Promoting Volunteerism

Promoting Volunteerism:

Before sharing your organization’s volunteer opportunities, think about...

  • What type of volunteer opportunities do you offer?
  • What is the level of commitment?
  • Can this work be done online or in person?
  • How and where are you promoting volunteering opportunities?
  • What is in the description?

How #StandWithImmigrants can help your organization:

  • Promoting your volunteer opportunities on our website

Resources:

Where to post volunteer opportunities:

  • Local volunteer boards/search engines, such as New York Cares
  • Communities centers
  • Libraries
  • College campuses

 

How to write volunteer descriptions:

General guide to best practices on writing volunteer descriptions:
https://knowhow.ncvo.org.uk/your-team/volunteers/recruiting/writing

Selected Examples of Volunteer Position Descriptions for Immigrant Service Related Work:

Volunteer Roles and Sample Job Description (Naturalization Tutor)

Volunteer Roles and Sample Job Description (Civics-Based ESL and Citizenship Instructor )

Volunteer Roles and Sample Job Description (Pro Bono Attorney)

Volunteer Roles and Sample Job Description (Workshop Volunteer)

Resources on how to write volunteer positions in legal settings:

What Volunteers Can and Can’t Do in Legal Work

10 Tasks for a Volunteer in Your Legal Office

Volunteer Roles and Sample Job Description (Summer Legal Intern)

Volunteer Roles and Sample Job Description (Legal Intern)

Promoting Volunteerism
Promoting Volunteerism
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