATION DUE BY Friday, August 30th To submit a project/volunteercall Rosellen at (605) 343-5872

http://unitedwayblackhills.orguwbh-logo-new_0

Volunteer Cashier-Habitat ReStore Rapid City

The Black Hills Area Habitat ReStore is looking for weekly volunteers to help Cashier in the ReStore. The ReStore resells donated building materials and home items to raise money for the construction of Habitat houses in the greater Black Hills Region. Volunteers will help by:
* Assisting customers in making purchases.
* Using our point-of-sale software and cash register system to keep accurate records of sales and inventory.
* Practicing good customer service by welcoming and thanking all customers.
**This Volunteer position does require a background check
** This opportunity is ongoing and volunteer times are flexible for scheduling.
The ReStore is open Monday–Saturday from 9-5 and all hours are open to volunteering. logo-bw
For more information, call (605) 348-9196.

http://www.blackhillshabitat.org

Meal Prep Volunteer- Fork Real Community Café

Fork Real Café is seeking volunteers to assist with preparing meals by chopping, cooking and assembling on Fridays and Saturdays.
Fork Real Café is a place where anyone can come to enjoy a home cooked meal in a dignified setting, regardless of their ability to pay. The goal of Fork Real Café is to bring real conversation back to the table. Fork Real will train volunteers who will work side by side with those who wish to gain additional skills.
For more information call (605) 299-1348. http://www.forkrealcafe.org

Court Appointed Special Advocate- CASA of Rapid City

CASA volunteer advocates are ordinary people who care about children. CASA volunteers come from all backgrounds. Becoming a CASA volunteer advocate requires completion of 30 hours of pre-service training provided by CASA. Topics covered during training include an overview of the juvenile court system in South Dakota, sessions on report writing and information gathering, understanding the effects of child abuse, understanding cultural differences, and the roles of various professionals involved with abuse and neglect cases. All potential volunteers must go through an application/interview process before starting training classes. CASA hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday; and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday. Start the process today! For more information call (605) 394-2203 or visit the lift_up_casa_redblue_rgb_web-300x202website at:

http://www.casaofrapidcity.org

Residential Volunteer- Black Hills Works

Black Hills Works is looking for Residential Volunteers. Volunteers, develop a close friendship with the residents by engaging in many different activities. Go to the movies, walk around the mall, attend sporting events, go fishing, play video games, do arts and crafts, etc… The activities are endless. Volunteer in one of the group homes. Schedules are flexible. For more information call Joe at 605-343-4550.

http://www.blackhillsworks.org

Mentor Instructor- Outdoor Campus West

The Outdoor Campus West is currently seeking  volunteers to be Mentor Instructors. If you are knowledgeable about any outdoor recreation pastime, help strengthen the community by teaching! All activities are needed. These include: hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, fly fishing, canoeing, kayaking, archery, skiing, sport shooting, trapping, etc. A commitment to teaching a minimum of three programs a year is requested, though you can teach as much as you would like. For more information call Luke at 605.394.2538

http://www.outdoorcampus.org