Agency Descriptions

Service Learning Agencies

American Red Cross logoAmerican Red Cross

2121 Osuna Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113

(505) 262-6172


Contact: , Volunteer Services Specialist

Agency Description/Mission: The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The vision of the American Red Cross in New Mexico is to partner with our community to develop and foster safer families, neighborhoods, and worksites. Serving as a leading public benefit corporation, we will promote a system of community self-sufficiency and compassionate response when emergencies arise.

Service Learning Opportunities: We currently have two service opportunities that might fit your needs.

  1. Smoke Alarm Install Volunteers - We are looking for people that can help us in the planning or implementation of installing smoke alarms in the greater Albuquerque area. This is a perfect volunteer match for you if your schedule is not routine since most of our events are on Saturdays. Half of your time will be spent installing smoke alarms in the community with other volunteers while the other half is spent within our office doing documentation of the installs. This is a great opportunity for you if you are entering a labor-intensive position, in engineering, social work, or the public service field.
  2. Office Volunteers - This is a great volunteer opportunity for someone that has two-three hours open during our usual business hours and is interested in developing their skill sets within an office environment. The exact work performed can vary depending on your schedule and the time of the year.
  • Number of Students Needed: Up to five people
  • Hours of Operation: Anytime between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday
  • Minimum Hour Commitment Required: Three hours weekly; 15 per semester

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Animal Humane New Mexico logoAnimal Humane New Mexico

615 Virginia Street SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

(505) 255-5523



Agency Description/Mission: Animal Humane is committed to being the leader in next-generation animal shelters. We have proactively developed a full range of programs and services dedicated to helping people connect with lifelong companions and working with them to keep that relationship balanced and happy.

On every level of interaction, we strive to create positive, hopeful experiences that can change lives. Our pet residents will always be provided with a healthy, safe, loving environment. Our customers can expect to be treated with compassion and respect, and our supporters can trust in our integrity, dedication, competence, and transparent accountability.

Our mission is to support and improve the lives of New Mexico's cats and dogs through sheltering, adoptions, humane education, and veterinary services.

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Neighborhood Outreach: Help us spread the word about upcoming events; assist at community outreach events and fundraisers. Service opportunities at Animal Humane events require on-site orientation and online sign-up when the event is posted.

Volunteer Orientation: Provided on-site on the day of the event.

Special Conditions or Requirements: Neat, casual dress.

  • Number of Students Needed: 20
  • Hours of Operation: Hours vary depending on the event(s).
  • Minimum Hour Commitment: 15

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico logoBig Brothers/Big Sisters of Central NM, Inc. (BBBS)

2501 Yale Blvd. SE Suite 302
Albuquerque, NM 87106

(505) 837-9223 



Agency description/mission: The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to build a stronger community through the creation and support of positive one-to-one relationships between children and adult volunteers. We have a very strong leadership team that has grown the agency over the past several years. There are wonderful opportunities to learn about the operations and management of a successful, youth mentoring non-profit organization. The incredible staff is looking forward to engaging CNM Service Learners on-site to learn about this fast-paced and rewarding work environment.

Service Learning opportunities: There are four major work areas for Service Learners:

  1. Volunteer Retention – Will assist with the organization of parties and activities that volunteers, families, and children are invited to in both our Community-Based and Site-Based programs and participate on the match retention/satisfaction committee.

  2. Event Management - Work with our mentor 2.0 team and Special Events Coordinator on fundraising events.

Orientation/Training schedule: We provide comprehensive orientation and training for the specific work function. We use a variety of training resources, including online modules, manuals, personal, and hands-on opportunities, as needed to accommodate your service learning needs. Additional training in other departments is available to supplement your overall experience in a non-profit agency.

