The Community Builder is proud to be an Official Certifying Organization for the President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA).
VOLUNTEER AT THE COMMUNITY BUILDER
Looking for a way to...
- Put your talents to use and share them with others
- Get involved in the building communities
- Meet people and make some new friends
- Give it forward and make a difference
We have volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups, with a wide range of activities to assist disadvantaged individuals and families in the community.
COMMUNITY RESOURE CENTER
- Basic computer skills training
- Assist job seekers with online job searching
- Writing resumes and cover letters
- Submitting and posting resumes
- Filling out forms
- Locating information and services available
TCB THRIFT STORE
While volunteering, typical tasks might include: sorting donations, tagging merchandise, hanging clothing, stocking shelves and racks, straightening and organizing the sales floor, cleaning and basic repairs of items.
ADMINISTRATIVE / OFFICE
Various tasks, data entry, mailings, etc..
Writing Grant Proposals
Social Media Markeeting
GIVE HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Host a donation drive
Sorting, wrapping and delivering gifts to families in need.
We also assist students and individuals in need of community service hours. We can work with your schedule to help you find a fulfilling place to give back to the community.
Become a Volunteer click here to start making a difference today!
Volunteering a Pathway to Employment
New Study Finds that Volunteering Increases Likelihood of Finding a Job
Federal research finds unemployed individuals who volunteer are 27% more likely to find work than non-volunteers.
- Volunteers without a high school diploma have a 51 percent higher likelihood of finding employment
- Volunteers living in rural areas have a 55 percent higher likelihood of finding employment
- CNCS also found that volunteering is associated with an increased likelihood of finding employment for all volunteers regardless of a person’s gender, age, ethnicity, geographical area, or the job market conditions.
- For the Out of Work: Consider volunteering while looking for work to build skills and personal networks.
Report sponsored jointly by Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the U.S. Census Bureau, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics