There are also many service and servant leadership opportunities available for MCC students.  These events are great for those who want to get more involved and explore the one-time offerings.

Check back to see more great Service-Learning opportunities!  New postings will be updated as we receive them.

Note: This service opportunities are made available by our community partners and are subject to the agencies discretion and availability. Listings here do not guarantee placement.

If you are interested in submitting a one-shot event for this page, please fill out this form.  

July

Celebration of Feedom

Dates: July 4, 2015

Location: Mesa Convention Center

Event Description: Volunteers are needed for the Republic Services Arizona Celebration of Freedom for a variety of activities including stage assistance, event tear down, VIP Area and more. You can volunteer for a chance to win gift cards, goodies, or the Grand Prize of a 4th Generation iPod Touch!

This is not just another fireworks show, but a celebration of America’s freedom and independence culminating with a spectacular pyrotechnic show and salute to America. This will be an event to remember and we hope you can be a part of it! 

Shifts are 2-4 hours long on Saturday, July 4th. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or 14 if accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

Please Note: 
•Volunteer work is predominately conducted outdoors and is subject to inclement weather.
•Exposure to large crowds at events is likely.

Volunteer Description: Volunteer Registration and Check In 
Volunteers will manage check-in table and provide direction and information to other volunteers as required. 
1 Shift Available: 4:30pm-8:00pm

Rovers
Volunteers may assist with keeping the event clean and supporting other volunteer areas (family zones, guest services, entertainment stages, etc) as needed if there is a volunteer shortage. 
2 Shifts Available: 6:45pm-8:30pm or 8:00pm-10:30pm

Entertainment
Volunteers may assist with loading and unloading band supplies, making sure green room is stocked and other duties as needed. All volunteers for this area must be 18 years of age or older.
2 Shifts Available: 4:30pm-7:30pm or 7:00pm-10:30pm

Family Fun Zone
Volunteers may assist with managing bounce houses, carnival games, water activities, maintenance of the area and various other tasks as needed. 
2 Shifts Available: 5:30-7:30or 7:00-10:30pm

VIP Area
Volunteers may assist with VIP check in, monitoring food and beverage and ensuring the area is clean. Will also ensure all other supplies are properly stocked, and may assist with check-in. All volunteers for this area must be 18 years of age or older. 
2 Shifts Available: 5:30-8:15 or 8:00-10:30pm

Event Tear Down
Volunteer may assist with trash pickup after event, removing signage and other duties as needed. All volunteers for this area must be 18 years of age or older.
1 Shift Available 10:00pm-Midnight 

Naturalization Ceremony and Civics Test 
Volunteers may assist with the coordination of a Naturalization Ceremony for those who are becoming US Citizens, the distribution and grading of a US History Civics test for event patrons and other duties as needed. All volunteers for this area must be 18 years of age or older.
2 Shifts Available: 5:30-8:15 or 8:00-10:30pm

Contact: Michelle Alvis-White Michelle.alvis@mesaaz.gov 480-644-3705

URL: http://www.mesaaz.gov/things-to-do/arizona-celebration-of-freedom/volunteer

 

 

United Food Bank Food Drive

Dates: July 4, 2015

Location: Central Christian Church -965 E Germann Rd, Gilbert, AZ 

Times: See sign up; Orientation required

Event Description: Food bank.

Volunteer Duties: Greet event guests as a United Food Bank volunteer representative and receive their food donations with a smile!  Wear closed toed shoes.  

Sign Up:  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4eaaa62fa6f94-ufbcentral​

 
 
August

Light Rail Opening Celebration

Dates: August 22, 2015

Location: Downtown Mesa - Center and Main

Times: 7:30 am - 2:00 pm

Event Description: Volunteers will be needed Saturday, August 22nd to help us celebrate the light rail extension in Mesa. Shifts will be available between the hours of approximately 7:30am-2:00pm.

Register to volunteer at: http://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/volunteer/light-rail

Volunteer Duties: Volunteer opportunities: 