  • Special conditions or requirements: We perform a background check (criminal, sexual offender, MVD) and ask for three references.
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Total = 4+. One for each major work area and as many as possible for Volunteer Recruitment.
  • Minimum hour commitment required: 20 hours.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico logoBoys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico

202 Central Ave SE, 3rd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505) 881-0777



Agency description/mission: The mission of the Boys & Girls of Central New Mexico is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as caring, productive, responsible citizens. We offer programs that help our members reach three priority outcomes: Good Character & Citizenship, Academic Success, and Healthy Lifestyles. Club members learn leadership skills, explore career opportunities, and become healthy individuals who are ready to tackle tomorrow’s challenges.

Service Learning opportunities: We have service learning opportunities for students to interact directly with our members doing specialized programmings such as the arts, sports, technology, or education. Students can function as mentors and provide homework assistance during our “Power Hour” in our after-school program with subjects such as math and reading. We also have Service Learning opportunities with our Administrative staff helping with special events or marketing and communications.

Orientation/Training schedule: Students wanting to become Reading mentor coaches would be required to attend an initial training seminar. Training for other service learning opportunities would be based on the area of interest and conducted on a one-on-one or small-group basis.

Special conditions or requirements: Those service learning students wishing to work directly with our youth members will be required to complete a background check performed by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico. This process usually takes 2-5 days; once results are received the enrollment process will be completed.

  • Number of Service Learning Students Needed: No limit.
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Those working with members: 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. Monday - Friday. Those assisting with administration, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
  • Minimum hour commitment required: N/A

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Explora logo with slogan "Ideas you can touch. Ideas que puedes tocar."Explora

1701 Mountain Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104



Agency Description/ Mission: Explora is a non-profit science center dedicated to creating opportunities for inspirational discovery and the joy of lifelong learning through interactive experiences in science, technology, and art.

Service Learning opportunities: Opportunities are extensive and varied. They include the following subject areas: child development, elementary education, communication, psychology, biology, chemistry, physics, health sciences, trades, and more.

Orientation/Training schedule: Three-hour session; dates and times will be provided. 

Special conditions or requirements: Present course syllabus to the agency supervisor

  • Number of Service-Learning Students Needed: Up to eight Service Learners (Group placements not available at this time)
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Monday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • Minimum hour commitment required: 30 hours per term

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Girl scouts of new mexico trails logoGirl Scouts of New Mexico Trails, Inc.

4000 Jefferson Plaza NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109

(505) 343-1040
(505) 633-6830



Agency description/mission: Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character that make the world a better place. Service Learning with Girl Scouts is a rewarding and uplifting experience. No matter what your talents, skills, or objectives are, you can have an impact on a girl's life and on your community.

Service Learning opportunities: We are willing to partner with Service Learning students to find an opportunity that fits your lifestyle, interests, skills, course objectives, and schedule.

Many service learning students help with both large and small-scale events, support general office work, or assist in planning, preparing, or providing programs for the girls.

Please mention if you are interested in working in the Santa Fe community, as Santa Fe and other regional areas of New Mexico are part of our jurisdiction.

Orientation/Training schedule: Orientation is provided on a one-on-one basis. Please call and arrange an appointment. Last-minute appointments are discouraged and not guaranteed.

Special conditions or requirements: We may require Service Learning students to complete their adult membership registration ($25 membership fee paid by the council) and background check (paid by the council) before working directly with girls.

  • Number of Service Learning Students Needed: Flexible
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Flexible. Vary by event/opportunity
  • Minimum hour requirement: 15-20 hours.

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Good Samaritan Society Manzano Del Sol Village logoGood Samaritan Society Programs

5201 Roma Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

(505) 256-6254,  in Resident Services
(505) 256-6218, Bradford in Dietary
(505) 256-6259, Arthur

Agency description/mission: We offer a continuum of care to seniors and patients in rehab. Our motto is "In Christ's Love, Everyone is Someone." We are open to people of all faiths. Our residents range in age, most are in their mid-eighties.

