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1. 4 Directions Farm

Publications: 4directionsfarm.org

Address: 7388 Brandon Road
City: Shingle Springs State: CA Zip: 95682

Contact Person: Quynn Meyers-Keller
Contact's Position: Marketing and Outreach Manager
Phone: 9163379993
Email: qmeyers@4directionsfarm.org

Descriptions:

4 Directions Farm is a nonprofit vocational farm certified by the California State Department of Education. Our program is an agricultural and horticultural academy designed for students pursuing a high school education. We blend vocational opportunities with standardized curriculum to provide students an applied academic experience. Through our program, these individuals are able to participate in meaningful work that instills them with a sense of value. This motivating and stimulating alternative is facilitated in an outdoor natural environment to promote education in an applied setting. One of the program's most valuable outcomes for our students is an understanding of product development and marketable job skill sets. They are instilled with valuable vocational skills that they can carry for the rest of their lives, but more importantly, they are instilled with the power of self-worth and self-advocacy.

Description of Volunteer Service: Volunteers would assist students in farm tasks such as sheering alpacas, feeding/watering animals, planting crops, tending fields, and providing project suggestions based on student abilities. Please note that volunteers will be working with students with special needs.

Keywords: animals, youth

2. Asian Pacific Community Counseling

Publications: http://www.apccounseling.org/

Address: 7273 14th Avenue, Suite 120B
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95820

Contact Person: Sue Chow
Contact's Position: Clinical Program Manager
Phone: 9163836783
Email: info@apccounseling.org
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Descriptions: Asian Pacific Community Counseling utilizes a multicultural and multilingual framework in providing mental health counseling, youth diversion programs, tobacco and drug education, and community social services to the Asian Pacific Islander community in Sacramento County. Volunteers are needed to gather materials for workshops, fundraising events, youth activities and outreach programs. They will acquire knowledge of co-counseling and individual mental health counseling and will assist office administrative / clerical work. Bilingual students in the fields of psychology and sociology are preferred. Volunteers must show sensitivity to individuals from multi-ethnic communities and have the initiative to learn new tasks. Keywords: Mental Health, Counseling, Youth, outreach, health

3. BPSOS Center for Community Advancement, Inc.

Publications: https://www.bpsos.org/

Address: 13950 Milton Ave. Suite 301
City: Westminster State: CA Zip: 92683

Phone: 7148972214
Email: info@bpsos.org
Hours: Monday-Friday 830am-430pm

Descriptions: BPSOS, Inc. (Boat People SOS., Inc.) is the nations largest Vietnamese-American community organization, has deep roots in the community. Founded in 1980 as a volunteer group conducting rescue-at-sea missions during the boat people exodus, the organization has grown into a national network of 8 office locations across the U.S. and 2 locations in Southeast Asia.
BPSOS mission is to empower, organize and equip Vietnamese individuals and communities in their pursuit of liberty and dignity. BPSOS-CCA is the California affiliate of BPSOS, a national Vietnamese-American non-profit community-based organization with 37-year track record of service. BPSOSCCA has multiple programs, one of which provides a pathway to citizenship and low cost or pro bono legal services.
Keywords: cultural, outreach, legal, health, education, mentor/tutor

4. California State Parks

Publications: https://www.parks.ca.gov/

Address: 1416 9th Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9166539069
Email: Volunteer.inparksprogram@parks.ca.gov
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: Volunteers are vital to Californias State Parks. The first volunteers served over 100 years ago and worked hard to preserve our most treasured places, and teach the public about their value. Today, the program has grown to nearly 40,000 volunteers who donated over one million hours of time in 2013. They assist staff in countless ways, in nearly all of California's State Parks. Please consider volunteering today and be the difference tomorrow!

After identifying the district or park(s) in which you would like to work, please contact the district or park volunteer coordinator (information on the Volunteers in Parks Program Brochure, link on the top of this page) to ask about current volunteer opportunities and the address to which you should mail your completed application. You may apply to more than one park.

Describe on the application any relevant experience, education, talents, skills and interests you possess. Each park has its own needs and will be looking for volunteers with the ability to accomplish certain tasks. The more specific you are, the easier it will be for the coordinator to place you in a volunteer position that meets your needs as well as the parks.

If you would like to receive a volunteer packet, please contact (916) 653-9069 or Volunteer.inparksprogram@parks.ca.gov with your name and address.

Keywords: environment, cultural

5. Capitol Area Indian Resources, Incorporated

Publications: http://cair.us/

Address: 3423 Arden Way
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 958251223

Contact Person: Elena Tarango
Contact's Position: Program Coordinator
Phone: 9169719190
Email: cair@cair.us
Hours: M-F 10am-6pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: Academic and cultural enrichment activities for youth in grades K-12. Components include tutorial assistance, math and science activities, a library resource room and college motivation activities. Cultural activities include culture classes, field trips and cultural presentations. Encourages parent participation. Works with local schools, colleges and agencies to provide resources to its students and clients.

Volunteer tutors are assigned 1-2 students to tutor. Tutors are needed Monday through Friday as scheduled by tutor and parent. The volunteer will also help provide pre- and post-testing to determine academic level of tutored student.

