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Supervisor Spotlight: 


Marissa Graff, Citizenship Instructor

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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.


ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES

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

Youth Tutoring and Mentoring: Help program staff with creating a fun, safe learning environment that reflects the diverse backgrounds of the participating youth by providing assistance, mentorship, and encouragement to students.
Burndale & Firwood Circle (Auburn)
Seola Gardens (White Center)

Preschool Classroom Assistants: Assist in creating a safe, nurturing, and fun learning environment for children aged 3-5.
Rainier Vista
New Holly
High Point (West Seattle)
Yesler Terrace (First Hill)

Kitchen Assistant
: Contribute to the health and nutrition of preschool-aged children by assisting with the preparation and serving of meals and snacks for students.
New Holly

Front Desk Reception: Assist a diverse group of clients, community members, staff, volunteers, and more with phone calls, administrative tasks, and directing people where to go. 
Yesler Terrace (First Hill)

Citizenship Tutor: Assist students in preparation for the citizenship test. Topics include government, civics, and basic English language and conversation. 
Birch Creek (Kent)

ADS Administrative Assistant: Work directly with clients and Neighborhood House staff to provide general program assistance with administrative tasks, researching client resources, and shadowing Case Managers and support staff in both office and field settings.
We are currently looking for volunteers who are bilingual in English, Amharic, and/or Oromo.
Tukwila


EVENTS
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.  

  • Fall and winter events coming soon!


To learn more about applying to volunteer at Neighborhood House, please read Volunteering at Neighborhood House or contact Volunteer Services Manager Janelle Losse at 206-461-8430, ext. 2006 or by e-mail a janellel@nhwa.org.