You can also search for volunteer opportunities online at VolunteerMT.org.

 

Community Organizations:  Have an opportunity you want to see listed here and also to go out on our The HUB e-newsletter email?  Visit the following link to submit your opportunity! Please note that volunteer opportunities will be removed after 6 months. The HUB e-newsletter with service opportunities will be sent the first and third Tuesday of each month.


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upcoming volunteer opportunities

 

Montana Wilderness Association, Madison-Gallatin Chapter, has a Wilderness Stewardship program and we are looking for people that care about minimizing impacts of increasing numbers of visitors to our local trails that access Wilderness or Wilderness Study areas.

How to help:

Wilderness trail crews: Richard Lyon ( richardglyon@att.net ) and Dean Center
( kadmcenter@yahoo.com ) are both involved with our trail crews. June 1 the trail crew will be working on Lava Lake trail, and June 7th is the date listed for our trail crew to be working on Cliff Creek trail (on the Paradise Valley side of the Gallatin range). These dates are fast approaching so please contact Richard or Dean to get your name on the list for one or both of these trail work days. Equipment is provided.

Wilderness Stewards: Currently monitoring Lava Lake and Beehive Basin trails for the Forest Service, we look to add Emerald Lake and Hyalite Creek trails to our list. Practicing LNT and Authority of the Resource ethics, we are a friendly presence on the trails, counting cars at the trailhead, along with hikers, dogs, and campers that we encounter on the trail. We also note trail conditions that need attention. We report what we find back to the Forest Service and to our trail crews to help them manage these areas. You can contact Roxanna McLaughlin (gaia_maid@yahoo.com) if you are interested. Training can be done by walking with an experienced Wilderness Steward just once, and from then on you can monitor the trail of your choice as frequently as you like.

Interested in supporting the Red Ants Pants Foundation by volunteering at the 2019 Red Ants Pants Music Festival? Well, it takes an army of ants to put on this event, and we’d love your help!Each year we recruit nearly 250 volunteers in a variety of roles to lend a hand in making this event happen, and there are a variety of opportunities available for you to get involved.


Here’s what’s in it for you:
– A one-day festival pass for each day you complete a 4.25-hour volunteer shift;
– An exclusive festival T-Shirt just for volunteers;
– That oh-so-good feeling that only comes from working with a team to make amazing things happen in a cow pasture while celebrating the magic of our state’s rural communities and the power of bringing people together with music!

http://redantspants.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/?id=36899

Middle Creek Montessori School
We are looking for 20 volunteers to help us host our annual Spring Fling Carnival!

We would be extremely appreciative if you would consider helping us out on Saturday May 18thh from 10am to 4pm, running carnival games, selling and collecting tickets, hosting at food and treat kiosks and helping with field games.
It’s a fun and family friendly event that benefits our not for profit school.
Lunch will be provided for you.
Come help us put some smiles on little faces!
Check us out at: www.middlecreekmontessori.org

email Dana at: danabryce@aol.com 

Make someone's day by delivering flowers to Rest Homes in Bozeman! Call Carol at 406-548-1212! 

Family Promise is an interfaith non-profit organization committed to helping homeless families achieve independence.  We provide shelter, meals, and a welcoming friendly environment.  Our church, First Presbyterian, especially needs volunteers to help us with this commitment.  

johnjudyharrison@yahoo.com

Posted 1/23/19

 

 

reoccurring volunteer opps

 

We are looking for volunteers to spend time with the elderly residents of Mountain View Care Center! Activities could include visiting with residents, playing instruments, assisting with crafts, reading, taking residents outside, playing games, and pet therapy (must supply vaccination records  and have approval from Activity Director). We’d love for you to share your skills or company with the residents. If interested, please contact Lorraine Lehnerz at lorraine.lehnerz@mountainvcc.com or at 406-565-8566. 

Do you like to sort through fun old photos and organize them? We would love your help! The goal is to categorize them by date and topic so we can mail them to a company and get them scanned. Then we can share them electronically for advertising, marketing and fundraising, which means you will be helping more children have fun experiences in the outdoors, learning about science and nature! Please contact Jacque Dunn at info@outdoorscience.org or 406-582-0526

Posted: 10/18

MOSS is in need of a caretaker/custodian to help maintain our office so that it remains clean and tidy.

Ideally we would like a time commitment of 1-2 hours per week, on the same day each week. 1-2 hours per month would also be beneficial.

Responsibilities include vacuuming, dusting, washing dishes, organizing shelves, and cleaning the bathroom. If you are interested in helping with some but not all of these responsibilities, that is ok.

