Adults & teens needed year-round, mornings/afternoons/evenings.
Call 888-0123 for more information.
Douglas Morrisson Theatre volunteers provide the theatre with thousands
of hours of labor each year and are involved in all aspects of the theatre's
operations. Without volunteers the theatre could not operate. Volunteers range
in age from 15 to over 70 years and older. Volunteers under the age of 18 do
require parental consent to work at the theatre. Some of the jobs available
to volunteers require special skills and/or training. We do our best to train
interested volunteers to perform these jobs.
Costumes: Volunteers in the Costume Shop work as seamstresses.
To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years of age and have knowledge of
basic clothing construction. Volunteer hours can be arranged with Costume
personnel at 881-6760.
in the Lighting Department hang the lighting plot, patch, focus, and load
the program into our computerized lightboard. Volunteer hours can be arranged
with the Master Electrician or Technical Director at 881-6706.
Performance Crews: Volunteers
for the Performance Crews must be available To work the performances (Thurs/Fri/Sat
8pm, Sun 2pm). Job sharing can be arranged with other trained volunteers.
The Prop Crew shifts props, prepares and cleans up stage food, and assists
the Scenery Crew as needed. The Scenery Crew shifts the large scenic pieces
and furniture. The Booth Crew consists of the Lightboard Operator, Followspot
Operators, and Sound Operator. Volunteer hours can be arranged with the Technical
Director at 881-6706. Eight Ushers are needed for each performance. Ushers
must be 16 years of age or older. Usher scheduling is handled by the Box Office
staff at 881-6777.
Production Office: Volunteers
in the Production Office prepare mailings, collate and staple programs, and
perform other basic office duties. Audition and Rehearsal Assistants are
needed. Volunteer hours can be arranged with the Box Office Manager at 881-6777
or the Producer at 881-6733.
Scenery: There are many jobs
available in the Scene Shop requiring varying levels of skill. Shop personnel
will assign jobs that fit your skills and interests. Volunteers must be
years of age or older to operate power equipment. Under age volunteers can
help with basic carpentry and painting. Volunteer hours can be arranged
the Technical Director at 881-6706.
PhotoCentral needs your expertise to continue its tradition of
unique, local photographic resources. Call (510) 881-6721 today
to become a fun-loving, hard working, kind and caring PhotoCentral
volunteer! If you can dedicate 2-4 hours per week, we currently
need a volunteer coordinator. Opportunities also exist in publicity,
exhibition organization and gallery sitting. Volunteers must be
over the age of 21. Please call us if you can help out.
The Adobe Art Center is currently looking for volunteers to sit the gallery during the hours of 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Call (510) 881-6735 today if you are interested to set up a time to view the gallery. Volunteers must be over the age of 21.
Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center is always looking for dedicated volunteers to help us maintain the beauty and health of our precious environment. Every month (usually on the third Sunday), the Weekend Weed Warriors ventures out into the salt marsh and armed with gloves and trash bags, removes garbage and pollution. They also remove invasive plants that have taken over the habitat of native plants such as pickleweed and alkali heath. Join the Weekend Weed Warriors by calling (510) 670-7270.
Bay Camp Jr. Counselors
Applications for volunteer summer Bay Camp Jr. Counselors are accepted
each spring. Counselors must be in high school and entering 9th
grade by September. Applications are available at the District
Office, 1099 E Street, Hayward or click
here to download them from
Sulphur Creek Nature Center is a delightful place to spend
time and the experience can be even more rewarding if you become a wildlife
volunteer! Right now, baby birds are falling out of trees, being snagged by
cats and dogs, losing their moms, and suffering from all other sorts of maladies.
We need help to raise and release these animals so they can live back in the
wild. If you have some time to give, contact us at (510) 881-6747 or firstname.lastname@example.org for up-to-date information on how you can get involved.
Wildlife Camp Volunteers
Applications for volunteer summer wildlife camp counselors are accepted
each spring. Students must be entering grades 9, 10 or 11 in September.
Applications are available at the District Office, 1099 E Street,
Hayward. Click here for volunteer
opportunities abound at the two Senior Centers located
in Hayward and Castro Valley. Volunteers help with special events, social
services, tax assistance, luncheons, classes and bingo. There are many opportunities
to choose from. Call (510)881-6768 to get involved at your local Senior Center.
Rest Home Volunteers - Share Your Love of Animals
There are many wonderful benefits to volunteering. HARD has two outstanding Senior Centers where volunteer opportunities abound. Volunteers help with special events, social services, tax assistance, luncheons, classes, bingo, driving van excursions and reception work. There are many opportunities to choose from.
The Hayward Senior Center is located at 22325 North Third Street in Hayward. The Kenneth Aitken Senior and Community Center is located at 17800 Redwood Road in Castro Valley.
Call (510) 881-6768 to get involved at your local Senior Center or email us at email@example.com