Become a Volunteer

picture of JHU Baltimore First volunteers meeting each other

As a student-led program of the Center, PDF Document: Baltimore First is an opportunity for students at all stages of the active citizenship continuum (Break Away 2014) to engage with our Baltimore community. Deeply rooted in racial and social justice frameworks and critical pedagogy (Freire 1963), Baltimore First supports students in their journey to better understand our city and their place in it. Baltimore First is a catalyst program for students looking to expand their philosophy of service and learn how to engage in intentional, community-driven, and transformative PDF Document: social change. Baltimore First offers two volunteer opportunities for student engagement: as a general volunteer or a site coordinator. View the volunteer descriptions, expectations, application, and registration processes below.

Still have questions? Contact the Baltimore First staff advisor, Nairuti Shastry, or email the Baltimore First Student Executive Board at baltimorefirst17@gmail.com

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General Volunteer Overview

Become a General Volunteer

Why Should I Register?

Baltimore First volunteers will:

  • gain hands-on, real life experience supporting community organizations and non-profit agencies in Baltimore City, thereby launching into a career of service at Hopkins;
  • unpack the complex historical, political, and socio-cultural elements that make Baltimore City;
  • explore their own intersecting identities and how they inextricably connect to larger systems and structures of power, privilege, and oppression; and
  • synthesize their experiences by engaging in dynamic educational workshops and peer-led reflection.

Registration Process and Procedures

The 2018 General Volunteer registration is now closed. Due to community partner capacity, placement availability will be on a first come first serve basis.

View General Volunteer Expectations

Attendance Policy:

  • Each volunteer is permitted 2 absences from a weekly site, 1 absence from a bi-weekly site, and 0 absences from a monthly site for the semester.
  • Volunteers MUST notify their Site Coordinator at least 24 in advance by email if they are going to be absent, except in case of emergency. Site Coordinators MUST notify the Director of Volunteer Management.

Director of Volunteer Management: Kate Holzhauer
kholzha1@jhu.edu

  • Each volunteer is permitted 1 absence from educational workshops for the semester. Review the “Important Dates” tab to see all educational workshop dates/times.
  • Volunteers MUST notify the Director of Education at least 24 hours in advance by email if they are going to be absent from a workshop, except in case of emergency.

Director of Education: Kiahna Revan
krevan1@jhu.edu

  • Volunteers with more than the permitted number of absences must meet with the Director of Volunteer Management and/or the CSC staff advisor, and will be at risk of probation for the remainder of the academic semester and/or year.

Director of Volunteer Management: Kate Holzhauer
kholzha1@jhu.edu
CSC Staff advisor: Nairuti Shastry
nshastry@jhu.edu

Training:

Track it Forward:

General Policies:

  • All volunteers are expected to adhere to all Johns Hopkins University Policies and Procedures as stipulated in the Student Conduct Code as well as all CSC Policies and Procedures.
  • Volunteers must attend any additional requirements of each community partner site as outlined in the Community Partners & Volunteer Times descriptions below.
  • In line with our value of intentionality, Baltimore First volunteers should practice full engagement–living in line with community and program values–during service. While at service sites, volunteers should be fully present (e.g. not texting, having side conversations, etc.) respectful to community partners and other volunteers. Baltimore First also has a zero tolerance policy and should a violation occur, immediate termination will occur. Students who are alleged to have violated the Student Conduct Code will be reported to the Associate Dean of Student Conduct in the Dean of Student Life Office for resolution.

Important Dates

Important Fall 2018 Dates

EventDate/Time
General Volunteer Application OpensThursday, August 30
CSC Meet and GreetWednesday, September 5
First Day of Trial PeriodMonday, September 17
General Volunteer Application ClosesMonday, September 24 (9 a.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, September 30 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Last Day of Trial PeriodMonday, October 1
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, October 14 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, October 28 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, November 11 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, December 2 (6-7:30 p.m.)
End of Semester CelebrationFriday, December 7

Site Coordinator Overview

Become a Site Coordinator

Why Should I Apply?

