Your support matters. Your time matters. At OIC, our donors and volunteers make our success stories a reality. If you are ready to help make a difference in the lives of our students, now is the time.
Would you like to make a difference for an adult learner? Do you have skills or knowledge that you are willing to share? Could you spend a few hours a week teaching, helping someone learn, or mentoring? If so, the OIC Volunteer Program can match your skills with the needs of adult learners.
Volunteers are people who give their time, talents, and knowledge to help others.
Volunteers are needed at all OIC sites. OIC volunteers work closely with professional educators in learning centers, libraries, housing developments, and community centers.
Other volunteer opportunities are available. Our volunteer coordinator will work with you to match your skills and interests to the OIC program.
Volunteers must participate in training. The volunteer coordinator will provide an overview of the OIC program, its philosophy and goals, an overview of the volunteer opportunities available, specific training on the responsibilities of being a volunteer, and, most important, the theories of adult learning. Volunteer training can usually be completed in two hours or less.
To begin, please fill out our online volunteer form. If you have any questions, please contact Annette by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 717-238-7318.
Tri-County OIC is a community-based, non-profit, Federal, State, local, foundation and supporter funded organization, which is part of a greater nationwide alliance of OIC’s.
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