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Service Learning & Volunteer Opportunities

The Center for Service Learning has communicated with the following agencies and programs to identify service learning and volunteer opportunities for faculty, students and staff.  

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1st Heartbreak Inc.

We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization our purpose is to provide the girls with the support they need to break the cycle of …

We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization our purpose is to provide the girls with the support they need to break the cycle of Daddyless Daughters.To create a new pathway in life- with a positive image of self love, understanding their self worth, building self-esteem and developing "Girls of Worth."  We provide education by giving free lectures, seminars, and enrichment in schools, libraries,and other public venues as well as using Social Media Channels as well as the Organization's website to provide facts, statistics, and other related data on causes, current effort, and solutions to provide training, education, support, and skills to promote self worth, training, and enrichment opportunities. 
We service fatherless girls age 8-18.  Student tasks include Mentors, Tutors, Fundraising, and Special Events. 

Address:6028 Cedar Glen Dr. Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Contact Person:Shayla Nash, President
Telephone:682-561-0057
Email:1stheartbreakinc@gmail.com
Website:http://www.1stheartbreakinc.org

Aberg Center for Literacy

Aberg Center for Literacy’s mission is to build richer lives, stronger families, and better communities through programs in English fluency, Spanish and English GED preparation, …

Aberg Center for Literacy’s mission is to build richer lives, stronger families, and better communities through programs in English fluency, Spanish and English GED preparation, early childhood education and family literacy. This is accomplished by having the adults take classes Monday-Thursday from 9-12 pm, during the school year. If the student has a preschool child, then childcare is provided during that time. The teachers follow a curriculum to help ensure that the children will be prepared for their time to attend school. The parents commit to come to school to read to their child for 30 minutes each day and attend a weekly class to learn how they can be the best educator for their child.

Service Needs
Preschool Book Drives

Address: 5100 Ross Ave, Dallas, 75206
Contact Person:Brendan Alexander, Program Manager
Telephone: (214) 826-6501×103, cell 214-994-3763
Email: balexander@abergcenter.org
Website:http://www.abergcenter.org

AIDS Interfaith Network, Inc. — Dallas

AIDS Interfaith Dallas is a multicultural, community-based, non-profit service organization whose programs are designed to meet the practical, emotional, and spiritual needs of persons living …

AIDS Interfaith Dallas is a multicultural, community-based, non-profit service organization whose programs are designed to meet the practical, emotional, and spiritual needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS. The program provides services for persons living with HIV/AIDS, gives support to the people who care for them, and educates people who are at-risk in order to intervene in the spread of HIV. A 30 minute Volunteer intake and briefing required. Intakes are scheduled anytime Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. We make VOLUNTEERING EASY!

Address:501 N. Stemmons, Suite 200, Dallas, TX 75207
Contact Person:Steven Pace
Telephone:(214) 943-4444
Email:space@aidsinterfaithnetwork.org
Website:http://www.aidsinterfaithnetwork.org

AIDS Outreach Center

AIDS Outreach Center (AOC) is the largest AIDS Service Organization in Tarrant and eight surrounding rural counties educating the public about HIV/AIDS, providing social services, …

AIDS Outreach Center (AOC) is the largest AIDS Service Organization in Tarrant and eight surrounding rural counties educating the public about HIV/AIDS, providing social services, and acting as the voice of men, women and children living with HIV. AOC offers the greater community and people with HIV the following programs: HIV Prevention and Community Education, Medical Case and Treatment Management, Mental Health Counseling, Nutritional Support and Nutritional Counseling, Legal Services, Health Insurance Assistance, Housing and Transportation Assistance, Group Support, and Youth Services. Case management services are also provided to assist clients in obtaining resources and services to meet critical social needs not met by AOC by helping clients to have sufficient services to live safe, healthy, and more independent lives. Volunteers will need to fill out an application, have a background check done, and attend HIV orientation.