Keyword: mentor/tutor, cultural

6. Center for Sacramento History

Publications: http://www.centerforsacramentohistory.org/

Address: 551 Sequoia Pacific Blvd.
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Contact Person: Leah Castro
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9168087072
Email: csh@cityofsacramento.org
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: Founded in 1953, the Center is funded by the City and County of Sacramento and is the repository and research center for the City and County historic collections. These collections are held in the public trust and reflect the many aspects of the social, political, geographic, and cultural history of the Sacramento region. Through a memorandum of understanding, the Center works with the nonprofit Sacramento History Alliance (SHA) to facilitate programming and exhibitions at the Sacramento History Museum (SHM). Volunteers and interns assist Center staff with a variety of projects. The Center seeks out committed volunteers with backgrounds or work experience in museums, libraries, or archives, and attempts to accept applications from all who wish to apply. Highly desirable skills for our volunteers include data entry, carpentry, graphic design, photography, and scanning. Our interns generally come from graduate programs in History, Public History, Library Sciences, and Museum Studies. Keywords: cultural, museum, archive, photography, data entry, graphic design

7. Centro Guadalupe Advocacy Program

Publications: http://sacramento.networkofcare.org/veterans/services/agency.aspx?pid=CentroGuadalupe_867_17_0

Address: 730 S Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Phone: 9164435367

Descriptions:

The Centro Guadeloupe Advocacy Program is a multi-service agency that serves primarily Hispanic families, women, and children in such areas as emergency food and shelter, counseling, translation, information and referral, and employment.

Volunteers are needed to assist with the "Community Pals" youth project for 7th - 11th grades which targets students from high risk environments; make periodic contact in person and over the phone with students; and help plan and implement activities.

This is a program that allows creative input. Volunteers should have a good rapport with young people and be understanding of problems facing students from high risk environments. The ability to speak Spanish is desirable. Volunteers work closely with a project coordinator.

Internships may be available.

Keywords: Hunger Homeless & Housing Cultural Youth Cmty Dev, women, emergency, counseling, mentor/tutor

8. Chapa-De Indian Health Program Inc.

Publications: https://chapa-de.org/

Address: 11670 Atwood Road
City: Auburn State: CA Zip: 95603

Phone: 5308872800

Descriptions:

Chapa-De was founded in 1974 after a study showed American Indians in California suffered from a higher incidence of diabetes, depression, and substance abuse. American Indians were also found to suffer from higher rates of infant mortality and have drastically shorter life expectancy rates. This study also revealed that American Indians had not had regular access to healthcare services, including basic dental care, since the 1950s.

These findings compelled a group of local American Indians to open Northern Sierra Indian Health, later to be renamed Chapa-De Indian Health. At that time, Chapa-De had one dental chair in a rented office space and our sole purpose was to provide care to the local American Indians in Placer, Nevada and Sierra counties.

Today Chapa-De operates two private, non-profit community health centers and is governed by an American Indian Board of Directors. The Board of Directors includes members of the United Auburn Indian Community, which is Chapa-Des supporting Tribe. Under UAICs authority, Chapa-De contracts with Indian Health Services (IHS) to provide no-cost or low-cost services and medications to verified American Indians and Alaska Natives from federally recognized tribes. We also now welcome low-income individuals and families.

Keywords: Environment Cultural Health Counseling

9. Clinica Tepati

Publications: http://clinicatepati.ucdavis.edu/

Address: 1820 J Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip:

Email: dr.tepati@gmail.com
Hours: 7 AM - 4 PM Every Saturday

Descriptions: Since 1974, Clinica Tepati has been a non-profit, student-run clinic that provides free primary health care services to the uninsured population of Sacramento and the surrounding area. The clinic was founded by a highly motivated group of Chicano/Latino students to address the need for culturally sensitive care for the undeserved population of Sacramento. Today, it continues to fulfill this mission through the dedication of UC Davis undergraduates, medical students and the generosity of physicians and supporters. Together we are able to care for over one thousand patients each year.

Keywords: health, student organizations

10. College Horizons/Cal-SOAP

Publications: http://www.scoe.net/

Address: PO Box 269003
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95826

Phone: 9162282500
Email: info@scoe.net
Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Descriptions: ???????The Sacramento Cal-SOAP Consortium is one of 15 projects of the California Student Opportunity Access Program, administered statewide by the California Student Aid Commission.

The Sacramento Cal-SOAP directly serves students in 55 elementary, middle, and high schools throughout Sacramento County. The project provides tutoring services to students in nearly 80 AVID classes and delivers a college and financial aid advising program to approximately 5,300 students in nine high schools.?

Keywords: cultural, mentor/tutor

11. Country Day Summer

Publications: https://www.saccds.org/country-day-summer

Address: 2636 Latham Drive
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95846

Contact Person: Adolfo Mercado
Contact's Position: Director
Phone: 9164818811
Email: jkronemeyer@saccds.org
Hours: M-F 9-6

Descriptions: "Summerbridge is about getting younger students into learning and older students into teaching." Sacramento Summerbridge is designed to assist talented, middle school age students to overcome cultural, economic, and educational barriers that place them educationally at risk and provides them with the opportunity to strengthen their academic skills so that they can enter and succeed in college prepatory classes when they reach high school. The program offers a rigorous six-week summer sessions where students attend classes taught by high school and college students. Students also attend year-round tutoring sessions where high school and college students volunteer as their tutors and mentors. Classes are small (4-7 students) and are focused on personal interaction and individual student initiation. Volunteer needs are as follows: -School year tutors are needed to work with students individually or in small groups. -Summerbridge is an AmeriCorps program, so volunteers may be hired as a Year-Round Teacher or Teaching Coordinator and receive a small living allowance and an educational grant toward college loans or graduate school -Teachers are needed during the summer--SUMMERBRIDGE WILL TRAIN YOU! A small living allowance is paid, but one receives the life time experience of being a full-time classroom teacher for six weeks. -Office and other types of help are always welcome. Keywords: mentor/tutor

