Volunteer

Internship

ACT Lawrence operates a wide array of services and programs through our Financial Capability and Opportunity Center. Interns have different roles depending on their skills set and will likely support one of the staff to analyze data, general clerical support and event planning and organizing. To learn more, please click here
For more information, please contact:

Nathalie Lora

[email protected]

978-685-6274

www.actlawrence.org

Facebook: ACT Lawrence

Instagram: @actlawrence

Set Design, Technical Assistance, and Musicians

Learn technical aspects of theater (stage management, sound, and lights, etc.). Talented young artists are also needed to paint/design sets. Always looking for choreographers to work with all ages.  We pull together musicians at least six (6) times a year to play for our shows! Volunteers can be paid for their internship once they have some volunteer time invested. To learn more, please click here.

 

For more information, please contact:

Linda Schoonmaker, President

[email protected]

978-794-0001

www.actingouttheater.com

Facebook: Acting Out! Theater Company

Junior Coach-Mentors (Internship)

These students work as Junior Coach-Mentors, organizing our summer camps and instructing, mostly first time elementary school-aged players and campers. Junior Coach-Mentors also get trained in positive, sports-based youth development. Some internship opportunities are paid and some are volunteer work; it is based on age and years within the program. To learn more, please click here
For more information, please contact:

Stephanie McArdle

[email protected]

978-681-5055

www.beyondsoccerlawrence.org

Facebook: Beyond Soccer, Inc.

Instagram: @beyondsoccerlawrence

Twitter: @BeyondSoccer

AMIGOS Mentoring Program

Family Services’ Amigos program provides mentoring for Lawrence youth ages 11-15 who, at the time of enrollment, attend the Guilmette, Arlington or the RISE Academy. Mentors and mentees meet 3-4 times a month and spend 1.5 - 2 hours together each time. Training, support, quarterly events, and incentives are provided to participants. The goal of the program is to prevent gang involvement by providing youth with an adult role model who forms a consistent and positive relationship with their youth mentee.

 

For more information, please contact:

Amy Marte, AMIGOS Mentoring Coordinator

978-327-6644

[email protected]

Facebook:  FSMV Mentoring Facebook

Volunteer Opportunity at Restore

The ReStore is a retail / warehouse where we sell gently used appliances, furniture, etc. The ReStore work is anything that will make the ReStore a more pleasant shopping experience – be it organizing the houseware department, assisting customers, accepting donations etc.
Volunteers between the age of 16-18 are welcome. No one under the age of 16 unless they are with a group and with prior arrangement. We require a minimum of a 2 hour shift – you can stay 2 hours or the whole day. The maximum group size is 8 volunteers. The ReStore is open Tuesday - Saturday from 10AM-5PM.
For more information, please contact:

Sonia Kuenzig, Director of Volunteer Services

[email protected]

978-681-8858 ext 16

www.merrimackvalleyhabitat.org

Facebook: Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity

Linkedin: Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity

Twitter: @Habitat_org

Volunteer for Resume Help

Looking for volunteers to help with Resume Hours. Resume Hours are on Tuesday mornings (10am-12pm) at the Lawrence Public Library (main branch at 51 Lawrence Street) that are walk-in, free, one-on-one and bilingual. Looking for volunteers who can help start and edit resumes.
For more information, please contact:

Sabrina Boggio, Founder/Director

[email protected]

978-566-9332

www.progressclothing.org

Facebook: Progress Clothing

Instagram: Progress.Clothing

Twitter: @ProgressClothin

Donation Sorting

Looking for volunteers to help sort through and organize donations we receive. Donations include professional attire, including, but not limited to blazers, dress shoes, accessories.
For more information, please contact:

Sabrina Boggio, Founder/Director

[email protected]

978-566-9332

www.progressclothing.org

Facebook: Progress Clothing

Instagram: Progress.Clothing

Twitter: @ProgressClothin

Work Based Learning Program (Internship)

Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age that qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life. Job Corps students participate in internships as part of their hands-on training. To learn more, please click here
For more information, please contact:

Joanely Mercado Nunez, Admissions Counselor

[email protected]

978-238-8504

www.jobcorps.gov

Facebook: Shriver Job Corps