Baltimore First Site Coordinators will:

  • communicate expectations and build a strong cohort of peers committed to service;
  • facilitate reflection in a group of their peers; and
  • demonstrate critical understanding of at least one social issue that affects at least one community organization in Baltimore City.

Application Process and Procedures

The 2018 Site Coordinator application is closed.

View Site Coordinator Description

The Site Coordinator position is a semester long commitment. Volunteering begins the week of September 17, 2018. There are four mandatory trainings that can be viewed in the “Important Dates” tab.

General Summary:

Founded in 2017, Baltimore First is a student-led individualized direct service program of the Center for Social Concern. Committed building a mutually-beneficial, consistent relationships with community organizations across the city of Baltimore, Baltimore First provides local nonprofit and community organizations with weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly student volunteers.

This position is responsible for supporting the overall mission and vision of the organization by: 1) building community among and managing the general volunteers that attend your assigned service site, 2) facilitating reflection during each educational workshop, 3) serving as a brand ambassador of the program to community & campus partners and the general student body.

Essential Job Functions:

Volunteer Management (40% of time)

  • Familiarize self with program expectations and requirements including vision, values, & mission and attendance policy.
  • Supervise all service-related site logistics (member attendance, schedule changes, inclement weather policies, etc.).
  • Coordinate with Director of Education and Director of Community Partnerships in maintaining an accountability structure for the program.

Facilitation of Multipartial Reflection (30% of time)

  • Support the Director of Education in building a culture of reflection among all program members.
  • Review workshop material prior to the day of the workshop in order to build reflection sessions that support members on their journey towards PDF Document: active citizenship.

Brand Ambassador (10% of time)

  • Build authentic, reciprocal relationships with community partners.
  • Model engaged and intentional volunteerism for general student volunteers.
  • Support program marketing and recruitment efforts as requested.

Other Duties as Assigned (10% of time)

  • Attend a series of educational workshops co-facilitated by the Director of Education and CSC Staff Advisor/Executive Director:
    • Sunday, September 9 (7-8 p.m., location TBD)
    • Wednesday, September 12 (7-8 p.m., location TBD)
    • Monday, September 17 (7-8 p.m., location TBD)
    • Wednesday, September 26 (7-8 p.m., location TBD)
  • Attend a Project Coordinator team building event led by the Director of Education and Director of Volunteer Management.

Qualifications

At least one semester of service with Baltimore First required, including a clear understanding of program values, expectations, and requirements. Experience facilitating multi-partial reflection is preferred.

Important Dates

Important Fall 2018 Dates

EventDate/Time
Site Coordinator Application OpensThursday, August 23
Site Coordinator Application ClosesWednesday, September 5 (11:59 p.m.)
CSC Meet and GreetWednesday, September 5
Mandatory Training
(Site Coordinators Only)
Sunday, September 9 (7-8 p.m.)
Mandatory Training
(Site Coordinators Only)
Wednesday, September 12 (7-8 p.m.)
First Day of Trial PeriodMonday, September 17
Mandatory Training
(Site Coordinators Only)
Monday, September 17 (7-8 p.m.)
Mandatory Training
(Site Coordinators Only)
Wednesday, September 26 (7-8 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, September 30 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Last Day of Trial PeriodMonday, October 1
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, October 14 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, October 28 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, November 11 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Mandatory Educational Workshop
(Site Coordinators and General Volunteers)
Sunday, December 2 (6-7:30 p.m.)
End of Semester CelebrationFriday, December 7

Community Partners & Volunteer Times

During fall 2018, Baltimore First will be partnering with 15 local nonprofits and community organizations. Learn more about each organization and commitment times below.

29th Street Community Center: (Monday or Wednesday, *2:45 p.m.-6:00 p.m.)

