Service Learning Community Partners List

Are you looking to volunteer with education, health, or government-related organizations? Are you only available to volunteer during evening hours or weekends? Use the filter pull-down menu below to select service opportunities among 20 different categories.


162 agencies found.

Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation

Website: http://lagoon.aguahedionda.org
Contact Person: Lisa Rodman or Samantha Richter (volunteer@aguahedionda.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 804-1969
Address: 1580 Cannon Road Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Maintaining the trails, Discover Center maintenance, assisting in the Critter Care and School Program. Office and clerical opportunities include filing, data entry, customer service, gift shop upkeep and event planning. Volunteers needed Monday-Saturday 9am-4pm, and Sunday 12-4pm.

American Red Cross

Website: http://www.redcross.org/ca/san-diego/volunteer
Contact Person: Jacquie Dutchover (Jacquie.dutchover@redcross.org )
Contact Phone: (619) 314-0514
Address: 4229 Ponderosa Ave Suite C San Diego CA 92123
Volunteer Needs: Red Cross Blood Services holds three to six blood drives all across San Diego County, from the border to Temecula, schools, malls, military bases, and local businesses. Registration volunteers are needed to help check in donors. The minimum requirement for volunteers is one blood drive a month. Drives could start as early as 7:00am and end as late as 7:00pm. Bilingual volunteers are always needed especially in the North County. A volunteer application and online background check is required free of charge. Minimum age is 13. Red Cross also has a need for Transportation Specialist: volunteers who deliver the lifesaving blood products to local hospitals. This requires a minimum of one 4-hour shift a month.

Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum

Website: http://www.agsem.com
Contact Person: Marie Smith (agsemeducation@gmail.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 941-1791
Address: 2040 North Santa Fe Ave. Vista CA 92083
Volunteer Needs: Marketing for education and events. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00-4:00. Weekend events as needed.

Arc of San Diego

Website: http://www.arc-sd.com/volunteer
Contact Person: Michael Mather (mmather@arc-sd.com)
Contact Phone: (619) 685-1175
Address: 3030 Market Street San Diego CA  92102
Volunteer Needs: Empower children & adults with developmental disabilities! Assist in day program classrooms (art, music, computer, etc.), parent/infant programs, recreation activities, adaptive yoga & fitness, summer camp and much more! Opportunities are available Monday through Friday as well as weekends. Background, TB, and drug screenings are required. We cover the cost and ask for a three to twelve month commitment in return.

AVID Program - Sage Creek High School

Website: http://sagecreek-cusd-ca.schoolloop.com/AVID
Contact Person: Aida Salah (asalah@carlsbadusd.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 331-6677
Address: 3900 Cannon Rd. Carlsbad CA 92010
Volunteer Needs: Facilitate tutorial groups (6-8 students per group) in math, science, English, history, and/or foreign language. Assist students with organization and study methods. We need volunteers who can work Tuesdays, Thursdays, and/or Fridays from 8:55-1:15 (we are flexible on the time slots).

BASE Programs - Stuart Mesa Elementary

Website: http://www.baseprograms.com/
Contact Person: Corie Slali (corie.slali@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 859-6005
Address: 100 Yamanaka Way Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers needed Monday - Friday 2:00pm - 6:00pm (Wed. 12:30 - 6:00). No specific requirements for volunteers. Various sites available.

BASE Programs - Garrison Elementary

Website: http://www.baseprograms.com/
Contact Person: Corie Slali (corie.slali@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 859-6005
Address: 333 Garrison St. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers needed Monday - Friday 2:00pm - 6:00pm (Wed. 12:30 - 6:00). No specific requirements for volunteers. Various sites available.

BASE Programs - Ivey Ranch Elementary

Website: http://www.baseprograms.com/
Contact Person: Corie Slali (corie.slali@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 859-6005
Address: 4275 Via Rancho Rd. Oceanside CA  92057
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers needed Monday - Friday 2:00pm - 6:00pm (Wed. 12:30 - 6:00). No specific requirements for volunteers. Various sites available.

BASE Programs - Palmquist Elementary

Website: http://www.baseprograms.com/
Contact Person: Corie Slali (corie.slali@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-8500
Address: 1999 California St. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers needed Monday - Friday 2:00pm - 6:00pm (Wed. 12:30 - 6:00). No specific requirements for volunteers. Various sites available

Before and After School Enrichment (BASE Programs)

Website: http://www.baseprograms.com/
Contact Person: Corie Slali (corie.slali@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 859-6005
Address: PO Box 2657 Oceanside CA 92051
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers needed Monday - Friday 2:00pm - 6:00pm (Wed. 12:30 - 6:00). No specific requirements for volunteers. Various sites available.

Bethlehem Community Early Childhood Center

Website: http://www.bethlehemcommunitypreschool.com/
Contact Person: Gail Winterbourne (bcpresch@blcenc.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 753-2471
Address: 925 Balour Drive Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with child development activities. A TB test is required for all volunteers, and a background check and fingerprinting are required if volunteering more than 10 hours per week. Effective September 1, 2016, a person may not be employed or volunteer at a child care center or a family child care home unless he or she has been immunized against influenza, pertussis, and measles or qualifies for an exemption.

BGCO - Foussat Elementary School

Website: http://bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: 760-433-8320 ext. 102
Address: 3800 Pala Rd Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: We welcome volunteers who can assist our students with homework. Students need support in English, Reading, and Math. We are looking for volunteers to assist with English Language Learners. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who have a specific skill they would like to teach our students (music, art, sports, etc.). We also need Coaches for sports teams. Hours available are Monday-Friday from 3pm-6pm. While we would like a steady commitment from volunteers, we do not have a minimum hour requirement. Fingerprinting through LiveScan is required and we will cover the cost to do so. Volunteers can pick up a volunteer application and LiveScan information at our main site. All volunteers must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

BGCO - Laurel Elementary School

Website: http://bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: 760-433-8920 ext . 102
Address: 1410 Laurel St Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: We welcome volunteers who can assist our students with homework. Students need support in English, Reading, and Math. We are looking for volunteers to assist with English Language Learners. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who have a specific skill they would like to teach our students (music, art, sports, etc.). We also need Coaches for sports teams. Hours available are Monday-Friday from 3pm-6pm. While we would like a steady commitment from volunteers, we do not have a minimum hour requirement. Fingerprinting through LiveScan is required and we will cover the cost to do so. Volunteers can pick up a volunteer application and LiveScan information at our main site. All volunteers must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

BGCO - Libby Elementary School

Website: http://bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: 760-433-8320 ext. 102
Address: 423 W Redondo Dr Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: We welcome volunteers who can assist our students with homework. Students need support in English, Reading, and Math. We are looking for volunteers to assist with English Language Learners. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who have a specific skill they would like to teach our students (music, art, sports, etc.). We also need Coaches for sports teams. Hours available are Monday-Friday from 3pm-6pm. While we would like a steady commitment from volunteers, we do not have a minimum hour requirement. Fingerprinting through LiveScan is required and we will cover the cost to do so. Volunteers can pick up a volunteer application and LiveScan information at our main site. All volunteers must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

BGCO - Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School

Website: http://bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: 760-433-8320 ext. 102
Address: 1290 Ivey Ranch Rd Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: We welcome volunteers who can assist our students with homework. Students need support in English, Reading, and Math. We are looking for volunteers to assist with English Language Learners. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who have a specific skill they would like to teach our students (music, art, sports, etc.). We also need Coaches for sports teams. Hours available are Monday-Friday from 3pm-6pm. While we would like a steady commitment from volunteers, we do not have a minimum hour requirement. Fingerprinting through LiveScan is required and we will cover the cost to do so. Volunteers can pick up a volunteer application and LiveScan information at our main site. All volunteers must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

BGCO - San Luis Rey Elementary School

Website: http://bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: 760-433-8320 ext. 102
Address: 3535 Hacienda Dr Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: We welcome volunteers who can assist our students with homework. Students need support in English, Reading, and Math. We are looking for volunteers to assist with English Language Learners. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who have a specific skill they would like to teach our students (music, art, sports, etc.). We also need Coaches for sports teams. Hours available are Monday-Friday from 3pm-6pm. While we would like a steady commitment from volunteers, we do not have a minimum hour requirement. Fingerprinting through LiveScan is required and we will cover the cost to do so. Volunteers can pick up a volunteer application and LiveScan information at our main site. All volunteers must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

BGCO - South Oceanside Elementary School

Website: http://bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: 760-433-8320 ext. 102
Address: 1806 S Home St Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: We welcome volunteers who can assist our students with homework. Students need support in English, Reading, and Math. We are looking for volunteers to assist with English Language Learners. Additionally, we welcome volunteers who have a specific skill they would like to teach our students (music, art, sports, etc.). We also need Coaches for sports teams. Hours available are Monday-Friday from 3pm-6pm. While we would like a steady commitment from volunteers, we do not have a minimum hour requirement. Fingerprinting through LiveScan is required and we will cover the cost to do so. Volunteers can pick up a volunteer application and LiveScan information at our main site. All volunteers must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters-Operation Bigs

Website: http://www.sdbigs.org
Contact Person: Megan Hartwell or Ryan Landis (meganh@sdbigs.org and RyanL@SDBigs.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 746-9173 (Megan), (858) 746-9109 (Ryan)
Address: Camp Pendleton or 4305 University Ave. Suite 300 San Diego CA 92105
Volunteer Needs: Our Operation Bigs program provides mentors to children whose parents are in the military. These children are in need of another adult in their life to provide encouragement and companionship. Volunteers are matched with a Little Brother or Little Sister to meet for one hour, one day a week at the child's school site on Camp Pendleton. During that hour the adult & child will participate in activities such as playing board games, doing arts and crafts or just running around outside playing sports, etc. Our Community Mentoring program volunteers are matched with a Little Brother or Sister and are able to go on outings outside of the school setting, such as going to the beach or to play basketball etc. In Community Mentoring our volunteers meet with the Little 2-4 times a month for 2-4 hours each time. Volunteers must be 18 years old, able to commit to one year, complete a background check, including DMV, criminal history, sex offender, etc. A $36 application fee is required to complete the background check, fee will be collected at interview. Megan Hartwell services North County and Ryan Landis services San Diego Mid-City.

Bonsall West Elementary

Website: http://bw.bosallusd.com
Contact Person: Joann Carruego (joann.carruego@bonsallusd.com)
Contact Phone: 760-721-8001
Address: 5050 El Mirlo Dr. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Students can volunteer at the MakerSpace Lab to help or teach students with STEM related projects/lessons. Students can also volunteer their time at the library where they have sewing machines and a 3D printer. The types of projects will vary by grade level and the amount of time each student volunteer is willing to provide. The projects/lessons can be done in several lessons over time or volunteers can work on smaller projects that can be done over one lesson. Volunteers need to have a TB test done, fingerprinting, and/or background check. No minimum hours required. Volunteers needed Monday-Friday from 8:30AM-2:00PM (Anytime by project).

Bonsall West Elementary S.T.R.E.A.M. Day

Website: http://bw.bosallusd.com
Contact Person: Joann Carruego (joann.carruego@bonsallusd.com)
Contact Phone: 760-721-8001
Address: 5050 El Mirlo dr. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers can help with the National S.T.R.E.A.M. Day festival on Friday, November 8th from 8:00AM-2:30PM. Students can work on different shifts throughout the day. S.T.R.E.A.M. day will consist of the entire school getting exposure and access to each stem concept. 3 hour shifts start at 7:30AM and end at 2:30PM. To sign up for this opportunity, go to the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScEpjfSLARtO4ki3Ycjhfp6o2TWG2ZcQrmO5C6bM0oAn2Bw_w/viewform?usp=pp_url.

