Ellicott City Autumn Clean-Up | Roger Carter Community Center | Sunday, Oct 27, 7:30-11am | All AgesLend a helping hand to pick up litter and clean along tree lines, historic properties and parking lots. Meet at Roger Carter Community Center for a continental breakfast. Volunteers must pre-register. Job Duties:Volunteers with pick up trash and debris. Please remember:- Dress to get dirty;- No open toed shoes;- Dress warmly;- Gloves, bags and event t-shirt provided. **Volunteers under 18 yrs old must be accompanied by an adult**This event will run rain or shine.
*Please arrive by 7:30am*
Minimum age: 5
Dates: 10/27/2019 - 10/27/2019
22 Positions available!
Roger Carter Community Center*Please arrive by 7:30am*
Opp Available Positions: 22
2019 FVD Volunteers | Various Locations | Saturday, Nov 16 | Times & Ages Noted BelowLooking for a fun way to spend quality time as a family, club or community group? We are planning exciting projects for 2019!PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SIGN UP FOR THE LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICEAs opportunities are added, the list of links will be updated below so you can sign up!West Friendship Tree Planting, Sheltering & Mulching9am-12pm | ALL AGES | West Friendship Park, 200 treesBelmont Garden Winterizing9am-12pm | ALL AGES | Shrub Trimming, Weeding, Leaf CollectionRobinson Nature Center10am-1pm | 6 YRS+ | Invasive & Non-Native Plant Removal Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. *Pre-Registration Required*Registration ends November 15.
Outdoor opportunity volunteers:
Remember to dress for the weather conditions and wear closed-toe shoes. Please bring gloves and wear long sleeves. In the event of rain, outdoor FVD Opportunities may be cancelled.
Minimum age: 2
Dates: 11/16/2019 - 11/16/2019
100 Positions available!
Various Locations, specific locations will be listed in each opportunity individually.
Opp Available Positions: 100
March-November | Various Shifts Available between 7am-3pm | 16+ yrsThe beautiful historic Belmont Manor House is in need of dedicated volunteers to assist wth maintaining the garden areas. Volunteers can work in groups or individually.Volunteers will be required to attend an onsite training to learn the proper gardening upkeep skills necessary for this opportunity. Experienced gardeners are welcomed.For more information, please contact Tim Overstreet at email@example.com or 410-313-4627
Minimum age: 16
Dates: - 12/31/2019
28 Positions available!
Opp Available Positions: 28
2019 Haunted Experience | Rockburn Branch Park |Various Dates and Times | 16+ yrsLooking for a fun way to earn service learning hours while volunteering with your friends?Volunteers, come dress as "scary characters" at the haunted experience and in the fields.
Volunteer for one or more nights. Pre-registration is required. October 18, 19, 25 & 25 Volunteer hours are: - Friday's from 6-10:30pm;- Saturday's from 5:30-10:30pm.Requirements:Wear old clothes (black or dark colors), you will be given costumes and make up on site. Dress warmly or in layers. It is much colder in the woods. Bring a jacket. Closed toe shoes only. No flip flops.
Rockburn Branch Park (Montgomery Rd entrance).Additional information will be emailed after volunteers have registered to volunteer for this event.
All volunteers are required to review the attached Volunteer Manual prior to volunteering.
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Minimum age: 12
Dates: 10/18/2019 - 10/27/2019
Schedule Slots Available!
This opportunity has a schedule. Click view schedule belowon the left to see available times.
Rockburn Branch Park - 6105 Rockburn Branch Road, Elkridge, MD† 21075 (Montgomery Road entrance). Once you have entered through the gates at the park, park in the parking lot immediately on your left.† The parking lot is just beyond Pfeiffer's Corner School House. The staff will meet you there and bring you to the Haunted House.†
Opp Available Positions: 13
Park Watch Safety Patrols | On-going | Sunrise-Sunset | Various Days of the Week & Locations | 18+ yrsThe Park Watch Program is a community-oriented awareness and Volunteer initiative committed to improving park and patron safety, spreading awareness of public safety, deterring and reducing crime through the cooperative efforts of community Volunteers, law enforcement and park staff. Our volunteers are regular park-goers who are interested in being the "eyes and ears" of their community. Volunteers are trained in what to look for and how to report issues like crimes in progress, safety concerns within parks, vandalism and graffiti, or suspicious behaviors. Position Description:- Keep yourself safe, first and foremost;- Pick your favorite park, your local park, or new park to incorporate a safety patrol into your routine; - Keep an eye out for any suspicious activities, graffiti or vandalism, unsafe situations or other problems; - Report any findings appropriately;- Safety patrols are to be conducted anytime during normal operating hours, and can be done as you walk your dog, go for a hike or jog, or however you typically enjoy parks; - Never interfere with a crime in progress; - Pay attention to your surroundings and activities going on in the park or facility; - Report any emergency situation to 9-1-1;- Contact the Park Rangers at 410-245-1410 if you observe non-emergency situations, per your Park Watch training.*Background check is required for this Opportunity*
Your safety is the top priority. Never place yourself in harm's way. Be a good witness and report what you observe. Whenever you are outside, make sure you have proper footwear and seasonal apparel, water, snacks, any medication, and a fully-charged cell phone. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, or concerns.
