YWCA CENTRAL ALABAMA
Description: YWCA Central Alabama AmeriCorps program
is looking for dedicated women and men interested in
a year of full-time, paid community service.
Qualified applicants interested in serving through
the YWCA’s Building Communities, Bettering Lives
AmeriCorps program are welcomed to apply. Remaining
positions include opportunities to serve in
Birmingham and Pell City.
Available YWCA AmeriCorps positions: YWCA After
School Enrichment Program, Build UP Ensley,
Firehouse Shelter, Kikstart, Inc., Our Place-Pell
Notes: AmeriCorps positions start in September and
conclude August 31, 2021. All positions are
full-time, Monday through Friday during normal
Benefits include: Stipend of $1200/month
(pre-taxes). An educational award of $6000+ upon
completion. Student loan forbearance and interest
accrual. An opportunity to serve with some of
Birmingham’s premier nonprofit organizations.
Extensive personal and professional development.
More Info/To Apply: Please email
a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.
Phone calls are discouraged.
Contact: Angela Abdur-Rasheed, Director of
AmeriCorps, 205-322-9922 ext.206,
firstname.lastname@example.org, YWCA Central Alabama,
309 23rd Street North Birmingham, Alabama 35203
SHELBY BAPTIST MEDICAL HOSPITAL
Description: Volunteer to provide great customer
service by interacting with visitors and escort them
to their destination at Shelby Baptist Medical
Center in Alabaster, Alabama. Schedule: 4
hours per week.
Motivated, Great Communicator, Be able to do a lot
More Info/To Apply: Contact Lisa Driver, email@example.com
COMFORT CARE HOSPICE
Description: A Hospice Volunteer is such an
important role to our hospice here at Comfort Care.
Whatever your talents, interests, and skills,
Hospice has a need that you can fill using them.
Hospice volunteers visit with patients, make crafts
for or with patients, attend special events, help
with projects, address cards/ letters, assist in
answering phones, recruit other volunteers, send out
surveys, provide relief to caregivers of patients,
assist with housekeeping, plant a garden or flowers,
and many more! Consider this opportunity and take
action by volunteering with us! Hours per
week/Salary: Dependent upon student availability.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years old or older
(Junior Volunteer must be 14 years old or older).
Satisfactory completion of the Hospice training
course. Must hold a valid current Alabama Driver's
License and Automobile Liability Insurance.
Humanitarian attitude and an understanding of
hospice philosophy. Acceptance of the goals,
mission, and philosophy of Comfort Care Hospice.
More Info/To Apply:
Contact Quincy Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org
About: The Impact America Corps Program is a
yearlong service and leadership program designed to
place talented, committed recently college graduates
directly into communities of need. Corps members
plan and execute FocusFirst, a high-tech vision care
initiative; SaveFirst, a tax-preparation initiative;
and SpeakFirst, an academic-debate initiative. They
also produce and edit a short film portraying a
family living at or near the poverty line. Corps
Members learn about poverty through lenses of
education, health, and economics—while making a real
difference in the lives of families facing poverty’s
(and lead students as they conduct) vision
screenings for preschoolers using high-tech digital
screening cameras. Assist in processing
vision-screening results to ensure high-quality
follow-up care is provided to all children failing
the screenings. Obtain certification as an IRS
Advanced Tax Preparer. Train college students on tax
law and manage their service at community-based
sites. Implement marketing strategies to encourage
families to utilize free tax preparation. Serve as a
debate coach and mentor for middle schoolers (AL
only). Learn how to use film equipment and editing
software. Conduct an interview and produce a short
film sketching the unique story of a family living
at or near the poverty line.
Benefits: Monthly stipend. $5,815 education award
(available at year's end). Health insurance. Mileage
reimbursement. Lodging & meals during overnight
trips. On-going professional development and
To Apply: Submit a resume and transcript at
HEART OF DIXIE RAILROAD MUSEUM
Description: Seeking volunteers to be car attendees
helping families and to drive the train for the
North Pole Express (train to meet Santa). Must
become a member in order to volunteer.
More Info/To Apply:
LINKS UP MENTOR
Description: Volunteer as a mentor for elementary
and middle school youth discuss topics such as
self-esteem, teamwork, bullying, conflict
resolution, decision making, social development and
More Info/To Apply:
Contact Program Manager, Celie Hodnett, 205.324.2434
Description: Compiling informational packets,
organizing donations, assist with fundraisers,
organize a drive for a wish list items general
repairs, participate in social media videos, bravery
messages for kids Junior Advisory Board
More info/To Apply:
Contact (205) 669-3333 or