Ushers needed for 12+ shows during the summer season and help is needed to load set in and out of Congress Park. Volunteers needed for publicity/outreach.
Saratoga Plan works to preserve open spaces and special places in our area for present and future generations. Trail maintenance, construction work, flyer distribution and beautification projects are available for volunteers of all ages.
Volunteer opportunities for 16-18 year olds, throughout visitor season, late spring to early fall. Prefer ongoing commitment of volunteers, at least 4 hours per week. Responsibilities include: Greeting at visitor center, historical/costume interpretation, living history, tour guide at historical home or building (Schuyler House), telling story of Revolutionary War- Battle of Saratoga, and demonstrating crafts/skills of the times.
A Program of Catholic Charities of Saratoga, Warren and Washington counties. Saratoga Mentoring Program offers a one-to-one relationship between youth and an adult mentor. Saratoga Mentoring Program uses volunteers in a variety of ways: as mentors, to help with office tasks, art projects, group activities. Please call for more ideas.
The Saratoga Film Forum shows independent movies, foreign films and documentaries. We regularly pair films with speakers and other content such as suggested reading. We screen primarily in the evening. Volunteers, 10-12th graders, can assist at events by selling tickets and concessions, and setting up and putting away chairs. There are also occasional administrative tasks. We also need assistance with distributing movie posters … Read More
Teens give an educated teen perspective on issues such as Safer Sex, Self-Esteem, Relationships, Communication, Drugs and Alcohol, Violence, Date Rapes, Homophobia, Discrimination, Sexual Harassment. Volunteers perform informed interactive presentations peer to peer on responsible decision-making about being a teen. Teen View frequently performs at youth conferences, school, parent-teacher organizations and churches.
Head Start helps low-income children up to age 5 in starting their education. Youth volunteers, 16 years old and up, provide help as aides in classroom, office assistants and assist at PACTS- Home-Based Get-Togethers. Fill out a volunteer form on saratogaeoc.org.
Volunteering opportunities include but are not limited to floor docents, gift shop and admission attendants, mailings, selling raffle tickets, special events such as lawn events and car shows, ground maintenance, butting out and sanding cars to give away to school children and more!
Volunteers, 16 and older needed for Food Pantry, emergency clothing, Christmas Toy Bag Project and maintenance work.
Roots and Shoots is a student initiated service club organized by the famous animal activist Jane Goodall focusing on helping the environment. High school students work on individual projects (three per year) through their schools and other surrounding communities to make a difference. Examples of past Roots and Shoots work: recycling awareness program, holiday gift making with natural and recycled … Read More
Bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need. Youth Involvement: 14-18yr olds. Includes building, painting. Week ends mostly but also some weekdays.
High School students receive intensive training about restorative justice and the various roles of the court system. Trained students take on role as judge, court clerk, defense counsel, prosecuting counsel, and juror conducting sentencing hearings for 1st time, non-felony, nonviolent youthful offenders referred from family courts, town justice and city criminal courts and probation. All offenders are sentenced to some … Read More
Students who are involved with their district high school and middle school SADD and/ or ATI chapters periodically work with Prevention Council educators who support SADD and or ATI Chapter efforts, including planning and participating in the annual SADD Safe Spring Conference held each spring at Skidmore College. We can help your school develop a SADD or ATI chapter.
Opportunities for 14-21 year olds in the Firefighter Explorer program through the Boy Scouts of America in Jonesville and other locations, 877-8100. Opportunities for 16-18 year olds as Junior Firefighters or Ambulance Corps Junior Members.
Volunteers to deliver meals to homebound citizens in Saratoga Springs, Wilton, Ballston Spa, Round Lake, Halfmoon, and South Glens Falls from 10:30-1:00pm weekdays. You can deliver once a week, twice a week, once a month, alone or with a parent or a friend.
A nationwide volunteer program that links the interests of persons 55 and older to volunteer opportunities within their communities. At some of the sites in the county, youth volunteers are welcome. Call to find out more. Delivered Meal Program: Contact: Billie Jo McConkey 518-884-4100 Volunteers to deliver meals to homebound citizens in Saratoga Springs, Wilton, Ballston Spa, Round lake, Halfmoon … Read More
Volunteers, ages 14 and older, interested in military history to be docents who will act as tour guides and interpreters of the museum’s exhibits. Docents serve 3-hour shifts two or three times per month.
There are limited opportunities for student volunteers age 16 years or older. Student volunteers can assist with children’s tours, some adult tours, special events and light office work. All volunteers are expected to be on time and professional. Training is provided.
Contact Marian Phillips at 885-6886 Hours: Wednesday, 9:00-11:30 am. 101 Milton Avenue Ballston Spa, NY 12020
Contact Person: Tony Bologna 303 Grooms Rd. Clifton Park, New York 12065 Hours: T, W, Th- 10-2pm