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Job#Job TitleJob DescriptionQualificationsDays/HoursPay RateLocation
1301 Various Volunteer Opportunites N/A N/A N/A N/A Sonora, CA
1315 Various Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Include: Construction, Lunch Crew to provide lunches at construction site, ReStore, Administrative Help, and Groups. For more info, visit the website at No experience necessary. Must be at least 16 years of age. Fill out a yearly waiver. Complete a one-time safety course. More info on website. On website N/A Sonora, CA
1313 Volunteer Legislative ambassador A volunteer Legislative Ambassador is an American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network volunteer that works with, and provides support to, legislative advocacy staff and leadership as well as providing support for local, state and federal advocacy activities in California. Volunteer Legislative Ambassadors play an integral part in helping the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network's goal to make cancer a top national priority with elected officials. NOTE: Though the ACS CAN office is located in Sacramento, we need volunteers from across California. Living in or near Sacramento is by no means required. Responding to and sharing ACS CAN action alerts. --Recruiting new Volunteer Legislative Ambassadors --Recruiting new ACS CAN members --Participating in ambassador trainings and conference calls when possible --Attending several ACS CAN and/or American Cancer Society events each year to showcase advocacy accomplishments, recruit new ambassadors, and engage the public in our grassroots advocacy efforts --Sending a letter of introduction to your elected officials --Sending letters to the editor and op-ed pieces to local media as needed --Showcasing advocacy accomplishments, recruiting ambassadors, and engaging the public in our grassroots advocacy activities at external events whenever possible Volunteer Volunteer Sacramento , CA
1312 Merchandise Processor/Customer Service Help sort incoming merchandise, price items & stock on floor. General customer service including helping customers unload merchandise, direct them to products, & general organizing. Willing to have fun, help out & learn about building materials. Any time Wed-Sat 9am-5pm Volunteer Sonora, CA
1311 Player Pitch Managers-Little League If you have ever wanted to experience the joy of coaching, now is the time. We need a manager for each team who is able to schedule practices, maintain equipment & organize the assistant coaches. We can provide training on how to run a team and make sure you have assistants who can help. It doesn't take a tremendous amount of baseball knowledge to be a manager, most parents will help how/when they can. varies Volunteer-Unpaid Jamestown, CA
1321 Various Volunteer Opportunities Looking for volunteers in following areas: docents to help lead school & public tours at the museum & conduct outreach; administration volunteers to asist with grant writing; exhibit & facilities volunteers to work on carpentry projects; collections volunteers to conduct historical photo scanning. You're invited to attend a Volunteer Orientation at the museum to learn more about how you can join our motivated team. N/A At least 4 hrs/month Thurs-Mon 10am-4pm Unpaid Angels Camp, CA
1320 Invasive Species Control Intern At New Melones Lake, ensure park's quagga mussel prevention policies are followed by boaters, give presentations about site resources, develop & deliver short environmental education programs, & general day to day interactions w/visitors. Must be professional in conduct & appearance, & be personable & helpful. PT w/possibility of becoming FT into summer. Living allowance & Americorps Education Award New Melones
1319 Legal Office Internship Complete complex legal research, analyze law sources such as: statutes, ordinances, court decisions, legal documents and articles for use in preparing legal documnets such as briefs, contracts, opinions, draft correspondence, and attend court hearings with attorneys. Also, indentify additional actions to be taken, draft and review ordinances and contracts, attend Board meetings and scanning/filing documents, clerical duties&law office management. A minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalency. Also, Submit a 1-2 page research or analytical assignment and ant least two references from a professor and/or employer. TBA Intern volunteer 2 units of credit Sonora, CA
1318 Intership Opportunities are available in a nariety of departments The number of internships varies by site and need. Internships generally follow a traditional college school schedule of September-December, January-April, and May-August. A typical internship is 12-16 weeks. Age 18 or older, requirements will depend upon position of interest. 12-16 weeks; 8-10 hours per week Volunteer Sacramento, Ca
1322 Receptionist (volunteer) Greet clients, answer phones, provide information to the public, assist staff as necessary, prepare materials for workshops and meetings, other duties as needed. Knowledge of customer service, telephone/communications skills, knowledge of basic office procedures and machines, computers, word processor. Monday-Thursday schedule TBA volunteer San Andreas, CA