Border Angels

Website: http://www.borderangels.org/
Contact Person: Dulce Aguirre (dulce@borderangels.org or info@borderangels.org)
Contact Phone: (619) 487-0249
Address: P.O.BOX 86598 San Diego California  92138
Volunteer Needs: Border Angels is an all volunteer, non profit organization that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to issues related to the US-Mexican border. Tasks include: Educational Friendship Park Tours, Day Labor Outreach Program, Water Drop Program, Marketing/Office Work.

Boys & Girls Club of Oceanside (Main site)

Website: http://www.bgcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Hillary Adams (hadams@bgcoceanside.org )
Contact Phone: (760) 433-8920
Address: 401 Country Club Lane Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Work with BGCO staff with members K-12th grade in after school enrichment programs. Volunteers assist with homework, tutoring, mentoring,Science, Music, Education, Recreation, or the Arts. Middle School: Monday 1:30-6:00, Tuesday-Friday 2:15-6:00, Elementary School: Monday-Friday 3:00-6:00. We require fingerprinting through Live Scan and will cover the cost to do so. Participants can pick up volunteer applications and Live Scan information at our main site. All participants must interview with the BGCO staff prior to being fingerprinted.

Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito

Website: http://www.bgcsandieguito.org
Contact Person: Abraham Rodriguez (volunteer@bgcsandieguito.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 755-9371
Address: 533 Lomas Santa Fe Drive Solana Beach CA 92075
Volunteer Needs: Serve as mentors, tutors, art & computer teachers, and more. Tell us your interests and we'll match you with a Boys and Girls Club from Carmel Valley to Encinitas. All volunteers get the training and support they need to be a successful part of our club and the lives of our members. Coaching sports is also needed. Monday-Thursday 2:30-6:00pm and Friday 1:15-6:00. For the safety of our club members, everyone is required to have a background check before being approved to volunteer.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad - Bressi Clubhouse

Website: http://www.bgccarlsbad.org
Contact Person: Jessica Leon (jleon@bgccarlsbad.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 585-4614
Address: 2730 Bressi Ranch Way Carlsbad CA 92009
Volunteer Needs: Assist with supervising children ages 6-12 and provide support during programs such as homework hour, computer time, arts and crafts, games, and/or sports. Program hours are Monday-Friday 2-6:00 pm and Thursday 1-6:00 pm. Homework Assistance: Mondays-Thursdays from 3-4:00 pm Assist students (one-on-one or small group) with homework. Club Hour: Mondays-Thursdays from 4-5:00 pm Assist with special interests, music, etc. Open Rooms: Mondays-Thursdays 5-6:00 pm and Fridays 3-6:00 pm Assist with supervision. Volunteers also needed for graphic design, administrative assistance, marketing and fundraising, mentorship, tutor, etc. Complete an application, background check (paid for by the Club/results may take up to a week), and a volunteer orientation.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad - Village Clubhouse

Website: http://www.bgccarlsbad.org
Contact Person: Nick Minnix (nminnix@bgccarlsbad.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 283-7947
Address: 3115 Roosevelt St. Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Assist with supervising children ages 6-12 and provide support during programs such as homework hour, computer time, arts and crafts, games, and/or sports. Program hours are Monday-Friday 2-6:00 pm and Thursday 1-6:00 pm. Homework Assistance: Mondays-Thursdays from 3-4:00 pm Assist students (one-on-one or small group) with homework. Club Hour: Mondays-Thursdays from 4-5:00 pm Assist with special interests, music, etc. Open Rooms: Mondays-Thursdays 5-6:00 pm and Fridays 3-6:00 pm Assist with supervision. Volunteers also needed for graphic design, administrative assistance, marketing and fundraising, mentorship, tutor, etc. Complete an application, background check (paid for by the Club/results may take up to a week), and a volunteer orientation.

Boys and Girls Club of Vista

Website: http://www.bgcvista.org
Contact Person: Raul Castillo (raul@bgcvista.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 724-6606 x24
Address: 410 W. California Avenue Vista CA 92083
Volunteer Needs: Provide guidance and leadership to youth members (ages 6-18). Assist with daily tutoring, homework, recreation activities, pre-planned activities, classes, workshops, art projects, music. Help is also needed with general clerical tasks. Monday- Friday 2:00-6:00 pm, and 6:30-8:30 am at Vista Magnet School. Flexible hours and additional school sites are available. Background check, fingerprinting required. Experience with youth strongly preferred, Bilingual a plus.

Brother Benno's Foundation - Thrift Shop

Website: http://www.brotherbenno.org
Contact Person: Helen Parsons (Parsons7016@sbcglobal.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 622-2117
Address: 3260 Production Ave Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: The opportunities at the shop include sorting, pricing, accepting donations, working the floor, organizing racks, and stocking all areas. The hours at Brother Bennos thrift shop for students are: Tuesday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm and Saturday 8:30-5:00pm. A tour of our Center is required. One can attend the first Saturday of each month at 9am or contact Helen Parsons for other options.

Butterfly Farms

Website:
Contact Person: Tom Merriman (info@butterflyfarms.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 613-5867
Address: 441 Saxony Rd. Encinitas CA 92081
Volunteer Needs: Plant propagation and maintenance, butterfly life stage propagation and maintenance. Assisting with social media, web editing using wordpress, writing press releases, media alerts, email marketing, video production and graphic design, database management, research, ability to perform basic office duties. Opportunities available 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm. A 20 hour minimum commitment required.

California Welcome Center

Website: http://visitoceanside.org/california-welcome-center-oceanside/
Contact Person: Veronica Voorhees (veronica@visitoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 721-1101
Address: 928 North Coast Highway, Bldg. A  Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Provide travel information, direction, maps, things to do and see; acting as a travel concierge. Office work is occasionally available. Volunteer shifts available are: 7 days a week Monday through Sunday, 9:00-1:00 or 1:00-5:00. Dress attire is business casual.

Carlsbad By The Sea Retirement Community

Website: http://www.carlsbadbythesea.org
Contact Person: Suzanne Feehan (sfeehan@frontporch.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 435-2579
Address: 2855 Carlsbad Blvd. Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Participate in individual and/or group activities with residents in Assisted Living, Independent Living and/or Skilled Nursing. Assist in social services components, and assist the fitness coordinator with residents who participate in the balance classes and with fitness equipment. TB clearance and background check required. Volunteers must also attend 1 1/2 hour orientation. Minimum of 6 hours per week for 3 months.

Carlsbad City Library

Website: http://www.carlsbadca.gov
Contact Person: Janet Galea (janet.galea@carlsbadca.gov)
Contact Phone: (760) 602-2042
Address: 1250 Carlsbad Village Dr. Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers must be at least 15 years of age, submit an application and attend an orientation. Six-month minimum commitment. Some volunteer positions require a background check (this can take 3-5 week so plan accordingly). Please contact the volunteer coordinator for more information.

Casa de Amistad

Website: http://www.casadeamistad.org
Contact Person: Corey Ford (volunteer@casadeamistad.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 356-4297
Address: 120 Stevens Avenue Solana Beach CA 92075
Volunteer Needs: Additional location: 1050 Regal Road, Encinitas, CA 92024. Act as a mentor and help with homework, reading, and being a positive role model for under-served students in grades K-12. Mentors are needed on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:15-5:45 PM and 6:00-7:30 PM in Solana Beach and Mondays from 4:00-5:30 pm in Encinitas. Most volunteers choose one day and one time that works best for their schedule each week. They typically work with the same child throughout the semester and can choose the age group they prefer to work with. Fingerprinting is required.

Center for Community Solutions

Website: http://www.ccssd.org
Contact Person: Stephanie Robitaille (srobitaille@ccssd.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 272-5777 ext. 127
Address: 240 S. Hickory Suite 110 Escondido CA 92025
Volunteer Needs: Join us as an Advocacy Support Facilitator or Leader of Children's Activities at our North County Emergency Shelter and provide services to survivors of domestic violence. You can also become a member of our Sexual Assault Response Team to support survivors during their forensic exams. References, clear background check and TB test clearance (for shelter roles) required. Training and orientation is provided to confirmed volunteers.

Children's Atelier Center

Website:
Contact Person: Diana Saenz (childrensatelier@gmail.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 942-3240
Address: 1508 Windson Road Cardiff CA 92007
Volunteer Needs: Plan and implement appropriate activities, introduce vocabulary words, engage in conversations with children, work with teachers, and make materials for children. 15 hour week commitment, TB test clearance and current Tdap & MMR vaccines. Volunteer opportunities available Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.

Children's Paradise Inc. Head Start & Early Head Start Partnership - Escondido

Website: http://childrensparadise.com/
Contact Person: Winnie Chu (Wchu@childrensparadise.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 407-8500 ext. 203
Address: 986 W. El Norte Parkway.  Escondido CA 92026
Volunteer Needs: PM tutoring, outdoor activities, or work in a classroom with an experienced Mentor Teacher to implement and engage in activities such as math, science, reading, art, music and cooking. Volunteer/Service Learning Student (less than 18 hours of volunteer work over the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap. Student Interns (requiring over 18 hours of volunteer time during the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, fingerprint background clearance, proof of flu shot (or signed waiver), and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap.

Children's Paradise Inc. Head Start & Early Head Start Partnership - Oceanside

Website: http://childrensparadise.com/
Contact Person: Winnie Chu (Wchu@childrensparadise.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 407-8500 ext. 203
Address: 2017-A Mission Ave.  Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: PM tutoring, outdoor activities, or work in a classroom with an experienced Mentor Teacher to implement and engage in activities such as math, science, reading, art, music and cooking. Volunteer/Service Learning Student (less than 18 hours of volunteer work over the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap. Student Interns (requiring over 18 hours of volunteer time during the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, fingerprint background clearance, proof of flu shot (or signed waiver), and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap.

Children's Paradise Inc. Head Start & Early Head Start Partnership-Melrose

Website: http://childrensparadise.com/
Contact Person: Winnie Chu (Wchu@childrensparadise.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 407-8500 ext. 203
Address: 145 N. Melrose Dr. #100  Vista CA 92083
Volunteer Needs: PM tutoring, outdoor activities, or work in a classroom with an experienced Mentor Teacher to implement and engage in activities such as math, science, reading, art, music and cooking. Volunteer/Service Learning Student (less than 18 hours of volunteer work over the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap. Student Interns (requiring over 18 hours of volunteer time during the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, fingerprint background clearance, proof of flu shot (or signed waiver), and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap.

Children's Paradise Inc. Head Start & Early Head Start Partnership-Vale Terrace

Website: http://childrensparadise.com/
Contact Person: Winnie Chu (Wchu@childrensparadise.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 407-8500 ext. 203
Address: 990 Vale Terrace Dr.  Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: PM tutoring, outdoor activities, or work in a classroom with an experienced Mentor Teacher to implement and engage in activities such as math, science, reading, art, music and cooking. Volunteer/Service Learning Student (less than 18 hours of volunteer work over the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap. Student Interns (requiring over 18 hours of volunteer time during the course of a school semester) must provide current negative TB test results (within one year), a current photo ID, fingerprint background clearance, proof of flu shot (or signed waiver), and proof of the following immunizations: MMR and Tdap.