Description 29th street community center logo.go to https://www.strongcitybaltimore.org/our-work/the-29th-street-community-center/ to learn more information

The 29th Street Community Center works to strengthen neighborhoods within North Central Baltimore by bridging the gap between community and agency through a wide range of free and low-cost programming. Featured programming at the center foregrounds on covering a diverse base of interests, from Zumba and Yoga to Martial Arts and Marching Band. After-school programming is a highly specialized and carefully executed component of the center with specific intentions of inspiring and educating the leaders of tomorrow. Center staff dedicates great time to certifying that instructors of after-school programming are equipped with the tools needed to holistically access the youth of North Central Baltimore. With this mission in mind, several after school programming activities have proven successful and we are looking to maximize on this output by adding to the catalogue. A list of some of our current after-school program activities include dance, step, theatre, and football. We are looking for volunteers that are empathetic, skilled, and goal-oriented to join us in expanding after school initiatives.

Volunteer Times

Monday or Wednesday (*2:45 p.m.-6:00 p.m)
*includes travel time

Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project at Moravia Park Primary School: (Tuesday or Thursday, *3:00 p.m.- 6:15 p.m.)

Description Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project Logo . go to www.refugeeyouthproject.org/ for more information about this organization.

The Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project seeks to improve the lives of Baltimore’s youngest refugees by supporting their academic needs and making their integration simple and meaningful. RYP is committed to its mission of creating a safe environment for refugee children to improve their literacy skills, enhance their knowledge of American culture, engage in enriching extracurricular activities, and grow to be confident, caring individuals. Volunteers will work one-on-one or with small groups of refugee students at Moravia Park Elementary School to increase their vocabulary, reading and basic math skills.

Volunteer Times

Tuesday or Thursday (*3:00 p.m.- 6:15 p.m.)
*includes travel time

BioEYES: (Monday or Friday, a two-hour period between 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m) + Required Training (Wednesday, September 19, *3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.)

Description BioEYES logo. Go to www.bioeyes.org for more information

BioEYES is a K-12 life science outreach and teacher training program that uses a remarkable fish called the zebrafish to get kids excited about science. Volunteer opportunities are available to help BioEYES in public middle school classrooms through Baltimore First. For this opportunity you will interact with kids that are learning genetics, and assist BioEYES Outreach Educators with various tasks. These can include helping students catch fish, use microscopes, help with scientific observations of fish, work on Punnett square problems, graph or analyze data, or by asking probing questions provided by the program. Training is provided. Opportunities to teach are available to committed volunteers. Volunteers who are in a school more than three times/month must complete a background check and fingerprinting.

Volunteer Time

Monday or Friday, (a two-hour period between 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m)

Additional Requirements

Orientation

There is a mandatory required training on Wednesday, September 19 (*3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m) at the Carnegie Institution for Science “Carnegie Science” (see address and parking information below).
*includes travel time

Address
Carnegie Institution for Science “Carnegie Science”
3520 San Martin Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218

Site Location and Parking Information
The San Martin Center parking garage is available next door at 3500 San Martin Drive. Volunteers can park in the visitor lot or in any designated spot labeled “Carnegie Institution.” A receptionist can provide a parking voucher. You can reach Carnegie Science by exiting the garage directly across from where you entered the garage, on level P5. Volunteers may carpool with BioEYES staff to and from schools or drive separately. Bear in mind that BioEYES staff may be working in a school longer than your service, however, so alternate transportation may be needed.

Bulldog Basketball School at the Barclay School: (Tuesday or Thursday, *3:00 p.m.-5:45 p.m.)

Description Bulldog Basketball School Logo. Refer to bulldogbasketballschool.org/ to learn more about them.

There are few different volunteer opportunities with the Bulldog Basketball School at Barclay as described below.