Address: 400 N. Beach Street, Fort Worth, TX 76111
Contact Person:Randall Gentry
Telephone: (817) 916-5210
Email:randallg@aoc.org
Website:http://www.aoc.org

Alliance for Children

Alliance for Children provides services to physically and sexually abused children and their families. Other services provided include: medical assessment, referrals to community resources, and …

Alliance for Children provides services to physically and sexually abused children and their families. Other services provided include: medical assessment, referrals to community resources, and a safe supportive place for child victims to be interviewed and receive counseling. Three Tarrant County locations:  Fort Worth, Arlington, and Hurst.  Volunteers must: Complete Volunteer Application and Background Checks, Complete Interview with the Volunteer Coordinator, Complete Stewards of Children Training, and Complete Kids Crew Training.

Address: 908 Southland Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104
Contact Person: Courtney Garrison
Telephone:(817) 348-1101
Email: cgarrison@allianceforchildren.org
Website:http://www.allianceforchildren.org

Alzheimer’s Association of North Central Texas

The Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Alzheimer patients and their families through support programs, education, public …

The Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Alzheimer patients and their families through support programs, education, public awareness, advocacy and research. Our case management program provides help for clients to make informed decisions concerning care and help arrange services needed by the client. Other services include the telephone help-line, monthly education programs, information and referral, and Medic Alert +Safe Return program, which is an identification program for patients who wander and become lost.

Volunteer training is required in some areas.

Address: 2630 W. Freeway, Ste. 100, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Contact Person: Shelly Young
Telephone: (817) 336-4949
Email: shelly.young@alz.org
Website:http://www.alz.org/northcentraltexas

American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives …

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service. Volunteer training required.  Locations in Arlington and Fort Worth.

Address: 3301 West Freeway, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Contact Person:Cristie King, Sr. Representative, Community Engagement
Telephone:(817) 570-0621
Email:cristie.king@cancer.org
Website:http://www.cancer.org

American Lung Association

The American Lung Association helps fight lung disease and promotes lung health education, asthma education, smoking prevention, community services, advocacy, research, public information and referral, …

The American Lung Association helps fight lung disease and promotes lung health education, asthma education, smoking prevention, community services, advocacy, research, public information and referral, and fund raising. Volunteers needed to help with smoking prevention education, camps, and special events. Volunteer training required. 

Email: inquiries@breathehealthy.org

Address:1341 W. Mockingbird Lane Suite 950W, Dallas, TX 75247
Contact Person:
Telephone: (214) 631-5864
Email:bpfeifer@lungs.org
Website:http://www.lung.org/associations/charters/southwest

Arbrook Plaza

We are a skilled nursing facility offering both post-acute and long term care. We currently have about 100 residents. Primarily we need help providing activities …

We are a skilled nursing facility offering both post-acute and long term care.  We currently have about 100 residents.

Primarily we need help providing activities for our residents.  This can range from calling bingo to leading a class in painting, or writing, or any number of things that a student is passionate about and wants to share.

Calling bingo

Playing word games

Leading singing

Conducting a class

Listening to someone's life story

Open to other suggestions

Address:401 West Arbrook, Arlington, Texas 76014
Contact Person:David Rhodes, Administrator
Telephone:817-909-1187
Email:david.rhodes@healthmarkgroup.com
Website:http://www.arbrookplaza.com

Arlington Goodtimes Chorus

The Goodtimes Chorus is a Men’s a cappella Chorus. We’ve been around since 1962, spreading four part harmony and good times in the Dallas/Fort Worth …

The Goodtimes Chorus is a Men’s a cappella Chorus. We’ve been around since 1962, spreading four part harmony and good times in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. We welcome men who would like to sing. It is not necessary to have a wonderful voice (although that would be nice) or to have years of choral experience. You should be enthusiastic and able to carry a tune. No training is required.

The Chorus meets every Tuesday from 7:00 p.m. until 10 p.m. Epworth United Methodist Church, 1400 S. Cooper (behind the Starbucks). VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!

Service Needs
All non-singing aspects of our show concerts.

Also looking for male singers.

What tasks are available for student work?
We need students to assist us in all non-singing aspects of our musical productions, including advertising graphics stage manager, sound system operation, video and audio recording, ushers, script writing, prop and scenery development, etc.

We could use an assistant to help us with choreography, website design, and public relations.
Address:P.O. Box 1522, Arlington TX 76004-1522
Contact Person: Gil Carrick, Board Member
Telephone: (817) 994-9213
Email: gtchorus@gmail.com
Website:http://goodtimeschorus.org/
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