12. County Council - Green Party of Yolo County

Publications: http://www.cagreens.org/county-parties/yolo

Address: PO BOX 72603
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95617

Contact Person: Sadie Fulton
Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 5307606819
Email: yolocogp@gmail.com; sadie.fulton@gmail.com

Descriptions:

We have a distinctive political ideology that stands alongside other ideologies, such as socialism, capitalism, liberalism, or communitarians. Ours is historically placed, new and still being written, and the fastest growing, worldwide movement seen in the second half of the 20th Century. It is scientifically supportable, not just a romantic utopian vision, and is relevant to all classes, all ideologies, and all nations of the world. The Green Party calls for a complete restructuring of social, cultural, and political life, especially in the developed countries. It seeks to broaden the ideological debate presented by the dominant political parties, who frame their arguments in terms of a linear capitalist system, to include a holistic systems approach to recourse allocation, waste reduction, and democratic principles. The Green Party stands in direct challenge to those who say there is no alternative to our current economic system. We believe if there is to be a future, it will have to be Green.

Keywords: organizations

13. Crocker Art Museum

Publications: https://www.crockerart.org/

Address: 216 O Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9168087000
Email: cam@crockerart.org
Hours: Tues-Sun 10AM-5PM, Thurs 10AM-9PM

Descriptions: The Crocker Art Museum features the worlds foremost display of California art and is renowned for its holdings of European master drawings and international ceramics. The Crocker serves as the primary regional resource for the study and appreciation of fine art and offers a diverse spectrum of exhibitions, events, and programs to augment its collections, including films, concerts, studio classes, lectures, childrens activities, and more.

The Museum has also dedicated the historic buildings entire first floor as an education center, which includes four classrooms, space for student and community exhibitions, the Gerald Hansen Library, and Tot Land. It is the only museum in the Sacramento region accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), a recognition given to fewer than 1,100 of the nation's 33,000 museums. AAM accreditation certifies that a museum operates according to standards set forth by the museum profession, manages its collections responsibly, and provides quality service to the public.

Keywords: cultural, art

14. Cross Cultural Center

Publications: http://ccc.ucdavis.edu/

Address: One Shields Avenue
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Michelle
Phone: 5307524287
Email: ccc@ucdavis.edu

Descriptions:

The Cross-Cultural Center (CCC) supports and advocates for the institutional goal of campus diversity. Our work fosters understanding of and appreciation for the cultures, traditions and histories reflected in the campus community. We sponsor multicultural arts and educational programs, symposia, workshops, seminars, lectures, exhibits and performances; develops and funds opportunities for undergraduates to enhance their leadership potential. The CCC serves as a community center for the students, faculty and staff at UC Davis. It provides a safe space for community members to explore themselves as well as learn about other races and cultures. We also have for public use an extensive library of reading materials by faculty and noted authors in the area of multiculturalism.

EVERYONE is welcome at the CCC!

Keywords: cultural

15. Davis Art Center

Publications: http://www.davisartcenter.org/

Address: 1919 F Street
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Phone: 5307564100Ex12
Email: info@davisartcenter.org
Hours: M-F, 9-3

Descriptions: Davis Art Center is a non-profit cultural center. Its services include: An exhibition gallery showing the work of regional and local artists. Group tours can be scheduled. Classes: art classes and workshops for all ages in drawing, painting, oil, acrylic, watercolor, weaving, ceramics, photography, theater, music, dance (jazz, tap, ballet, modern, Irish step dancing), and creative writing. See the current catalog for a complete schedule and more information. Performing Arts and Special Events: the center sponsors local drama, dance, and musical groups, and regularly schedules workshops, art lectures, concerts, and family festivals. Special events include the Holiday Arts and Craft Sale. There is a monthly reception for new artists in the Gallery. All events are open to the public. Volunteers are especially useful in two main areas: 1. Work in the Art Center office to help with class registration, phone calls, etc.2. Work with the Center's community events staff to help set up for receptions, sales, or gallery exhibits, etc. The Center provides training as necessary. Keywords: Recr Educ, recreation, cultural

16. Davis Farm to School

Publications: http://www.davisfarmtoschool.org/

Address: P.O. Box 1813
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95617

Contact's Position: Davis Farm to School Program Coordinator
Email: info@davisfarmtoschool.org

Descriptions: The mission of Davis Farm to School is to create an educational and cultural environment in our schools that connects food choices with personal health, community, farms, and land.

Founded in 2000, Davis Farm to School supports the Davis Joint Unified School District in their goals to provide farm and garden-based education, increase farm fresh foods in school meals, and reduce solid waste through recycling and composting programs.