  • Volunteer Registration and Check In Volunteers will assist with volunteer check-in and provide direction and information to other volunteers as required. 1 Shift: 7:00am-12:00pm
  • Ambassadors Volunteers may assist with distributing information about the light rail and event activities, managing lines and greeting patrons. Ambassadors will be required to view an orientation prior to the event day. Orientations will be offered both in person and electronically. 2 Shifts: 7:30am-12:30pm, 10:00am-12:30pm
  • Kids Activities Volunteers may assist with managing bounce houses, carnival games, water activities, maintenance of the event area and various other tasks as needed. 2 Shifts: 8:30am-11:00am, 10:30am-12:30pm 
  • Water Stations Volunteers may assist with distributing water to event patrons and restocking water troughs with water and ice. 2 Shifts:8:30am-11:00am, 10:30am-12:30pm 
  • Valley Metro Booth Volunteers may assist with distributing giveaway items, information about the light rail and event activities and answering questions from patrons. Info booth volunteers will be required to view an orientation prior to the event day. Orientations will be offered both in person and electronically. 2 Shifts: 8:30am-11:00am, 10:30am-12:30pm 
  • Rovers Volunteers may assist with keeping the event clean and supporting any other volunteer areas as needed if there is a volunteer shortage. 2 Shifts: 9:00am-11:00am, 11:00am-2:00pm

Sign Up:  Register to volunteer at: http://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/volunteer/light-rail
Volunteer description and details here

September

Community Engagement Expo - Southern & Dobson

Dates: 9/9/15 - 9/10/15   

Location: Navajo Room 

Times: 9-1 pm

Event Description: The Community Engagement Expo is a FREE fair-style recruitment event is your chance to engage students to volunteer or complete their service-learning.

Volunteer Duties: Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Community Engagement Expo! Volunteers are what make the event successful.

Volunteer functions: staff welcome/information table, assist agency representative, set-up, clean-up, distribute items, take photos, etc.

Please dress appropriately. If you have a blue department shirt or MCC shirt, please wear it. We suggest comfortable shoes as there may be a lot of walking.

Sign Up:  Dawn Rhodes drhodes@mesacc.edu 480-461-7763

URL: http://tinyurl.com/MCCExpoVolunteer

 

Community Engagement Expo - Red Mountain

Dates:  9/16 at Red Mountain campus

Location: M200 at Red Mountain campus

Times: 9-1 pm

Event Description: The Community Engagement Expo is a FREE fair-style recruitment event is your chance to engage students to volunteer or complete their service-learning.

Volunteer Duties: Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Community Engagement Expo! Volunteers are what make the event successful.

Volunteer functions: staff welcome/information table, assist agency representative, set-up, clean-up, distribute items, take photos, etc.

Please dress appropriately. If you have a blue department shirt or MCC shirt, please wear it. We suggest comfortable shoes as there may be a lot of walking.

Sign Up:  Dawn Rhodes drhodes@mesacc.edu 480-461-7763

URL: http://tinyurl.com/MCCExpoVolunteer

 

Astronomy Nights

Dates: 9/4/2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30 - 9:30 pm

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Misty Stickney at misty.stickney@mesacc.edu

October

Astronomy Nights

Dates: 10/2/2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30 - 9:30 pm

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Misty Stickney at misty.stickney@mesacc.edu

MCC Halloween Bash at Red Mountain Campus

Dates: 10/31/2014

Location: Red Mountain: 7110 East McKellips Road Mesa, AZ 85207

Times:

Event Description: Every year MCC's Red Mountain Campus has a Halloween event with trick or treating, games, etc. This year we will be doing a High School area with booths, live music, games and much much more!

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers are needed for event setup and breakdown. Volunteers are also needed to help with games, activity booths and might get the chance to dress up as part of this amazing event! Other volunteer duties may vary depending on event needs.

Contact:  coming soon

November

Astronomy Nights

Dates: 11/6/2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30 - 9:30 pm

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Misty Stickney at misty.stickney@mesacc.edu

 

December

Astronomy Nights

Dates: 12/4/2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30 - 9:30 pm

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Misty Stickney at misty.stickney@mesacc.edu

 

Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning

Dates: 12/05/2014 - 12/06/2014

Location: ASU West Campus, Glendale

Times: 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

Event Description: 
The Summit consists of two full days of engaging plenary speakers, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities designed to inspire, energize and mobilize volunteer leaders and service-learning practitioners of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

Led by a dedicated group of volunteer and service-learning leaders who collaborate to organize this annual, statewide event in conjunction with many local and national partners, the Summit provides the opportunities for individuals and groups to further develop and foster their skills to better serve Arizona’s real community needs through collaborative efforts.