1317 Grant Writer WRITER Mt. Ranch Youth Alliance and Resource Center a 501(3)c rural community non-profit seeks an experienced professional to join its management team as a Grant Writer Volunteer Intern. The individual selected will identify, define, and develop funding sources to support existing and planned program activities as well as coordinate the development, writing, and submission of grant proposals to third-party entities. The position is also responsible for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data on the performance of program activities that are funded by third-party public and private sources Bachelor's degree or have worked in related discipline with a minimum of three years of related experience and a proven track record in grant writing and program development. Candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be proficient in research, interpreting, and analyzing diverse data and possess the ability to work collaboratively and independently to achieve stated goals. 10-20 hours per week DOE Mt Ranch, CA
1316 classroom aides One on one or small group instruction/assistance in language, math, science, social studies, art& or P.E. Prep for special projects& assignments; clerical tasks such as filing, scoring students work and intramural sports activities at lunch/recess. Intrest in teaching/education.Helping children become better students and people, working with kids in recreation, camp or church youth setting is desired but not required. 2-3 sessions per week, or up to 60 hours a semester volunteer Tuolumne, CA
1314 Construction Crew Leader 2 postions open; provide training and leadership for volunteers, act as a liaison between volunteers and Habitat staff; conduct volunteer outreach. Ability to read and understand building plans; familiar with construction terms; ability to work in teams; willing to listen, teach, recognize good work and ensure quality workmanship; must have valid CADL. TBA VOLUNTEER with stipend Sonora, CA
1310 Older Adult aid Two Positions available: Outreach and Engagement Activities include, visiting, reading, watching a favorite movie, lunches, walks, crafts, and more. Helping isolated older adults by providing much needed transportation to doctor’s appointments, pharmacies, and grocery stores, or meeting other important transportation needs. Mileage reimbursement is available. Time, and a kind heart. D.O.E Volunteer Sonora, CA
1309 Collection Data / Inventory Assistant People willing to assist with this project will become knowlegeable in Past Perfect (the Museum's software), will discover what exactly is in the Museum's collection and will enjoy being part of a team that is documenting that collection. Basic computer experience (use e-mail, search engines). Organized and a Team Player. An inquisitive mind and a can do spirit. Flexible Volunteer Sonora, CA
1308 Photo Scanner Scan photos, either ones that are already accessioned or photos needing to be accessioned, into the computer system. The scanner must follow museum accessioning methods. A Photo Scanner may be required to fulfill request An inquisitive mind with the ability to creatively problem solve is extremely important. Basic computer experience (e-mail and search engines) Flexible Volunteer Sonora, CA
1307 Vintage Clothing Collection Assistant Preserve and Protect the Historical Society's vintage clothing by carefully following proper preservation methods. The delicate clothing and textiles may require accessioning in which case careful adherence to standards for vintage clothing is essential. An inquisitive mind with the ability to creatively problem solve is extremely important. Basic computer experience (e-mail and serch engines. Flexible Volunteer Sonora, CA
1306 Research Assistant Research the answers to inquiries from the public, from writers, and from historians, etc. An inquisitive mind with the ability to creatively problem solve is extremely important. Basic computer experience (e-mail and search engines) Flexible Volunteer Sonora, CA
1305 Publications Working independently to assist with writing and/or researching articles of importance to Tuolumne County history, including its people, communities, and buildings. Will work under the supervision of a Publications Committee member. Research may be done at the Carlo De Ferrari Archive, Tuolumne County Recorder’s Office, the Tuolumne County Library, Columbia College Library, and other such facilities. Willingness to work independently or with others, good writing skills, attention to detail, willingness to learn about Tuolumne County research resources. Should be proficient in Microsoft Word. Flexible 3-4 hours/week Volunteer Sonora, CA
1302 Warehouse Volunteer Volunteer in warehouse to bag and distribute food, inventory, and clean warehouse. Must be able to lift a minimum of 50lbs. Willing to work in a warehouse environment. Open 8:30-5:00 Monday-Friday Volunteer San Andreas, CA
1303 Museum Docent As a museum docent, the volunteer will become knowledgeable about Tuolumne County's rich history, act as an interpreter of various exhibits, and work well with museum visitors, which include accurately handling money and sales receipts for gift shop items. Willingness to work independently and with others; enthusiastic attitude, especially when conducting tours and managing visitors (including children); ability to learn narratives associated with history; attention to detail. Flexible 8 hours/month Volunteer Sonora, CA
1304 History Center Volunteer Working in the History research Center, a volunteer will attend museum software training sessions, learning data entry procedures for the Museum’s collection; and/or assist with Museum exhibits and the preservation of various collections; and/or chip in with the maintenance of the facility and the museum’s garden. Willingness to work independently or with others; attention to detail, especially with data entry on a computer; and/or an ability to be flexible with the issue of the moment, contributing good will and energy for the tasks to be tackled. Flexible 3-4 hours/week Volunteer Sonora, CA

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