Minimum age: 18
Dates: 03/11/2019 - 12/31/2019
25 Positions available!
Opp Available Positions: 25
This opportunity is full
Truck or Treat Volunteers | Saturday, Oct 26 9:30am-1pm | 11+ yrsGet in gear for a "wheely fun" afternoon! Help us celebrate Fall and community at the Gary J Arthur Community Center. Hayrides, children's activities, concessions, giveaways and more!Volunteers are needed to:- Set up & break down the event- Assist with supervising games and activities- Hand out and refill candy- Assist with face painting- Hand out brochures and mapsThis event is family friendly and will be held rain or shine so if there is inclement weather the event is held indoors.
This event will run rain or shine.
Volunteers are needed to set up the event. assisting with children's activities, handing out prizes/candy, and helping with set-up and breakdown.
Volunteers are welcome to come in their favorite costume to trick-or-treat at trucks, tractors, and other fun vehicles. Please also consider the weather, the volunteer job duties may require you to be outside.
Minimum age: 11
Dates: 10/26/2019 - 10/26/2019
Unlimited Positions available!
Gary J Arthur Community Center
Opp Available Positions: 0
Are you a disc golf enthusiast or enjoy working outdoors?Volunteer your time and talent to assist the Park Operations Division†with maintaining the Rockburn Branch Park Disc Golf Course.†† Volunteers should have an interest in disc golf and†trail maintenance. Age requirements:† 16+ (13-16 with†parent supervisor)††††††††††††††††††††††††††††
Self motivated and able to follow directions.
Volunteer Job Duties; Use hand tools to repair trail tread and erosion.
Clear trail corridor, install signs.
Repair and maintain disc golf tee boxes, teeing areas, targets and other course equipment.
Survey and inspect trails for safety issues.
Responsible for returning timesheets and data forms to department supervisor in a timely manner.
Minimum age: 13
I-95; exit 43B (Rte. 103 West) one exit to Rt. 103 North, right at 1st light to Montgomery Rd, left at 1st light to stay on Montgomery, 1 mile to left at Rockburn Elementary. Park in the lot just past school and walk toward the left down access road to 1st tee.
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The Howard County Office of Human Trafficking Prevention (OHTP) will host the second annual Howard County Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Conference (HTAP), Taking the Next Steps on Friday, November 8, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at Howard Community College in Columbia. The goal of the conference is to inform and educate regional working professionals, law enforcement and the general public. All are welcome to attend.The 2019 keynote address will be presented by Rachel Lloyd, founder of Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS) and the author of "Girls Like Us: Fighting for a World Where Girls Are Not for Sale." Read more about Rachel Lloyd's journey to help victims of human trafficking.The HTAP conference will also offer four different session tracks, focusing on Awareness, Life After Trafficking, Labor Trafficking & Prevention, and Law Enforcement. Attendees can choose one session in each track (except for Law Enforcement, which is reserved for sworn officers only.) View the conference agenda for more information on session topics and presenters.Volunteers are needed for two shifts:8:00 AM - NoonNoon - 4:00 PM Please refer to the "Schedule" tab for a listing of volunteer positions and shifts.
Dates: 11/08/2019 - 11/08/2019
The Roving Radish promotes healthy eating through meal kits comprised of locally and regionally grown foods straight from the farm to your table. The meal kits are available for purchase to all Howard County residents and are offered at a discounted price to those in need. Volunteers are needed to help prepare the meal kits and to promote the program at certain County events. Prep is done in Glenwood MD. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old unless accompanied by a volunteering adult. Volunteers should wear clean clothes, comfortable shoes and bring a re-fillable water bottle.Volunteers receive a free meal kit per family for participating in 3 4- hour shifts. For every shift worked, volunteers may buy a kit at a reduced rate or receive a free kit if eligible for the subsidized price.
Volunteers are needed to prepare meal kits. Duties include washing, preparing, and chopping, then assembling the meal kits.
Dates: 04/29/2019 - 11/26/2019
Meal kits are prepared at the Old Bushy Park School in Glenwood.
Opp Available Positions: 135
The Loan Closet of Howard County is looking for volunteers to assist with cleaning, processing, and maintaining Durable Medical Equipment. Vounteer must have excellent customer service skills when dealing with the public; Vounteer should be familiar with basic tools and able to lift up to 50lbs.Volunteers are needed weekdays. Hours and days are flexibleThis position will require a background check.