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Academic Interns

Academic Internships

Internships for students currently enrolled in Bachelor's or Master's level degree programs, who are required to fulfill an internship as part of their academic requirements.  

Non Clinical Internships

Adam’s Place Men’s Shelter

Shelter Hospitality Volunteers

Shelter Hospitality Volunteers assist staff during intake time evenings from 6:30PM to 8:30PM.  Volunteers are asked to commit to volunteer once a week for 6 months.  Volunteer Service Office will have the volunteer attend general volunteer orientation and undergo a criminal background check and 2 reference checks.  Volunteers will receive a photo ID and yellow "volunteer" lanyard.

Catholic Charities Center

Food Pantry

Uncategorized

Catholic Charities Volunteer Services

Adult & Children Clinical Services Department

Behind the Scenes Help

Catholic Charities Legal Network

Developmental Disabilities Services

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Facilities

Health Care Network

Parish and School Outreach

Refugee Center

Volunteer Services Office

Financial Stability Network

Financial Stability Network

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Clinic

Immigration Legal Services

Uncategorized

Medical and Dental Clinics

DC Dental Clinic

DC Medical Clinic

Montgomery County Dental Clinic

Montgomery County Medical Clinic

Prince George's County Dental Clinic (Mona Center)

Uncategorized

New York Avenue Men's Shelter

Shelter Hospitality Volunteer

Shelter Hospitality Volunteers assist staff during intake time evenings from 6:30PM to 8:30PM.  Volunteers are asked to commit to volunteer once a week for 6 months.  Volunteer Service Office will have the volunteer attend general volunteer orientation and undergo a criminal background check and 2 reference checks.  Volunteers will receive a photo ID and yellow "volunteer" lanyard.

On Call Volunteer

Uncategorized

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Food Distribution

Uncategorized

South East Family Center

ERAP Volunteer

The ERAP (Emergency Rental Assistance Program) Volunteer works directly with people seeking assistance: interviews them about their needs, reviews their application for funding, and enters their applications into the online database. Volunteers also talk with people to identify and address case management goals, including participating in other SEFC programs: Family-to-Family Mentoring program and the Financial Stability Network.

Mentoring

St Elizabeth’s 801 E Men’s Shelter

Shelter Hospitality Volunteer

Shelter Hospitality Volunteers assist staff during intake time evenings from 6:30PM to 8:30PM.  Volunteers are asked to commit to volunteer once a week for 6 months.  Volunteer Service Office will have the volunteer attend general volunteer orientation and undergo a criminal background check and 2 reference checks.  Volunteers will receive a photo ID and yellow "volunteer" lanyard.

Transitional Rehabilitation Program

Welcome Home Reentry Program

Montgomery County

Prince George's County

Washington, DC

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