Christa McAuliffe Elementary

Website: https://mcauliffe-ousd-ca.schoolloop.com/
Contact Person: Lulu Fernandez (lourdes.fernandez@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-8400 ext. 8402
Address: 3701 Kelton Dr. Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: Reading to students, literature circles, math groups, library help, PE, track, and Butterfly Garden. For evening hours, ask about the YMCA after school program. The volunteer hours are Monday-Friday from 8:15am-2:55pm. We are a national weigh station for the Monarch butterflies. We have a very active PTO. Fun Run this Fall- fast feet running program. No volunteer requirements and no minimum number of volunteer hours needed.

City of Carlsbad

Website: http://www.VolunteerinCarlsbad.net
Contact Person: Marie Jones-Kirk (marie.jones-kirk@carlsbadca.gov)
Contact Phone: (760) 434-2929
Address: 1200 Carlsbad Village Dr. Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Help out at the fun zone or craft booth at the recreation department’s special family events on Saturdays. During the week, serve lunch at the Carlsbad Senior Center. Help students do their homework after school at the Carlsbad libraries. Various other opportunities to get involved with the city, please see the website. Hours and requirements vary with each position.

City of Encinitas: Parks and Recreation

Website: http://www.encinitasparksandrec.com
Contact Person: Ken Rundle (krundle@encinitasca.gov)
Contact Phone: (760) 633-2754
Address: 505 S. Vulcan Ave Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Assisting Seniors at the computer Lab learn new applications and basic computer functions, after School tutoring, Special event volunteers for the Holiday Parade & egg hunt.

City of Hope

Website: http://www.cityofhope.org
Contact Person: Alyson Sprafkin (asprafkin@coh.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 452-6846
Address: 5090 Shoreham Place, Suite 212 San Diego CA 92122
Volunteer Needs: Working with wellness partners, yoga studios and gyms, administrative tasks, marketing, research and community outreach to raise awareness of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. Volunteers are required to have a passion for yoga or health as it relates to cancer prevention and long-term health benefits. Volunteers needed Monday-Friday and occasional weekends for special events.

City of Oceanside

Website: http://www.ci.oceanside.ca.us/gov/hr/volunteer.asp
Contact Person: Jenni Ybarra (jybarra@oceansideca.org)
Contact Phone: 760-435-3507
Address: 300 North Coast Hwy. (Human Resources Office) Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Hours and requirements vary with each position.

City of Vista

Website: http://www.cityofvista.com/
Contact Person: Rob Anderson (randerson@cityofvista.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 643-5264
Address: 200 Civic Center Dr. Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Assist in preschool programs, marketing, special event assistant, sports programs, sports management, coaching, elementary aged educational programs, program development, gift shop service, research genealogies, and more.

Coast Kids Preschool

Website: http://northcoastcalvary.org/ministries/life-stages/coast-kids-preschool/
Contact Person: Alisa Wickham (alisa@northcoastcalvary.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 579-4190
Address: 1330 Poinsettia Ln. Carlsbad CA 92011
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with children’s activities, setup & clean-up of class activities, sharing a hobby with children and Art Show prep. TB test clearance required. Also, proof of immunization is required against influenza, pertussis and measles unless qualified for an exemption. Volunteers times available Monday-Friday, 7:30am - 5:30pm at less than 10 hours per week.

Community HousingWorks

Website: http://chworks.org/volunteer
Contact Person: Tannia Montesinos (volunteer@chworks.org)
Contact Phone: (619) 795-1188
Address: 3111 Camino del Rio North Ste. 800  San Diego CA 92108
Volunteer Needs: Help lead after-school programs and practice your classroom leadership skills! Coordinate programs that support read alouds or tutoring with K-5th students. Participate in shared reading, reader's theater, phonic games, interactive activities and more! Be ready to laugh, have fun and make a difference in the life of a child. Hours are Monday-Friday, typically between 3pm-6:00pm. Volunteers are asked to make a minimum commitment of 1 hour/week for 4 months. Background check is required (via any LiveScan location) and is fully reimbursable, completes within 1-2 business days typically and costs $17-$25. We request volunteers to help at our Escondido, Vista, Fallbrook, or Poway locations.

Community HousingWorks - La Costa Paloma

Website: http://chworks.org/volunteer
Contact Person: Brenda Avalos
Contact Phone: (760) 405-6812
Address: 1953 Dove Lane Carlsbad CA 92009
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers who work well with K-5th grade students are encouraged to contact us to get involved. We are looking for volunteers to assist with tutoring, mentoring, doing community service outreach, event planning, and designing flyers and other marketing materials. The volunteer hours are Mon-Friday 3:00 pm- 6:00 pm. Volunteers are encouraged to do at least 1-3 hours per week. Background check is required (via any LiveScan location) and is fully reimbursable, completes within 1-2 business days typically and costs $17-$25.

Community of Practice - How to Bring the Indoors to the Outdoors

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Yi-Cheng Hu (ychu@miracosta.edu)
Contact Phone: (760) 795-6656
Address:    
Volunteer Needs: There are two parts to the event. The first is a workshop given for the community. Local preschool teachers will be invited to learn about hands-on activities for their Outdoor Classroom. In addition, there will be a family event from 11:30-1:00pm. Families will be invited to see and experience the Outdoor Classrooms across the Center. Volunteers will help with Outdoor Classroom set up and take down, refreshments, guiding participants, activity replenishment, and clean up. Volunteers should wear clothing for the outdoors, a hat, and bring a water bottle. The event is taking place on November 2. There are 3 shifts students can choose from: 8:00am-11:00am, 10:30am-1:30pm or 8:00am-1:30pm. The deadline to sign up is October 29. There is an orientation for this event on October 25 from 2:00pm-3:00pm (a make-up date on Oct. 30 from 2:00-3:00pm).

Community Resource Center

Website: http://www.crcncc.org
Contact Person: Sara Rosenbaum (srosenbaum@crcncc.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 230-6501
Address: 650 Second Street Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Food Distribution Center and Resale Store opportunities are available as well as special event volunteer opportunities. More information will be provided after students have been accepted into the program. Food Distribution Center hours: Monday through Friday 9:00-3:00. Resale stores hours: Seven days a week 10:00a-5:00p.

Computers 2 SD Kids

Website: http://www.c2sdk.org
Contact Person: Twyla Perry (tperry@c2sdk.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 200-9787 ext. 13
Address: 8324 Miramar Mall San Diego CA 92121
Volunteer Needs: C2SDK believes all children and their families in San Diego, regardless of their economic status, need to be computer literate and have equal access to technology and the crucial educational, occupational, and financial resources that technology can provide to improve their educational options and their futures. In support of our mission we have many ways an individual can give of their time. Volunteer opportunities include administrative/clerical support, assisting at E-Waste Events, assisting at school computer distributions, computer refurbishing, warehouse refurbishing assistance, computer training, and resale/ebay. Volunteers are welcome Monday-Friday from 9:30 am-5:30 pm and Saturday from 9:30 am-3:00 pm. Volunteers must complete paperwork and a background check (no fee).

Cottonwood Creek Conservancy

Website: https://www.facebook.com/CottonwoodCreekConservancy?filter=2
Contact Person: Brad Roth (broth@cox.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 436-2632
Address: 1507 Rubenstein Ave. Cardiff by the Sea CA 92007
Volunteer Needs: Maintenance of native habitat, invasive plant removal, and planting native plants. Must be able to do physical work on uneven terrain. Every second Saturday of the month 8:30-12:30.

County of San Diego: Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk

Website: https://arcc.sdcounty.ca.gov/Pages/contact-us.aspx
Contact Person: Ruby Reyes (ruby.reyes@sdcounty.ca.gov)
Contact Phone: (619) 531-5738
Address: 1600 Pacific Highway, Rm 109 San Diego CA 92101
Volunteer Needs: Filing, scanning, proofreading, and customer service. Good communication skills and basic computer skills are required. Volunteer opportunities available at San Marcos, El Cajon, Kearny Mesa, and Chula Vista locations. All volunteers must undergo a background check and medical screening at no cost to them. Hours vary, but a commitment of two hours per day is required.

Del Mar Heights Elementary School

Website: http://www.dmusd.org/
Contact Person: Tracy Polivka (tpolivka@dmusd.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 755-9367 x3323
Address: 13555 Boquita Dr. Del Mar CA 92014
Volunteer Needs: Tutoring, classroom assistance, physical education activities, help with school garden and many more activities. Minimum of one hour per week. TB test clearance required.

Del Rio Elementary

Website: http://delrio.oside.us/
Contact Person: Sheryl Fleming (sheryl.fleming@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7300
Address: 5207 E. Parker Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Assist in pre-K through 5th grade classrooms. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8:15am-2:55pm; Wednesday 8:15am-12:25pm.

ECOLIFE Conservation

Website: https://www.ecolifeconservation.org/support/volunteer
Contact Person: Chris Goering (cgoering@ecolifeconservation.org)
Contact Phone: 760-740-1346
Address: 101 North Broadway  Escondido CA 92025
Volunteer Needs: ECOLIFE has opportunities for students to participate in planting & harvesting aquaponic produce for people in need, aquaponics system building & maintenance, data collection & analysis, creative writing, and educational program development. Students will work at our solar-powered aquaponic ranch, our office location, and/or at school sites. Prefer students to come in for 4-hour shifts but do have an option for students available 2 hours a week.

Education Begins in the Home

Website: http://openabook.org
Contact Person: Edward Becerra (educationbeignsinthehome@gmail.com)
Contact Phone: (760)681-9950
Address: 523 Edgewater Ave Oceanside  CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Our goal is to help improve the literacy level of our youth- our focus is on elementary schools but we attend any school that invites us to participate in one of their events. We provide 3-5 FREE books to every person coming by our booth. We're looking for anyone interested in the field of education and interested in encouraging students to read more. We share the following philosophy with students and parents- "Reading is the key to success in school and school is the key to success in life, which is why we are putting FREE books in the hands of our students". Events typically are held at schools and can include mornings, mid afternoons and/or evenings. Volunteers are required to commit to at least 2 events per week or 10 hours per week. Events are typically Monday-Saturday 8am-5pm. A background check/fingerprinting are not required.

Escondido Post Acute Rehab

Website: http://escondidopostacute.com/
Contact Person: Jeff Lynch (activities@escondidopostacute.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 690-5638
Address: 421 E. Mission Ave. Escondido CA 92025
Volunteer Needs: Assist the activities department with group activities and one-on-one visits. Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00. Saturday and Sunday 8:30-4:00.

Fallbrook Food Pantry

Website: http://www.fallbrookfoodpantry.org
Contact Person: Jennifer Vetch (info@fallbrookfoodpantry.org)
Contact Phone: 760-728-7608
Address: 1042 S Mission Rd. Fallbrook CA 92028
Volunteer Needs: Assistance is needed to help sort, package, and distribute food items. We also are in need of volunteer drivers to help pick up food donations and make home deliveries. We welcome those with office skills as receptionists, interviewers, and grant writers. Periodically, we hold special events, fundraisers, and food drive collections, all of which require volunteer participation. Volunteers with interest in Nutrition Education, and those with Spanish-speaking and graphic design skills are also welcome. Volunteers are required to wear closed toe shoes and comfortable clothing. Volunteers must register for a New Volunteer Orientation on our website. Once on the volunteer page, click on the blue "Volunteer Now" button to create a user profile and view the calendar of events. No minimum hours are required, volunteers are welcome on a single or reoccurring basis.Volunteer shifts are in blocks of 2, 3, and 4 hour time slots. We are open Mon-Fri 8:30am-1pm, and Sat 9am-12pm.