Keywords: farm, school, food, education, health, community

17. Eco Volunteer UP

Publications: http://www.ecovolunteerup.org/

Address: Marsella E8-45 and Shyris
City: Quito State: Ecuador Zip: 5932

Contact Person: Maria Viteri
Contact's Position: Manager
Phone: 593998334489
Email: ecovolunteerup@ecovolunteerup.org
Hours: 8am-5pm

Descriptions: Eco Volunteer UP was founded 20 years ago. It is an Ecuadorian organization has a range of a volunteer programs located in Ecuador - South America. It provides volunteer work placements in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, Coast, Amazon, Galapagos and in the disappearing Cloud Forest. It works with orphanages, a disabled children's school, day care centers, hospital and is also involved in ecological projects to conserve the Ecuadorian forest. Ongoing volunteer projects include: Teaching English to the children and environmental education in cloud forest, Coast, Amazon, conservation project in cloud forest, Coast, Amazon and Galpagos, organic farm Galapagos, Cloud Forest and scientific research indifferent places, social projects as orphanage project, day care project, children with disabilities, Medical project in Quito. Spanish Language: The Spanish classes run from 20 hours to up over two weeks or more weeks. For beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. The students can make their own flexible schedule. We also provide Alternative Breaks, Summer Expeditions that includes volunteering and trips. Keywords: cultural, youth, health, international

18. El Hogar Mental Health and Community Service Center

Publications: http://www.elhogarinc.org/volunteers/

Address: 3780 Rosin Court, Suite 110
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95834

Phone: 9164410226
Email: info@elhogarinc.org
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm, W 8am-6pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: A multidisciplinary team of mental health care professionals providing culturally sensitive mental health services to seriously and persistently mentally ill clients. Services include medication supportive services, mental health supportive services, social rehabilitation groups, referrals and linkages in community. Keywords: mental health

19. English Teacher Training College

Publications: http://www.english-teacher-college.at/

Email: office@tet.academy

Descriptions:

The English Teacher Training College and Bilingual Classroom Initiative (ABCi) is a not-for-profit Austrian college with a dual mission: Firstly, as a college to provide a practical education in teacher training for Student Teachers from the English-speaking world based solely on the candidate's academic merit. Secondly, as a charity outreach, to promote language learning, cultural exchange and foster understanding between English-speaking countries and Austria by bringing hundreds of teachers from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, America, Canada, Northern Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia into Austrian classrooms to reach every child with a free English project by the year 2020.

Volunteer duties: Teaching young learners in Austrian schools, Applying the active learning approach to teaching children and youth the English language, Free accommodation, food vouchers and ground transportation provided

Keywords: teaching, abroad, education, teacher training, international

20. Forever Young Child Care Centers

Publications: http://www.foreveryoungchildcare.org

Address: 1209 P Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9164464246
Email: info@foreveryoungchildcare.org

Descriptions:

Small center for 20 infants. Childproof environment. Curriculum stresses independence, freedom of movement and cooperation; uses philosophy of Resources for Infant Educators (RIE). Emphasizes participatory learning in a multi-cultural and non-sexist environment.

The Forever Young Center Care Preschool is located at 1209 P Street, Sacramento, CA 95814. For more information call 916-446-4246

Keywords: youth, cultural

21. Glide Memorial United Methodist Church

Publications: https://www.glide.org/

Address: 330 Ellis Street
City: San Francisco State: CA Zip: 94102

Phone: 4156746000
Email: info@glide.org

Descriptions: GLIDE is a social justice movement, social service provider and spiritual community dedicated to strengthening communities and transforming lives. Located in San Franciscos culturally vibrant but poverty-stricken Tenderloin neighborhood, GLIDE addresses the needs of, and advocates for, the most vulnerable and marginalized individuals and families among us.

Building on the 50-year legacy of Co-Founders Rev. Cecil Williams and Janice Mirikitani, GLIDE challenges inequities and stands with the poor, people of color, LGBTQ persons, and others facing oppression, isolation and stigma, while offering a holistic, integrated model of programs and services to address the complex needs of the community. Today, under the leadership of President and CEO Karen Hanrahan, GLIDE continues to deepen its impact and extend its reach to thousands of people in need. Through comprehensive services, fearless advocacy and spiritual connection, GLIDE remains a powerful beacon of hope for a healthier, more just and inclusive city.

Volunteer opportunities available for serving meals and putting together bagged lunches.

Keywords: Religious, hunger, cultural, women, youth, mentor/tutor

22. Grassroots Campaigns

Publications: http://www.grassrootscampaigns.com/

Address: 2400 22nd St #230
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95818

Contact Person: Caitlyn Hughes or Hitesh Bussie
Contact's Position: Director
Phone: 9164461100
Email: info@grassrootscampaigns.com

Descriptions:

Grassroots Campaigns specializes in running face-to-face outreach campaigns for progressive advocacy groups, humanitarian organizations, and political campaigns. We are currently working on behalf of a range of partners including the Save the Children, The Southern Poverty Law Center, the ACLU, Sierra Club, and Oxfam America to raise awareness, identify new supporters, raise funds, and win concrete victories for change. We also run field campaigns to register and mobilize voters, pass legislation through grassroots advocacy, and build long-term volunteer networks.

Keywords: Animals, Cultural, Disabled Persons, Education, Emergency, Environment, Health, Housing, Hunger, International, Legal, Lobbyists, Mental Health, Mentor/Tutor, Organizations, Outreach, Recreation, Women, Youth

23. Heidrick Ag History Center

Publications: http://www.aghistory.org/

Address: 1962 Hays Lane
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95776

Contact Person: Iulia Bodeanu
Contact's Position: Membership Coordinator
Phone: 5306669700
Email: marketing@aghistory.org
Hours: Tus-Sun 10-5pm

Descriptions: The Heidrick AG History Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing people's understanding and appreciation of the rich heritage of agriculture and transportation. Our mission is to protect, preserve and educate through our one-of-a-kind collections of antique trucks and tractors, which is the largest of its kind in California. Our museum exhibits honor the regions agricultural and transportation heritage, which makes us a destination for visitors from all over the world. Within our 130,000 square-foot facility we house two of the largest collections of antique farming and transportation equipment, the Fred C. Heidrick Antique Ag collection and the Hays Antique Truck collection. We offer educational opportunities for students interested in careers in education, museums, non-profit organizations, history, and agriculture. Keywords: cultural

