Computer Resource Center
Support Transition Projects residents as they use the Resource Center to work toward employment, housing, or educational goals. Supervise the center, teach basic computer skills and assist the residents as needed. Requires a two hour a week commitment.
Working with Transition Projects staff, you can help our clients access essential services, such as showers, restrooms, laundry facilities and access to donated clothing. As part of our expanded day center, the Hygiene Center is open weekdays, from 7:00 a.m. to 2 p.m., as well as weekends, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Employment Forum Facilitator
The Employment Forums are a series of four two-hour workshops with an established curriculum designed to support our residents as they seek employment. Through these forums, participants learn to locate available jobs, market themselves and make a good impression throughout the job searching process. The class size is anywhere from five to ten individuals. Requires a minimum two hour a month commitment.
Each season brings different needs. In the winter, we need assistance with our Coat and Blanket Drive; in the spring, we need assistance with our Hygiene Drive. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator to determine our current seasonal volunteer needs.
Create your Own Activity
Many people have ideas, talents, or skills they want to share: haircuts, massage, yoga, chess, etc. What's yours? Come in and share it with the men and women living in one of our residential programs. Come once or come regularly... it's up to you!
Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator via e-mail or by calling 503.280.4741 to get involved in these volunteer opportunities.