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upcoming volunteer opportunities


What:Gallatin River Cleanup 

VOLUNTEER in advance to be a cleanup leader and recruit a team of four to six people. Cleanup leaders will have the opportunity to request a cleanup assignment.

When: Thursday, August 29th, 2 PM

Where:BIG SKY - Meet at the Big Sky Community Park river pavilion. 

BOZEMAN -  Meet at Simms Fishing Headquarters in Four Corners.

AFTER PARTIES in Big Sky and Four Corners!

Why: Give back to the river you love! Join your community to remove trash from the mainstem Gallatin River and streams in the Big Sky area. This year, we hope to engage 150 volunteers to remove one ton of trash from the Gallatin River! Prizes include Gallatin River Task Force swag for participation and unique item. 



The Nitty Gritty: BIG SKY RESIDENTS MEET at the Big Sky Community Park River Pavilion and BOZEMAN RESIDENTS MEET at Simms Fishing Headquarters in Four Corners to receive cleanup assignments, trash bags, and gloves. Then, we’ll disperse to river access points along the Gallatin River. ARRIVE prepared to handle garbage, walk along streambanks, and wade in the river. RETURN TO COMMUNITY PARK OR FOUR CORNERS around 5 PM for an after party.


WE RECOMMEND that you wear high visibility clothing or a reflective vest, closed-toed shoes, and long pants that you don’t mind getting wet and/or dirty for the cleanup. We will provide rubber gloves; however, if you have a pair of work gloves that you would prefer to wear feel free to bring them! You should also bring: a water bottle, sunscreen, insect repellent, empty laundry detergent containers for sharps, and a small first aid kit (just in case). We will have a first aid kit at the park, but will not be able to be everywhere during the cleanup.

SAFETY FIRST. We have never had an issue in the past, but we would like to remind volunteers not to handle hazardous materials, including drums or containers that may contain toxic waste, needles and other biohazard waste, and live ammunition or explosives. Please handle broken glass as well as aerosol cans, gas cans, and other containers with chemical residues or traces of volatile materials with care.



reoccurring volunteer opps


Are you interested in volunteering for the Help Center’s crisis hotline? If so, we have good news – our crisis hotline volunteer training is coming up! The training will be the following dates, all of which are mandatory to attend: • September 13th 5:30pm-8pm • September 14th 9am-5pm • September 20th 5:30pm-8pm • September 21st 9am-5pm We ask that volunteers make a 9-month commitment to us. During that commitment, volunteers are expected to come in for one 4-hour shift per week (with exceptions for emergencies, illness, vacations, etc.). For more information on qualifications and what volunteering for the crisis hotline entails, please view the job description on our site. Fill out an application by August 31st for the September training. We will contact you shortly to set up an interview! Email

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 or at 406-565-8566. 

Hospice of Bozeman Health is seeking compassionate individuals eager to share their time and talents. Hospice volunteers offer one-on-one companionship, read to patients, listen to life stories, provide respite for families, hold hands, go for walks, sing, play cards, etc. Call Rachel Smith, Volunteer Coordinator, at 585-1099 for more information.

summer volunteer opportunities

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 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.  

Want to make a tangible difference for communities in the Northwest, while living in community and growing in personal and professional skills? Apply for a service year through JVC Northwest and help meet local needs in education, healthcare, youth/at-risk teen services, and more! View their urgent opportunities and the application here. Please note their application deadline is June 30.

Volunteering Solutions, from the last 12 years, have been organizing healthcare and medical volunteer abroad programs in different countries like the Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Tanzania, South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Peru, and Costa Rica. These medical mission trips are suitable for medical students, healthcare practitioners, pre-med & pre-nursing students as well as aspiring medical professionals.

Participants joining these programs would get to work under the supervision of professional doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, and the pre-med volunteers will assist in their day to day activities. The medical volunteering opportunities are offered in different areas that include Emergency, General Medicine, Radiology, Dental, Pediatric, Surgery, Maternity, OPD, Pharmacology, Microbiology & Immunology, Internal Medicine, HIV/AIDS support, Nutrition, Public Health, Midwifery, Nursing amongst several others.

The medical and healthcare volunteer abroad opportunities are available throughout the year in the aforementioned countries, with flexible start dates and durations. Volunteers can choose to dedicate a minimum of 1 Week to a maximum of 6 months, as per convenience.


Volunteering Solutions offers short-term volunteer abroad programs across Asia, Africa, South America from Teaching English to Childcare, to Animal care and more, specially crafted for those who have a time crunch yet are eager to make a difference to the society. Volunteer programs are designed in a way that participants can get to work at their chosen project for 5 days a week and spend the weekends traveling and exploring the country. This works as the perfect blend of volunteering, traveling and exploring the country.

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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.

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