24. Immigration Law Clinic of UC Davis School of Law

Publications: https://law.ucdavis.edu/clinics/immigration-law-clinic.html

Address: UC Davis School of Law, Clinical Legal Education
City: Davis State: CA Zip:

Phone: 5307526942

Descriptions: Volunteers are needed for Spanish to English translation and interpretation in order to assist attorneys and law students in their representation of immigrants. No experience in law is required and all training will br provided. Volunteers much agree to maintain client confidentiality. Work will be conducted at the clinic near the UC Davi campus or telephonically. Schedule is flexible and need is on-going. Keywords: cultural, legal

25. Italian Cultural Society

Publications: http://www.italiancenter.net/

Address: Sierra II Community Center, 2791 24th Street, Room 13
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95818

Phone: 9164825900
Email: italy@italiancenter.net

Descriptions:

The Italian Cultural Society had a dream of connecting our community with our Italian heritage and culture by building a center that would offer this opportunity to learn, gather and unify. After several years, the dream was realized with the completion of the Italian Center in Carmichael.

The Italian Center in Carmichael is the epicenter of maintaining our heritage, culture and pride. The Italian Cultural Society's mission is to serve the cultural needs of our community by providing some of the best and most unique cultural programs and activities in our region. Through cultural programs and events, the Italian Center provides opportunity to learn about and share our Italian heritage and history, strengthen our unity and identity, and enable new generations to enjoy and participate through cultural and educational activities. As a regional center we offer outstanding language, dance, and cultural programs which carry on our traditions for young families with children and adults.

For more information, www.italiancenter.net

Keywords: youth, cultural

26. Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region

Publications: www.jewishsac.org

Address: 2130 21st St.
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95818

Phone: 9164860906
Email: federation@jewishsac.org
Hours: M-Thurs 9am-5pm. Fri 9am-2pm

Descriptions: The Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region is a philanthropic, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides educational, cultural, and social services and programs within the Jewish community locally and around the world. The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world) and tzedakah (charity and social justice). We serve to empower and give a voice to the community and to the centrality of Israel to the Jewish people.

Keywords: Cultural

27. La Familia Counseling Center

Publications: http://lafcc.com/

Address: 5523 34th St.
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95820

Phone: 9164523601
Email: info@lafcc.org
Hours: M,W,F 8am-6pm; T,Th 8am-7pm

Descriptions: Services Provided: Multilingual, comprehensive, multi-cultural professional counseling; outreach and supportive services for at-risk youth and families. One-to-one counseling, crisis intervention and supportive services. Year round recreational tutorial program and youth activities.

La Familia is recruiting volunteers to be matched with youth involved in the various La Familia program components, such as counseling, supportive services, neighborhood special projects, recreational programs, tutoring or mentoring.

Qualifications: Make a commitment of 4 hours a month for the course of a year, fill out an application, get fingerprinted and take a TB test.

Keywords: cultural, counseling, mentor/tutor, youth,

28. Lao Family Community Development, Inc.

Publications: http://www.lfcd.org/

Address: 7171 Bowling Drive, Ste. 1120
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95823

Phone: 9163937501

Descriptions: Lao Family Community Development, Inc. (LFCD) assists diverse refugee, immigrant, limited English, and low-income U.S. born community members in achieving long-term financial and social self-sufficiency. We encourage our community members to establish goals, believe in themselves, and become active, contributing members of society.

Lao Family delivers our lingusitically and culturally appropriate services using an integrated service model that addresses the needs of the entire family unit. Our goal is to help families achieve self-sufficiency in one generation.

Keywords: Cultural Educ Employ Mentor/Tutor, youth leadership, work, career development, family, housing

29. Loaves and Fishes

Publications: http://www.sacloaves.org/

Address: 1321 North C Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 958144

Contact's Position: Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9164460874
Email: volunteer@sacloaves.org
Hours: M-F 8:30-4:30pm

Descriptions: Loaves and Fishes is a charitable, non-profit, inter-faith, ecumenical organization dedicated to feeding the hungry and sheltering the homeless.

More than 1,000 volunteers from the Sacramento region come to Loaves & Fishes during the course of a month to help feed the hungry and shelter the homeless. Because of the amount of hands-on labor needed to prepare, cook, and serve a daily noontime meal sufficiently large to feed more than 500 hungry people, most of the volunteers work in the Dining Room. Some other volunteer opportunities are on our Thank You letter Committe, teachers assistant at Mustard Seed School, or helping at the service desk in Friendship Park. Some volunteers sign up for one day-a-month, some every week, and some just once a year.

Orientation and tours are available every Thursday and the first Saturday of each month by appointment. New volunteers, inquiring minds, and students doing papers are invited.

