Student Volunteer Options
Volunteering is a great way to gain skills, improve college applications, explore career options, and more importantly, support your community. Remember to balance your available time with commitments for school work, family needs, and employment.
Visit this webpage and Jackson's Career Center (in library) for information about volunteering opportunities. Below are current, virtual, and some in-person volunteer options:
2021 Seattle Jingle Bell Run benefitting the Arthritis Foundation. An exciting volunteer opportunity for students on Sunday, December 12th!
This year’s Jingle Bell Run will be LIVE and in-person at Green Lake in north Seattle, and – since we passed the 500-participant mark last week – we will be complying with all State and County COVID regulations, making this event as SAFE and as FUN as possible! Here’s what we are doing:
- Proof of COVID vaccine or negative COVID test will be required before volunteering and/or participating in the event
- Face masks will also be required
- We have a new, paper-free registration process (everything can be done via smartphone)
- All event activities will be outdoors
- All event tents will be open-air (no side walls)
- Hand sanitizer will be readily available at all volunteer positions
- Social distancing will be strongly encouraged
Next steps? Please share this information with students, and if they would like to volunteer with us, please have them register individually through our website at www.jbr.org/seattle. School colors and school spirit are strongly encouraged - mascots too!
This has been a long 20-months for everyone, so come have some fun with us in a SAFE environment and help make a difference in the lives of the 300,000 children and 54 million adults living with arthritis.
Best regards, Vanessa Lipton
Volunteer Director | Seattle Jingle Bell Run Arthritis Foundation
155 NE 100th ST, Suite 303, Seattle, WA 98125
Come JINGLE with us at the Seattle Jingle Bell Run December 12!
IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ:
Jingle Bell Run Seattle has passed the 500-participant mark and will comply with State and County COVID regulations.
All participants 12 and older are required to comply with COVID regulations by providing proof of vaccination OR negative COVID test before volunteering and/or participating in the event. Please refer to www.jbr.org/seattle for more information. Please bring your ID, proof of vaccination - OR negative COVID test – the day of the event. We will ask for verification when you check in at the Volunteer Tent the morning of December 12th.
United Way of Snohomish County: http://getconnected.uwsc.org/
How to Find a Virtual Internship: Here are ways you can find an internship to work in while you are at home.
All For Good: http://www.allforgood.org/about
Peers and Students Taking Action: https://wearepasta.org
Volunteer Family: http://www.volunteerfamily.org
VolunTEEN Nation: http://www.volunteennation.org