Northeastern University: Center of Community Services

Service Finder

Welcome to the Service Finder! Community Partners have posted openings and opportunities for which they are currently seeking volunteers. Search below for the right service experience for you!

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Bruins for Babies – March of Dimes Night at the Bruins – 50/50 Volunteer

Activism & Advocacy

Community Development & Outreach

Health

Marketing

Special Events

Sports & Athletics

One-Time

Back Bay/South End

West End

Help the March of Dimes raise funds and awareness by volunteering at the Boston Bruins game on March 5, 2019! Volunteers will arrive at the TD Garden at 5:30 pm for a 7:00 pm game. You will interact with fans and assist with 50/50 Raffle sales, as well as Mystery Puck sales, which will run until the end of the 2nd period. We ask that anyone interested in volunteering is outgoing and comfortable speaking in front of a crowd. Volunteers will have the option of staying to watch the remainder of the game after fulfilling all volunteer responsibilities. All volunteers ...

“Bridge” Builder

Activism & Advocacy

Arts & Culture

Community Development & Outreach

One-Time

Summer 1: May - June

Boston

Fenway

ARCK is hosting our newest community event, entitled Miles of Murals: Walls that Speak. We need help with: Check-in/Registration, Selling t-shirts, Overseeing path, Gallery, Set-up, and Take-down. ...

Volunteer at the Local Food and Specialty Crop Trade Show at Northeastern University

Environmental

Food Justice

Marketing

Special Events

One-Time

Back Bay/South End

Roxbury

The Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts will be holding the Annual Local Food and Specialty Crop Trade Show will be on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. We’re looking for volunteers to help with set up, break down, distributing surveys, and assisting vendors and attendees as needed. Volunteer shifts are 4hrs long and all volunteers receive a t-shirt and either breakfast or lunch. ...

Sibshop Adult Volunteers Needed!

Disability Services

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

Short Series 3-5 Events

Metro West

The Boston Ability Center is honored to host Sibshops, a nationally acclaimed program just for brothers and sisters of children with special needs. Each Sibshop gives participants the opportunity to engage in recreational activities that encourage sharing, laughter, and fun! Volunteers will have the chance to participate in activities with the sibs. Volunteers who are also adult siblings of individuals with special needs will be able to share their experiences with participants. We have found that this greatly enhances the Sibshop experience for all! ...

College Access Coach for Let’s Get Ready

Community Development & Outreach

Off-Campus

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

Spring: January - April

Outside of Boston

As a College Access Coach, you are on the frontlines of educational equity as a tutor, role model, and mentor. Volunteer as an SAT coach to a small group of high school students in your community and guide them as they begin the college application process. College Access Coaches can specialize in either the math or verbal sections of the SAT. Coaches are needed at the Malden site, close to the Orange Line stop Malden Center. ...

Saturday Morning Outdoor Volunteer Opportunity

Health

Off-Campus

Special Events

Sports & Athletics

One-Time

Boston

Outside of Boston

The early bird gets the worm… They also get to cheer on the amazing runners who are training for the Boston Marathon on Saturday mornings! The Alzheimer’s Association has a team of over 30 runners participating in the 2019 Marathon and raising funds for the organization. They need your volunteer support to meet them out on the route to provide water, Gatorade and encouragement! Volunteers are needed each Saturday through April 6th from approximately 7:15 – 11am and must have their own vehicle. ...

Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Health

Off-Campus

Special Events

Fall: September - December

One-Time

Ongoing

Spring: January - April

Summer 1: May - June

Summer 2: July - August

Boston

The Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk presented by Hyundai raises the most money of any single-day walk in the nation and has raised more than $135 million for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s fight against cancer since 1989. In 2018, more than 8,200 participants and 1,000 volunteers took to the Boston Marathon® course and raised more than $8.5 million. Start a team with your club or organization, classmates, teammates, roommates, or anyone who wants to walk to defeat cancer on Sunday, September 22, 2019! ...

Baskets for Babies – March of Dimes Night at the Celtics – 50/50 Volunteer

Activism & Advocacy

Community Development & Outreach

Health

Marketing

Special Events

Sports & Athletics

One-Time

West End

Help the March of Dimes raise funds and awareness by volunteering at the Celtics game on March 18, 2019! Volunteers will arrive at the TD Garden at 5:30 pm and interact with fans and assist with 50/50 Raffle sales, which will run until the end of halftime. We ask that anyone interested in volunteering is outgoing and comfortable speaking in front of a crowd. All volunteers will also receive a March of Dimes t-shirt, as well as a gift card to be used at the TD Garden concession stands. ...

