Puentes de Salud: Summer Volunteers

Puentes de Salud promotes the health and wellness of Philadelphia’s rapidly growing Latino immigrant population through health care, education, and community building initiatives. The Puentes Education branch serves youth ages 3-18 and their families through year-round, out-of-school-time programming.


We are currently in need of volunteers for our elementary school summer programming this Summer 2019. For more information about positions, please see our Summer Camp Volunteer Application and apply as soon as possible, by March 17th. Email education@puentesdesalud.org with questions.

Drueding Center

Spanish-speaking  students to volunteer/intern at the Drueding Center (near 4th and Master Sts.—not far from Temple) especially on Tuesdays from 9-12noon.  If Tuesdays don’t work, then Thursdays from 3:30-6:30 would also work.  The majority of pantry guests who speak Spanish are coming in on Tuesdays.


Please contact:

Tanya Thampi Sen, MPH, RD
Community Nutrition Program Manager
Coalition Against Hunger
215-430-0555 ext. 101
tsen@hungercoalition.org | www.hungercoalition.org

Centro Hispano Valley – Spanish-speaking volunteers needed in Bethlehem

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Volunteers needed in the food pantry, senior center, WIC program, community empowerment.


Amanda Lumley
Senior Center Coordinator
Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley
Phone: 610-868-7800 ext. 227
Fax: 610-868-4096
Visit our website at www.hclv.org

Puentes de Salud Education Volunteers

Puentes de Salud promotes the health and wellness of Philadelphia’s rapidly growing Latino immigrant population through health care, education, and community building initiatives. The Puentes Education branch serves youth ages 3-18 and their families through year-round, out-of-school-time programming.

We are now accepting volunteers for the 2018-19 school year across all youth programs. For more information about positions, please see our volunteer application and apply by September 5th.

Puentes de Salud – Education Volunteer Application

We look forward to hearing from you!


The Puentes Education Team

Petey Greene Volunteer Positions – Spanish speakers encouraged


Thanks much for your interest in the Petey Greene Program! To learn more, you can  check out the Petey Greene Program website. If you’re ready to apply you can submit your application at the bottom of that page, or by clicking here. If you have any questions that aren’t answered on the website, please reach out to philly@peteygreene.org.

Volunteer at Temple University Hospital – At Your Service Volunteer Intern Program

The At Your Service Volunteer Intern Program at Temple University Hospital provides non-clinical learning opportunities to undergraduate students. Students will engage in proactive non-clinical rounding on inpatient and outpatient units as well as greeting and assisting visitors at our concierge desk and throughout the hospital. The At Your Service Volunteer Intern Program partners with the Patient Experience Department to enhance the experience for patients and visitors while gaining familiarity working in a hospital setting.
“At Your Service” Intern Program:


To provide patients and visitors a positive experience during their visit by offering a variety of hospitality services both at the Guest Relations Desk and while proactively rounding to meet and exceed patient expectations.


Proactively round on assigned units daily. Check on comfort level of patients and ensure patients and families are having a positive experience. Communicate with Guest Relations supervisor and unit staff serious concerns from patients.

Assist patients with hospitality services and information including: hotel and restaurant reservations, taxi services, directions, business services (faxing, copying, scanning), wireless internet access, notary services, gift and entertainment delivery and other requests as needed.


Please commit at least 6 hours/week on a consistent basis. 75 hours required for a letter of recommendation.

The Guest Relations Desk is open: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Weekends Noon-4pm.

Physical Requirements, Physical Demands and Work Environment:

Frequent walking > 10 minutes/hour

Frequent sitting > 30 min/hour

Frequent Standing > 10mins

Occasional lifting > 5 lbs


Verbal communication

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. To request an accommodation, contact Human Resources. TUHS is committed to compliance with federal, state, and local laws regarding individuals with disabilities.

Link: http://tuh.templehealth.org/content/volunteer.htm

Mighty Writers Volunteer Opportunities


Mighty Writers

If you love writing and want to share that love with young people in Philadelphia, we have a volunteer opportunity that is right for you.

Our Mighty volunteers (over 300 every year!) are Philadelphia writers, playwrights, filmmakers, artists and professionals. We all have three things in common: compassion, patience and a willingness to learn from our students.

Below, you’ll find a brief overview of the opportunities available. To learn more, click on the appropriate links below or to the top left of your screen. Join us!

Mighty Tutors work in the Mighty Writers Academy from 3-6pm, Monday through Thursday from September to June. You’ll help students in grades 3-8 with homework and writing activities. New tutors must commit to one day per week for six months. This program runs during the school year only.

Mighty Mentors work one-on-one with young people in grades 4-12. You’ll meet with the same student for one 90-minute session every week for at least six months. Current mentor projects include epic alternate-future stories, collections of rap and poetry, and college application essays.

Workshop Leaders work with our program director to develop short- and long-term writing workshop curricula for students (ages 5-18). Some of our hottest workshops have included: Winter Weather Watch (ages 5-7), Comic Madness (ages 9-12) and Sportswriting (ages 13+). What’s your workshop idea?

Mighty Interns are college students and recent grads who work with Mighty Writers for one semester. As an intern, you’ll tutor, write copy, edit, learn about nonprofit administration and play a vital role in our day-to-day operations. Many Mighty interns stay on to tutor after their internships have ended.

*All volunteers are required to complete standard security clearances.