For more information please visit: http://www.azsummit.org/

Volunteer Duties: Please note, although we will try our best to place you in your desired position, it cannot be guaranteed.  Possible duties include:

- Personal Assistant
- Registration Table
- Volunteer Team Leader
- Welcome Area Greeter

- Large Group Assembly 
- Workshop Facilitator 
- Volunteer Team Leader
- Photographer

- Service Project Volunteer
- Evaluation Tabulator & Data Entry
- Program Proofreader

Sign Up Here: Application - please fill out this application online

Contact: Monica Pirshafiey monica.pirshafiey@mesacc.edu

 

Free Admission Day at i.d.e.a. Museum

Dates: 12/7/2014

Location: i.d.e.a. Museum, 150 W Pepper Pl, Mesa, AZ 85201

Times: 12:00 - 5:00pm

Description: On the first Sunday of each month, the i.d.e.a. Museum offers free admission to families. These first Sundays tend to be very busy and extra help is always appreciated. Volunteers assist by taking surveys, monitoring museum galleries to ensure a fun and safe learning environment, restock supplies and assist with gallery upkeep. Come and join us!

Link: http://www.ideamuseum.org

Sign Up Here: Ana Bentancur at ana.bentancur@mesaaz.gov or 480-644-4783

January

MLK 2015 Love Your Block House Paintings

Dates: January 14, 2015

Location: Mesa, AZ

Times: 8:00-12:00 PM

Event Description: Join the City of Mesa Neighborhood Outreach Office and HandsOn Greater Phoenix on Saturday 1/17 and/or Monday 1/19 from 8:00am-12:00pm for Love Your Block as we assist a Mesa Residents by painting the exterior of their homes through Neighborhood Outreach’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program. 

Monday, 1/20 8:00-Noon Love Your Block House Painting near Gilbert & US60

Saturday, 1/17 8:00-Noon Love Your Block House Painting near Crismon and Broadway

or contact Chris at chris@handsonphoenix.org or 602-973-2212 x231 to sign up.

The Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program is a means of assisting Mesa residents who, due to limited financial resources and/or physical limitations are experiencing difficulties maintaining the exterior of their homes. Individual recipients of this program must be either physically or financially unable to complete the project themselves. To be eligible for the program a person (or persons) must also meet certain eligibility criteria.

Volunteer Duties: Volunteer will be responsible for painting the exterior of a home. No painting experience required.

Contact:  Michelle Alvis-White michelle.alvis@mesaaz.gov 480-644-3705

URL: http://www.handsonphoenix.org/HOC__Organization_Profile_Page?Oid=001A000000ltgRdIAI

February

Community Engagement Expo

Dates: February 4 & 5, 2015

Location: MCC Southern & Dobson Campus - White Tent

Times: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Event Description: Thank you for your willingness to volunteer at the Community Engagement Expo! Volunteers are what make the event successful.

Please select the shift(s) below you can assist. Event details:

Wednesday, February 4, 9:00am to 1:00pm*
Thursday, February 5th, 9:00am to 1:00pm*
Southern & Dobson Campus, White Event Tent
Volunteers, please check-in at the information table at the entrance of the event tent
*Volunteers needed before and after for set-up/clean-up

Volunteer Duties: Volunteer functions: staff welcome/information table, assist agency representative, set-up, clean-up, distribute items, take photos, etc.

Please dress appropriately; this event is outside. If you have a blue department shirt or MCC shirt, please wear it. We suggest comfortable shoes as there may be a lot of walking.

Contact:  Dawn Rhodes at drhodes@mesacc.edu or 480.461.7763

Flyer: Expo Flyer Spring 2015.pdf

 

Astronomy Night

Dates: February 6, 2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30-9:30p

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Mackenzie Miller at mackenzie.miller@mesacc.edu

 

Valentine's Day Volunteer-a-thon

Dates: February 14, 2015

Location: United Food Bank

Times: 8am - 12pm

Event Description: Join us on Valentine's Day with your sweetheart, your team, or your service-day-Valentine to show some love for the community. We're going to pour our hearts into some great work, nourishing families. We'll be sorting food donations. Our goal is to sort 9,000 lbs of food - enough to make more than 7,000 meals available! Each volunteer could potentially get us 360 lbs closer!

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers will join us for training at 8 am, then we'll jump into sorting through food donations to make them available to the more than 199 agencies we serve. Specific volunteer tasks include initial screening of food items, sorting into various categories, checking dates on certain products, weighing and tagging completed packages. Other tasks may include warehouse support and dented can evaluation.

As with all volunteer activities, the shift will include a training period as well as a cleanup period. Timeliness and a full shift commitment is required. 

Please sign up at bit.ly/LoveFamilyFood

Contact:  MK Carlson at volunteer@unitedfoodbank.org or 480.926.4897

 

5KRunDead Zombie Race

Dates: February 21, 2015

Location: Superstition Farm: 3440 S. Hawes Road Mesa, AZ

Times: 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Event Description: 

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers will help with event set up and other related duties.

