Volunteer

Volunteers play a critical role at Neighborhood House, helping us help immigrants, refugees, and low-income people overcome the challenges they face in everyday life. Our volunteers also enjoy a supportive workplace, satisfying work, and hands-on experience.

In-Person Ongoing Opportunities

Ongoing, regular volunteer opportunities allow you to build relationships with Neighborhood House staff, volunteers, and community members, while making a difference.

Youth Tutor/Mentor Needed.

Neighborhood House collaborates with diverse individuals and families to build community and achieve their goals for health, education and self-sufficiency. At Neighborhood House, we have a deep commitment to valuing our employees’, volunteers’, and clients’ diverse experiences and backgrounds, which guide our work for a more equitable future.

The After-School Tutoring Program is designed to contribute to students’ overall academic achievement by providing students with personalized homework assistance and engaging them in activities to further develop their academic and social skills. The program serves students aged K-12th grade.

Burndale Community Center-Auburn

Firwood Circle-Auburn

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Administrative Assistant

Neighborhood House partners with diverse individuals and families to build community and achieve their goals for health, education and self-sufficiency.
This position plays a critical role in customer relations, client services, directing clients and visitors, managing agency communications, and assisting the admin team with administrative projects.

High Point 

Greenbridge 

New Holly

Neighborhood House MLK Day of Service

Join Neighborhood House this MLK Day-January 15th 2024 as we come together to build a Beloved Community through unity, service, and transformation. Let’s honor Dr. King’s legacy by working toward a more just and equitable society, where everyone is valued and respected, regardless of their race, ability, religion, or background. By participating in service projects, we can bridge divides, heal wounds, and create lasting change that will benefit our communities for years to come

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Virtual/Remote Ongoing Opportunities

Ongoing, regular volunteer opportunities allow you to build relationships with Neighborhood House staff, volunteers, and community members, while making a difference.

Citizenship Class Volunteer Needed

Founded in 1906, Neighborhood House is one of the oldest human services agencies in the Seattle region. Today, we continue to provide services to address the needs of entire families, with a focus on low-income community members, public housing residents, immigrants, and refugees. We serve thousands of people annually in King County through our major program areas of early childhood education, youth development, employment and adult education, housing stability, aging and disability services, and community health.

We’re looking for volunteers who are passionate about helping and assisting refugees and immigrant clients/families practice and learn the citizenship test. Volunteer need to be patient, have the skills to multitask, ability to know about the citizenship test and ability to work with diverse individuals from various backgrounds.

This volunteer opportunity will be in a classroom setting, you will assist people virtually and in-person as well. You will do one-on-one support as well as large class support.

Volunteer Description

Location: Greenbridge

Language Bank

Translate program flyers, in writing, on an as-needed basis. Both professional translators and individuals fluent in English and another language are welcome to apply. High-needs languages include Arabic, Farsi, Tigrinya, Oromo, Amharic, Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Remote

Events & One-Time Opportunities

Event volunteering allows you to make an impact in one day, or even a few hours, of helping to provide enrichment, resources, and FUN! to our local communities.

When we find new homes for our families to move into, we like to provide them with a starter kit of supplies, such as dish soap, towels, trashcans, cleaning products, etc. We are looking for a partner who is willing to acquire supplies and assemble the welcome baskets for newly housed families.

Various

 

Site Clean-up

Neighborhood House is dedicated to welcoming families, clients and funders to clean and functional areas. With your help, we ensure we keep that promise, this volunteer opportunity you will be helping various sites clean inside and outside so we can welcome families to a clean and inviting spaces.

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Not sure what to volunteer for?

Do you have a specialty skill or profession that you would like to use to make a difference? Fill out a volunteer inquiry form with your skills and interest. Our Volunteer Engagement Manager will reach out!

Inquiry Form

Opportunities with Partner Organizations

Youth Tutoring at High Point

Digital Literacy Instructor

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COVID-19 Safety

Face Covering Protocol for Volunteers
Face coverings and masks are not required but encouraged and recommended for volunteers, visitors, staff, and clients.

To learn more about applying to volunteer at Neighborhood House, please read Volunteering at Neighborhood House or contact Volunteer Engagement 206-461-8430 or by e-mail at munaa@nhwa.org.