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Current Opportunities

Pikes Peak Prep

Pikes Peak Prep is looking for 5 upper-level Math Tutors (maybe even steady people) to help our Algebra 1 through Calculus 1 classes. We usually have over 3 different courses in a classroom at one time because many of the students are in an "independent study" based on their level of proficiency. This makes it very difficult for everyone to get the appropriate attention from the teacher. Thus, if you like math and feel comfortable tutoring a wide range of students we need your help!

Times needed: 1:00-2:30, M-F


Pikes Peak Prep High School Math Room
525 E Costilla St
Colorado Springs CO 80903

For more information, contact Willa Hopkins at 719-570-7575 ext. 3159 or

Keller Elementary School

Keller Elementary School is looking for 2 or more students to assist with teaching elementary students outdoor games at lunch recess. Play and help students learn rules of games and aspects of organizing games when CC student is not there.

Times needed: 11:00-12:15, M-F


Sept. 24-Sept. 28 (Block Break)
Oct. 22-Oct. 26 (Block Break)
Nov. 19-Nov. 23 (Block Break)
Jan.5-Jan. 15 (Half Block Break)
Febr.11-Febr. 15 (Block Break)
March. 11-March 20 (Block Break+Spring Break)
April 15-April 19 (Block Break)


Keller Elementary School
3730 Montebellow Drive West
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

For more information, please contact Kateri Kerwin at 719-328-5944 or

Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI)

RMFI is looking for volunteers for a wide variety of restoration and preservation projects, from Garden of the Gods and Waldo Canyon to Shelf Road Recreation Area (Canon City) and Lake Pueblo State Park. Check out their webpage at for updated information!

Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission

Are you a college or high school student passionate about peace, justice or sustainability? The Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission ( is now accepting applications for fall semester interns. To apply, contact

The Pioneer Museum

The Pioneer Museum is looking for interns to assist with facilitating, updating, and developing new educational programs for the museum under the supervision and guidance of the Program Coordinator. They will work primarily with our Hands on History cart program. The Hands on History Cart Program allows visitors, primarily 2nd through 5th graders, to explore specific themes in local history. Each cart features a combination of Museum Use collection objects with associated hands-on activities. At carts located in or adjacent to the museum’s exhibits, visitors can examine x-rays of lungs afflicted with tuberculosis, imagine life as an explorer or pioneer, mimic a heartbeat on a ceremonial buffalo skin drum, compare cameras today with those of 100 years ago, and more!

Interns must make a 4 to 8 month commitment, starting no later than September 30, 2014. The museum can work with each intern’s availability, but we ask for a commitment of 12-20 hours between Tuesday and Saturday of each week (3-5 shifts):

Weekday Schedule: 12:45 – 4:45 p.m.
Optional Saturday Schedule: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (flexible)

For more information, please contact Meg Poole, Museum Program Coordinator at 719-385-5631 or

Life Skills HS

Looking for a flexible opportunity to work with youth in the community? Life Skills HS is looking for tutors to provide assistance to high school students in a computer lab setting. Tutors should be able to commit to 1-2 hours for one or two days a week. Please contact Anthoula Krokidis at or 719-227-8247 for more information.

Please contact Anthoula Krokidis at or 719-227-8247 for more information.

Palmer High School Tutoring Center

Interested in providing academic support to local youth and gaining experience with a highly effective model of tutoring? Palmer High School Math Tutoring Center is seeking volunteers to work with a wide variety of students to primarily help with pre-algebra, algebra and geometry. This opportunity can easily work around your schedule and is just a short walk away.  Volunteers should be comfortable with math and teenagers, but do NOT need experience in education, nor be an expert in mathematics as guidance will be provided by math teachers who supervise the Center.

Please contact Anthoula Krokidis at or 719-227-8247 for more information.

Colorado Springs Therapeutic Riding Center

We provide equine assisted therapy to children and adults with disabilities.  Together with our professional certified instructors and specially trained horses, our students are able to gain a better sense of their own individual abilities and strengths. This ultimate horse power aids in the therapy to our students who are living with physical, cognitive, emotional, behavioral and learning challenges related to various forms of trauma, developmental delays, autism, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, batons disease, and cancer.  Through our program we continue to see positive results in the vocabulary, core strength, flexibility, balance and personalities of our riders.  Our goal is to help our riders lead more fulfilling lives.

Our volunteers are the backbone of CSTRC and our classes are on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday. Volunteers are provided hands on training for our volunteers as sidewalkers and leaders and an orientation.  They interact with students of all ages and disabilities. 

For more information contact Linda Buffetti @ 719/205-1747 or; or CEO Nancy Harrison @ 719/634-4173;  Our website is All interested parties should read the volunteer form available here.