Service Learning opportunities: There are three departments participating in Service Learning: A) Apartment's Dietary involves interacting with and helping seniors during meals; B) Resident Services means interacting with seniors while working on filing projects in an open office setting; C) Health Care Center Activities include supervised visiting and helping with group activities. No personal care.

Orientation/Training schedule: Schedule your orientation and service hours with the appropriate contact person in the department of your choice. Orientation includes a 30-minute HIPPA video, tour, and introductions.

Special conditions or requirements: Respect and caring for people of all ages. Bright-minded attention to detail. A sense of humor is a plus. This is a face-to-face society. Plan to smile and make friends. We provide a nametag. You sign in and out at the reception desk and in your department every visit. Please no cell phones or blue jeans. Dress as if you are visiting your grandparents ☺

  • Number of Service-Learning Students Needed: Up to 21 in the Apartment's Dietary Dept.; two in Apartment Resident Services; and five in Health Care Activities.
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Three meal times between 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. in Apartment's Dietary; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. in Resident Services; variable over seven days in Health Care Activities.
  • Minimum hour commitment required: Weekly two hours; Semester 15 hours

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Hope Works logo with slogan "ending homelessness since 1985."HopeWorks

1201 Third Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505) 242-4399


Contact:  HopeWorks Volunteer Information

Agency description/mission: HopeWorks is New Mexico’s premier multi-service program provider to the homeless and disenfranchised with a vision of “ending homelessness one person at a time.”

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Kitchen - Assist the Shelter staff in feeding three meals for approximately 700 clients a day.
  • Clothing Room - Manage and help clients select some new clothing, shoes, and accessories from our Clothing Room. All materials in the clothing room are donated and completely free of charge to all clients.
  • Shower Station - Help with shower sign-up and distribution of towels, toiletries, and more to those that need to shower.
  • Long-Term Storage - This is for clients who need to store social security cards, family photos, medication, and more— anything they don’t want on the streets with them. They have to confirm monthly that they would like to keep their long-term storage space.
  • Mail Room - Clients can list HopeWorks Day Shelter as their address so they can receive mail. Volunteers typically sort, distribute, organize, and purge mail.
  • Evening Meal Service - Help prepare meals with the guest chefs that are in charge of the meal service.  Assist in the serving of the meal, refill of drinks, and all clean-up at the conclusion of the meal.
  • General Help - If you don’t fit into the categories above but still want to help, no problem!  We always have something for everyone to do. We are happy you are willing to help!

Orientation/Training schedule: HopeWorks will attempt to accommodate students’ schedules to conduct orientation/training.

Special Conditions or Requirements: No one under 18 years of age. High school diploma or equivalent experience working with homeless or severely disadvantaged people, substance abusers, or chronically mentally ill individuals. Experience with volunteers preferred. Experience working with racially and culturally diverse groups. Current CPR and First-Aid qualifications or willingness to be trained. Knowledge of community resources. Bilingual preferred. Comfortable blue Jeans and tee shirts are acceptable attire. Physical requirements of a Shelter Assistant are the ability to stand/walk for long periods of time and the ability to lift 25 pounds or drag 40 pounds across the floor.

  • Number of Service Learning Students Needed: Eight to 10
  • Hours of Operation when Students are needed: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Weekend hours are limited but available. Students may select a time that suits their learning schedules as long as the coordinators are notified in advance. A sign-in sheet will be provided for all students who receive service learning opportunities at HopeWorks.
  • Minimum Hour Commitment Required: Weekly: 15 hours/Semester; two hours/Week.

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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center logoIndian Pueblo Cultural Center

2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Local: (505) 843-7270
Toll Free: 1-866-855-7902


Contact: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Volunteer Information

Agency Description/Mission: To Preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the pueblo people of New Mexico.

Service Learning Opportunities: If you wish to gain experience in museum practices and Pueblo culture, and would like to share your experiences and knowledge with our visitors, then this is a great place for you to acquire knowledge skills, and values.

