Core Volunteers

Some of our programs and services need additional support throughout the year. Select a project below to volunteer on a consistent basis that aligns with your schedule.

Best Buy Teen Tech Center Mentors

The Best Buy Teen Tech Center helps to bridge the digital divide and open the door to STEAM-centered passions.

The Teen Tech Center is open afterschool during the school year and during the day in the summer for students 12 to 18 years of age. Mentors at the Teen Tech Center build key developmental relationships with the students by consistently being present and helping them with school projects, passion projects, and developing soft skills such as project plans, speaking to an audience, email etiquette, and more.

Margaret’s Place: Emergency Assistance Pantry Volunteer

Margaret’s Place, Family Service’s emergency assistance pantry, is available at two locations: Margaret’s Place is housed at Family Service’s main office and Margaret’s Place Too at Family Service Neighborhood Place.

The two locations help our community members with emergency need assistance. Margaret’s Place Volunteers assist with receiving, sorting, organizing, and distributing emergency assistance items such as diapers, clothing, and hygienic products. Our volunteers help create a calm and welcoming environment for community members in need of various resources.

Family Strengthening Volunteer

Family Strengthening Volunteers help develop activity kits, clean toys, and facilitate the Family Strengthening parent nights.

Volunteers help empower families to have the knowledge, skills, and social support necessary to strengthen family functioning, improve the overall health of their families, and increase capacity to advocate on their children’s behalf within school settings.

Administrative Volunteer

Administrative Volunteers serve in various capacities by providing support to the business functions of the agency,

including but not limited to human resources, data evaluation and monitoring, business administration, system controls. They perform general administrative tasks as assigned.

Youth Education Volunteer

Youth Education volunteers assist in developing youth’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) learning and life skills

by helping to develop activities, expand on program curriculum, engage with our youth, and gain feedback from participants to strengthen program offerings.


Are you a student looking for an internship opportunity? Intern with one of Family Service’s many programs!