For more information, www.sacloaves.org

Keywords: Hunger Community Development, prison, cultural

30. My Sister's House

Publications: http://www.my-sisters-house.org/

Address: 3053 Freeport Blvd # 120
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95818

Contact Person: Jasmeen Kairam
Contact's Position: Communications and Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9169300626
Email: volunteermsh@gmail.com
Hours: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm

Descriptions: To serve Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven, job training, and community services. Keywords: women, youth, outreach

31. Opening Doors, Inc.

Publications: http://www.openingdoorsinc.org/

Address: 2118 K Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95816

Contact Person: Donelle Swain
Contact's Position: Intern and Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: 9164922591
Email: info@openingdoorsinc.org

Descriptions: Our mission is to empower refugees, immigrants, human trafficking survivors, and underserved Sacramento area residents to achieve self-sufficiency by accessing opportunities to mainstream economic and social systems. We do this by providing safe places, skills development, business loans, and connections to community resources, assisting our clients to build financial and personal assets while maintaining their cultural identity and individual goals.

We are located in midtown Sacramento and have been helping refugees and immigrants for over 18 years.

Position availabilities include:

Business Intern:
Interns will focus on programs aimed at asset building and/or microenterprise and microfinance. They will assist refugees, immigrants, and underserved Sacramento area residents in gaining financial independence and succeeding in a challenging economy. Candidates are expected to learn about community outreach, microfinance, and small business development and/or assets development. We are looking for individuals that can work independently, with excellent written and communication skills, and preferably bilingual.

Case Management Intern:
Interns work with Refugees or Survivors of Human Trafficking and gain casework skills as well as advocacy experience. Additionally, interns are exposed to the social welfare system and are taught how to manage client cases. Interns will also be exposed to numerous opportunities to strengthen language skills and further multi-cultural awareness. Applicants must be able to deal with confidential information, possess excellent interpersonal skills, and be preferably bilingual.

Communications Intern:
Interns in this position work closely with the Deputy Director to develop and maintain external organization communications. Interns will have the primary responsibility for maintaining the agencys website and social networking pages and gain first-hand experience working on crafting agency messages and delivering them through various avenues. We are looking for individuals with experience website development and Dreamweaver, and excellent attention to detail.

Grant Writing Intern:
Interns will play a key role in furthering the Opening Doors development efforts. They will learn grant writing basics, research funding opportunities and work with staff to write grant proposals. Applicants will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to work independently, and a willingness to learn the basics of grant writing.

Volunteer Management Intern:
Coordinator works with interns and volunteers who come from a wide range of backgrounds. Intersns with this position assist developing the internship program and should be willing to take initiatibe and work collaboratively with a number of agency teams. For more information go to http://openingdoorsinc.org/currentinternopenings_whatyoucando.php#VolunteerManagement

Immigration Legal Services Intern:
Interns report to the Director of Immigration Legal Services and assist with case management and outreach. The ILS intern will also be responsible for managing the everyday operations of the ILS program and maintaining an understanding of program objectives and immigration services offered by Opening Doors. Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken Spanish, possess excellent verbal communication skills, and be willing to work in fast-paced environment.

Money Work$ Program Intern:
Interns assist staff in outreach to target communities with information about the MoneyWork$ program. They also assist with curriculum adjustments, class preparation, review of participants homework, and the maintenance of class records and participation. Interns gain a real world understanding of personal finances as they work closely with clients and come to know their issues, difficulties, and successes. Interns also gain valuable writing, communication, and excel skills.

Keywords: international

32. River City High School

Publications: http://www.wusd.k12.ca.us/river_city.htm

Address: 1100 Clarendon Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95691

Contact Person: Don Allen
Contact's Position: Counselor
Phone: 9163757800
Email: kfloriano@wusd.k12.ca.us

Descriptions: River City High School is a comprehensive high school in culturally diverse West Sacramento with a student enrollment of approximately 1300 students. River City was selected by the state of California as one of its "Distinguished Schools" during the 95-96 school year. In addition to a full range of academic coursework, River City offers a career path program called REACH and Tech Prep academy in Engineering and technology which features a project driven integrated curriculum. Teacher assistants and tutors are needed to help in a variety of classroom experiences including facilitating group projects, working with students individually and possible presenting information to the class at the discretion of individual teachers. Keywords: youth, education

33. Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science

Publications: http://rmi.ucdavis.edu/

Address: 392 Old Davis Rd, Sensory Building
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Stephanie Shimada
Contact's Position: Director, Event Programming
Phone: 5307524180
Email: shimada@ucdavis.edu

Descriptions: In 2001, iconic California vintner Robert Mondavi made a personal gift of $25 million to the University of California, Davis to establish the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science within the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. More than a decade later, this generous gift forms the cornerstone of a $100 million state-of-the-art facility that is home to two world-renowned academic departments, Viticulture and Enology, and Food Science and Technology, as well as the UC Davis Olive Center and the Honey and Pollination Center. The institute houses the only LEED Platinum winery, brewery and food-processing facility in the world, and serves as the gateway between UC Davis and a broad community of scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, policymakers, industry professionals and technologists engaged in all dimensions of food, beer and wine-related activities. Keywords: food science, wine, viticulture, agriculture, evironmental science, enology

34. Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center

Publications: https://www.sccsc.org/

Address: 4201 I Street Suite #5
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Phone: 9163709927
Email: admin@sccsc.org
Hours: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm

Descriptions: The purpose of this organization is to assist new immigrants, refugees and other underserved individuals in the greater Sacramento area to achieve economic self-sufficiency, social empowerment, and cultural appreciation. The Center accomplishes this mission by providing quality educational, vocational, human services and health programs to these individuals.

Programs include expanded learning for students, summer programs, employment centers, and student support services.

