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One-Time Volunteer Events
Make an Impact in Your Community!
Many of our community partners put on events throughout the Phelps County area, and often need volunteers to help make their events successful! These are one-time volunteer opportunities that may involve helping to set up for an event, sell concessions, advertise, or otherwise help the event be successful.
If you are interested in volunteering for any of these events, please contact the community partner directly.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Event: Southern Cherokee Vintage Market
Date: April 5,6,7
Contact Person: Luce Myers
This is the second annual Southern Cherokee Vintage sale to raise money for a piece of land and building for a Cultural Center for a tribal group which has been in this region since just after the Civil War, with still no home of their own to celebrate and teach the culture to next generations and anyone who is interested in learning. The event is a building fund raiser.This event requires 2 days of onsite prep ( unloading boxes of donated items, setting up tables, pricing from the internet, manning tables and repacking at the end. ( 3 hr. blocks of time or more). Volunteer time slots: Thursday, April 5, 9-12; 12-3; 3-6; 6-8 Friday: 9-12am; 12-3;12-3;3-6; 6-8pm Saturday, April 7: 8-11am; or 9-12 12-3; 3-6;6-8 We truly appreciate any time you have, even if it does not fit exactly with this template!
Event: LIBRARIES ROCK! Summer Reading Program
Date: Fridays and Mondays in July
Contact Person: Kathie Cox
Phone: 417-932-4866 or 417-932-5261
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Our Summer Reading Program is a month-long event to encourage reading within our community and those surrounding us. Due to this year's theme being "LIBRARIES ROCK!", we would like to have someone from the S&T geology department come to present a program on rocks.
Event: Earth Day at Missouri S&T
Date: April 19th
Contact Person: Jillian Hunt
This event displays environmental engaging organizations, community members, and purpose filled fun. Earth Day is an annual celebration and this year the Missouri S&T ECO Miners are promoting the national campaign "A World Without Plastic Pollution" In response, Earth Day 2018 will focus on fundamentally changing human attitude and behavior about plastics and catalyzing a significant reduction in plastic pollution. We do this by engaging a variety of students ranging from elementary to college, as well as the faculty and staff of Missouri S&T. There will be booths, activities, prizes, displays, performances, and theatre entertainment. Volunteers are needed to help set-up tents and booths; Organize flow and direction as vendors arrive; Coordination with parking for buses and students; Guided walks to the Solar Village; And clean-up at the end of the event.
Location: Missouri S&T
For more volunteer opportunities, checkout our ongoing volunteer opportunities.