Orientation/Training Schedule: Two-hour Orientation, with all service learning Interns. Customer Service.

Special Conditions or Requirements: Able to greet visitors and be able to stand on their feet for long periods of time. Able to lift 25 lbs.

  • Number of Service Learning Students needed: Five
  • Hours when Students are needed: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Minimum hour commitment required: Three hours per Fall semester

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National Hispanic Cultural Center logoNational Hispanic Cultural Center

1701 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505) 246-2261


Contact:  NHCC Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Program Office is on the 4th Street side of the NHCC, in the two-story Visual Arts Building on the east side of campus.

Agency description/mission: The National Hispanic Cultural Center is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities.

Service Learning opportunities:

  1. Administrative: scanning, filing, and other office tasks
  2. Education Programs: welcome visitors, help setup/cleanup, assist NHCC staff

Orientation/Training schedule: There is an online orientation that must be completed by all service learning students. Further training will be up to the department in which the student is placed.

Special conditions or requirements: Spanish fluency is encouraged, but not required. Dependability is a requirement for all positions. No call/no show for the assigned day and time will result in the student being dropped from the program.

  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. for administrative work. Education programs are usually evenings and weekends, hours vary depending on the program.
  • Minimum hour commitment: 15 hours per semester

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Rio Grande Food Project logoRio Grande Food Project

600 Coors Blvd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87121


Contact: RGFP Volunteer Opportunities

Location directions: Rio Grande Food Project is located one block south of the intersection of Fortuna and Coors, inside Rio Grande Presbyterian church.

Agency Description/Mission: Rio Grande Food Project is the largest food pantry on Albuquerque's west side. Our mission is to feed hungry New Mexicans. We accomplish this by providing a monthly grocery food box as a supplement when food stamps run out. We began in 1989 as a dedicated mission outreach of Rio Grande Presbyterian Church; that small group of volunteers served over 1,600 meals that year. We have grown quite a bit since then. We are now a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and at the end of 2014, we served over 45,000 people with 1.3 million meals.

Service Learning opportunities: Students can take part in a variety of Service Learning opportunities such as data entry for our client intake and donor database; food distribution in our food pantry; gardening and compositing in our community garden; online communications through our website and social media.

Note: Not all students will have the opportunity to participate in the listed activities

Orientation/Training schedule: Depending on the Service Learning activity, training will vary. Students will go through a brief orientation with the Volunteer Manager and training will involve shadowing volunteers in their specific role until students can demonstrate ability.

  • Number of Service Learning students needed: Five
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Monday–Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Minimum hour commitment: 15 hours throughout the semester

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Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico logoRoadrunner Food Bank

5840 Office Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109



You must register online to volunteer by clicking on the “Individual Volunteers” link and creating a username and password to manage available volunteer days/times. If you are a returning volunteer, you can log in using your credentials.

You will receive an email when you successfully create a volunteer visit or modify a visit. If you do not receive an email, your appointment or change has not taken effect. If you have trouble using the registration system, please notify  at (505) 349-5358.

Agency Description/Mission: As the largest food bank in the state, we play a major role in distributing a variety of donated and purchased food items to people struggling to cover all their nutritional needs. Our mission is to provide nourishing food to New Mexicans through vibrant community partnerships and passionate public and private support. 

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Warehouse- Sorting or bagging produce, sorting dry goods, sorting bread or pastries, repackaging bulk foods, deep-cleaning and sanitizing, inventory supplies, general cleaning, and maintenance.
  • Healthy Foods Center- Sorting food, preparing food boxes and produce bags, pulling orders for delivery, and stocking shelves.
  • Food Assistance Hotline (background check required)- Respond to phone calls requesting food assistance using Roadrunner’s online food finder. May be virtual or on-site.
  • Administrative (background check required)- Assist in preparing mailings, data entry, filing, reception area, answering phone calls, and helping receive food donations.
  • Communications- Scanning and digitizing photos, photography/videography shooting and editing, public speaking opportunities.