Contact:  Mackenzie Miller at mackenzie.miller@mesacc.edu

URL: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0e4da4a828a3f85-5krundead

 

Volunteers Needed for Count of Homeless in Mesa

Dates: February 24, 2015 (and Monday Feb 23 for training)

Location: Training session on Mon from 6-7:30pm at Fire Station 201, 360 E. 1st St.

Times: 5:30am to noon on February 24th (6-7:30pm on Feb 23rd)

Event Description: 

The goal is to better understand how many individuals are experiencing homelessness in our community and be better equipped to meet their needs.  The City of Mesa is looking for volunteers to participate in the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) 2015 Point-In-Time (PIT) Homeless Count on Tuesday, Feb. 24 from 5:30 a.m. to noon.

The MAG 2015 PIT Homeless Count is a one-day street count to determine the number of people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County during a given point in time.  The count includes a brief survey to identify some of the characteristics of people experiencing homelessness in our community.  Cities, such as Mesa, that receive federal funding for homeless assistance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are required to conduct an annual comprehensive PIT count.  This helps local governments and nonprofit organizations more effectively allocate resources necessary to meet the needs of the homeless population.

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers will be deployed in groups of two or three to count and interview homeless individuals and their families in various parts of Mesa.  The volunteers will be required to attend a volunteer training session prior to the count.  The training session will be held Monday, Feb. 23 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Fire Station 201, 360 E. 1st St.  All survey volunteers must be 18 or older.

URL: http://azmag.gov/Projects/Project.asp?CMSID=7155.

 

Dr. Seuss' Birthday

Dates: February 27, 2015 (Friday) -- help also needed for set-up Thursday Feb 26

Location: Southern & Dobson campus

Times: Event runs from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm with some set-up and take-down needed

Event Description: Over 200 elementary school children will be coming onto campus for a field trip celebrating literacy and fun!  

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers are needed for: Characters (wear a costume!), Character Guides (leadership role: guide the costume character and lead the breakout team around), Station guides (there are fun activities happening at each of the breakout stations), set-up, take-down, etc.  We've even had cupcake fairies.   

Contact:  Christin Franco at christin.franco@mesacc.edu

URL: tinyurl.com/2015DrSeussDay

March

Astronomy Night

Dates: March 6, 2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30-9:30p

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Mackenzie Miller at mackenzie.miller@mesacc.edu

 

March Madness Volunteer-a-thon

Dates: March 10, 2015

Location: United Food Bank

Times: 5-8 pm

Event Description: It's March Madness - come on out and support your favorite basketball team - college, high school, or pro!

Come get revved up for the NCAA Basketball tournament, or just come on out to volunteer!

Our goal is to sort 7,000 lbs of food - enough to make almost 6,000 meals available! Each volunteer could potentially get us 333 lbs closer!

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers will join us for training at 5pm, then we'll jump into sorting through food donations to make them available to the more than 181 agencies we serve. Specific volunteer tasks include initial screening of food items, sorting into various categories, checking dates on certain products, weighing and tagging completed packages. Other tasks may include warehouse support and dented can evaluation.

As with all volunteer activities, the shift will include a training period as well as a cleanup period. Timeliness and a full shift commitment is required. 

Please sign up at http://bit.ly/UFBMarchMadness

Contact:  MK Carlson at volunteer@unitedfoodbank.org or 480.926.4897

 

spark! Mesa's Festival of Creativity

Dates: March 18, 2015

Location: Mesa Arts Center

Times: 12:00 PM - 10:00 Pm

Event Description: A FREE FESTIVAL FOR ALL AGES!
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 - SATURDAY MARCH 21
Wednesday & Thursday | Noon - 5PM
Friday & Saturday | Noon - 10PM

spark! Mesa's Festival of Creativity is a free, immersive event for all ages held at Mesa Arts Center. The 2015 festival weaves the elements – earth, air, fire and water – into numerous captivating and interactive experiences in celebration of the arts, innovation and creativity.

spark! After Dark will extend the festival to 10PM on Friday and Saturday evenings, stay late as the Mesa Arts Center campus transforms into night-time with festivities, Saturday fireworks, live music & more!

Volunteer Duties: Wednesday, March 18th and Thursday, March 19th Shifts
11:30pm-2:30pm and 2:30pm-5:30pm

Friday, March 20th and Saturday, March 21st Shifts
11:30-2:30pm2:30pm-5:00pm5:00pm-8:00pm and 8:00pm-10:30pm

Volunteers may choose to stay as long as they want/need.

