This space serves as a matching tool to connect volunteers to meaningful opportunities to GIVE BACK to the Berkshire community. We are committed to helping nonprofits connect, learn and grow. We connect nonprofits to volunteers through referrals, the Giving Back guide, and this new online posting service.
Are you looking to match your skills to a nonprofit? Volunteering can be a great source of satisfaction and a learning opportunity. Peruse the opportunities listed here to find one that resonates with you. Then, click the email to contact the organization and start building a relationship.
Seeking new volunteers? This tool allows you to post openings for your organization. NPC Berkshires created this space to help you grow and diversify your board, build strong committees and connect with volunteers looking to serve our community.
About the nonprofit: The Cantilena Chamber Choir is the Berkshire region’s leading a cappella group. It is comprised of 24 singers who possess considerable choral experience. The Choirs’ mission is to educate the public in the highest of choral art through performances and workshops. It also seeks to collaborate with other arts groups in the region to share audiences and resources.
Skills & talents needed: Front of house personnel, development, community outreach.
Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers who might eventually become Board members
About the nonprofit:The Bidwell House Museum is a New England heritage site providing a personal encounter with history, early American home life, and the Berkshire landscape through its land, house and collection. The Museum is a non-profit educational institution for the benefit of the community and today’s audiences of all ages, dedicated to preservation, scholarship and enjoyment of the landmark site.
Skills & talents needed: Planning and set up for events, familiarity with fundraising and gala planning, interest in history.
Interested? Contact email@example.com
Amplify Intern – Female
Time & Schedule Requirements: Residential July 7 – 22
Skills & talents needed: Program interns must be 23 years of age or older and possess strong time management and organizational skills to help guide the creative collaboration of participants. Candidates must be interested in working with diverse groups of people and comfortable in immersive dialogue settings. Candidates will thrive if they are passionate about: music for social change, youth empowerment and interculturalism. Experience with multimedia and video editing a plus.Will live on campus in the dorms with program participants and staff and will be expected to take on dorm duties throughout the program. Interns must complete a training prior to attending the program. Internships may qualify for post-grad school credit. This is an unpaid internship, but all living and travel expenses to, from, and during the program will be paid by Music in Common.
Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org