First Presbyterian Preschool

Website: http://www.fpcoceanside.org
Contact Person: Julie Faumuina (jfaumuina@fpcoceanside.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 757-5120
Address: 2001 El Camino Real Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assisting in a preschool classroom under the direct supervision of teachers. TB test clearance required. Monday-Friday 7:00-5:30.

Foussat Elementary School

Website: http://foussat.oside.us/
Contact Person: Sam Glassford (sglassford@oside.k12.ca.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 721-2200
Address: 3800 Pala Road Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist the classroom teacher, for grades K-5, in a variety of activities; this could include language arts, physical education, math, science or social studies.

Fraternity House Incorporated

Website: http://www.fraternityhouse-inc.org/
Contact Person: Matt Harding (matt@fraternityhouse-inc.org )
Contact Phone: (760) 736-0292 x101
Address: 20702 Elfin Forest Rd. Escondido CA 92029
Volunteer Needs: Visiting with residents, playing games, assisting with resident activities / outings, assisting with household tasks, yard work, cooking, baking, and tutoring for residents who are studying for the GED. Fraternity House (Escondido) and Michaelle House (Vista) are residential homes for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Volunteer application, orientation session, TB test clearance required.

Fresh Start Surgical Gifts

Website: http://www.freshstart.org
Contact Person: Dayna Hardtman (Dayna@freshstart.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 448-2021
Address: 2011 Palomar Airport Rd Carlsbad CA 92011
Volunteer Needs: Administrative/clerical work and possibly a surgery weekend. Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm, some Saturdays and Sundays 6:00am-5:00pm. Application required.

Garrison Elementary School

Website: http://garrison.oside.us/
Contact Person: Martina Boeck (martina.boeck@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7600
Address: 333 Garrison St.  Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with classroom activities for kids in PreK-5th grade.

George G. Glenner Alzheimer's Family Centers - The Guardian Angel Program

Website: http://www.guardianangelvolunteers.org
Contact Person: Uriel Perez (uperez@glenner.org)
Contact Phone: (619) 543-4700
Address: 2765 Main Street, Suite A Chula Vista CA 91911
Volunteer Needs: Help San Diego County reduce senior isolation in long term care facilities. Provide one-on-one, help with activities, pet therapy, exercise, art classes, and other activities depending on location (we work with different locations throughout San Diego’s north county, east county, central San Diego and South Bay). Reimburse for mileage, TB test needed, background check covered by organization. Flexible and convenient hours.

Girl Scouts San Diego

Website: http://www.sdgirlscouts.org
Contact Person: Christa Sherman (csherman@sdgirlscouts.org)
Contact Phone: (619) 610-0786
Address: 1231 Upas St. Oceanside CA 92103
Volunteer Needs: Join the College Volunteer Leader Program to assist with coordination of quality program delivery providing fun in/outdoor activities within an afterschool or community group setting. The program serves various schools in North County with six meetings at each school per semester. One of our goals is to help girls ages 5 – 17 to develop their leadership skills and more. Volunteers will work to run programs under the following subjects; STEAM (science, technology, engineering arts, and math), health and wellness, the outdoors, financial literacy, life skills and community service. Volunteers who are bilingual in Spanish, Vietnamese, and Somali are welcome! The hours available to volunteer include Monday-Friday 11:00am-5:00pm and Saturday-Sunday occasional. There is no minimum hours required. We encourage volunteers with the following strengths: Public speaking; Group management; Teamwork; Bilingual; Responsible; Initiative; Proactive; Decision-making; Communication. Volunteers must complete a background check/volunteer application one week before the first day of orientation/training. Volunteers will go through a confidential screening process. Volunteers can find the form on our website at www.sdgirlscouts.org under the “volunteer” tab; 18 or older; reliable, insured vehicle or mode of transportation to get and from sites/ schools/ headquarters. Online application; link given to students after acceptance. Approx. $7 with financial assistance available.

Growing Minds Early Education Programs

Website: http://www.sdnccs.org
Contact Person: Lita Moore (volunteer@sdnccs.org )
Contact Phone: (760) 471-5483
Address: Various locations in North County   
Volunteer Needs: Assist with North County’s preschools for income qualified families, a garden's food to table program to grow food for our preschools and the administrative office. Preschool volunteers may assist in our kitchens preparing meals, in the classroom attending children, or maintaining preschool gardens. Office volunteers may assist with copying, filing, data entry, and other office tasks. Garden volunteers help planting, harvesting, weeding, and watering. Background check and TB test clearance required for pre-school volunteers.

Guajome Park Academy

Website: http://www.guajome.net
Contact Person: Lisa Borawski (borawskili@guajome.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 631-8500 ext. 1205
Address: 200 North Santa Fe Ave. Vista CA 92083
Volunteer Needs: Tutoring if proficient in the following areas: Math, Science, Social Sciences, Language and English. Monday-Thursday 3:00-4:00 PM.

Helen Woodward Animal Center

Website: http://www.animalcenter.org/get-involved/volunteer
Contact Person: Laurie Doyle (LaurieD@animalcenter.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 756-4117 ext. 370
Address: 6523 Helen Woodward Way Rancho Santa Fe CA 92067
Volunteer Needs: We post volunteer events on our website that we need help with. Orientations are mandatory to start volunteering as a program volunteer on a regular basis (once a week for a 6 month commitment) but not needed for one day events.

Hospice by the Sea

Website: http://www.hospicebythesea.org
Contact Person: Sarah Santana (SarahS@hospicebythesea.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 794-0195
Address: 312 South Cedros, Suite 250, Solana Beach CA 92075
Volunteer Needs: Volunteer opportunities include administrative support, creating flower arrangements, sewing, delivering to patients, and so much more! Students with interest in nursing, pre-med, gerontology, horticulture, and social work are encouraged! We have a diverse patient population; if you speak various languages, that's a plus! The volunteer hours are Monday-Friday, from 8am-9pm and Saturday-Sunday are on an as needed basis. A physical exam and TB test is required. A background check is also required, but of no cost to the volunteer. Lastly, volunteers must complete a minimum of 15 hours.

Inter Tribal Sports

Website: http://www.intertribalsports.org
Contact Person: Erika Jaimes (info@intertribalsports.org)
Contact Phone: (951) 719-3444
Address: 40880 County Center Drive, Suite K Temecula CA 92591
Volunteer Needs: Office/Administration, seasonal sports, outreach, and one-time events. Office open Monday-Friday 9:00 – 5:00pm. Our seasonal sports, outreach, and events are typically on Saturday around 9:00am - 5:00pm. Various shifts are available.

Ivey Ranch Elementary School

Website: http://www.ivey.oside.us/
Contact Person: Lulu Fernandez (lourdes.fernandez@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 966-4800 ext. 8402
Address: 4275 Via Rancho Rd Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with individuals or a small groups of students in a classroom setting. Help students succeed in reading or math activities. TB test clearance is required. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:15am-2:55pm; Wednesday 8:15am-12:25pm

Ivey Ranch Park Association

Website: http://www.iveyranch.com
Contact Person: Tonya Danielly (volunteer@iveyranch.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 722-4839
Address: 110 Rancho Del Oro Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Assist in children's activities like games, songs, arts and crafts, stories and snack time; assist with the equestrian program: work directly with riding instructor and special needs rider, help with grooming and turn-outs of horses, and maintain stables and tack. Office tasks are also available: routine office work, special assignments, paperwork, data entry, event planning and phone calls. 10 hours minimum commitment; TB test clearance required for working with children's activities. Children's activities: Monday- Friday 2:00-6:30pm. Equestrian program: Tuesday & Thursday 9:00-11:00am and afternoon hours, Wednesday & Friday afternoon hours, and Saturday 7:30am-12:00pm.

Joe and Mary Mottino YMCA

Website: https://www.ymca.org/get-involved/volunteer
Contact Person: Mike Whithers
Contact Phone: (760) 758-0808
Address: 4701 Mesa Drive Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: Assist in various departments and one-time events such as the annual Gala, Healthy Kids Day, Bike the Coast and more. Please apply online through the branch website and you will be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator. Completion of online modules required.

Junior Achievement of San Diego

Website: http://www.jasandiego.org
Contact Person: Laura Bagheri (lbagheri@jasandiego.org)
Contact Phone: 619-906-4928
Address: 4756 Mission Gorge Place San Diego CA 92120
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are afforded the opportunity to share Junior Achievement financial literacy content with K-12 grade community in a classroom/school setting. All volunteers receive orientation and training. The sites are located throughout North County: Oceanside, Vista, Escondido, San Marcos, Poway Carlsbad, Encinitas, Cardiff, Solana Beach, and Del Mar. This is a great opportunity for future educators, business, accounting, economics, child development, sociology, psychology, and any volunteer who is interested in working with youth and financial literacy. Students must complete a volunteer form, attend a one hour training, and sign up for Junior Achievement Days on the main schedule.

Kainga Music

Website: http://www.kaingamusic.com
Contact Person: Juliet Royer King (julie@kaingamusic.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 685-4012
Address: PO Box 705 Oceanside CA 92049
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers needed to help with this steel drum music program. If volunteering within a school, fingerprinting may be needed. Costs may be covered if students volunteer to semester long commitment. Hours are Wednesday & Thursday, 5-8:30pm.

Kidz World Academy

Website: http://gracesd.tv
Contact Person: Grace Major (gmajor@gracesd.tv)
Contact Phone: (760) 433-9922 ext. 212
Address: 1602 S. El Camino Real  Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assist in the preschool classroom and in the administrative office at Grace Church. Child development and marketing majors are welcome! Volunteers are needed Monday through Friday from 7:30am-6:00pm. A TB Test is required. Volunteers are asked to volunteer a minimum of 10 hours per week.

La Costa Heights Elementary School

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Sue Barchy
Contact Phone: (760) 944-4375
Address: 3035 Levante St Carlsbad CA 92009
Volunteer Needs: Assist in kinder play time at recess, small group reading activities, 6th grade leadership team.

Las Valientes

Website: http://www.lasvalientes.org
Contact Person: Ana Maria Serrano (anaserrano@lasvalientes.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 439-1133
Address: 1330 East Vista Way, Suite 5 Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Perform simple office tasks, Interpret for clients and attorneys if needed, assisting with filling out legal forms, attend restraining order clinics, legal clinics, and record client's testimonies. Students or volunteers must be comfortable speaking Spanish, as well as English, and have transportation, and have a good temperament

Laurel Elementary - Preschool Program

Website: http://www.laurel.oside.us/
Contact Person: Victor Vega (victor.vega@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 966-4200
Address: 1410 Laurel St. Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist in elementary school reading and math.

Libby Elementary

Website: http://www.libby.oside.us/
Contact Person: Liliana Gonzalez (liliana.gonzalez@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7000
Address: 423 W. Redondo Dr. Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers in K-5th grade classrooms. A current T.B. clearance is required. Our school hours are from 9:00-3:00, except for Wednesdays our hours are 9:00-1:00.

