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Office Assistant - Bilingual - Manassas

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Help us reach out to immigrants around Nothern Virginia! Hogar Immigrant Services Education Office serves clients with intensive English and Citizenship classes. Volunteer office assistants will help us place calls to clients, organize files, and test students. Must be available at least one half day per week during office hours (8 am - 9 pm) in Manassas. No experience needed. Bilingual (Spanish/English) required.


Contact Person: Jackie Chavez

Contact Phone: (571) 208-1572

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Arts & Crafts Instructor

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We are looking for people who are interested in leading Crafts instructors at the center. St. Martin de Porres seniors are very creative but they would like someone to lead the activities. Our folks love everything from paper crafts, sewing projects, ceramics, and more! Must have a friendly personality, a love for seniors, and isn't afraid to use a glue gun!

If you are interested in multiple opportunities, please pick "General Support Volunteer" and send us an email with what you are interested in doing as a volunteer.



o Requirements: comfortable spending time with seniors, fun personality, independent, self-reliant, adaptable, a leader, creative, and patient

o This opportunity is available for all ages, from one person to a group setting. Monday through Friday between 10:00-12:00 or 12:45-1:30

o Training must be completed prior to volunteering: APS training

o Background check will be completed upon registering for those 18+


Contact Person: Maria Mellor

Contact Phone: (703) 751-2766

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Computer Teachers - Manassas

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Help your neighbors earn a Northstar Digital Literacy Certificate ! This basic computer class is for intermediate and advanced English Language Learners who want to gain basic computer skills. The curriculum includes an introduction to the computer and computer parts, typing, Gmail and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). The ideal teacher will have some paid or voluntary teaching experience and demonstrate computer literacy. Classes will be held in our computer lab on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9AM - 12PM or 6:30PM-9:30PM. Teachers must commit to teach one class per week. Interested in teaching with your friend or spouse? Teaching pairs are encouraged to apply!


Contact Person:

Contact Phone: (571) 208-1572

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Exercise Instructor

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We are looking for exercise instructors or physical therapists to teach seniors exercises! St. Martin de Porres Senior Center provides daily exercises to high functioning and independent seniors who love to stay active. The seniors enjoy chair exercises, Zumba, jazzercise, Arthritis Exercise, and line dancing just to name a few. Proof of certification or license needed for the opportunity.



If you are interested in multiple opportunities, please pick "General Support Volunteer" and send us an email with what you are interested in doing as a volunteer.



o Requirements: comfortable spending time with seniors, fun personality, self-reliant, adaptable, and patient

o This opportunity is available for licensed exercise instructors 18+, Monday through Friday between 9:30-10:30, or 10:00-11:00

o Training must be completed prior to volunteering: APS training

Background check will be completed upon registering for all.


Contact Person: Maria Mellor

Contact Phone: (703) 751-2766

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Senior Center Kitchen Helper (Breakfast and Lunch)

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We are looking for people interested in helping serve food! St. Martin de Porres Senior Center provides continental breakfast and a nutritious hot lunch to seniors. The senior center serves hot drinks, bread, cereal (both hot and cold) and pastries in the morning. During lunch, we prepare trays, serve meals to the senior, and clean the kitchen after lunch. Volunteers, who are interested in serving food to the seniors, please email us to specify if you are available to help with breakfast, lunch, or both! Once you sign up, volunteers must complete food service training, provided by the center, before serving in the kitchen.



If you are interested in multiple opportunities, please pick "General Support Volunteer" and send us an email with what you are interested in doing as a volunteer.



o Requirements: independent, self-reliant, adaptable, patient

o This opportunity is available for all ages, from one person to a group setting. Monday through Friday between 9:00-10:00, and/or 11:30-1:00pm

o Training must be completed prior to volunteering: APS training and Food Service Training

o Background check will be completed upon registering for those 18+
Training covers:
Background check
APS Training
Privacy Training


Contact Person: Maria Mellor

Contact Phone: (703) 751-2766

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Volunteer Nurse or Nursing Student for Blood Pressure Checks and Presentations

