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  • Campus: Columbus

    We're hosting Driving Park's Family Fun Day. Volunteers are needed to help decorate/set up prior to the event, man children's games stations (Inflatable obstacle course, sack races, cornhole, Inflatable Plinko, etc) and distribute prizes where applicable, help at the cotton candy/popcorn drinks stations, provide information about location of restrooms, and help break down after. An informational session will be held on the evening of 9/21 (Time TBD) for everyone to meet. We will provide food and beverages. We will also blow up and string helium balloons on this evening. We will also need volunteers on an ongoing basis, so please sign up even if you can't make this date!

    Updated: 2 Weeks Ago, Added: September 5, 2017
  • Campus: ATI Wooster, Columbus, Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark

    A great way to get to know the Ohio History Connection is to volunteer at our All Hallows' Eve event October 14 & 21. Assist in the Ohio Village for this popular Victorian era focused on traditional celebrations of the season. Volunteers will have the opportunity to dress in period costume and provide interpretation, assist with activities, and games. Responsibilities: Volunteers will assist with activities, interpretation, crafts, pumpkin carvings, and visitor assistance, admission, front line greeters, among other duties Skills Required: Volunteers must have great people skills, be able to interact with all ages, and able to stand for several hours at our outdoor events. These are 3rd person roles (not a character) and are a mix of costumed and non-costumed positions. Time Commitment: Minimum 4- 5 hours shift at a specific event, plus required event training given 2-4 weeks before event. Work Environment: Volunteers will work in various village buildings performing assigned tasks. This is in a period costume. Volunteer may encounter large crowds in these areas during the evening. There are also outdoor assignments. Physical Demands: These roles require working in possibly inclement weather. Most positions are within village buildings but walking in the elements is required to get to the buildings. Volunteers must be willing to wear reproduction late-19th century costuming and follow costuming guidelines. Some assignments are outside (Pumpkin carving, crafts, and Fortune Telling Tent assistants)

    Updated: 2 Weeks Ago, Added: September 7, 2017
  • Campus: ATI Wooster, Columbus, Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark

    The Ohio History Center is looking for volunteers for the Dickens of a Christmas is a 19th century Christmas celebration. Volunteers will help lead activities in the Ohio Village buildings. Responsibilities: To engage and encourage visitor participation in a variety of roles while in 1890’s day costume. Skills Required: Language Skills: Be able to provide educational information to our guest. Mathematical Skills: Those working at the Chestnut sales must have basic addition and subtraction skills. Technical Skills: Request that volunteers know how to use the fire extinguisher. Time Commitment: One time event volunteer. Must be able to perform at least a 4 hour shift of the event (breaks will be provided). Volunteer shifts will be arranged and assigned during training. Dec. 8, 9, 15, 16, 2017 Friday and Saturday shifts 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Dec. 10 & 17 2017 Sunday shifts 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Work Environment: Volunteers will work in various village buildings performing assigned tasks. This is in a period costume. Volunteer may encounter large crowds in these areas during the evening. Physical Demands: These roles require working in possibly cold weather. Most positions are within village buildings but walking in the elements is required to get to the buildings. Volunteers must be willing to wear reproduction late-19th century costuming and follow costuming guidelines. Costumes provided. Volunteers will receive free tickets to this event for their friends and family

    Updated: 2 Weeks Ago, Added: September 7, 2017
  • Campus: Columbus

    LifeTown Columbus is looking for a highly creative, motivated and driven individual who can conceptualize and produce creative campaigns and a wide variety of photo and video content for the LifeTown Programs. Candidate must have the ability and knowledge to film, edit, and produce videos and images. With communications and operating team members, creatively brainstorm and implement photo and video content consistent with LifeTown branding including, but not limited to, special projects, social media content, and print materials. Duties: • Using available tools, take photos or videos, create graphic pieces or montages, build slideshows etc. to promote the mission of LifeTown and to be used various media streams • Photograph daily LifeTown activities • Create various short video clips for social media use • Manage and code photo releases for students and teachers • Upload multimedia to social media in a timely manner Qualifications: • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program with a focus in video production, photography, multimedia, or similar program. • Experience using video editing software (Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Suite, etc.) • Previous or current classes focused on audio/video production • Proficient with video production equipment (cameras, audio, lighting, etc.) • Ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment • Proven ability to manage a busy workload • Expertise in social media a strong plus

    Updated: 2 Months Ago, Added: August 4, 2017
  • Campus: Columbus, Mansfield, Newark

    Volunteers will be matched with a middle or high school student with mild disabilities. You meet once a month at LifeTown in New Albany, from September through May, working through lessons with the same student each time. No previous experience needed, all lessons and training will be provided by LifeTown.

    Updated: 2 Months Ago, Added: August 4, 2017
  • Campus: Columbus

    Columbus Metropolitan has 23 Homework Help Centers in all parts of Columbus that would love to see OSU students join us to provide knowledge and a guiding hand to kids from kindergarten through high school seniors. We especially need help with middle school math. Some branches further from campus have a great need for the influence of college students. If you're available in the late afternoon (from 3 to 6 or 4 to 7) one night a week, it would be great to have your help.

    Updated: 2 Months Ago, Added: July 31, 2017
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