RISE HOTLINE Our human trafficking hotline operates 24/7 which requires the support of our dedicated volunteers. This is not a public-facing hotline. Volunteers answer this hotline during Signs of HOPE business hours, after hours, on weekends, and on holidays. RISE hotline duties: Answering hotline calls that come directly from trained service providers. While volunteering, you will gain…

Our phone hotline operates 24/7 which requires the support of our dedicated volunteers. Volunteers answer this hotline after Signs of HOPE business hours, on weekends, and on holidays. Phone hotline duties include: Answering hotline calls which can range from general questions from the public to a client in immediate crisis and needing support. Responding to…

Our in-office volunteers are a vital part of helping the SOH offices run smoothly. We are always looking for friendly volunteers who can help our clients feel welcomed.   Administrative duties include: Running the front desk Answering the door Checking in clients Scheduling appointments and answering phones Volunteers may also be given special tasks working…

Signs of HOPE has made it a goal to increase our community engagement efforts, and our volunteers are essential to meeting this goal. Shifts are on a first come first served basis when a request is submitted. Outreach & event duties include: Tabling on the organization’s behalf Handing out information & resources Speaking with the…

Administrative volunteers provide valuable office and clerical support. Duties include filing, word processing, mailings, distribution of printed materials, research and data input.

V​olunteers assisting with exhibition installation become part of a team responsible for prepping, painting, labeling, and cleaning. Artifact handling training is required and provided by museum staff. Curatorial support includes assistance with data entry, research, filing and special projects.

Customer service volunteers interested in staffing the Museum Store or the admissions desk serve as the primary contact between the Museum and the general public. A friendly welcoming attitude is required. Duties include greeting and assisting guests, coat/bag check and selling gift items, tickets and tuition.

A project leader teaches members in a specific project area, such as rabbits, computers or fashion review. You can expect to spend 1-2 hours of preparation time for every 1 hour of club or project activity. Leaders’ meetings or other training may be held for 1-2 hours each month.

A 4-H club team, general or organizational leader provides overall leadership to the club, oversees the group structure and operation, while serving as the club’s contact with Extension employees and the 4-H Council. They coordinate members, parents and other leaders. 4-H club leaders act as individuals, a team or a group of people, each of…

An afterschool or school enrichment volunteer teaches 4-H curriculum, such as gardening, science or arts and crafts, to an Afterschool group or school class(es).

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