Please contact Jacque Dunn at info@outdoorscience.org or 406-582-0526

Posted 10/18

Make a difference in Your Community 2 or more hours a week! Work with girls in grades K-5 When: Oct – Dec 2018, 1+ days a week Date: Monday, Wednesday or Friday Time: Monday and Wednesday 3:30-5:30 or Friday 2:30-4:30 Help to prepare girls to empower themselves to make the world a better place! Contact: Judy @ judys@gsmw.org or 800-736-5243 x 2305

Peer Partners are currently enrolled MSU students who support LIFE Schoalrs, students with intellectual or develmental disabilities, in both academics and campus engagement. Peer Partners work together with LIFE Scholars to help them succeed in their classes, get involved in the campus community and have a successful college experience. 

Peer Partner Application

Peer Partner Flyer

Posted: 8/15

Habitat Restore helper. We have many fun opportunities! Greet customers, assist with donation processing, sorting and shelving. Organize and straighten various departments (books, lighting, hardware, paint, furniture, etc.). Work in our warehouse and outside yards to stack and store cabinets, doors, windows, and appliances (heavy lifting required). Do you like road trips? We need help with donation pickups and landfill runs. If you like to fix things, why not challenge yourself to to our late model lawn mowers and washing machines? Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley Inc. has built 75 homes in our community since 1991. Our ReStore sells donated items (mostly home improvement related) and uses the money to build decent and affordable homes. We offer a fun and inclusive atmosphere with great discounts and a flexible schedule. Call our ReStore at (406) 388-2851 to speak with Herb or at Habitatbozeman.org On Going, Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 4:00. Various schedules available.

Posted: 8/13

Latenight Bus Attendants ride around with the bus driver on the Latenight Streamline and ensure the safety of the bus for both the passengers and the driver. Bus attendants make sure that no passenger gets too rowdy, that alcohol remains off the bus altogether, and ensures everyone is going to get where they are going. We want to get our passengers safely home and make sure that they are happy on the bus. If the situation arises, an attendant must also make sure to de-escalate a fight or call the police in case of a fight. Essentially, the attendant is the foremost authority on the bus who must ensure that the flow of the bus is not interrupted in anyway. This means being an enforcer, janitor, or just a friend depending on any given situation. Questions? asmsulatenight@montana.edu

Posted: 2/24/17

summer volunteer opportunities

Volunteering to help with set-up, general help during the event and take-down. www.slamfestivals.org/volunteer

Spend one day a week with a Little hiking, whitewater rafting, zip lining, working with horses, raptors and more! Summer Buddies is a free program for Littles in our program but we need one caring adult to be matched with them for the summer to enjoy all the FREE activities we provide. As a volunteer you will have the opportunity to come to all activities for free, build a relationship with a young person that wants a role model in their life. You will need to pass a background check and go through our application process. Please contact us if you're interested.

Please contact us: Kathy Martin kathym@bbbsparkcounty.org 406-222-1930

Member Duties : The Summer Associate will support the library staff by planning and implementing programs for school children. This will include hands-on activities related to science, technology, art, engineering and mathematics. (STEAM). Most of the activities will take place on the Bozeman Public Library Bookmobile, but activities at the library may be a possibility. The Summer Associate will assist library staff with summer programming, including the Summer Reading Program (for children and adults). For the Summer Reading Program, the Summer Associate will lead story times and craft activities, as well as track Summer Reading Logs and help out with associated tasks. The Summer Associate will assist library staff in marketing Bookmobile services and other library related services by creating flyers, door hangers and other informational materials. The Summer Associate will assist library staff in promoting library services and helping patrons sign up for library cards during special events.

 

Learn more here!

Are you looking for a way to get involved, but you don't have a lot of time or you might be gone for parts of the summer?  Consider volunteering with Summer Lunch.  Join us at one of our Volunteer training/orientations to learn more. 

AmeriCorps Summer Associate positions receive a monthly stipend along with an education award at the end (about $1,200), additionally, MSU will match the education award if you use it towards MSU expenses. 

You will need to make an account with My AmeriCorps to apply.  




Submit Your Upcoming Volunteer Opportunity

Have an upcoming volunteer opportunity? Please submit your information and we will include it on this page as well as send out to our Volunteer Reserves listserv. Please note that volunteer opportunities will be removed after 6 months. Please note: Volunteer Reserves emails are only sent the first and third Tuesday of the month.

Visit the following link to submit your opportunity.