Orientation/Training schedule: Students must attend an orientation session before beginning their service learning. Orientation is offered several times each month.  Students can register for orientation using the sign-up link above.

Special conditions or requirements: Students should be aware of their physical abilities and/or limitations.  Some opportunities, such as the warehouse and Healthy Foods Center, may require lifting up to 20 pounds, moving, twisting, turning, bending, pushing, and pulling. Other opportunities – food assistance hotline, administrative, and communications – are more sedentary and generally require less physical effort.  Some opportunities also require a background check and additional training.

  • Hours of operation when students are needed:
    • Monday through Friday:
      • 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
      • 10 a.m. - noon
      • 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    • Saturday
      • 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
      • 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Minimum hour commitment: 15 hours

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St. Felix Pantry logo with slogan "Deo Gratias."St. Felix Pantry, Inc.

4020 Barbara Loop SE
Rio Rancho NM, 87124

(505) 891-8075 



Agency description/mission: We restore hope to families and individuals in need by providing food, clothing, and referral services. In the calendar year 2022, we served 105,850 times! Our guests are allowed to come once a week and are provided with a grocery cart filled with food. We are the only food pantry with weekly access to food in Sandoval County and our only requirement to receive food is that one be a resident of the State of New Mexico.

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Pack food
  • Receive deliveries and restock the pantry
  • Meet and greet guests
  • Register clients
  • Data entry (MS Office)

Orientation/Training schedule: On-the-job training for some positions. Other jobs require previous experience or education.

Special Conditions or Requirements: Some opportunities require heavy lifting and standing for extended periods of time.

  • Number of Service Learning Students Needed: One to two students
  • Hours of Operation when Students are needed: Tuesday-Saturday, starting at 5:30 a.m.
  • Minimum Hour Commitment Required: Flexible; St. Felix Pantry’s main need is for students to be responsible and when they make a date and time commitment, to honor that commitment.

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Watermelon Mountain Ranch Animal Center logoWatermelon Mountain Ranch

3251 Westphalia Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87124

(505) 267-6227


Contact: WMR Volunteer Information

Agency Description/Mission: Watermelon Mountain Ranch, a nonprofit corporation, is dedicated to the belief that all living creatures-humans and animals- should be cared for and protected whenever possible. The recovery, care, and housing of companion animals (lost, strayed, unwanted, or abandoned), until they can be reunited with their owners or adopted out to new homes, is a major focus for Watermelon Mountain Ranch. We also understand and appreciate the significance and positive impact that animals can have interacting with people. To foster this human-animal bond, Watermelon Mountain Ranch will provide facilities and support for efforts that encourage the positive interaction of children, youth, adults, and seniors (including persons with disabilities) with animals through outreach, educational, interactive, and therapeutic programs using paid and volunteer staffing with support from private & corporate donors.

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Animal Care-Dog Walking and Washing, cat care (brushing, etc.) Showing the animals on property love and affection at all times.
  • Offsite Adoption Events-Assisting with set up and break down at the events; handling of dogs during events (walking, watering); and talking with the public about what the ranch does and our mission.
  • Maintenance of Ranch- Building projects throughout the property, including shades for dog runs and windbreaks, moving small cottages, and creating fenced areas. Regular upkeep on already existing areas.

Volunteer Orientation: Held the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

Special conditions or requirements: Closed-toe Shoes and clothes you don't mind getting dirty in. Must Show respect for all animals and staff members while at the ranch or during any offsite events.

  • Number of Service-Learning Students Needed: 20-30
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Wednesday - Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Minimum hour commitment required: Weekly: Open Semester: Open

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Wings for Life International logoWings For LIFE International

2015 Wyoming Blvd NE Suite J
Albuquerque, NM 87112

(505) 298-0985
(505) 291-6412
(505) 554-6698 cell


Contact: , Executive Director and Founder

Office Location: Two blocks south of Menaul on the west side of Wyoming Blvd. General office hours: Monday – Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Meeting Locations: 812 Edith NE – Second Presbyterian Church (Corner of Lomas and Edith – park in the north lot off Page Rd. One block north of Lomas off Edith).

