Times of day
A few hours per week
Long-Term (6 months-1 year)
Charles, Calvert and St. Mary's Counties.
Description of Duties: Provide a designated activity or class to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Share your passion for your skill, teach it or perform in front of a group. Time commitment can range for this, it can be a one-time activity or a regularly scheduled event.
Qualifications: Qualified candidates must be able to pass a background check, have adequate time management skills, be willing to share their time and talents with people supported by The Arc, and be personable and friendly.
Time Requirements: 2-10 hours per month
Orientation: Brief orientation on the organization and volunteer policies and procedures.
Training: None required.
Benefits: Be a part of a diverse and supportive community! Join a team of people supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Volunteers will have the opportunity to expand their network, develop friendships and make a big difference in the lives of those we support in the community.
Evaluation and Reporting Procedures: Volunteers will receive annual evaluations, as well as at any point where it is necessary. Volunteers will report to the Volunteer Coordinator and the directed staff that they are working with. Volunteers will follow policy in the volunteer handbook on any grievance issues.
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