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Girls on the Run
Make a difference for girls in the Twin Cities this year! Girls on the Run (GOTR) is non-profit organization that provides a safe, fun, and encouraging after school program for elementary and middle-school aged girls. They are looking for volunteers to be assistant coaches and YOU would be a great coach​! Coaches do NOT need to be “runners.” GOTR is seeking responsible and enthusiastic adults (male or female) with a commitment to preparing girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. For more information, visit http://www.gotrtwincities.org/coach, call (612) 656-9032, or email info@gotrtwincities.org. Location: 393 DUNLAP STREET NORTH, SUITE 750, SAINT PAUL, MN 55104

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Breakthrough Twin Cities
Do you enjoy helping people succeed and reach their goals in education? Are you a teaching major? Breakthrough Twin Cities is an organization that helps prepare under-resourced students, grades 7-12, for college success AND helps cultivate the next generation of educators. After all, the best teacher is a student! There are 5 locations throughout the Twin Cities area. For more information, email volunteer@breakthroughtwincities.org. Location: 2051 Larpenteur Avenue E, Saint Paul, MN 55109

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Jeremiah Program- Make a difference for young women & their children
During the fall, the Jeremiah Program brings together volunteers who surround mother’s and their kids with the support that helps drive their success. Volunteers help mom’s and their children continue to learn and grow. Volunteer opportunities include cooking and child care while the mother’s attend Life Skills classes and many other options as well! The program is currently looking for volunteers on Tuesday & Thursday evenings at both their St. Paul & Minneapolis locations. For more information, visit here or call 612) 692-8711 (Minneapolis) or (651) 332-5002 (St. Paul) Location: 1510 Laurel Avenue, Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55403 unnamed-2

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Tix for Tots
Tix for Tots helps provide children in need with the opportunity to attend community cultural and sporting events. They are a non-profit organization that has already helped children in need have over 60,000 priceless experiences. Volunteer opportunities include creating partnerships between Tix for Tots and other organizations, planning events and many other opportunities! For more information, visit here or call (612) 384- 7419 Location: P.O. Box 4086, St. Paul, MN 55104 tix-for-tots

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MN Literacy Counsel- ABC's of Reading Training
Are you interested in being a reading tutor for young children? ABC’s of Reading is a free 3-hour workshop that helps prepare adults to become reading tutors for children in grades K-3. The workshop is a one-time training that is perfect for classroom volunteers and tutors of after-school programs. The program was designed by the Minnesota Literacy Counsel, Minneapolis Public Schools, and the University of Minnesota. For more information, visit here or contact Julia at jmaiuri@mnliteracy.org Location: 700 Raymond Ave, Suite 180, Saint Paul, MN 55114 unnamed-1

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Ober Community Center- Homework Help
Interested in working with elementary & middle school kids? The Ober Community Center, a member of the Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities, is looking for volunteers and interns to help children with homework. Volunteer duties include homework help, assessments, and helping with reading and math. They are looking for people to work Mondays-Thursdays for one to two hours. However, if those times do not work for you or you would like to volunteer more time, the Ober Community Center is willing to take whatever people can give. For more information, contact Josh Windham 651-789-7645 or jwindham@ugmtc.org Location: 376 Western Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55103  

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East Side Learning Center
Interested in changing a child’s life by tutoring? East Side Learning Center (ESLC) strives to be a major force in “unlocking each child’s potential through the foundation of reading.” ESLC does this by providing year-round, personalized, one-on-one reading tutoring at no cost to families for nearly 350 St. Paul children (K-3) who read below grade level and do not have the resources to get help elsewhere. For more information, visit here or call 651-793-7331 Location: East Side Learning Center 740 York Ave St. Paul, MN 55106

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Find a volunteer opportunity that suits your interests through United Way
Volunteerism and service learning continue to be an important aspect for student success both in school and as they build a resume. Many do not realize that United Way has a free volunteer service that matched more than 100,000 volunteers with a wide variety of volunteer opportunities last year! United Way has a database of hundreds of volunteer opportunities in the health and human services arena: serving meals to families, stacking food shelves, reading to children, tutoring adults and children, helping with yard work for seniors and so much more. For more information visit here to view different volunteer opportunities. Location: 404 South 8th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55404 Volunteer United

