Volunteer Life and Computer Skills Instructors Needed - Veterans Resource Center
Mesa United Way
Mesa Veterans Resource Center offers a variety of services to veterans and their families in the East Valley. We believe in a holistic approach to serving our veterans in order to promote their resilience and well-being. That is why in addition to our regular offerings such as veterans benefits assistance and emergency resources, we'd like to offer useful life skills classes. These classes will help veterans of all ages be more successful in areas they may be struggling in.
We're looking for motivated volunteers to lead these life skills classes for veterans at the MVRC. These events will include computer skills classes, financial readiness classes, and more. Many older veterans struggle with using technology. With many things becoming virtual due to the current COVID-19 situation, these individuals are at a significant disadvantage. You can help these veterans by helping them learn the basics of using a computer and the internet. Even younger individuals may benefit from a better understanding of programs like Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel. You can share your knowledge and help these veterans excel in their careers and life.
We are also open to providing other useful classes such as financial readiness, disaster preparedness, etc. If you have a specialty you'd like to share with our community's veterans, please reach out to us and let's see what we can do together.
To maintain the safety of everyone involved, the CDC's social distancing guidelines will be maintained. Attendance will be limited to 3-5 students and facial coverings will be required. Each class will be conducted once or twice a month. Hours and schedules will be worked out with the volunteer instructor.
About Mesa United Way
137 East University, Mesa, AZ 85201, US
Through our volunteer program we hope to connect individuals who desire to serve in the community with the opportunities that are available. HELENS HOPE CHEST helps foster children with their basic needs, giving children a similar experience of shopping in a consignment store. although the clothing is gently used, children in foster care are given the opportunity to select styles and colors they like. 16 individual rooms accommodate the basic needs of infants,toddlers,children, teens and young adults transitioning out of foster care. MESA VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER provides comprehensive support services to veterans and their families. The MVRC provides resources and referrals to assist in various areas including benefits claims, employment, mental health, and homelessness.
Helens Hope Chest is opened Mon - Fri 8 -5 with the occasional Saturday. Our volunteers must respect the privacy of these delicate children.
We are looking for caring,reliable volunteers willing to commit to at least a year of service a minimum of 4 hours per week or more.
Mesa Veterans Resource Center is open Mon - Fri 8-4. We are looking for ongoing volunteers that can commit at least an hour a month.