Keywords: Cultural Community Development Mentor/Tutor

35. Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission

Publications: http://www.sacmetroarts.org/

Address: 915 I Street, 3rd Floor
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95814

Contact Person: Melissa Cirone
Contact's Position: Arts Education Coordinator
Phone: 9168083992
Email: mcirone@cityofsacramento.org
Hours: M-F8-5pm

Descriptions: Art in Public Places Provides visual art experiences in public locations through the production of temporary and permanent works of art in public places and rotating exhibitions at the Robert T. Matsui Gallery (at City Hall) and the Sacramento Municipal Utility Gallery. A volunteer docent or tour guide program provides tours and presentations to the general public, community organizations, and students.
Grants and Cultural Programs This program oversees the distribution of County and City funds to arts organizations in Sacramento, and cultivates professional development and stabilization of artists and arts groups.
Arts Education Provides professional development to teaching artists, and produces arts education programs in Sacramento schools, social institutions, and other community organizations.
Keywords: youth, women, environment, substance abuse, cultural

36. Sacramento Native American Health Center

Publications: https://www.snahc.org/

Address: 2020 J Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95811

Phone: 9163410575
Email: info@snahc.org
Hours: M-F 7:30AM-6PM

Descriptions: The Sacramento Native American Health Center Inc. (SNAHC) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) (Federal Tax ID # 20-4287737) Federally Qualified Health Center, located in Midtown Sacramento. The health center is committed to enhancing quality of life by providing a culturally competent, holistic, and patient-centered continuum of care. There are no tribal or ethnic requirements to receive care here.

SNAHC is community-owned and operated; a Board of Directors governs the center. Since our grand opening the center staff has grown to meet the needs of the community, 26% are Native American from both local and out-of-state Tribes. SNAHC is a Certified Enrollment Entity which supports enrollment in public or private insurance coverage through Covered California, Californias health insurance marketplace. The health center has over 40 community partners to provide access to assistance programs.

Keywords: Drugs/Alcohol/Tobacco Health Cultural Community Development Substance abuse

37. Sacramento Valley Conservancy

Publications: http://www.sacramentovalleyconservancy.org/

Address: 1501 Northgate Blvd.
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95815

Contact Person: Saige White
Contact's Position: Program Coordinator
Phone: 9166123719
Email: swhite@sacramentovalleyconservancy.org
Hours: M-F 8:30AM-2:30PM

Descriptions: Sacramento Valley Conservancy is a non-profit that works to preserve open space in the Sacramento Region for farming, ranching, wildlife habitat, recreation, and outdoor education. At Camp Pollock, our 11-acre preserve along the American River Parkway, volunteers team up with SVC staff to accomplish tasks including: planting, weed eradication, painting, construction, fence building, outreach, native plant garden maintenance, and more!

Please contact our Program Coordinator, Saige White, if interested in learning more about what we do and how you can get involved.

Or, check out our website at www.sacvalleyconservancy.org to see scheduled Service Days and register!

Keywords: Education, Environment, Organizations, Outreach, Recreation, Volunteer Groups, Youth, Cultural, Ecology, Wildlife, Botany

38. Southeast Asian Assistance Center

Publications: http://www.saacenter.org/

Address: 5625 24th Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95822

Phone: 9164211036
Email: info@saacenter.org
Hours: M-F 8:30-noon, 12:30-5pm

Descriptions: SAAC provides primarily culturally competent interpretation services to clients and providers of the Division of Behavioral Health Services (Mental Health Services and Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services) of Sacramento County. In addition to this core service, SAAC hosts a free legal immigration and citizenship clinic once a month. For a nominal fee, SAAC also completes immigration and citizenship forms throughout the month. Lastly, SAAC began holding support group meetings every 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Thursdays of the month in the Hmong language.

Keywords: mental health, couseling, cultural

39. Student Recruitment Retention Center

Publications: http://thecenter.ucdavis.edu/

Address: Student Community Center
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Mayra Lamas
Contact's Position: Collective Administrative Director
Email: srrc@ucdavis.edu

Descriptions: The Student Recruitment Retention Center is a student-run, student-initiated organization on campus. It is an organization that works for educational equity through recruitment and retention efforts in leadership development. Retention is putting on workshops on campus on time management or other issues relevant to retention, providing general support, or providing a social environment conducive for specific communities.In recruitment, the SRRC does outreach trips to high schools, middle schools and community colleges to get students ready for higher education and encourage them to apply. The SRRC encompases many programs that work to assist students, SAFE (Southeast Asians Furthering Education), Bridge (Pilipino/a), GAAAP (Graduate Academic Acheivement Advocacy Program), NEUE (Natives Empowering Unity through Education), Yikal Kuyum (Latino/a), Collective (all encompassing/Transfer), and ACE (African Diaspora Cultivating Education), working with these programs you will be working in a multi-cultural environment. In addition to putting on workshops, you can find experience with graphic design, campus tours, and even help in a video publicity project. These various programs also put on various leadership retreats to empower and encourage students to be active in their community. Because the SRRC is student-run, there is much freedom in how you decide you want to do things, as you can design your own internship. Or you can work closely with an intern to find other practical experience. Specific experiences can be tailored. You can also gain experience in writing budgets and proposals, and you can intern/volunteer anywhere from a quarter to a year. Yearly internships are paid through a stipend. Volunteers and Interns can work anywhere from a quarter to a year. Applications are received all year, and hiring is at different times for each program. For more information, contact us at the SRRC and refer to our website at http://thecenter.ucdavis.edu/

40. Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento

Publications: http://www.suttermedicalcenter.org/volunteer

Address: 2825 Capitol Ave
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95816