MAAC Project Head Start, Carlsbad

Website: http://www.maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/
Contact Person: Ariana Ayazi (aayazi@maacproject.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 720-4378
Address: 3368 Eureka Place Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Assist in a child development environment with 3-5 year olds, help is needed in the classroom, office, and sorting community donations. Willing to work with students of different disciplines/majors to create projects that meet student needs. Application required for ongoing volunteers. TB test clearance required for 16+ hours. Monday-Thursday 7:00-5:00, and some Fridays.

MAAC Project Head Start, Island Club Center

Website: http://www.maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/
Contact Person: Tammy Williams (twilliams@maacproject.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 941-7616
Address: 2322 Catalina Cr. Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Assist lead teacher, co-teacher and director to implement the curriculum through educational play and age appropriate interaction with children ages 3-5. Monday-Thursday 7:30-5:00. After 16 volunteer hours, TB test is required.

MAAC Project Head Start, North Coast

Website: http://www.maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/
Contact Person: Tracey Astorga (tastorga@maacproject.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 966-7135
Address: 1501 Kelly St.  Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assist in a child development environment with 3-5 year olds, help is needed in the classroom and office. Willing to work with students of different disciplines/majors to create projects that meet student needs. Application required for ongoing volunteers. TB test clearance required for 16+ hours. Monday-Thursday 7:00-5:00, and some Fridays.

MAAC Project Head Start, Old Grove

Website: http://www.maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/
Contact Person: Valerie Cabana-Honracek (VCabana-Hornacek@maacproject.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 433-7589
Address: 235 Via Pelicano Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Assist in the classroom under the direction of the Lead Teacher. College students will interact with toddlers with indoor and outdoor activities. Application (1-2 week process), current on immunizations, flu shot and TB test clearance required.

MAAC Project Head Start, Olive Center

Website: http://www.maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/
Contact Person: Alice Rodriguez (arodriguez@maacproject.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 726-4272
Address: 739 Olive Avenue Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Assist lead teacher, co-teacher and Director to implement the curriculum through educational play and age appropriate interaction with the children in the program. After 16 hrs. TB test and fingerprints are required. Monday-Friday 7:30-5:00

MAAC Project Head Start--Parent Involvement

Website: http://www.maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/
Contact Person: Rebecca Kirkpatrick (rkirkpatrick@maacproject.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 471-4210
Address: (Administration) 800 W. Los Vallecitos Blvd San Marcos CA 
Volunteer Needs: Practice Spanish skills through various tasks. Students from Spanish 203, will assist with evening parent meetings, provide translations (Spanish/English), assist with sign-in activities, help answer incoming Spanish phone calls and help Spanish speaking walk-in clients. To complete a volunteer application, first email Rebecca Kirkpatrick with your name, contact information, time of availability, and location of interest (Oceanside, Vista, Carlsbad, San Marcos or Escondido). Application and TB test clearance.

MADD San Diego County

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Cristi Walker (cristi.walker@madd.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 564-0780 x6664
Address: 9948 Hibert St. Suite 107  San Diego CA 92131
Volunteer Needs: Assist with Victim Impact Panel, Speakers Bureau, Public Awareness Booths, Youth in Action, Law Enforcement Recognition Luncheon, Golf Outing, Walk Like MADD and Tie one on for Safety Campaign. Application and training required. Must not be involved in current DUI offense.

Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA

Website: https://www.ymca.org/get-involved/volunteer
Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator
Contact Phone: (760) 942-9622
Address: 200 Saxony Rd Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Assist with various youth programs and services. Monday-Wednesday 1:00-5:00, Thursday and Friday 12:00-5:00 and Saturday 8:00-3:00. A volunteer application, background check (no cost) and child abuse training (online) are required. Some positions require a minimum of 10 hours and some require a minimum of 20 hours.

Magdalena Ecke YMCA Preschool

Website: http://www.ymca.org/ecke
Contact Person: Lexie Palacio (lpalacio@ymca.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 942-9622 ex 12562
Address: 200 Saxony Rd. Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Preschool classroom assistance for students 2-5yrs old. Preschool office administrative tasks and director support. YMCA offers a unique experience for students by exposing them to a variety of programming activities within the YMCA. Swim, dance and Karate are offered as well as an intentional play-based and emergent curriculum. TB test, Tdap and MMR vaccination required. Background check, fingerprinting & child abuse training paid for by YMCA. Open M-F 6:30am-6:00pm.

Mano a Mano Foundation

Website: http://www.facebook.com/dra.villarrealmanoamano
Contact Person: Beatriz Villareal (beatrizvillarreal@yahoo.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 492-8897
Address: 1103 Quail Gardens Court Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Assist with parent and youth workshops (topics vary: gang and drug awareness, education, parenting, etc.) College students are also needed to help setup, assist with childcare during the parenting workshops, help organize rooms, help with registration of parents and students.

Maryland Elementary Everyone a Reader Initiative: Kindergarten-Grade 3

Website: http://me.vistausd.org
Contact Person: Michelle Gosnell (michellegosnell@vistausd.org)
Contact Phone: 760-445-4049
Address: 700 North Ave Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Everyone a Reader is a reading skills development initiative where volunteers help struggling readers in a safe, nurturing school environment. We welcome community service learning volunteers to engage in a mutually beneficial partnership in the following areas: In-School Reading Partners (1.5 hours/week or more; 8: 20-2:20 PM; M-F) and After School Service Reading Partners (3:30-5:00 PM; M-F). Community Service Volunteers have received special honors, awards, and scholarships and were well prepared for employment through their community service learning experience/internships with us! We provide brief orientation sessions and resources for new volunteers. All interested volunteers MUST go through the Vista Unified School District first.

MiraCosta Child Development Center

Website: http://www.miracosta.edu/instruction/childdevelopmentcenter/index.html
Contact Person: Linda Haar (lhaar@miracosta.edu)
Contact Phone: (760) 795-6862
Address: MS 2 Oceanside CA 
Volunteer Needs: Assisting with children's activities. TB test clearance is required.

MiraCosta College Disabled Students Programs and Services

Website: http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/dsps/index.html
Contact Person: Abrey Nydegger (anydegger@miracosta.edu)
Contact Phone: (760) 795-6658
Address: One Barnard Drive Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: In class aides; note takers. Commitment and dependability a must.

MiraCosta English Language Institute

Website: http://www.miracosta.edu/eli
Contact Person: Zakia Farouq (zfarouq@miracosta.edu)
Contact Phone: 760-622-8770
Address: One Barnard Drive  Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: College students are needed to interact with international students. College students must be willing to carry conversations in English and encourage international students to practice their English. This is a perfect service learning opportunity for students wanting to learn about other cultures and needing placements on campus. Hours of service will be between 10-2:30pm on Monday-Thursday and hours will vary on Friday. For any questions, contact Zakia Farouq through email or telephone. One must commit to a minimum, one Friday a week and full semester.

Mission CDC, Quality Children's Services

Website:
Contact Person: Doris Roldan or Gabriella Romero (missioncdc@aol.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 967-1370
Address: 3870 Mission Avenue D6 Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers in the classroom and on the playground in a Montessori environment. TB test required and volunteers must bring identification. Monday-Friday 6:30-5:00.

Mission Elementary - Preschool Program

Website: http://mission.oside.us/
Contact Person: Valeria Robinson (valeria.robinson@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 966-8700
Address: 2100 Mission Ave. Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Preschool assistance.

Mission Elementary School

Website: http://mission.oside.us/
Contact Person: Valeria Robinson (valeria.robinson@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 966-8700
Address: 2100 Mission Ave Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist in classrooms. TB test required. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:55 am to 3:35 pm; Wednesday is 8:55 am to 1:05 pm.

Mountain Shadows Ancillary Services

Website: http://www.mtnshadows.com/
Contact Person: Donna Heard (dheard@mtnshadows.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 743-3714 ext. 122
Address: 970 Los Vallecitos Blvd. Suite 100 San Marcos CA 92069
Volunteer Needs: We have many ongoing opportunities for service and volunteer work. We have over 30 sites serving individuals with intellectual disabilities in San Diego County. We also have opportunities for students interested in program development and/or Human Resources. We ask that volunteers complete a minimum of 10 hours with our organization. We offer flexible volunteer hours. Volunteer times on-site include Monday (8:30am-4:00pm), Tuesday (8:30am-4:00pm), Wednesday (8:30am-4:00pm), Thursday (8:30am-4:00pm), and Friday (8:30am-4:00pm). We also offer remote evening hours Monday-Friday, and remote work on Saturday and Sunday. No background or TB test needed. All majors are welcome: Psychology, Sociology, Nursing, Horticulture, Kinesiology, Business, Marketing, Special Education, Health Care, Business Administration, Counseling, Education, etc.

Move Your Feet Before You Eat

Website: http://moveyourfeetfoundation.org/
Contact Person: Colleen Soto (csoto42@hotmail.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 434-5255
Address: 603 Seagaze Drive #968 Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Events, office assistance, public relations, social media, and technology. Students are also needed to present health and nutrition related workshops to children during after school programs.

Murrieta Valley High School

Website:
Contact Person: Natalie Riddle (nriddle@murrieta.k12.ca.us)
Contact Phone: 951-696-1408 ext. 5297
Address: 42200 Nighthawk Way Murrieta CA 92562
Volunteer Needs: Our volunteer needs include classroom assistance, TA opportunities, tutoring, and helping with school . Volunteer requirements include a TB test, Livescan, and a copy of your driver's license. Volunteers are welcome M-F from 7:30am-2:30pm.

Museum of Making Music

Website: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org
Contact Person: Bill Kilpatrick (billk@namm.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 304-5819
Address: 5790 Armada Dr Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Help with Museum Gift Store, Visitor Experience Specialist, curatorial assistance, concerts & various office tasks and other needs as they arise. Docent (adult & senior tour guide) and Facilitator (school group tour guide) opportunities are also available; extra training required. Interested parties can apply in person or online. Prospective volunteers will first have a one-on-one interview with Mr. Kilpatrick. Once participants are selected, they will be oriented in the various daily tasks – store and Visitor Experience – after which they sign up to “shadow” and learn from existing volunteers. Formal volunteer training Volunteer training sessions (MoMM 101) are held during the summer months; class dates & time TBD. All volunteers are required to complete this course. Volunteers must serve a minimum of 60 hours per year to maintain their active volunteer status.

NAMI San Diego

Website: http://www.namisandiego.org
Contact Person: Evan Hodges (evanhodges@namisd.org)
Contact Phone: 760-722-3754
Address: 1701 Mission Ave Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed for general office help, NAMI Walks, event help, to present on topics surrounding mental health, to engage youth on reducing stigma, and more. Psychology and Sociology majors are welcome. This is a great opportunity to explore a career in the mental health sector. Volunteer hours include Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. Volunteers are required to complete an application, interview, reference checks, and an orientation. No minimum volunteer hour requirement.

National Association of Real Estate Brokers

Website: http://www.narrebsd.org
Contact Person: Ramona S. Jones (rsjones1169@gmail.com)
Contact Phone: (619) 889-6718
Address: 1717 E. Vista Way Suite #111  Vista  CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Volunteer needs include administrative tasks, such as using Excel spreadsheet, contacting real estate agents, preparing events on Eventbrite, creating surveys using Survey Monkey, contact notifications, phone calls to new members and membership, correspondence, database management, research, internet radio show preparation, event coordination as well as registration, program coordination, and/or social media campaign efforts. Volunteers needed Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, and Saturday 10am-3pm. The minimum requirement of hours for volunteers is 2-4 hours a week, ideally 6-10 hours a week. No background check required. Good for students interested in business, marketing, real estate, project management, finance majors, public relations, community coalition focus, and African American community awareness campaigns.