Volunteers are needed to assist artist/staff with variety of hands on activities such as Migration: Bird Making Activity, Tape Art Activity Area, Incredible Shrinking Mural Free Activity, and Clay City Interactive Craft Activity. The volunteer check in location will be the third floor conference room of the South Studio building. Dress will be casual, comfortable with sturdy closed toe shoes.

Contact:  Emilia Balderrama at Emilia.Balderrama@mesaartscenter.com or 480.644.4695

April

Astronomy Night

Dates: April 3, 2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30-9:30p

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Mackenzie Miller at mackenzie.miller@mesacc.edu

Family Fun Fair

Dates: April 11, 2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 10-2 pm 

Event Description: The E. H. Warren Child Development Lab, Campus Children’s Center, and the Education Studies Department are jointly celebrating the National Week of the Young Child by hosting the Family Fun Fair! The day will include informational tables, children's activities, and entertainment.  See more: Video: http://youtu.be/_nJkDsuYR2s

Volunteer Duties: Many opportunities

Contact:  http://tinyurl.com/FFF15Volunteer 

Environmental Week

Dates: April 21-23, 2015

Location: MCC - Red Mountain Campus

Times: 11:45 am - 2:45 pm

Event Description: MCC - Red Mountain campus will be hosting Environmental Week activities Tuesday, April 21,Wednesday, April 22 and Thursday, April 23, 2015. Activities include hosting high school students on campus to attend two mini college classes and a lecture by a guest speaker. Volunteers are needed between 11:45am to 2:45pm on the above dates. Students can volunteer one, two or all three days.

Volunteer Duties: Current MCC students are needed to "Thunderbird Advocates" - guides to the high school students who will be visiting for the Environmental Week activities. Volunteers will need to meet high school students at the busses, guide them to the mini-classes, the lecture (in the Community Room) and guide students back to the busses. Volunteers should be energetic and be able to positively promote MCC.

Contact:  Jennifer Wood at jennifer.wood@mesacc.edu 480.654.7247

May

Astronomy Night

Dates: May 1, 2015

Location: MCC - Planetarium S&D

Times: 5:30-9:30p

Event Description: Astronomy Night is a campus event where students and the community can come and watch a 30-minute planetarium show with activities and astronomy viewing. 

Volunteer Duties: Helping at a booth and sharing about Mesa Community College. MCC Street Team promotes awareness of the college's programs and services at local community events and activities. One will serve as an ambassador for the college and interact with current and prospective students, promoting the opportunities MCC has to offer. 

Contact:  Mackenzie Miller at mackenzie.miller@mesacc.edu

IDEA Museum Fundraising Event

Dates: May 5, 2015

Location: IDEA Museum - 150 W. Pepper Place, Mesa, AZ 85201

Times: 10 am - 9:30 pm

Event Description: An adults-only fundraising event celebrating artists, adventurers and entrepreneurs

May 9, 2014 | 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
i.d.e.a. Museum, 150 W. Pepper Place, Mesa, AZ 85201

Proceeds benefit “Access for All – No Barriers to Learning” Community Fund,
which provides free access to i.d.e.a. Museum for at-risk, low-income, and disadvantaged kids and families, including children which are medically fragile, children/adults with unique needs, and Title I school children, while also allowing us to continue providing high-quality, engaging educational experiences, exhibitions and programming for all of our audience.

Volunteer Duties: Volunteers needed from 10 - 2pm: Equipment and decore
4 - 7pmRegistration, greeters and wayfinders

Contact:  Lindsay Horchalter Lindsay.Hochhalter@mesaaz.gov 480-644-5564

URL: http://www.ideamuseum.org/calendar.html​

Larry Fitgerald Pro Camp sponsored by the Banner Concussion Center

Dates: May 9, 2015

Location: McClintock High School Tempe, AZ

Times: 8 am - 1 pm

Event Description: Banner Health has teamed up with Arizona Cardinals legend Larry Fitzgerald for his annual kids football camp on May 9 and May 10. Kids will get to go through drills and play games with Larry and some of his teammates. The Banner Concussion Center is the presenting partner and we are looking for a few nursing students to help volunteer for the first aid stations at the camp.

Volunteer Duties: Looking for 3-4 volunteers each day (Saturday and Sunday) to work the first aid booth at the camp and help treat any minor injuries that occur, such as cuts, bruises and sprains. Sessions would begin a 8am and go through 1 PM on both days. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Contact:  Ryan Polosky at ryan.polosky@bannerhelath.com or 216-310-6289

June