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We are looking for nurses who are interested in providing blood pressure checks and educational presentations on health topics, infectious diseases, and updates. While administrating blood pressure checks, seniors may ask questions about medical problems or conditions. This opportunity is available for nursing students/graduates 21 years or older. Upon registration, we will schedule an interview and privacy training.



o Requirements: comfortable spending time with seniors, independent, self-reliant, adaptable, patient, and can elevate senior problems to staff. If you speak Spanish, Farsi, or Amharic, that would be a great advantage, registered nurse, nursing student (proof required) or a medical license, official documents/proof of nursing school attendance required.

o This opportunity is for nursing students and nurses 21 years or older, RN, or anyone in the medical field with a current license. Monday through Friday between 10:30-12:00 or 12:30-1:30pm

o Training must be completed prior to volunteering: APS training and Privacy training

o Background check will be completed upon registering for all


Contact Person: Anne Coyne

Contact Phone: (703) 751-2766

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Senior Center - Student Groups

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For student groups interested in volunteering with the elderly, please apply for this opening by contacting Maria Mellor. Our hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM, please make sure your students can come during our operation hours.

Training covers:
Background check
APS Training


Contact Person: Maria Mellor

Contact Phone: (540) 773-9848

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Prison Ministry Volunteer

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Catholic Charities supports the Parishes with ministries serving the incarcerated in the local jails and prisons. These groups conduct bible study, faith sharing, and catechesis. In this ministry, you will support those who are in great need and make a difference! Various locations and schedules. A background check and training is required prior to serving in this role. Please sign up and you will be contacted by the volunteer coordinator to discuss next steps.


Contact Person: Bill Hall

Contact Phone: (703) 841-3832

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Transitional Assistance Program (TAP) Volunteer

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Help those leaving the Loudoun Adult Detention Center (ADC) with immediate needs upon release -- housing, food, transportation, identification, etc.

Coordinate with volunteers in jail for housing and mentorship opportunities for those soon-to-be-released. Offer prayerful support for our returning citizens!


Contact Person: Bill Hall

Contact Phone: (703) 841-3832

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Activities and Games Assistant!

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We are looking for people who are interested in leading activities at the center. St. Martin de Porres Senior Center provides activities to high functioning and independent seniors who love to play games and do activities throughout the day. The seniors love playing board games, card games, Wii bowling, team games, Bingo, one-on-one games as examples, and are always ready to learn new activities. Games are available at the center, but if you want to bring in a new game that is good too. A binder is available with how to guides on how to play games that are available in the center. Staff is also available to do refreshers on how to play games/teach how to play the game.

If you are interested in multiple opportunities, please pick "General Support Volunteer" and send us an email with what you are interested in doing as a volunteer.

o Requirements: comfortable spending time with seniors, fun personality, independent, self-reliant, adaptable, and patient

o This opportunity is available for all ages, from one person to a group setting. Monday through Friday between 10:00-12:00 and 12:45-1:30

o Training must be completed prior to volunteering: APS training

o Background check will be completed upon registering for those 18+


Contact Person: Maria Mellor

Contact Phone: (540) 773-9848

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CompTIA Instructor- Virtual

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Help your immigrant and refugee neighbors earn their CompTIA certification! Instructors needed for virtual classes. The ideal candidate will have CompTIA certification or an IT background and be willing to attain the certification. Need to feel confident teaching small group of students.


The candidate must be able to commit to minimum one class per week for 14 weeks of teaching. You will receive ample curriculum and resources, training, professional development, and additional support from EWD staff throughout the semester. Please email ewd@ccda.net for more information!



IT Fundamentals- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7pm-9pm

CompTIA A+- Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 7pm-9pm


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (571) 208-1572

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ESOL Teachers- In-person or Virtual

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Give your neighbors the gift of English! ESOL (English for Speakers of other Languages) teachers needed. We allow teaching in pairs for those who wish to teach with a friend or spouse. No foreign language ability necessary and all materials and training provided! Classes meet twice a week for 2-3 hours. Teachers are welcome to teach either one day or both days.

Available locations:

Manassas (mornings and/or evenings)

Sterling (evenings)

Falls Church (evenings)

Online (mornings and/or evenings)


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (571) 208-1572

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