Volunteer Opportunities at the
Women's Resource Center
Receptionist - Answer phones, greet clients, help with client registration, and provide support to walk-in visitors.
General Administrative Support Volunteer - Provide assistance with general agency administrative tasks including program set-up, office organization, and event preparations.
Resource Information Assistant - Organize and stock our resource kiosk, ensuring that our clients have access to up-to-date information about community resources.
Speaker's Bureau - Represent the Center by speaking about our mission, programs, and services at a variety of community events (training required).
Floor Floater /Greeter - Welcome clients to the Center and assist them with their needs.
Community ResourceSpecialist. If you can listen without giving advice, keep your emotions under control during stressful situations, accept and appreciate women of diversity and respect confidentiality, then you may have what it takes to be a COMMUNITY RESOURCE SPECIALIST! See below for additional information or contact Gail Murphy, Director of Programs, at Gail@WomensCenterGSO.org or (336) 275-6090 Ext. 204.
Community Resource Specialist – Work one-on-one with community women to help provide support, encourage problem-solving, and offer resource referrals. Volunteers must meet criteria to participate (Minimum age 25 and Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred) and a 35-hour training course is required.
Resume Support – Assist clients working on resumes (with both content and design)
Program Evaluation - Conduct phone interviews with clients to determine program successes and to assure client's needs are met
Women To Work Facilitators – Provide Human Resource Development support for women actively seeking employment including resume support, interviewing techniques, career counseling, etc. (Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and background in group facilitation preferred)
Women To Work Mentors – Support women who have completed the Women To Work Program - Job Search Strategies for Success. Provide weekly support and encouragement to job-seeking individuals.. (Minimum age 25 and High School graduate preferred)
Community Education Workshops – The WRC is able to offer outstanding educational opportunities to our community thanks to the support of our volunteer facilitators. If you have expertise in an area related to financial, physical, emotional health, self- esteem, self-care, or other topics of interest for women we welcome your workshop proposal! Proposals are selected based on client and community needs. (Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and background in group facilitation preferred)
Thank you for your interest in our volunteer program! We rely on our large network of volunteers to support and enhance our programs and services. If you are interested in learning more about our volunteer opportunities, please contact Karen Jackson, Volunteer Coordinator #336-275-6090 or firstname.lastname@example.org