Youth Mental Health First Aid Certification

Activism & Advocacy

Administrative Support

Community Development & Outreach

Financial Literacy

Food Justice

Health

Hunger/Homelessness

On-Campus

Sports & Athletics

Translation Services

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

One-Time

Back Bay/South End

LEAD, Inc. has certified 600+ students in Youth Mental Health First Aid! Join the movement! Many of us and our friends struggle with mental health issues in college. According to the CDC, suicide is the second leading cause of death in youth ages 10-24, and 75% of all lifetime cases of mental illness expose themselves before age 24. How can you help? Become certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid through NU’s student-founded nonprofit, Let’s Empower, Advocate, and Do, Inc. (LEAD). Just as CPR certification helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone ages ...

Cristo Rey Boston High School Math Tutoring

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

Spring: January - April

Dorchester

We have a lot of students struggling in Pre-calculus and Algebra II at the junior level. We are looking for tutors to come in weekly and give extra one-on-one help to our students. This can either be during school or after school based on your schedule. Our in-school hours vary depending on the day, but it will take place within the hours of 9AM-2PM. After school hours will be from 3:05PM until 4:45PM. This can be shortened depending on the need of the student and your schedule. Tutoring will consist of supporting the students with homework, helping them understand classwork and ...

Student Activity Leaders (SALs)

Community Development & Outreach

Health

Off-Campus

Sports & Athletics

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

Spring: January - April

Back Bay/South End

Dorchester

Roslindale

Roxbury

South Boston

Family Gym is a health and wellness program for children and families ages 3-8 years old and is run by the Foundation for BCYF. Our goal is childhood obesity prevention. We teach children and families fun ways to fit physical activity, nutrition, and other healthy habits into their lives. Our program is free to all patrons of Boston and runs on Saturday mornings only. Family Gym is looking for any volunteers that are interested in health, nutrition, physical activity, obesity prevention, or working with children to join the team! Volunteers serve as Student Activity Leaders, and are in charge of ...

Website update

Financial Literacy

Marketing

Senior Adults

Special Events

Tutoring/Teaching Adults

Short Series 3-5 Events

Summer 1: May - June

Dorchester

Mattapan

The Compassionate Care Center a non profit organization at the Mattapan neighborhood community. We are looking for volunteer to update our website and in certain other areas where help is really needed. Thanks ...

Make a difference in the lives of Syrian refugees from your dorm room!

Activism & Advocacy

Tutoring/Teaching Adults

Academic Year: September - April

Outside of Boston

Our mission is to bridge gaps in language, higher education, and professional skills training for conflict-affected individuals. By harnessing virtual learning technology and the benefits of peer-to-peer connections, we seek to provide a means of pursuing educational and employment opportunities. We match individuals affected by conflict with personal English language tutors for 16 week sessions conducted via Skype and other video conferencing platforms. With a 1-2 hour per week commitment, our tutors make critical and tangible change in both the daily lives and trajectories of our students. ...

10th Grade Tutor (Math or ELA)

Off-Campus

Other

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

Spring: January - April

Dorchester

Codman Academy Charter Public School is seeking Math and Humanities Tutor candidates to provide individualized instruction to grade 10 students. If you are interested in becoming an educator, working as a Tutor is a great way to sharpen your teaching skills while getting to know the inner workings of schools. Tutor Training provided on-site. Work-Study eligible students paid $14/hr; Volunteers receive a Charlie Card on us! ...

9th Grade Tutor (Math or ELA)

Off-Campus

Other

Tutoring/Mentoring Youth

Spring: January - April

Dorchester

Codman Academy Charter Public School is seeking Math and Humanities Tutor candidates to provide individualized instruction to grade 9 students. If you are interested in becoming an educator, working as a Tutor is a great way to sharpen your teaching skills while getting to know the inner workings of schools. Tutor Training provided on-site. Work-Study eligible students paid $14/hr; Volunteers receive a Charlie Card on us! ...

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