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Adapted Aquatics is a learn-to-swim program for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Volunteers will receive training to work one-on-one with participants in the water to strengthen and develop basic swim skills. Volunteers should be strong swimmers, be comfortable in the water and have a passion for working with others. Volunteers can pick one 40 minute class, or volutneer for all three classes. Adapted Swimming is on Sunday afternoons with seven week classes every quarter -- fall, winter, spring, summer. All volunteers MUST register via the DPR website: https://parks.arlingtonva.us/volunteer/.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
Volunteer Office, 300 N. Park Drive, Arlington, VA 22203, US
We work to make Arlington the happiest, healthiest place to live, work, and play through dynamic programs, attractive public spaces and collaborations that: Provide healthy and fun recreation, sport and leisure choices; cultivate, maintain and protect natural and cultural resources; and provide opportunities for creative expression.
DPR offers youth and adult sports leagues and instruction; wellness programs, afterschool recreation programs for youth, preschool programs, extensive network of recreational and wellness services for senior citizens, stewardship of public land (adopt-a-park, remove invasive plants, nature centers), and visual arts volunteer opportunties.
We'll work with your schedule.
5200 Yorktown Blvd.Yorktown High School PoolArlington, VA 22207
February 3, 2020