Tutoring:

  • help with homework (elementary or middle school subjects, math, language arts, science, social studies)
  • help write high school application essays
  • help fill out high school applications
  • do self-adapting math and language arts lessons on a computer website called iReady

Basketball Practice:

  • assist with basketball practice
  • rebound for the shooters
  • act as the passer for the shooters
  • act as “dummy” defenders
  • monitor skills and maintain quality control

Basketball Games:

  • keep the scoreboard during a game
  • collect entrance fees at games
  • sell concessions at games
  • help clean gym after games.

Volunteer Times

Tuesday or Thursday (*3:00 p.m.-5:45 p.m.)
*includes travel time

Carmine Garden: (1st and 3rd Sunday of every month, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)

Description

Carmine Garden is a community garden in the westernmost part of Baltimore City. Obtained through the cities adopt-a-lot program, Carmine Garden functions with the support of the Franklintown community association, community members, and two volunteer garden coordinators. At Carmine, volunteers assist with developing garden infrastructure, assisting community members with maintaining and beautifying their plots, general maintenance of the garden, and the planting and harvesting of fresh produce, which is shared between community members.

Volunteer Times

1st and 3rd Sunday of every month (*9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m..)
*includes travel time

Civic Works: (Thursday, 3:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m., March-November)

Description

Civic Works is an urban farming program that works to turn vacant and abandoned lots into community gardens and green spaces with the goal of creating a more sustainable, economically viable, environmentally responsible agriculture sector in Baltimore. Civic Works also works to combat the growing problem of food insecurity in the Baltimore Community. Volunteers at Civic Works will work on existing urban farms to cultivate various crops for the community.

Volunteer Times

Thursday (*3:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.) (March-November)
*includes travel time

There will be no volunteering on December 6.

Hop Outside with Sierra Club Baltimore Inspiring Connections Outdoors: (Saturdays: Sept. 15, Sept. 22, Oct. 13/2 separate outings, Nov. 2-4, and Nov. 10, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) + Orientation (Thursday, Sept. 20, 6:00 p.m.) + Trip Leader Training Course (Saturday, October 27, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.)

Description

Baltimore Inspiring Connections Outdoors was founded in 1999 with the goal of providing under-served Baltimore City youth with educational, enjoyable, and safe outdoor experiences at no cost to them. BICO is part of a Sierra Club of baltimore's logo. Learn more at www.sierraclub.orgnational network of 56 ICO groups that works under the guidance of the Sierra Club. All ICO programming is run entirely by volunteers. Over the last 19 years BICO has organized nearly 550 outings, serving almost 6,000 youth. Outings could include trips like: kayaking at Middle Branch Park, hiking at Patapsco Valley State Park, camping at Leakin Park, bicycle riding at Carroll Park, playing disc golf at Druid Hill Park, or bouldering at Rocks State Park. If you are interested in the outdoors and working with youth, BICO is a great place to volunteer.

There are four agencies that work with BICO each runs on average a trip a month from September – May.

1. Digital Harbor High School – If you would like to work with older youth (14-18) and take part in more physically challenging adventures this may be the agency for you. This agency also has an active after school bicycle club that BICO facilitates that traditional meets on Wednesday afternoons.Located in Federal Hill. Nicole Veltre is the agency leader.

2. Mi Espacia – This agency is a community center for primarily High School youth (14-18). Many of the participants are bi-lingual. Being able to speak conversational Spanish would be helpful if volunteering at this agency though this is not a requirement. This agency does 3- 4 trips per year. Located in Fells Point. Gina Baez is the agency leader.

3. Paul’s Place – At this agency youth participants are usually in Middle School (11-14). The staff at Paul’s Place are very active with BICO activities. Located in Pigtown. Jeff White is the agency leader.

4. Southwest Baltimore Charter School – Participating youth are predominantly from 4th and 5th grade (10-11) with a few older Middle Grade students attending too. Skill development is a core tenant of this program, teaching youth how to have fun outdoors in a safe and productive manner. Located in Pigtown. Brad Hunter is the agency leader.

