Volunteers are the life-blood of, and play an important part in the activities, programs and services provided to the community from the Vulcan Society. The Boston Society of Vulcans, always welcomes volunteers for our programs, events and for assistance at our office. If you are interested in any of the following volunteer opportunities, please complete the registration form or call us at (617) 650-2806 to find out more about volunteer opportunities with us.
Working with volunteers enables the Society to maximize opportunities and to extend and develop the range of programs and services that we can make available to the membership, community, families and youth that we serve.
There are very real benefits for volunteering, your service can make a real contribution to our work to the community, and you can gain the opportunity for personal development in a rewarding and fun environment. Volunteering will also provide the chance to make new friends, gain additional skills and make a valuable contribution to the safety of the community, families and youth that participate.
If you are a special person, that can confidently serve the public and like working with a diverse group of people, consider being a volunteer with one of our programs. As part of the application, you will be asked to complete a short package so that we can learn more about you and the area of interest that you may have, or want to volunteer in.
- Must be 14 or older
- Reliable, flexible, and creative
- Experience interacting with children and adults of all ages preferred
- Some opportunities may require you to stand, sit, bend, squat and/or kneel
- Verbal and written communication skills needed
- Inspired about volunteering and supporting the community
CPR First Aid Instructor, or workshop assistants
Our classes are centered around real-world experience and hands-on training. If you would like to share some of your professional experiences or give advisory lessons to our students this is a great area to work in.
The Vulcan Society actively participates in many events that require volunteer participation. Included are events such as the car-seat safety checks, safety fairs, thanksgiving basket donations, and Halloween and Valentine fundraisers. Volunteers help pass out materials to the public, answer questions, set up equipment, take pictures and more…
If you are in school and need to fulfill internship requirements or would like to get experience in a nonprofit organization, the Vulcan Society has opportunities that may be suitable for you. Opportunities exist in the areas of advocacy, technology, media, public relations, and education.