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One-on-one mentor!
Looking for a mentoring one-on-one relationship with a child or youth? Big Brothers/Big Sisters pairs big and little “siblings” who then meet two to four times each month. Make a difference in a young person’s life! For more information, visit here or call  651.789.2400 Location: 2550 University Ave West, Suite 410N, St. Paul, MN 55114

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Get creative with Arts-Us!
Volunteer close to campus! Arts-Us is located in the Dunning Recreational Center right near Concordia. Help with the fine arts-based afterschool program or facilitate conversation circles. Arts-Us focuses on innovation and creativity. For more information, visit here or call 651.528.6871 Location: 1221 Marshall Ave, St. Paul, MN 55104 Arts-us

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Girls on the Run
Make a difference for girls in the Twin Cities this year! Girls on the Run (GOTR) is non-profit organization that provides a safe, fun, and encouraging after school program for elementary and middle-school aged girls. They are looking for volunteers to be assistant coaches and YOU would be a great coach​! Coaches do NOT need to be “runners.” GOTR is seeking responsible and enthusiastic adults (male or female) with a commitment to preparing girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. For more information, visit http://www.gotrtwincities.org/coach, call (612) 656-9032, or email info@gotrtwincities.org. Location: 393 DUNLAP STREET NORTH, SUITE 750, SAINT PAUL, MN 55104

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Jeremiah Program- Make a difference for young women & their children
During the fall, the Jeremiah Program brings together volunteers who surround mother’s and their kids with the support that helps drive their success. Volunteers help mom’s and their children continue to learn and grow. Volunteer opportunities include cooking and child care while the mother’s attend Life Skills classes and many other options as well! The program is currently looking for volunteers on Tuesday & Thursday evenings at both their St. Paul & Minneapolis locations. For more information, visit here or call 612) 692-8711 (Minneapolis) or (651) 332-5002 (St. Paul) Location: 1510 Laurel Avenue, Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55403 unnamed-2

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Tix for Tots
Tix for Tots helps provide children in need with the opportunity to attend community cultural and sporting events. They are a non-profit organization that has already helped children in need have over 60,000 priceless experiences. Volunteer opportunities include creating partnerships between Tix for Tots and other organizations, planning events and many other opportunities! For more information, visit here or call (612) 384- 7419 Location: P.O. Box 4086, St. Paul, MN 55104 tix-for-tots

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MN Literacy Counsel- ABC's of Reading Training
Are you interested in being a reading tutor for young children? ABC’s of Reading is a free 3-hour workshop that helps prepare adults to become reading tutors for children in grades K-3. The workshop is a one-time training that is perfect for classroom volunteers and tutors of after-school programs. The program was designed by the Minnesota Literacy Counsel, Minneapolis Public Schools, and the University of Minnesota. For more information, visit here or contact Julia at jmaiuri@mnliteracy.org Location: 700 Raymond Ave, Suite 180, Saint Paul, MN 55114 unnamed-1

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Ober Community Center- Homework Help
Interested in working with elementary & middle school kids? The Ober Community Center, a member of the Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities, is looking for volunteers and interns to help children with homework. Volunteer duties include homework help, assessments, and helping with reading and math. They are looking for people to work Mondays-Thursdays for one to two hours. However, if those times do not work for you or you would like to volunteer more time, the Ober Community Center is willing to take whatever people can give. For more information, contact Josh Windham 651-789-7645 or jwindham@ugmtc.org Location: 376 Western Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55103  

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East Side Learning Center
Interested in changing a child’s life by tutoring? East Side Learning Center (ESLC) strives to be a major force in “unlocking each child’s potential through the foundation of reading.” ESLC does this by providing year-round, personalized, one-on-one reading tutoring at no cost to families for nearly 350 St. Paul children (K-3) who read below grade level and do not have the resources to get help elsewhere. For more information, visit here or call 651-793-7331 Location: East Side Learning Center 740 York Ave St. Paul, MN 55106

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One-on-one mentor!
Looking for a mentoring one-on-one relationship with a child or youth? Big Brothers/Big Sisters pairs big and little “siblings” who then meet two to four times each month. Make a difference in a young person’s life! For more information, visit here or call  651.789.2400 Location: 2550 University Ave West, Suite 410N, St. Paul, MN 55114

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