Volunteer Times

Meet & Greet at Ale Mary’s in Fells Point
Come learn more about BICO and talk about with veteran leaders.
Thursday, September 27 (5:00-7:00 p.m.)
All Ages Welcome

  • Saturday, September, 15 (8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.) – BICO Southwest Baltimore Charter School
    • Hike/Swim at Gunpowder Falls
  • Saturday, Sept. 22 (10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.) – BICO Digital Harbor High School
    • Join Digital Harbor High School for a day of outdoor exploration and education around the Monarch butterfly during the annual Monarch Fiesta at Jug Bay – 5702 Plummer Lane Lothian MD.
    • Participants will be on-site from 10:00 a.m.-2 p.m.
    • For more info contact Nicole Veltre at NVeltre@bcps.k12.md.us
  • Saturday, October 13 (8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) – BICO Soutwest Baltimore Charter School
    • Hike / Light Bouldering at Rocks State Park
  • Saturday, October 13 (time TBD)- Farm to Table at Great Kids Farm
    • Join Digital Harbor High School youth on an outing to Great Kids Farm for hands on work and learning around this educational farm.
    • Participants will definitely get their hands dirty and learn all about how food gets from the farm to the table.
    • Contact Nicole atnveltre@bcps.k12.md.us
  • Friday, November 2 – Sunday, November 4 (time TBD) – Camping at Hazelwood Outdoor Discovery Center
    • Join Digital Harbor High School for a 2 night camping trips to Hazelwood on the Eastern Shore.
    • There will be opportunities to engage in a wide variety of outdoor activities from paddling to hiking from star gazing to smore making.
    • Contact Nicole at nveltre@bcps.k12.md.us
  • Saturday, November 10 (8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.) – BICO Southwest Baltimore Charter School
    • Hike/Exploring at Patapsco Valley State Park Daniel’s Area

Additional Requirements

Orientation

There is a mandatory orientation on Thursday, September 20 (6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.).

Location
Center for Social Concern
First Floor Conference Room
3103 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218

Trip Leader Training

There is also a Trip Leader Training Course (Outdoor Leadership Training 101) on Saturday, October 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location
Southwest Baltimore Charter School
1300 Herkimer St.
Baltimore, MD 21223

Every BICO trip must have at least 2 Certified Leaders and attending this course is one of the requirements. While this training is OPTIONAL, it is highly encouraged for volunteers looking to serve long-term with BICO.

JHU Sharing Languages at Hampden Elementary/Middle School: (Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.)

Description

JHU Sharing Languages is an after-school foreign language program at Hampden for elementary school students. Each week, we teach basic language courses to children grades 3-5 to introduce them to language fundamentals in an engaging manner, with interactive games and cultural activities. We hope to inspire a love of language and appreciation of different cultures at a young age, so students can grow up with a greater cultural understanding in today’s increasingly interconnected world.

Volunteer Times

Tuesday (*2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.)
*includes travel time

Keswick Multi-Care Center: (Sunday, 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)

Description KEswick multi-care center logo. go to https://choosekeswick.org to learn more.

Keswick is a facility that provides a multitude of services to the elderly such as rehabilitation, long-term care, and health services.

Volunteers at Keswick will:

  • help transport residents downstairs to the dining facility.
  • help serve the residents lunch and dessert.
  • have the opportunity to socialize with the residents.
  • coordinate transportation to and from the dining facility with nursing staff.

Volunteer Times

Sunday (11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)
*includes travel time

Paul’s Place: (Friday, 12:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)

Description Paul's Place Logo. Go to https//paulsplaceoutreach.org/ for more information.

Paul’s Place is a community outreach center designed to help the homeless and those in need. Paul’s Place provides programs, services, and support that strengthen individuals and families, fostering hope, personal dignity, and growth. Volunteers at Paul’s Place will assist in the center’s Marketplace, a clothing bank designed to provide those in need with the experience of shopping for their own clothes.

Volunteer Times

Friday (*12:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)
*includes travel time

Reading Partners: (Monday or Wednesday, *1:10 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. ) + Orientation (Wednesday, September 19, 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. or 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.)