Nature Collective

Website: http://www.thenaturecollective.org
Contact Person: Joe DeWolf (joe@thenaturecollective.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 436-3944 x709
Address: P.O. Box 230634  Encinitas CA 92023
Volunteer Needs: Help connect, experience, and protect nature through habitat restoration activities. Restoration activities include planting native plants, invasive plant removal, seed collection, and/or native plant propagation. Visit the Nature Collective website to sign up for volunteer events, or email Joe DeWolf at joe@thenaturecollective.org.

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

Website: http://www.nmcrs.org
Contact Person: Bethany Brown or Cheryl Myrick (Camppendleton@nmcrs.org )
Contact Phone: (760) 725-5337 opt. 3
Address: PO Box 555006 Camp Pendleton CA 92055
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed to help with receptionist duties, casework, budget for baby instructors, and thrift shop duties. Hours available to volunteer include Monday-Friday from 8:00-4:00. Students interested in volunteering with us, must commit to a minimum of 40 hours.

Noah's Ark Learning Center

Website: http://www.noahsarkvista.com
Contact Person: Peggy Hughes (peg@noahsarkvista.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 724-5445
Address: 1410 Foothill Dr. Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with children 6 weeks to 6 years. TB test clearance required. Monday-Friday 6:00am-6:00pm.

North County Food Bank

Website: https://northcountyfoodbank.org
Contact Person: Wendy Starling (wstarling@sandiegofoodbank.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 527-1419
Address: 680 Rancheros Drive, Suite 100 San Marcos CA 92069
Volunteer Needs: Students can help with collecting donations, sorting food, packing and distributing food boxes and assisting with organizing the center. North County's Food Bank is operated by San Diego Food Bank.

North County Immigration & Citizenship Center

Website: http://www.northcountycitizenship.org
Contact Person: Linda Martinez Haley (linda@northcountycitizenship.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 509-2589
Address: 120 Stevens Avenue Solana Beach CA 92075
Volunteer Needs: Office work: clerical support, database entry, archiving, research, and other related immigration advocacy. Come learn about how non-profits function! Classroom work: volunteer tutor support for Tuesday night ESL classes, Wednesday night citizenship tutoring, or the bilingual Wednesday night Drivers' Education class. Please consider helping an immigrant learn in one of these important areas! Childcare: We need future teachers who can assist with childcare on Tuesday nights from 6-8pm Event Support: translation & greeting clients. Volunteers needed 1x a week (1 hour minimum). One-time volunteers are welcome for special event support. We are especially looking for future lawyers or paralegals who might be interested in helping with client intake for a monthly legal clinic, or helping us develop this important new service.

North County LGBTQ Resource Center

Website: http://ncresourcecenter.org
Contact Person: Max Disposti (info@ncresourcecenter.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 994-1690
Address: 3220 Mission Avenue, Suite 2 Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist with community outreach, workshop presentations, front desk intakes, tabling at conferences, social worker related tasks, marketing initiatives, phone banking, data entry, leadership related tasks, and assisting support groups. TB test clearance required. Adult volunteers who wish to work with minors are required to undergo a background check; fees covered by resource center.

North County Lifeline

Website: http://www.nclifeline.org
Contact Person: Anabel Melo (volunteer@nclifeline.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 842-6254
Address: 200 Michigan Avenue Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Long term volunteering/internships are available in the areas of juvenile diversion/youth development and employment & housing. Some programs/volunteer opportunities may require a minimum commitment of 90 hours. We have a limited number of volunteer and service learning opportunities so we strongly encourage you to review our website before scheduling an interview. Service Learning Opportunities: - Club Crown Heights at La Casita: Tutors are needed for an after school program that provides services to (on average) 30 children ages 6 to 12 on a daily basis. This program is set up as an early intervention program for at-risk youth that allows for a safe space for children to go to when released from school. *Tutors needed 1-4 days a week for 2-4 hours per day*. - Child Activity Helper: This volunteer position enables Lifeline clients to actively engage in their services and programming, knowing their child is safely entertained. Volunteers will assist in implementing group activities for children ranging in age from 2-12, assist with homework, and help monitor the sign-in process. Volunteers will work out of the North County Lifeline Vista location and can volunteer Mondays or Tuesday, 4pm to 7:30pm. We have a limited number of volunteer and service learning opportunities so we strongly encourage you to review our website before scheduling an interview. TB test, drug screen and fingerprints are required for each opportunity and are paid for by North County Lifeline.

North Terrace Elementary - Preschool Program

Website: http://www.nt.oside.us/
Contact Person: Kathleen Holohan (kathleen.holohan@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7505
Address: 141 Santa Rosa Dr. Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist with preschool children. TB test clearance and 3-4 hours per week commitment is required.

North Terrace Elementary School

Website: http://www.nt.oside.us/
Contact Person: Kathleen Holohan (kathleen.holohan@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7500
Address: 141 Santa Rosa Dr. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Tutoring, after school program, and assisting with preschool, working with small groups K-5 in math and reading. TB test clearance and 3-4 hours per week commitment required.

Oceanside Adventist Elementary School

Website: http://myoae.com/
Contact Person:
Contact Phone: (760) 722-6894
Address: 1943 California Street Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Classroom, playground assistance, and secretarial support. Monday- Friday 7:30-4:00. TB test required. Students interested in assisting with PE class are encouraged to volunteer.

Oceanside Museum of Art

Website: http://www.oma-online.org
Contact Person: Citli Mejía (citli@oma-online.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 435-3721
Address: 704 Pier View Way Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed for different areas within the institution (Visitor Services, Events, and Education programs, etc). We also offer internships within the different departments (marketing, education, facilities, visitor services, etc). We welcome students with customer service and previous museum or art gallery experience or anyone with an interest in any of these! Students may apply through our website ( https://oma-online.org/volunteer/ ) or in person- just stop by anytime during Museum hours (Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 11am-5pm, Thursday and Friday 11am-8pm, and Sunday 12pm-5pm; we are closed on Mondays). A brief interview, an orientation, and training is required- all of which will get discussed and scheduled once the application has been turned in. Call or e-mail Citli Mejía for any questions or concerns.

Oceanside Public Library

Website: http://www.oceansidepubliclibrary.org
Contact Person: Cheri Noel (cnoel@ci.oceanside.ca.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 435-5564
Address: 330 N. Coast Highway Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Tutoring, children's services, processing and mending books, computer assistance, bookstores, book sales, and Board members. Background checks are required and paid for by the city. Interested students must first visit Cheri Noel in the Library Administration Dept. to begin the application process. Monday-Saturday: times vary. Prefer volunteers who are willing to make an ongoing commitment to the library (except students studying Library Services).

Olivenhain Pioneer Elementary School

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Elaine Feuer-Barton (elaine.barton@eusd.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 943-2000
Address: 8000 Calle Acervo Carlsbad CA 92009
Volunteer Needs: Assist with Everyone a Reader program where tutors work with 4 elementary students on a one on one basis for about 90 minutes per week. The program lasts through early June with breaks for school holidays. Volunteers must attend a 2-3 hr. training and provide references. Interest in education is desired, but anyone interested in helping kids are welcome. M-Th 8:15-9:30, 10:00-11:15 and 12:15-1:30.

Operation HOPE (Financial Literacy)

Website: http://www.operationhope.org
Contact Person: Yvette M. Quesada (yvette.quesada@operationhope.orgorg)
Contact Phone: 760-233-5883
Address: 300 W. Grand Avenue Suite #100A Escondido CA 92025
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers will be provided with training in financial literacy to promote resources and assist with workshops during community outreach. Bilingual opportunities available. Weekdays 9am-4pm and some evenings as well as one Saturday a month. Great opportunity for students with majors in social sciences, finance, social ecology, communication, & business.

Operation HOPE-North County

Website: http://www.operationhopeshelter.org
Contact Person: Aeriell Woodhams (awoodhams@operationhopeshelter.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 536-3880x304
Address: 859 E Vista Way Vista CA 92081
Volunteer Needs: Operation HOPE-North County is a year round homeless shelter serving families & single women. Volunteer needs include: reception desk, client interaction, playground & child supervision, homework help, games, arts & crafts, computer help, overnight back up and provide an educational program for adults/children. Help is also needed with special projects/events. Various shifts are available: M-F 3-6 pm and 6- 9pm , Sat & Sun 8am-12noon, 12-4pm, 4-9pm and M-F 9pm-7:30am. Volunteers must commit to serving a minimum of 10 hours. Paperwork & background check is required - $18 fee, paid by the volunteer; exceptions made on case-by-case basis. For the next orientation/training contact Aeriell Woodhams, Community Engagement Coordinator. To sign-up to volunteer, go to this link https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=1114627114&OR=1.

Pacific View Charter School

Website: http://www.pacificview.org
Contact Person: Gayl Johnson (gjohnson@pacificview.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 757-0161
Address: 3670 Ocean Ranch Blvd Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: Front office clerical, tutoring, and classroom support in all subjects (grades 6-12) is available to service learners. A TB test is required.

Palmquist Elementary School

Website: http://www.palmquist.oside.us/
Contact Person: Charlene West (charlene.west@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-8500
Address: 1999 California Street Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Students are needed to assist with the Best Foot Program, a literacy program. Interview kindergarteners and 1st graders & ask them questions about what they have read. 1 hour a week commitment required. Hours are 8:30 am to 3:00 pm on MTTHF and 8:30 am to 12:00 pm on Wednesday.

Paul Ecke Elementary School

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Sylvia
Contact Phone: (760) 944-4323
Address: 185 Union Street Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Work side by side with teachers to make classroom observations, work with small groups of students, and do one to one tutoring. The best way to contact Joan Whitley is via email.

Pilgrim Children's Center

Website: http://www.pilgrimchildrenscenter.com/
Contact Person: Jennifer Goins (pilgrimchildctr@sbcglobal.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 729-4464
Address: 2020 Chesnut Ave. Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with classroom activities for children ages 2-5 years of age. Center hours are 7am-6pm. Volunteer hours are flexible. Also seeking volunteers for campus improvement projects like gardening, building play houses, painting murals, etc. Volunteers working with kids must be fingerprinted and TB tested.

Poinsettia Elementary School

Website: http://www.pes.cusd.ca.schoolloop.com/
Contact Person: Silvia Crowley or Marjorie Giordani (scrowley@carlsbadusd.net or mgiordani@carlsbadusd.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 331-6500
Address: 2445 Mica Rd. Carlsbad CA 92009
Volunteer Needs: Assist with supporting English Language Development Programs, that provide instruction for English Language learners in their classroom setting. This helps students who speak limited English to understand the teacher's instruction and helps them complete assignments. This may also include working with all students in small groups to further explain instruction or work on vocabulary or writing. Basic classroom assistance and help students with homework. School hours are Monday-Friday 8:15-2:35pm, and volunteer hours can be flexible. Application and valid identification required. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Must commit to 2 hours per week.

Pride by the Beach/North County LGBTQ Resource Center

Website: http://www.pridebythebeach.org
Contact Person: Lisa Nava (lisa@pridebythebeach.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 944-1960
Address: 3220 Mission Ave. #2 Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed to promote this event throughout the city and other designated areas. Volunteers are encouraged to have fun and interact with the public. Volunteers are needed on the following dates; Mon. 10/1, Tues. 10/2, Wed. 10/3, Thurs. 10/4, Fri. 10/5, Sat. 10/6 (PrideBuild Day) and Sat. 10/13. Volunteers must be available on Oct. 5 for Orientation Day and Oct. 13 for the day of the event. No fingerprinting or background check needed.

