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Volunteers are needed to gather data in measuring the operation of the model airport facility’s daily use. This information will help us understand the Aeromodel club member's needs which will be used to determine best practices in the field for conservation of the habitat in which many species of concern live and forage. The club's flying field is located NW of the Boulder Reservoir's main entrance gate on 55th street. No experience necessary.
The commitment is for a minimum of one hour of survey time per shift, twice a month. Surveys will be performed three times during each one hour shift.
For more information on the Boulder Aeromodeling Society http://www.boulderaero.org/
We are looking for caring volunteers who enjoy playing with children ages 6 months to 9 years to join our childcare program. Perks include a discount on a recreation center pass. All childcare volunteer applicants are screened and go through a background check. Location: North Boulder Recreation Center and East Boulder Community Center
Commitment: One 2-hour shift per week.
Apply online to become a volunteer.
Established in 1870, Columbia Cemetery was the first permanent cemetery in the City of Boulder, Colorado. Situated on 10.5 acres at Ninth and Pleasant Streets, the cemetery is a virtual ""Whos Who"" of early Boulder--a historic, cultural, and artistic resource containing the remains of many of our citys founders and pioneers. In 1999, a cadre of professionally trained volunteers-the Columbia Cemetery Conservation Corps-was established to assist with simple grave marker repair and conservation tasks. The group has spent thousands of hours documenting, cleaning, and resetting the markers, landscaping, providing educational outreach, and performing minor repairs. Some of their skills and accomplishments include: Proper grave marker condition assessment and documentation Appropriate cleaning techniques for grave markers Safe use of appropriate equipment for moving and setting grave markers Proper excavation techniques for partially buried grave markers Resetting unstable grave markers Trimming/pruning of vegetation Research on persons buried in Columbia Cemetery Public education and outreach Photographic documentation of the grave markers and conservation work
Volunteers are a vital part of the EXPAND Program. There is no need for previous experience working with people with disabilities to volunteer with EXPAND.This program matches volunteers with people with disabilities. From swimming, to bowling, to gymnastics there are numerous opportunities for volunteer and participants to work together and gain valuable experience integrating their worlds. Our volunteers are people who appreciate recreation and leisure activities and enjoy working with people. EXPAND believes that training our volunteers is a crucial part of providing a positive experience. The variety of people who volunteer for EXPAND are diverse and unique as the participants we serve and the activities we provide. Recreation and leisure opportunities benefit volunteers, staff and participants.
Park Partners are businesses, clubs, schools, scout groups and religious organizations that commit to volunteer for at least one Boulder Parks and Recreation project annually. Park Partners have first pick on Volunteer Projects ensuring the projects align with your organization's values or goals. Each Park Partner project is recognized on Boulder Parks and Recreation’s social media outlets - Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and your organizations website is provided a link on www.BPRvolunteer.org.
A minimum of One Volunteer Project per year.
Social Media volunteers will work closely with Parks and Recreation's Marketing team to take high-quality images and short videos of Boulder parks and Recreation events, programs, and facilities. Volunteers must have experience capturing appealing outdoor photography, creating and editing photography for social media use, comfort approaching subjects to request permission to photograph. Photography equipment is required for this position.
This volunteer position is driven by the time the volunteer can commit to the position, so the commitment is flexible. The volunteers and staff will work to create a feasible commitment level for the volunteer.
Community members with minimum high school or college level experience playing a sport will host coaching sessions with high school and/or middle school students from underrepresented communities participating in the “Heathier Together” Program. Volunteer Coaches will be expected to interview with Youth Services Initiative (YSI) staff to determine if their experience, skills, and schedule will match with the program schedule and goals.
Time commitment will depend upon the availability of the volunteer and the needs of the program. Final commitment will be determined after the group meets with the volunteer.