Agency Description/Mission: Wings for L.I.F.E.: Life-skills Imparted to Families through Education.

Wings for L.I.F.E. Mission Statement: Transforming lives to break the generational cycle of incarceration. WFL has rebuilt lives during and after incarceration and teaches basic life skills to individuals inside and outside of prison, so they can implement these skills in everyday life. WFL enjoys working with and preparing students for careers in criminal justice, social work, social service, non-profit organizations, philanthropy, community development, peace and justice, ministry, or other related fields. Volunteers have an opportunity to engage in a wide spectrum of social intervention, social service, and non-profit management activities.

The first four Mondays each month a Wings For L.I.F.E. education program is held for families of prisoners and returning citizens. Dinner is served; manners, life skills, and topics of interest are taught and discussed. The program is for the whole family and everyone is welcome. After-dinner tutoring and Pre-K programs are offered for the children.

CNM students AND their family members, including children, are welcome to participate together at Wings For L.I.F.E. while getting service learning credit.

Service Learning opportunities at WFL:

  1. Discussion leader
  2. Craft leader for after-dinner children’s program
  3. Create a special program for children’s program (Reading, crafts, something related to the theme for the evening
  4. Help with special meetings: Make a Difference Day, Keep Albuquerque Beautiful, Dr. Seuss Read Across America, Back-To-School Fashion Show, Christmas “Go Shopping”, NM Healthy Family Awards Banquet, and many more!
  5. Tutor – after-dinner program for elementary-aged children and youth
  6. Be a Team Member for the WFL “Special Dinners” (Plan, and prepare special meals, decorations, etc.)
  7. Help with seasonal fundraisers (Yard sales, concerts, annual banquet, Celebration of Champions fundraiser, etc.)
  8. Be trained as a speaker to talk about WFL
  9. Create PowerPoint about WFL
  10. Be a photographer at WFL
  11. Take a video at WFL
  12. Create a video about WFL
  13. Create photo collages for the website
  14. Put photos on the website
  15. Help in the kitchen at WFL
  16. Create a walking/exercise program before WFL
  17. Help with Wings community parties
  18. Help with Wings prison family days
  19. Website design
  20. Database entry
  21. Help with IT and technology
  22. Help with newsletters
  23. Create brochures about Wings: General program, tutoring program, toddler program, and other programs
  24. Blog about WFL
  25. Office help
  26. Help donor package gifts for children
  27. Create healthy menu plans for the semester. Figure out portions, quantities needed, cost, etc.
  28. Create health-related materials or programs – First Aid tips – seasonal issues like bug bites and frostbite – recipes for healthy snacks – provide healthy snacks – get donations for shampoo, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, etc.
  29. Activities for children using Fractals & STEM
  30. Share your idea on how to help – we are always creating new programs and activities at WFL

Orientation/Training schedule: As needed. Very flexible. WFL will offer an optional “official training” for students at the beginning of each semester to educate students about what WFL does, why, and the best practices behind each part of the program.

Special conditions or requirements: Dress appropriately – business casual.

  • Number of Service-Learning Students Needed: As many as are interested. Class "teams" are welcome.
  • Hours of operation when students are needed: Monday 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. or depending on the Service Learning project. W are flexible. Can work at home. Can work at Wings Office. 2015 Wyoming NE Suite J – Near Wyoming & Menaul. Hours are usually 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Minimum hour commitment required: No minimum hour commitment. If attending Monday meetings students can help for up to three hours each evening weekly until requirements are fulfilled. Wings is very flexible and will work with all students on finding ways to work Service Learning into their school and family life schedule.

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