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Current Opportunities

Henry Elementary School

Henry Elementary School is looking for volunteers to play the piano on Mondays from 2:30 – 3:30.

Where: 1310 Lehmberg Blvd (East on Galley past Academy Blvd. to Lehmberg, left on Lehmberg)

Anyone interested should contact Janit Pollard at 719-520-2202 or

The African-American Historical & Genealogical Society of Colorado Springs

The African American Historical and Genealogical Society of Colorado Springs is looking for volunteers, particularly grant-writers and folks willing to help with displays, workshops, and general organization at their museum at 1620 W. Bijou.  Anyone interested should contact Candice McKnight at 719-217-2647.

Partners in Housing

Partners in Housing is looking for volunteers to help with their Donation Room, where homeless families acquire clothing and household items they need. They receive donations daily and need help getting these items into the 'store'.

Where: 455 Gold Pass Heights - Myron Stratton Campus

When: Anytime - flexible.

For more information, please contact Dianne Reitan at or 719-325-5830. children a head start children a head start is looking for volunteers to work with teachers and students in the classroom including circle time and centers, individual learning and curriculum support, outdoor play and special activities; this is an ideal opportunity for young professionals looking for experience in a teaching environment.

When: Tuesday-Friday 8:00am- 4:00pm. Times and days are flexible

Location: various schools

For more information, please contact Charlotte Nal at or 719-884-1450.

Ronald McDonald House

The Ronald McDonald House in Colorado Springs is looking for volunteers to assist in keeping a warm & friendly environment for the families staying at the House. This includes, but is not limited to cleaning, organizing, baking working in the yard and on any special projects. Process to Volunteer: RMHC volunteer application and background check. Can usually begin immediately depending on availability.

Volunteers are required to serve a minimum is one shift per month.

Volunteer shift times are: 9am-1pm, 1pm-5pm, 5pm-8pm (7 days per week/365 days per year), though they can and will work around time restrictions.

The Ronald McDonald house is located at 311 N. Logan Ave.

For more information, please contact Nicole Noll at 719-471-1814 or

Pikes Peak Children's Museum

The Pikes Peak Children's Museum is opening its first ever exhibit this fall. The exhibit will be located in the Space Foundation Discovery Center off of Garden of the Gods Road. The success of this exhibit is crucial to the museum's continued growth and momentum as money and community support is gathered for a permanent children's museum in Colorado Springs.

At the first exhibit, Clifford the Big Red Dog, volunteers will supervise children and answer questions about the past, present, and future of the Pikes Peak Children's Museum.

One volunteer is needed on weekdays and two on Saturdays through January 16th.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 10am-2pm
Saturdays 10am-5pm

Location: 4425 Arrowswest Drive, Suite CM, Colorado Springs 80907

For more information or to sign-up, please contact Hillary Dickman at 719-357-7726 or

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity works to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing. They're looking for skilled administrative and construction volunteers to work on homes in multiple locations - some repairs and some new home construction. No prior experience needed. Projects include: building fences, landscaping, painting, trim-work, hanging vinyl siding, framing a home, laying insulation, building cabinets, and more! In the office, you'll find database entry, writing thank yous, filing, and scanning, with other projects available depending on skill level. No tools required. Come with a smile and prepare for fun!

Work is scheduled Wednesday through Saturday, with a morning (8:30 AM – 12:00 PM) and afternoon (1:00 – 4:30 PM) shift. Saturdays fill up quickly, so if you are able to make a weekday shift you’ll find there are more opportunities.

For more information or to sign-up, please contact Ashley McIntyre at 719-475-7800 or

Brookdale Monument Valley Park

Brookdale Monument Valley Park is looking for volunteers to help residents that live at their community with fun activities. These residents do have some form of dementia. Activities can range from giving hand massages, painting nails, playing cards, reading or simply talking to the residents and remeniscing about their past.

Volunteers are needed Sunday-Thursday. Anytime from 10:30am-5:00pm.


10 W. Monument Street.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

For more information, please contact Laura Peer ( or 719-635-6300).

Camp AmeriKids

Camp AmeriKids, a summer camp for children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease, is looking for caring, responsible, energetic and fun counselors for the 2015 season.

A volunteer counselor team is responsible for the 24-hour supervision of a cabin and maintains a camper to counselor ratio of about 2 to 1. Counselors spend each day of the one week camp session with their cabin group as they rotate through a schedule of activities and participate in new and exciting workshops provided by the program staff. The cabin counselor's enthusiastic participation in all aspects of camp, from meals and activities to nightly special events and cabin chats, is crucial in creating a memorable camp experience for our campers. Counselors are expected to be role models, sources of energy and ideas, and are a key part of the Camp AmeriKids community. Room & board at our site in Warwick, NY is provided.

More information on this program can be found at:

Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM)

Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM) is looking for volunteers for their Pantry, Clothing Closet, Telephone Receptionist, Housing or Utilities Program Interviewer, and Direct Services Program. 

Shifts are Monday through Friday, during the hours of 8:45 am to 11:30 am or
12:15 pm to 3:00 pm. Volunteers choose one day and one shift, and preferably work that same day and shift each week. Training is provided.

For more information, call 719-636-1916.

Early Connections Learning Centers

Early Connections Learning Centers is looking for male CC students to spend time with the young children at our South Chelton child care center. The center serves very low income children. Many of the children have no positive male role models in their lives and are very much in need of that. If you are a young man who likes young children (under age 5) and have some time to hang out with our kids-- reading to them, playing with them, talking with them--and just generally being a positive influence in their lives, they would like to hear from you. Volunteer application, interview and background check are required. A car is required, as the child care center is not within walking/biking distance of CC.

Dates and times are flexible. Centers are open Monday - Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mid- to late afternoons would work well (kids nap in the early afternoon), if that fits with your class schedule. One afternoon a week would be great.


1465 S. Chelton
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

For more information, please contact Karen Wiedemann at 719-381-4803 or

Cheyenne Village

Cheyenne Village serves adults with developmental disabilities. They have several volunteer opportunities available for individuals and groups including: HR assistant; office technician; weekday program volunteers to help adults with disabilities enjoy recreation and community activities; and weekend program volunteers to help adults with disabilities enjoy recreation and community activities.

Dates and times needed vary by opportunity.  


6275 Lehman Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

For more information, please contact Courtney Arnstein at 719-572-7488 or

The Arc Pikes Peak Region

The Arc Pikes Peak Region is looking for students who want to work towards enhancing the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our community. The volunteer opportunities with The Arc can give students an edge in the realm of social work, human services, education, law and life. The following are opportunities that open may open doors for CC students:

  • The Arc PPR hosts social events, such as the Halloween Dance, that could use volunteers for set-up and supervision. These events are very fun to work at and can give students meaningful experiences with individuals with disabilities.
  • The Arc PPR is a part of IndyGive! (a competition of non-profit fundraising) and would like to film a short movie about our organization. They are seeking a Film and New Media major (or any other student with filming experience) to help with this project.
  • The Arc PPR is hoping to start up a book/movie club for people with disabilities.
For more information, contact Hannah Widmer via e-mail at
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

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!

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 individuals or groups who want to present on a topic of interest to students.

Please contact Sarah Marshall 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 Sarah Marshall at or 719-227-8247 for more information.