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Volunteer & Intern Opportunities

Make a positive impact & support your community.

At Disability Network, the sky's the limit. Every role offers a unique opportunity to make an impactful contribution while gaining invaluable experience. Here's just a glimpse of what you can do:

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Mentorship & Workshops

Enrich your life and those you help. Lead workshops and educational sessions, organize after-school activities, and help mentor others.

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Administrative Operations

Support our behind the scenes operations. Assist with administrative tasks such as data organization, managing photo collections, and handle inquiries.

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Community Outreach & Special Events

Play a vital role in our community outreach. Contribute to special events by staffing booths, registering workshop participants, and aiding in fundraising efforts.

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Serve on Our Board or a Committee

Join our Board of Directors or a committee to help guide our direction and ensure we achieve our community commitments.

Are you ready to make a positive impact in your community?

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Earning Service Learning Credit Hours

High school and college students can earn service learning credit hours by participating in Disability Network West Michigan’s volunteer programs. Students must provide school contact information to receive full credit and recognition for their service hours.

Volunteers under 18 must have the written consent of a parent or guardian before volunteering. Students volunteering for service learning credit hours for their school must submit their school’s name and contact information before volunteering.

Internship Program Details

Students may participate in Disability Network West Michigan’s unpaid internship program if they’re approved through Disability Network’s Volunteer Coordinator and their teacher/professor before the start date.

Internship projects are developed on an individual basis dependent upon the needs of Disability Network West Michigan, the student, and the course requiring service learning.

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Disability Network West Michigan will be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day.

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