Multiple programs include Juniors for Success: Truancy Intervention.
Contact: Jesus Orosco
Address: 2296 A Quimby Road San José, CA. 95122
Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley
You can make a difference in the lives of people affected by diabetes by becoming a Diabetes Society volunteer. Our volunteers use their expertise and experience in leadership, business, health care, marketing, public relations, government relations, fundraising, or clerical work to make a vital difference. We offer flexible schedules and time commitments.
Contact: Community Outreach
Address: Lincoln Ave. Suite 300, San Jose, CA 95125
EHC LifeBuilders is the leading provider of shelter, housing opportunities, and supportive services to people in crisis and those experiencing homelessness in Silicon Valley. We have thrived for 26 years because our leadership, our employees, and the community passionately believe in our mission and our vision of a society without homelessness.
Formerly known as EMQ Children & Family Services or Eastfield Ming Quong. Our programs wrap individualized services around young people and families struggling with emotional problems; collaborates with local schools and community based service providers in helping youth succeed. We’re looking for student volunteer who can provide tutoring services to our children between 6 and 17 years old.
Contact: Aby Naderi
Email: email@example.com Address 1: 251 Llewellyn Ave Campbell, CA 95008 or
Address 2: 232 E. Gish Road, San Jose, CA 95112 (UPLIFT, TBS, RSP, APS)
Environment California is a statewide citizen-base environmental advocacy group. We work to promote clean air, clean water, and preserve our parksand oceans. We are running a campaign to promote clean energy solutions and keep California a leader in the fight to stop global warming by defeating Proposition 23, the dirty energy proposition put on the ballot by Texas oil companies by November 2nd. Our campaign represents an exciting opportunity for students to learn more about environmental issues, learn new skills and work to improve our democracy.
Contact: Julia Ritchie
Address: 369 Broadway, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94133
Evergreen Valley College Center for Service Learning and Public Service
Evergreen Valley College Center for Service-Learning and Public Service offers students, volunteer opportunities in the community that enhances the learning objectives of their Service-Learning classes, meets community needs, encourage cross-cultural awareness, and promote civic and social responsibility. We are currently seeking an intern to help students with their placement, to update our website, and to assist in development of handbooks for students, faculty members and community partners. This unpaid internship offers, flexible hours, great experience and letters of recommendations.
Contact: Marjorie Clark
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 3095 Yerba Buena Road, San Jose, CA 95135
Family Supportive Housing
Serves 35 families and is both short term emergency housing and a program aimed at moving families into more permanent housing through GlennArt Arms Transitional Housing Program and Bridges AfterCare Program both of which provide transitional housing and continued support. We use volunteers in the kitchen, clothes closet, office, Voyager Daycare and the Homework Enrichment Program year round. Full descriptions and days/times can be viewed on the website.
Contact: Susan Webster
Phone: 408.926.8885 Ext.106
Address: 1590 Las Plumas Avenue San Jose, CA 95133
Franklin-McKinley Children's Initiative
Franklin-McKinley Children's Initiative is to become an inclusive, safe, healthy, and caring community where families and service providers recognize their interdependence as they work collaboratively toward sustaining an environment where children and adults thrive. Volunteers are welcome.
Address: Franklin-McKinley School District 645 Wool Creek Drive San Jose, CA 95112
Fresh Lifelines for Youth (Fly Program)
Fly Mentors work one-on-one with youth who are on probation because of alcohol or other drug related charges and support their youth’s development of new behaviors, attitudes, and ambition. Fly Mentors also help their youth discover how to solve problems and have fun without turning to drugs or alcohol.