Project REACH

Website: http://www.vistacommunityclinic.org/Reach
Contact Person: Christian Gomez (Christian.A.Gomez@vcc.clinic)
Contact Phone: (760) 631-5000 ext. 7198
Address: Various Locations in North County Oceanside CA 92057
Volunteer Needs: Project REACH is a free afterschool youth development program for youth 6th-12th grade. The program has three sites 1) Project REACH Libby Lake, 4700 North River Road, Oceanside, CA. 92057. 2) Balderrama REACH, 709 San Diego St., Oceanside, CA. 92058. 3) RBV REACH located on the Rancho Buena Vista High School campus. The program focuses on the prevention of drug abuse and teen pregnancy. Assists with tutoring, prevention curriculum, life skill classes, and after school activities.

Rancho Coastal Humane Society

Website: http://www.rchumanesociety.org/
Contact Person: Mary Pilon (volunteer@rchumanesociety.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 753-6413
Address: 389 Requeza St. Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Assistance is needed with the RCHS Community Pet Food Bank. The Food Bank is open on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 9:00am-11:00am. Pet food and supplies are distributed to people in need. Students must attend an orientation and are asked to complete a minimum of 15-20 hours.

Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society

Website: http://www.rsfhs.org
Contact Person: Sharon Alix (info@rsfhs.org)
Contact Phone: (858) 756-9291
Address: PO Box 1 Rancho Santa Fe CA 92067
Volunteer Needs: Help needed working with museum acquisitions, filing, scanning articles, computer input on Apple computers. Also, digitizing images of artifacts and archival material for ease of research and retrieval. Our hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10am – 3:00pm. We would require 2 hours per week with a minimum commitment of 30 hours. Students from San Elijo campus preferred due to travel distance. Recommended for students with interest in history and computer skills.

REINS - Therapeutic Riding Program

Website: http://www.reinsprogram.org
Contact Person: Maggie Kibler (maggie@reinsprogram.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 731-9168
Address: 4461 S. Mission Road Fallbrook CA 92028
Volunteer Needs: Assist with lessons for the disabled, leading horses, side walking with disabled riders, helping with ranch chores. Monday- Friday 8:30am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-5:00pm. Saturdays 8:30am-12:00pm or 12:30pm-4:00pm. 10 hours minimum.

Salvation Army of Oceanside

Website: http://www.sandiego.salvationarmy.org/sierra_del_mar/oceanside
Contact Person: Karen Roth (karen.roth@usw.salvationarmy.org)
Contact Phone: (619) 446-0228
Address: 3935 Lake Blvd. Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: There are several areas to volunteer in: after school programs, tutoring, social services, case workers, youth programs, nutrition programs, senior programs, public relations, graphic design, and web design. Hours are Monday-Friday from 9am to 2pm. Volunteer application must be completed and background/reference checks are required.

San Diego Children's Discovery Museum

Website: http://www.sdcdm.org
Contact Person: Amber Perkins (amberp@sdcdm.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 233-7755
Address: 320 N. Broadway Escondido CA 92025
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed to help with exhibits, education, marketing, and operations. We also offer internship opportunities. Hours are Monday-Sunday, from 9am-5pm. Volunteers must complete fingerprinting/background check. Volunteers can go to AAA LiveScan in Escondido at a cost of $40. Volunteers are required to volunteer 40 hours if SDCDM covers the cost of your LiveScan.

San Diego County Library - Vista Branch

Website: http://sdcl.org
Contact Person: Cecilia Rincon (ceci.rincon@sdcounty.ca.gov)
Contact Phone: (760) 643-5100
Address: 700 Eucalyptus Ave Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: No requirements if volunteering less than 15 hours. For students who wish to volunteer longer than 15 hours, a background check is required. Students are able to volunteer: Monday-Thursday 9:00am - 8:00pm; Friday-Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm; and Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm.

San Diego North County Lions

Website: http://sdnclionsclub.wix.com/sdnclions
Contact Person: Cori "Coco" Blodgett (legsallmyt@hotmail.com)
Contact Phone: (442) 224-7331
Address: P.O. Box 713 San Luis Rey CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assist with outreach events to benefit the community, such as Lion Eyes Across California. Events are centered around health, vision & resources for the low income community. Students can also assist with carnival activities during the events.

San Diego Superior Court

Website: http://www.sdcourt.ca.gov/
Contact Person: Kathy Hudson (katherine.hudson@sdcourt.ca.gov)
Contact Phone: (760) 201-8322
Address: 325 South Melrose Drive Vista CA 92081
Volunteer Needs: Working in jury lounge, assisting in business offices with court runs and filing, information desk, and traffic business. Minimum of 100 volunteer hours and at least one shift per week. Application, fingerprints, and background check required.

San Dieguito River Park Joint Powers Authority (JPA)

Website: http://www.sdrp.org
Contact Person: Kevin McKernan (kevin@sdrp.org)
Contact Phone: 858-674-2275
Address: 18372 Sycamore Creek Rd Escondido CA 92025
Volunteer Needs: Garden and landscape design/installation/maintenance projects throughout the Park including communities of Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Bernardo, Escondido, San Pasqual Valley, Santa Ysabel and Julian. Many opportunities at the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead in Escondido managed by the JPA. Public outreach and environmental education. Habitat restoration. Biological surveys. Trail design/maintenance/repair. LiveScan required if working with children.

Santa Margarita Elementary School

Website: https://smarg-ousd-ca.schoolloop.com/
Contact Person: Anna Maria Burke
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7900
Address: 1 Carnes Road Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Listening to students read, tutoring in reading, writing, and math. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:15am-2:55pm & Wednesday 8:15am-1:05pm. TB test clearance required.

Seacrest Village Retirement Communities

Website: http://www.seacrestvillage.org
Contact Person: Sheryl Seltser, Volunteer Liaison (sseltser@seacrestvillage.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 632-3718
Address: 211 Saxony Road Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Seacrest Village Retirement Communities is a vibrant not-for-profit senior housing and healthcare organization in Encinitas. SVRC has been serving the ever-growing San Diego community in the Jewish tradition since 1944. The volunteer opportunities here are endless! Whether it’s having a simple conversation, giving a hand massage, helping with activities, playing piano, sharing your knowledge of history or current events, it doesn’t take much to put a smile on someone’s face. Requirements include an interview/orientation, background screening for 18 years or older, and a minimum commitment of 20 hours. Typically, students are scheduled one day each week for 2 hours for the duration of their service learning class.

Silvercrest Retirement Housing (Salvation Army)

Website: http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/
Contact Person: Carmen Irving (Carmen.Irving@usw.salvationarmy.org)
Contact Phone: 760-643-9036
Address: 3839 Lake Blvd  Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers can assist in the community center with: computer room, games, office, interacting with clients, literacy, nutrition, and many more course-connected opportunities. Call or email to schedule an appointment with the coordinator.

Solana Center for Environmental Innovation

Website: http://www.solanacenter.org
Contact Person: Jackie Bookstein (jackie.bookstein@solanacenter.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 436-7986 x707
Address: 137 N. El Camino Real Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Solana Center volunteers join our educators at environmental outreach opportunities all over the county including composting workshops, community event booths, school programs, and more. They also get hands-on with us in our community compost bins and zero waste events. Make a difference to your community and your planet by helping us move San Diego towards environmental sustainability.

Solutions for Change

Website: http://www.solutionsforchange.org
Contact Person: Emily Fauber (efauber@solutionsforchange.org)
Contact Phone: 760-941-6545 x 328
Address: 722 W. California Ave. Vista CA 92083
Volunteer Needs: Solutions for Change has been permanently solving homelessness for families and communities in North County San Diego and we invite you to join us. Over the last 20 years, we have solved homelessness for more than 900 families, including 2,400 children! We have many opportunities for volunteers - groups and individuals. Volunteering with Solutions for Change is a fun and rewarding experience that makes an incredible impact in the lives of the families in our program. A few of our current volunteer opportunities include: childcare, preparing and serving dinner, assisting on our aquaponics farm, hosting a fundraiser or donation drive, mentoring teens and helping with special events. Come partner with us to transform lives!

South Oceanside Elementary School

Website: https://southo-ousd-ca.schoolloop.com/
Contact Person: Melanie Stone (melanie.stone@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 435-2100 x2136
Address: 1806 S. Horne Street Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers with individual students or small groups of students, grades kindergarten through fifth grade. Appropriate attire and a minimum of 1-2 hours per week for the semester. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:15-2:10(kdg.), 8:15-2:55 (1st-5th) and Wednesday 8:15-12:25.

Special Olympics

Website: http://www.sosc.org/sandiego
Contact Person: Nic Hermosillo (nhermosillo@sosc.org)
Contact Phone: (619) 283-6100
Address: 10977 San Diego Mission Road San Diego CA 92108
Volunteer Needs: Assistance is needed on event and competition days, trainings for seasonal sports, office support. Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00. Saturday 8:00-4:00 (events and competitions).

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Elementary School and Preschool

Website: http://sfs-vista.org
Contact Person: Christine Foss (cfoss@sfs-vista.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 630-7964
Address: 525 W. Vista Way Vista CA 92083
Volunteer Needs: Classroom aides needed. Includes play yard supervision. Program hours Monday-Friday 8am-12pm, and Monday-Friday 2:30-5:00pm. TB test clearance required. Fingerprinting not required if working less than 10 hours per week. Also, volunteers need to bring proof of measles and pertussis vaccines for work with preschoolers only.

St. Mark Lutheran Preschool

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Anne K. Lewis (anne@stmarkpreschool.org)
Contact Phone: 760-231-1917
Address: 556 S. El Camino Real Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Assist in a preschool environment. Hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30-12:00. Minimum commitment of 2 hours and TB test clearance required.

St. Mary, Star of the Sea Preschool and Elementary

Website: http://www.stmarystars.org
Contact Person: Jordan Jackson (jordan@stmarystars.com)
Contact Phone: (760) 722-7475
Address: 515 Wisconsin Avenue Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assist teachers in preparing classroom environments, implementing curriculum plans, and working with children constructively while they play. In the kindergarten setting, volunteers will work one-on-one with students who are in need of special attention during class time, with an emphasis in fine motor skills and early pre-math and reading. In physical education, volunteers can assist PE coaches in setting up and implementing curriculum for K-8th grade students. Volunteers are also needed to help in our school garden and Computer tech lab. Hours vary by day and grade setting. All volunteers must present proof of current TB (not older than 4 years), measles and pertussis vaccines (for work with preschoolers only), and must obtain a background and fingerprinting check, processed through "Choice Point" and paid by St. Mary Star of Sea.

St. Mary's Mom's Meet-Up (Parenting Support)

Website: http://stmarystars.org
Contact Person: Debbie Shapiro (dshapiro.stmarys@gmail.com)
Contact Phone: 760-828-2385
Address: 515 Pier View Way Oceanside  CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed to help engage and interact with children ages 0 to 5 years old. The mom's meet-up group is set to start on February 8, 2018 and will meet at the Star of the Sea Center (right across from the Oceanside Library in the Civic Center). Volunteers are needed the 2nd & 4th Thursday of every month, between 8:00am-10:30am. Volunteers will keep children safe, happy, and active with games, stories, and planned activities. This opportunity is perfect for Child Development, Sociology, and Psychology students. Spanish-speakers are also welcome. A TB Test is needed. No fingerprints required. Volunteers are encouraged to volunteer for a minimum of one month.

