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Volunteer in Denver – Lend a Hand at Goodwill Denver
Interested in volunteering? Click here for our Volunteer Calendar to choose a time that is convenient for you.
Helping hands make our world go round here at Goodwill Denver, and if you're looking for ways to volunteer in Denver, we'd love to help you learn more. And don't worry – there are many ways to lend your support to Goodwill and the community all around the city of Denver.
How Much Time Does it Take to Be A Goodwill Denver Volunteer?
We're grateful that you're considering becoming a Denver volunteer for Goodwill and our various programs. Your time commitment can be as little as one once a semester or as often as once a week. Curious about our youth mentoring programs? Denver area residents can give vital support to area high school youth in their free time. Please call 303-238-2952 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to let us know how YOU want to share YOUR good with the Denver community!
What Kind of Things Can I Do as a Goodwill Volunteer?
No matter your passion, we have something you'll be great at – here's a list of the varying youth volunteer opportunities we have throughout the city. Register now!
Join our youth mentoring programs.
Denver Goodwill coordinates the opportunity for you to mentor teens and help them realize their potential and how to leverage their strengths in the real world. Build job skills, set education and career goals, explore future opportunities and prepare them for life after high school. Learn about all of our different mentoring opportunities here.
Share your story of success in the classroom and motivate teens about the exciting possibilities within your career in our youth mentoring programs. Denver Goodwill sponsors these programs in 30 area high schools.
College panels give current college students the opportunity to share their collegiate experience with high school students in order to motivate teens about the exciting possibilities that exist for those pursuing a college education. We get invaluable assistance from those who volunteer for our mentoring programs – Denver has 30 locations to fit your schedule, location and needs.
Help students gain the confidence they need along with valuable interviewing skills that will prepare them for both post-secondary interviews (colleges/scholarships) and actual job interviews.
Share your education, work and life experiences in a high school classroom and help our youth understand how to navigate and take advantage of the many possibilities life offers. Get them excited about their future!
Our classes have been preparing resumes to begin the job or internship search. Volunteers work with students one-on-one in a classroom setting to provide resume feedback and tips for improvement.
I work for a corporation and several of my co-workers would like to volunteer. Do you offer opportunities to volunteer as a group?
Yes! Volunteering as a group is a great team-building experience. To learn more about group volunteer opportunities, click here.