Thursdays 5 pm to 8 pm at Antioch store Also need substitutes to cover shifts on short notice at Antioch, Central and/or Blue Valley stores Greet bookstore patrons & ring up purchases May answer questions & help patrons find booksOperate cash register & give out change Operate credit card machine Must have reliable transportation & be punctual Requires customer service skills Reports to Bookstore Manager/Supervisor
Opp Available Positions:
Unpack weekly bookstore shipmentsMust lift & maneuver heavy boxes of booksRequires bending, stooping, standingAlphabetize titles & keep shelves orderlyReports to Bookstore Manager/Supervisor
Helps with pull lists and shelving. 2-4 hours per shift, with a variety of shifts open Sunday through Saturday.
Minimum age: 16
Spend time with our clients who have chosen to spend their weekdays engaging with the community and doing volunteer work.
Show off your artistic abilities and brighten a Meals on Wheels client's day at the very same time. Decorate a Meals on Wheels lunch bag (*specific size) or make crafts for seniors. A variety of crafts are accepted such as bookmarks, cards, tray favors, and small crafts. The crafts are delivered daily to seniors who receive Meals on Wheels. All ages welcome! A virtual opportunity from home, work, or school. Service hours are available for students who decorate Meals on Wheels bags or create crafts. Service hours are awarded based on the quality and quanity of items donated. Bag size: We utilize a larger paper sack, than the traditional lunch bag purchased at the store. You can purchase the bags at Walmart Target, Sam's Club, or Amazon. They are called GIANT (at Walmart or Target). The size requirement is 6 1/8 in x 4 in x 12 3/8 in. Please do not use the smaller bags as the meals will not fit in the little lunch sacks and we will be unable to award service hours.As the volunteer, you are responsible for providing the materials to make the items for the program. (paper, crayons, markers, stickers, etc) We do have a few guidelines that we suggest such as:* Please keep all items gender neutral (for a man or a woman)* Do not use glitter (it can become messy in their homes)* Do not include any religious or political messages on the items as we are a government agency* Do not use pop culture messages, song lyrics, or jokes as the senior adults may not know the references * Do not include any food or beverage with your craft (due to diet restrictions)* For privacy reasons please do not include your first and last name (can use your first name or group name)* Lastly please ensure that the items are prepared in a clean sterile environment. Do not place the items on the floor at any time, as the bag will contain the meal, and we want to ensure all items are sanitary and germ free. Items can be dropped off or mailed to our Olathe office located at 11811 S Sunset Drive SUITE 1300, Olathe, KS 66061
Please contact the Community Relations Manager with questions regarding service hours. Brandy.Hodge@jocogov.org
Create and lead lessons for weekly English Language Classes.Reports to Library staff
Assist our Emerging Artists program with creating and selling art as a way for them to earn income doing something they love.
Human Services - Outreach Services is looking for 2-4 volunteers to assist at the Southwest Multi-Service Center in Gardner, KS.Volunteers may work in pairs or as an individual. Volunteers will stock shelves, pick-up or deliver donated products, unload donations, check for expiration dates, fill client orders, and more. Volunteers must be available on a weekly basis. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old to volunteer independently. Due to safety concerns, children are not allowed to volunteer in the pantry. Volunteers must be able to stand on concrete floors for an extended amount of time, as well as bend and squat. Volunteers must attend an orientation session prior to volunteering.Volunteers are needed on Monday's, Tuesday's, and Thursday's. Shifts are 3-4 hours each. Two shifts are available. We are looking for morning and afternoon volunteers.
Minimum age: 18
Human Services - Outreach Services is looking for 2-4 volunteers to assist at the North Central Multi-Service Center in Lenexa, KS, on Monday and Wednesday mornings. Currently there are two open shifts available. *Monday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm* Wednesday 8:30 am - 12:30 pmVolunteers may work in pairs or as an individual. Volunteers will stock shelves, pick-up or deliver donated products, unload donations, check for expiration dates, fill client orders, and more. Volunteers must be available on a weekly basis. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old to volunteer independently. Due to safety concerns, children are not allowed to volunteer in the food pantry. Volunteers must be able to stand on concrete floors for an extended amount of time, as well as bend and squat. Volunteers must attend an orientation session prior to volunteering.
Help stock the shelves at one of the County's food pantries. Service hours awarded to students who collect at least 50 full size items. For every 50 items collected, the student will earn five service hours. Johnson County Human Services - Multi-Service Centers provide services to low income residents. We provide services such as utility assistance, food pantry, provide vouchers for the Kansas City Medicine Cabinet, and case management. We operate three food pantries in Johnson County: North Central (Lenexa), North East (Mission), and Southwest (Gardner). We collect non-perishable food items such as peanut butter, oatmeal, cereal, jelly, canned fruit, helper meals, canned tuna & chicken, canned vegetables, beans, soup, canned pasta, and pasta sauce. *Due to safety regulations, we are unable to accept expired food. Service hours will not be awarded to expired food items.Donations can be dropped off (Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm) at our Olathe office located at 11811 S Sunset Drive SUITE 1300 Olathe, KS 66061.
Please contact the Community Relations Manager if requesting service hours at Brandy.Hodge@jocogov.org
Interested in volunteering for Human Services but uncertain where to start? Attend a volunteer orientation. General orientation is a one hour overview of the services provided by Human Services and ways you can volunteer. We offer the following volunteer opportunities:- Catch-a-Ride- Meals on Wheels- Helping Hands- Personal Shopper- Office Administration- Food PantryTo get started with one of the above opportunities, you must attend an orientation session. Orientations are hosted twice a month. During the orientation you will complete all neccessary paperwork to volunteer. Weekday opportunities available from 8am-5pm.If interested in joining Catch-a-Ride or Meals on Wheels, please plan on staying an additional hour for program training. The program training is from 2 pm - 3 pm. *Please note this orientation is only for the Human Services department. If you are interested in volunteering for multiple departments, additional orientation or training may be required.*
Helps with pull lists, shelving holds, and sorting materials. 2-4 hrs per shift. Various opportunities available Monday through Saturday.
Prepare sold items for shipment & UPS pick upMust be comfortable using desktop computerRequires standing. bending, stoopingReports to Internet Sales manager
Assist our clients in the Papercrete Works program who earn an hourly wage for pouring Papercrete into molds, decorating it when it is dry, and selling decorative items as a way to earn income.
We always need volunteers who want to spend time with our folks in Retirement. You can bring an activity or something to share, or accompany our group on a community outing.
Sort donated naterials according to existing criteriaMust stand & move frequently during 2-3 hr shiftMust lift & maneuver heavy boxes of booksReports to Operations Manager
Volunteers like you help your Library with 60,000 hours each year.
Johnson County's Human Services department manages programs and activities that support the independence, dignity and self-sufficiency of Johnson County residents. - website
You can make the day brighter for someone with an intellectual or developmental disability. - website
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