Hyde Park Health Center
For over 50 years, Hyde Park Health Center has proudly served our senior care community by providing individualized nursing services and personalized care. Today, we continue to build on this legacy of experience and quality while upholding the timeless values of dignity, integrity, compassion and quality of life. An assisted living and skilled care facility offering a range of specialized services: - Physical Rehabilitation - Skilled Nursing Care - Assisted Living - Two Levels of Memory Support (Assisted Living and Nursing Care)
Looking for consistent volunteers to work with assisted living residents on memory support unit to do bingo, play Wii, etc. Looking for days, evenings and weekends. Open to suggestions for new activities. Great opportunity for students in the long term care majors.
Winton Place Youth Center (WPYC)
Founded in 1986 in response to an act of youth violence, Winton Place Youth Center provides a safe and welcoming environment for students living in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Spring Grove Village. Our program is based around the concept of whole-child development. Through tutoring, social/cultural workshops, and violence-prevention programming, we strive to serve our students' holistic needs so they will have every chance to grow into happy and productive adults.
To provide tutoring assistance in areas of reading and math to our k-8th grade students. Each S.T.A.R tutor will work with a student one-on-one to help propel students to read at or above their reading and math standards.
- Address: 4609 North Edgewood Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45232; www.wpyouthcenter.net;
- Contact: Ashley Dunn; (513) 578-2816; email@example.com;
- Project Date(s): Through May 21, 2013, 2:30PM-6:00PM; You do not have to serve the whole time period from 2:30-6pm; you can choose from 30 mins to 3 hrs to serve (it is by your own discretion).
Rees E Price Elementary
Rees E Price is an elementary school servicing students from Preschool through 6th grade. Currently there are about 600 students in our school. Our students are like many other students, they hunger for reasons to learn and to believe in themselves. We are looking for people who love children and who can utilize their wiliness to learn and bring that passion into our building and to our children.
We NEED motivated, determined and REALIABLE tutors to work with kindergarten thru 2nd grade students, working on reading and math skills to bring them up to their grade level or beyond. You would be paired up with 2-3 students that are below grade level or who are struggling learners. We will provide work and or games to play with the children in hopes to motivate them to learn the material. Many of our children are struggling learners and need small group instruction and mentors to give them the drive to learn.
Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit that operates within five service lines: Adult Behavioral Health, Community Care, Court and Corrections, Housing, and Youth Behavioral Health. Children, adults and families benefit from these proven services. Each year, Talbert House serves over 31,000 clients face to face and an additional 51,000 are reached through prevention services throughout Greater Cincinnati. The Talbert House mission has two basic purposes: to improve social behavior and enhance personal recovery and growth. Talbert House creates innovative, evidenced-based programs that are proven to solve tough social problems that impact all members of the community. Through comprehensive and proven solutions to behavioral health challenges, Talbert House is building a stronger community…one life at a time.
Cincy After School provides a quality experience through academic achievement opportunities, anti-drug/anti-violence programs, and other recreational and educational activities at Shroder High School
- Address: 5030 Duck Creek Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227;
- Contact: Mariam Martinez; (513) 297-3955; firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Project Date(s): January 16, 2013 – June 16, 2013, from 3:00PM-5:30PM
Academy of World Languages
We are a Cincinnati Public School in Evanston with a city-wide magnet program for foreign language. Our students generally begin school in Kindergarten, choose one of our 4 foreign languages (Arabic, Chinese Japanese and Russian), and take that language along with core standards through 8th grade. Of our almost 600 students, nearly 300 of them are part of our English as a Second Language program with students from over 40 different countries speaking as many languages at home. We are looking for support in our after school program, the Dragon Zone, for our newly started Kids Cafe Power Hour. The students receive a hot meal from Kids Cafe, a program of Feeding America, and then homework assistance and tutoring to fill the hour and then are pick up. Volunteers may help with food service from time to time but will always be engaged in homework help.
We are looking for support in our after school program, the Dragon Zone, for our newly started Kids Cafe Power Hour. The students receive a hot meal from Kids Cafe, a program of Feeding America, and then homework assistance and tutoring to fill the hour and then are picked up. Volunteers may help with food service from time to time but will always be engaged in homework help. Please don't hesitate to call with questions or for more details--we'd love to have you! Go Muskies!
Good Samaritan Hospital
From greeting, guiding, and helping patients get to their place of treatment, to working alongside medical professionals in the Cardiac Cath Lab, Pre-surgical Services, and other clinical departments--volunteers are the glue that keeps GSH together. Volunteering is an awesome way to observe, connect, and build a resume, while giving your time. As little as two hours a week makes a huge difference. This is a great option for those students thinking about careers with a health care environment.
Volunteers set their own schedule and we work to place them in an area that offers them a positive experience and meets their desires.
St. Margaret Hall
St. Margaret Hall was opened by the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm in 1962 as a Catholic Nursing and Residential Care facility for Cincinnati's elderly. St. Margaret Hall is incorporated in the State of Ohio as a voluntary, non-profit organization and is licensed for Skilled Nursing and Residential Care for up to 134 Residents.
We are always looking for volunteers to hang out with residents at St. Margaret Hall. If you are looking to make a difference in someone?s life while completing your service hours, you can do that here! Many of our residents would love to have extra visitors. You can play a game, have a conversation or take them shopping in our gift shop! We are located conveniently near XU campus at 1960 Madison Rd.
DePaul Cristo Rey High School
DePaul Cristo Rey High School is an affordable, Catholic, college-preparatory high school for underserved students in Greater Cincinnati. Our high school is the Catholic high school for students who want to go to college and can work hard in school as well as on the job, and whose families need financial support to afford private, college-preparatory education.
Our specific area for which we are currently seeking volunteers is our after school study tables. We are looking for individuals interested in helping our students develop their academic skills after school. Our tutoring program seeks to consistent volunteers who can give their time on a weekly or bi-monthly basis to build a relationship with particular students and tutor them in specific areas of study. College students would be a great aide to our students' academic development.