DescriptionReading Partners logo with two charis and desk. To learn more about Reading Partners, visit their website at https://readingpartners.org/

Reading Partners mobilizes communities to provide students in under-resourced schools with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade. In fourth grade, students are expected to transition from learning to read to reading to learn. From this point on, they’ll use these foundational reading skills to explore and master new subjects like science, history, and geography. At this age, it is even more essential to have proficient reading skills. Volunteers will work one-on-one with students for 45 minutes twice a week, delivering a simple, proven curriculum each week to help the child begin to gain lost ground.

Volunteer Times

Monday or Wednesday, *1:10 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
*includes travel time

Additional Requirements

There is a mandatory orientation on Wednesday, September 19 (9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. or 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.).

Location:
1500 Union Ave Suite 2200
Baltimore, MD 21211

St. Francis Neighborhood Center: (Tuesday or Thursday, 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.)

Description St. Francis Neighborhood Center logo. visit www.stfranciscenter.org for more info.

St. Francis Neighborhood Center, in the Spring of 2009, established an after school youth development and family stability program called The Power Project. The Power Project consists of three major components: education, mentoring, the arts, and human services. This program provides disadvantaged youth and families living below poverty in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood, ages 5 to 18, with the opportunity to receive academic enrichment, one-on-one tutoring, attend educational seminars and workshops, participate in our dance, art and music groups, and establish valuable relationships with caring and responsible individuals who will serve as positive role models in their lives.The after school program is at no cost to youth and families and is held at the Center Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 6:15 pm during the school year with snacks and dinner provided. The program can accommodate on average, 60 children at a time. Volunteers will support all facets of the The Power Project.

Volunteer Times

Tuesday or Thursday (*3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.)
*includes travel time

Southeast Development Corporation at Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School: (Thursday, *7:30 a.m.- 9:15 a.m.)

Description Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle school logo. go to www.baltimorecityschools.org/Domain/394 to learn more about this school.

Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle school is a pre-k -8th community school in East Baltimore. Our mission is to provide all students the opportunity to reach their individual potential as positive and productive members of society by providing high quality instruction and motivational supports to students and their families in a safe and mutually respectful environment. Volunteers will work in the classroom with small groups during our “Power Hour,” a new school-wide intervention system based on helping our students fulfill their full potential.

Volunteer Times

Thursday, *7:30 a.m.- 9:15 a.m

*includes travel time

The Community School & Mentoring High School: (Tuesday, *11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.)

Description The Community School Logo. Go to tchighschool.org to learn more.

The Community School is an academic & mentoring high school, based in the Remington community, for young people who want to advance their education, improve their lives, and better their community. Students develop their skills, knowledge, creativity, confidence, intellectual curiosity and worldview in a safe, supportive, and comfortable yet rigorous environment

Volunteer Times

Tuesday, *11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
*includes travel time

The League for People with Disabilities (Club 1111): (Second Saturday of each month, 4:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.) + On-Campus Orientation (Saturday, September 29 at 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)

Description Club1111 Logo. Visit www.leagueforpeople.org/club1111 for more info.

Club 1111: is Maryland’s first and only nightclub for people with disabilities that includes DJs, dancing, spa, games, and much more! The Club provides a place for people within the Baltimore disability community that might not otherwise have such a social opportunity. On the second Saturday of each month, year-round, The League for People with Disabilities’ 50,000 sq foot facility is transformed into a nightclub with the capacity to serve 600+ guests. Volunteers assist with registering guests, staffing snack windows, helping out with the spa, and generally engaging participants and ensuring that each person has the best possible experience.

Volunteer Times

Second Saturday of each month (*4:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m..)
*includes travel time

Additional Requirements

On-Campus Orientation

There is a mandatory required on-campus training on Saturday, September 29 (4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) at the Center for Social Concern.

Address
Center for Social Concern
3103 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218