Stuart Mesa Elementary School

Website: http://www.stuartmesa.oside.k12.ca.us/
Contact Person: Kathleen Kimsey (kathleen.kimsey@oside.us)
Contact Phone: (760) 901-7700
Address: 100 Yamanako Way Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Assisting teachers with indoor and outdoor classroom instruction. Volunteers must be over 18 years of age, have TB clearance, and have valid California ID to get on military base. Class hours are 8:30-11:30 AM and 12:15-3:15 PM, Monday-Friday.

Studio ACE

Website: http://www.studioace.org
Contact Person: Julia Fister (julia@studioace.org)
Contact Phone: 760-730-5203
Address: 3861 Mission Ave #B3 Oceanside CA 92058
Volunteer Needs: Studio ACE is a non-profit that believes in the power of the arts to enrich lives. If you have a passion to help kids and families in our community, then we welcome your help! We are looking for volunteers to help in various areas (schedule agreed upon times). Volunteers are needed to help with fundraising (helping with grants at Studio ACE, local sponsorship and promotions--not required to ask for money), marketing (social media, special event marketing, online calendars), graphic design (help with flyers and promotions), and photography (looking for photographer for special events to take pictures and produce 5-10 photos of for publicity purposes, particularly at our camps). On Mondays from 8:30am-10:30am at Laurel Elementary until the first week of June, volunteers will assist the art teacher with the 4th and 5th grade art classes. Volunteers can also include prep work at Studio ACE. On Wednesdays from 8:30am-10:45am at Laurel Elementary until the first week of June, volunteers will assist the art teacher with the 2nd grade class. On Thursdays from 3:15pm-4:45pm at Studio ACE, volunteers will assist the art teacher with drawing class for ages 7-12. On Fridays from 8:30am-12:00pm at Laurel Elementary until the first week of June, volunteers will assist the art teacher with the first grade art classes. Lastly, on Saturdays from 10:00am-12:00pm at Studio ACE, volunteers will assist the art teacher with drawing classes for ages 7-12. Students are encouraged to complete 15 to 20 hours over the semester. Volunteers must fill out a volunteer form, agree to a background test and wear a nametag at all times. We welcome students who are in art or education majors. Spanish speakers are also a plus.

Sustainable Surplus Exchange

Website: http://www.sustainablesurplus.org
Contact Person: John Stockman (john.stockman@sandiegohabitat.org)
Contact Phone: (888) 780-4416 ext. 2
Address: 2647 Gateway Road, #105-404 Carlsbad CA 92009
Volunteer Needs: We are a nonprofit that supports teachers, schools, nonprofits and military families. We need your help at our events – held monthly on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons (after school). Other areas needing volunteers: Event/program coordination, social media/marketing, fundraising and community outreach. Hours are flexible Mon- Thurs, as most work is done virtually.

Temple Solel Early Childhood Center

Website: http://www.templesolelecc.com
Contact Person: Leslie Scheck (lscheck@templesolel.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 944-1285
Address: 3575 Manchester Ave. Cardiff by the Sea CA 92007
Volunteer Needs: Activities include: classroom assistance, designing developmentally appropriate learning activities, interacting with young children, and working with teaching team. Monday-Friday 9am-1pm. After care 1pm-5pm. TB test clearance, current with flu, pertussis, and measles vaccines, Livescan (upon hire this will be paid for by organization). Open during the summer for continued volunteer opportunities.

Teri Inc.

Website: https://www.teriinc.org/about/volunteer-opportunities/
Contact Person: Suhaila Husain (suhaila.husain@teriinc.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 547-1892
Address: 251 Airport Road Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: This organization serves the special needs community. Assistance is needed in the Center for the Arts and Adult Education, Music and Performing Arts department, Respite Day Camp, Residential Program, Agriculture, and the Resale Store. Artists, actors, dancers, carpenters, horticulturists, livestock workers, and musicians are all needed to share time and talents at TERI. Background screening and TB test required. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.

The Heritage Ranch

Website: http://www.sdheritage.org
Contact Person: Jay Clark (Jayadair@yahoo.com)
Contact Phone: (619) 990-1201
Address: 450 Quail Gardens Drive Encinitas CA 92024
Volunteer Needs: Help process museum acquisitions, file archives, prepare index for museum albums, create promotional materials, and more. Thursday-Sunday from 12:00pm - 4:00pm. Volunteer times can be adjusted to suit volunteer needs.

Tri-City Hospital Auxiliary

Website: http://tricityhospitalvolunteers.org/become-a-volunteer/
Contact Person: Sandy Tucker
Contact Phone: (760) 940-3130
Address: 4002 Vista Way Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. Most popular with college students are E.R., ICU, Maternity, lab, telemetry, physical therapy, and pavilion nursing unit. TB clearance and background check are required, provided by the hospital. Volunteers must serve a minimum of 2 times a month with a minimum of 4 hours per shift, and a one year commitment/100 hours. Hours and shifts vary from 5:00 AM to 10:00 PM. All interested should register through the website.

Tri-City Rugby Club

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Juliet Royer King (julietking@vistausd.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 685-4012
Address: 1575 Bonair Road Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Tasks include field support & set-up, website support, marketing, fundraising, photography, and being an assistant coach. Hours are 3-5pm Monday-Friday and 8-4:30 on Saturdays.

UPRISE (Undocumented People Rise in Solidarity and Empowerment)

Website: http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/admissions/uprise
Contact Person: Cindy Oropeza (coropeza@miracosta.edu)
Contact Phone: 760-757-2121 ext. 6203
Address: 1 Barnard Drive (T305D) Oceanside CA 92056
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed to help in the following areas: Emergency Safety Planning for Immigrants, Be Your Own Boss Regardless of Immigration Status Workshops, Undocumented Week of Action, Peer Mixers, Community Nights, and Know Your Rights Workshops. We prefer students that are bilingual (English/Spanish) and students available for evening events on weekdays and some Saturday events. No minimum hour requirement, but 10 hours a semester is preferred. We prefer for students to get in contact with us directly to talk about their availability because most volunteer opportunities are event based.

Valley Middle School, ELD Program

Website: http://www.vms.schoolloop.com
Contact Person: Elisa Ayala (eayala@carlsbadusd.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 331-5165 or (760) 331-5300
Address: 1645 Magnolia Ave Carlsbad CA 92008
Volunteer Needs: English Language Development Program provides supporting instruction for English Language learners in their classroom setting--through their various subjects (Math, Science, Social Studies, etc.). This assistance helps students who speak limited English to understand the teacher's instruction and complete assignments. This may also include pulling students out in a small group to further explain instruction. Hours are Monday-Friday 7:30-2:30. Application, ID, & TB test clearance required. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Minimum 8-week commitment, 2 hours per week.

Vista Community Clinic

Website: http://www.vistacommunityclinic.org
Contact Person: Jessica Barnes (jessica.l.barnes@vistacommunityclinic.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 631-5000 x8115
Address: 465 La Tortuga Drive, Suite 210 Vista CA 92081
Volunteer Needs: Clerical assistance. Minimum commitment of 40 hours. Occasionally other opportunities may be available.

Vista Community Clinic/North Coastal Prevention Coalition

Website: http://www.northcoastalpreventioncoalition.org
Contact Person: Erica Leary (eleary@vcc.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 631-5000 ext. 7103 or (760) 310-8336
Address: 465 La Tortuga Dr.  Vista CA 92081
Volunteer Needs: We offer event-based volunteer opportunities within the Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista region. Some volunteer hours are accompanied with free food or free monetary gift-cards. We welcome students majoring/interested in health/medical field, government, law enforcement, political science, and media/communications (working with local news stations/newspapers). We offer flexible scheduling, with variable volunteer hours. We require a minimum of 10 hours for the semester.

Vista Unified School District--K-12 Schools & Nutrition Program

Website: None Listed
Contact Person: Michelle Gosnell (michellegosnell@vistausd.org)
Contact Phone:
Address: 1234 Arcadia Ave Vista CA 92084
Volunteer Needs: Students will assist with indoor or outdoor educational activities. Students can request a preferred school of choice, but the district will determine final placement, based on schools that are participating in receiving service learning/volunteer college students. ALL SERVICE LEARNING STUDENTS MUST START BY CONTACTING THE DISTRICT OFFICE VIA EMAIL ONLY--STUDENTS MUST NOT CONTACT THE INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS. Contact Michelle Gosnell for a service learning application packet. DEADLINE TO APPLY: Fall-October 1, Spring--March 1. All students need current TB screening--must be within 4 years. Application must then be submitted to Administrative Services 1234 Arcadia Ave, Vista. Plan accordingly there is a 2 week processing period. SERVICE LEARNING STUDENTS WILL NOT START THEIR HOURS UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN CLEARED BY THE DISTRICT.

Wild Wonders, Inc.

Website: http://www.wildwonders.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer/
Contact Person: Jackie Navarro (wildwonders@att.net)
Contact Phone: (760) 630-9230
Address: 5712 Via Montellano Bonsall CA 92003
Volunteer Needs: Serve as Keeper Aides Monday-Sunday during the following shifts: shift times: 7am-11am, 8am-12pm, and 11am-3pm. Gain experience with exotic animals at a local rescue conservation and education facility through duties such as assisting staff with general husbandry (cleaning cages and distributing diets), socializing animals, and occasional education programs and events. Must be in good physical condition (able to lift 50 pounds) and able to commit to 4 shifts per month. Volunteers are also needed to help with marketing and development needs. Duties would include implementing the organization's business plan while following the institutional mission, database entry (excel, access). $30.00 orientation fee.

Women's Resource Center Children's Program

Website: http://www.wrcsd.org/
Contact Person: Andrea Cason (andrea.cason@wrcsd.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 757-3500 x122
Address: 1963 Apple St. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Help care for children at the transitional house while parents are in classes, counseling, etc. Assist with playing with the children, reading to them, giving snacks, etc. 1st and 3rd Monday (6:30-8pm), Wednesday 5:30pm-7:30pm, Thursdays (6:30-7:30pm - dates may vary) & Saturday 10am-12pm. Volunteer requirements: criminal background check (cost is $34), and volunteers must complete an application and interview process and submit a monthly time sheet.

Wounded Warrior Homes

Website: http://WoundedWarriorHomes.org
Contact Person: Gene Jennett (volunteers@woundedwarriorhomes.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 483-3553
Address: 1145 Linda Vista Dr. 104 San Marcos CA 92078
Volunteer Needs: Assist with office work, graphic design (Illustrator), social media, event planning, and data entry. Monday-Friday 9-3, and occasional weekends for veteran house work days and fundraising events. Interview may also be required.

WRC (Women's Resource Center)

Website: http://www.wrcsd.org/
Contact Person: Andrea Cason (andrea.cason@wrcsd.org)
Contact Phone: (760) 757-3500
Address: 1963 Apple St. Oceanside CA 92054
Volunteer Needs: Assist with children's activities and in the thrift store. Thrift store volunteer hours are: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm. Children's activities hours are: Monday 6-7:30pm, Wednesday 6-7:30pm and Saturday 10:00am-12:00pm. Students must submit an application, interview, and submit a monthly time sheet. All volunteers are required to pass a background check; cost is $34.00 (non-refundable).