- The IRC is looking for volunteers to be on-call interpretors by phone or in-person. The volunteers will be trained before working with clients. The program needs assistance with interpreting clients in languages such as Farsi, Dari, Arabic, Swahili, French, Oromo, Tigrinya, Kunama Burmese, Hindi, Nepali, Pashtu, and Kinyarwanda. Interpreting is needed during office hours from 8:30 am-4:30 pm.
- The IRC is also seeking on-call drivers for clients, mostly for doctors' visits. Besides driving, there is also an aspect to this position that involves teaching clients public transportation. This would include helping clients to appointments while teaching them how to use public systems like MARTA.
- Do you have a truck or large vehicle that would like to volunteer with you? The IRC in Atlanta is frequently offered large donations that require pickups. Work with the Donations Coordinator and Logistics Department in picking up and delivering donations from donors and to clients. On-call donations volunteering is also a great place for experienced yard sale pickers and list-serve sleuths.
More opportunities in Atlanta, GA
Youth Male Mentor
Volunteers provide mentorship for male high school students by facilitating monthly conversations and activities related to mental and emotional health.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Tax Preparer
The IRC’s VITA program is looking for volunteers to help file and prepare income tax returns. This position will help with the logistics and support through the tax season (February through April).
Vocational English as a Second Language (VESOL) Class Assistant
The IRC’s VESOL class helps refugee students improve their English ability and prepare for employment by using workplace contexts, vocabulary, and practice.
Computer Literacy Class Assistant
The IRC's computer literacy class provides essential skills for students who have had little or no experience working with computers before.