Tuesday, March 18th 2:00pm-5:00pmHelp our clients with practice in interviewing and information gathering at a Mock Job Fair, hosted by our Bronx PROS program.
Minimum age: 24
Dates: 02/15/2024 - 03/30/2024
12 Positions available!
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Assist staff with hands-on help for family and children at the Marx Counseling Center. Work directly with staff to ensure a welcome experience meeting the needs for support on a case by case basis. Assist with client check-in at this busy clinic
Minimum age: 21
Dates: 02/12/2024 - 12/31/2024
4 Positions available!
Help create special self-care bags for the mothers served by The Jewish Board. Make their day special and show that we care.
Dates: 02/08/2024 - 04/30/2024
7 Positions available!
Tuesday, April 2nd 4:00pm-5:30pmJoin our residents in decorating frames to showcase themselves and their artwork. Support our clients in showing their creative side and get to know them as we make our own of a kind artwork.
3 Positions available!
Tuesday, March 19th 4:00pm-5:30pmCelebrate the coming of spring with our adult residents on the Upper Eastside! We will be creating colorful artwork using a variety of materials and enjoying lively conversation together.
Dates: 02/08/2024 - 03/30/2024
Wednesday, April 10th 6:00PM-7:30PMJoin our talented perfromers at our West 124th Street residence for a SIng a long and Dance Party. Cheer our residents on and step up with your favorite moves.
Monday, March 18th 1:30pm-4:30pmHelp provide practice and support for our clients by staffing a Job Fair at our Bronx vocational program. Give our clients the opportunity to practice networking and interviews.
Dates: 01/29/2024 - 03/31/2024
10 Positions available!
We'd love to hear about your ideas and ways that you might like to help the clients at The Jewish Board. Guided by the values of hope, recovery and resilience, each year The Jewish Board has an impact in the lives of over 40,000 individuals and families in New York City.Come join us - let's hear your ideas!!
Dates: 01/05/2024 - 12/30/2024
Unlimited Positions available!
The Mount Eden Bronx PROS Program is looking for a dynamic volunteer that can dedicate 4-5 hours per week Monday-Friday to assist with running different activities (such as arts and crafts, yoga/mindfulness, and more).
Dates: - 12/04/2024
BINGO has become one of the most popular activities for our adult residents in our Manhattan Adult Supportive Program located on the Upper East Side. We currently have ONE opening for a BINGO expert who can lead a lively game every Friday from 4:00-5:00 PM.Become one of the people who make a difference in the lives of a special group of New Yorkers!
Dates: 08/01/2023 - 12/01/2024
Only 1 Position available!
The Jewish Board's Adult Residential Division supports adults with serious and persistent mental illness to live in the community with as much independence as possible. Using a non-judgmental harm reduction approach, staff model and guide the residents to create and meet personalized recovery goals, to develop independent living skills, and to live in a healthy and secure manner.Our adult clients in the White Plains program are eager to learn new ways to express themselves through an art workshop that will harness their talent. Do you have a passion for helping others? Come share with a flair!
Make a difference in less than an hour!We are recruiting ongoing reading support one or twice a month in the afternoon for the children of our residents at our Bronx Shelter. Here's an opportunity to read from one of your favorite childhood books to a captive audience of kids who can''t wait to meet you! After the reading you''ll engage with the kids in a fun drawing exercise where they''ll share their favorite moment with you.Tuesday or Wednesdays will work best in the late afternoon!This cheerful residence, it''s staff and clients will benefit from a volunteer who is confident, self-directed and outgoing.
Minimum age: 18
Want to learn more about Special Events? Can you help with neighborhood outreach to promote our Cycle of Suppport Fundraiser? Come team up with The Jewish Board's Special Event Director and help with various projects during what will be a very busy 2024 event season. Proficiency in Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint along with basic database knowledge is a requirement. You will assist by helping with all aspects of event planning from start to finish. Help to stuff envelopes and keep attendance for events! Fun projects like research for raffle gifts, and small group activities. Work remotely with occasional in office. Approximately 10 hours a week.
Dates: 01/01/2024 - 07/01/2024
Abraham Residence III is an extended-stay Community Residence/Single Room Occupancy (CR/SRO) that provides individual studio apartments for formerly homeless adults with mental illnesses.Our residents are excited to learn vocational skills, health related subjects, and more. Here are a few of the skills they are currently looking to learn:
Cosmetology (Nails, Hair, Makeup)No license is required, but a strong interest and background is preferred. Time commitment is once per month.
Basic Computer Skills (for clients and staff)No background necessary, just ability to teach computer operation basics to new users. Time commitment is twice per month.Arts and Crafts (Art Therapy)Lead art projects with the help of our staff. Time commitment is once per month.Healthy LivingEngage residents with hands on, interactive "healthy living" activities (teach how to take blood pressure, track sugar intake, make healthy foods, be active, etc). Time commitment is twice per month.Cooking InstructorTeach residents how to make simple, healthy, and fun recipes! Assistant Fitness InstructorHelp lead a fitness class hosted by one of the Abe III staff members.
We are looking for people with kitchen expertise who can teach ZOOM cooking and baking classes to our residents. Our current zoom classes are crazy popular and now we're looking to expand!If you love to cook and bake and zoom we want to speak with you!
Zoom communication and and I phone usage can be a challenge for anyone! We still have a need for this type of support!!!We are seeking tech savvy volunteers who can assist our new clients with technology support to prepare for remote clinician visits.
Volunteers assist staff with clerical/data entry and organizational support in the office setting.Inperson or virtual.
Minimum age: 14
This opportunity captures the talent of volunteers seeking to share their skill set in art, dance,music and the performing arts. We're also looking for people who can play games with residents - either in person or virtually.Schedules are flexible and locations vary throughout programs throughout the boroughs.
20 Positions available!