Phone: 9168874377
Email: smcsvolunteerservices@sutterhealth.org
Hours: 8am-4pm

Descriptions: Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento (SMCS) volunteers offer their time and talents to serve, touching the lives of our patients, visitors, and staff. Approximately 500 volunteers (women, men, college students, retirees, and work professionals), representing diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, dedicate their time and energy to volunteering at SMCS. Their devotion and service is vital to both the community and Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento patients and families. For more information, call Volunteer Services at 916-887-4377 or email to smcsvolunteerservices@sutterhealth.org Keywords: health, emergency

41. Teach For America

Publications: https://www.teachforamerica.org/

Address: 685 Market Street, Suite 500
City: San Francisco State: CA Zip: 94105

Phone: 4156890800

Descriptions: Teach for America is the national corps of outstanding and diverse recent college graduates of all academic majors who commit two years to teach in under-resourced urban & rural public schools. We bring together individuals from a wide range of racial, ethnic, & cultural backgrounds who will be lifelong leaders in the pursuit of educational excellence for all children.

We are seeking campus organizers, dynamic entrepreneurial individuals who are committed to expanding educational opportunity in this country and to helping shape the consciousness of their peers. Campus organizers work with the Recruitment Team to increase awareness about conditions facing children in urban and rural public schools and to inspire their most talented peers to commit two years to teach in America's most underesourced areas.

Keywords: Education Youth

42. UC Davis Medical Center

Publications: https://health.ucdavis.edu/volunteer/

Address: UC Davis Health, Volunteer Services: 2420 Stockton Blvd., Suite 2000
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95817

Contact's Position: Volunteer Services
Phone: 5307522855
Email: hbs@ucdavis.edu

Descriptions: The greatest strength of the UC Davis Health volunteer program lies in its approach to volunteerism. When you become a volunteer you join a team of caring professionals whose mission is to improve the health of the people in the community they serve. UC Davis Health's volunteer team is made up of men and women from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, high school and college students, retirees, transitioning adults and working professionals.

Registered students who wish to volunteer must go through the Internship and Career Center. Please email hbs@ucdavis.edu for volunteer information. Keywords: Health

43. uVolunteer

Publications: https://www.uvolunteer.net

Address: 501 Silverside Road, Suite 105
City: Wilmington State: Delaware Zip: 19809

Contact Person: Nathaniel Amponsah
Contact's Position: Program Manager
Phone: 13022412159
Email: info@uvolunteer.net
Hours: 9am-5pm

Descriptions: uVolunteer specializes in providing volunteer work placements in Costa Rica, Ghana and Thailand. Our service learning projects include Teaching, Care & Community, Construction, Environment and Animal Conservation. Our program promotes change and provides direction and purpose for our participants. Additional benefits are cultural insight, adventure and a safe environment for independent, female and student travellers. Keywords: animals, education, environment, international, organizations

44. Women's Civic Improvement Club of Sacramento

Publications: https://www.wcicinc.org/

Address: 3555 Third Avenue
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip: 95817

Phone: 9164518870
Hours: M-F 8:30-5pm

Descriptions: For 81 years, the Womens Civic Improvement Club of Sacramento, Inc.(WCIC), has provided programs, services and activities geared toward meeting the needs of Sacramentos low-income communities.

Their purpose is:

To provide a community center in which group programs are geared toward the development of responsible citizens. Emphasis is directed toward underprivileged group participation.

To foster and promote programs and services to increase the economic, cultural, educational and social levels of community members regardless of race, age, religion or gender.

To expand opportunities available to low-income community members to obtain adequate low cost housing with special emphasis on the elderly, disabled and low-income women and children.

Keywords: youth, hunger, elderly

45. Woodland California Family History Center

Publications: https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Woodland_California_Family_History_Center

Address: 850 Pioneer Avenue
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95776

Phone: 5305646581
Email: CA_Woodland@ldsmail.net
Hours: Wed 1-9PM, Thurs 1-3PM, Sun 2:30-4:30PM

Descriptions: We render support and assistance for those people wishing to research their families. We have many resources (microforms and books) on site and can draw on the resources at main library in Salt Lake City. Additionally, their 10 computers will provide guests with free access to the following websites: Family Search, Ancestry.com, Find My Past, My Heritage, and Fold3 (Military Records).

Volunteers accepted; training provided. Must have ability to use computers, basic knowledge of genealogical research, skills working with people.

Keywords: cultural

46. Yolo County Historical Museum - Gibson House

Publications: www.gibsonhouse.org

Address: 512 Gibson Road
City: Woodland State: CA Zip: 95695

Contact Person: James C. Glica-Hernandez
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 5306661045
Email: ychmoffice@sbcglobal.net
Hours: Tues-Fri 10am-3pm

Descriptions: Yolo County Historical Museum is dedicated to the preservation and sharing of Yolo County history. Volunteer opportunities include history center activities, educational programming, collection maintenance, grounds maintenance, docent work, and gardening. Keywords: cultural

47. YoloArts

Publications: http://www.yoloarts.org/

Contact Person: Danielle Thomas
Contact's Position: Executive Director
Phone: 5304064844
Email: info@yoloarts.org

Descriptions: YoloArts is a non-profit organization, founded in 1981 as a recommendation of the Yolo County Cultural Plan to further the arts and culture of the county. YoloArts mission is to cultivate and advocate support for all the arts, to participate in advancement of arts education in ours schools and community, and to foster communication among artists, business, education, government, and the residents of Yolo County. Keywords: education