Volunteer with the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
DORS vision is that the State of Maryland is the best place in our nation for persons with disabilities to live, work and raise a family and individuals with disabilities are welcome, fully included and actively participate in all Maryland communities. The mission of DORS is to provide leadership and support in promoting the employment, economic self-sufficiency and independence of individuals with disabilities.
Help the team in the field with clerical duties including, but not limited to:
Electronic and paper filing
Scanning, shredding and copying
Attaching files in a database
Database management and quality assurance
Using Word, Excel, Email and the internet to process work
Desired skills needed:
Excellent customer service
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Organization and multi-tasking ability
Attention to detail
Able to show patience and empathy
Computer experience with Word, Excel, email and the internet
Must be at least 18 years of age
4 hour shifts desired but we are flexible and will work with your schedule
The DORS office is looking for volunteers to contribute during the hours of 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday.
Interested? Please complete the application on the Division of Rehabilitation Services Volunteer Page at
Or you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.554.9288.
Thank you for considering a volunteer opportunity with DORS!
The Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) offers programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work. The mission of the DORS is to provide leadership and support in promoting the employment, economic self-sufficiency and independence of individuals with disabilities.
DORS is an agency of the Maryland State Department of Education. The public VR program includes:
The Office of Field Services, which prepares people with disabilities to go to work or helps them to stay on the job. Rehabilitation counselors in offices throughout Maryland provide or arrange for services that may include career counseling, assistive technology, vocational training and/or job placement assistance.
The Office for Blindness & Vision Services (OBVS), which specializes in helping people whose primary disability is blindness or vision loss go to work and stay independent. The office also oversees the Maryland Business Enterprise Program for the Blind.
The Workforce & Technology Center (WTC), a comprehensive rehabilitation facility in northeast Baltimore which offers career assessment services, career and skills training, job placement assistance, assistive technology services and other medical and support services.
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
300 E. Joppa RoadSuite 408Towson, MD21286
February 28, 2020
4-6 hours a day, monday through friday, flexible schedules