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    Individuals who are enrolled in classes or courses of study in public or private high schools that are part of the formal education system. High schools, also known as secondary schools, serve students in the upper grades, generally 9-12 with variations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMYOperates as a transfer school for youngsters aged 16-20 who are unable to function in a traditional high school. Provides individualized guidance and support through workshops, seminars, independent living skills training, paid internships, community service and college and employment counseling.BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMYJEWISH CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION
    CAMILLA G. BELSER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPOffers a $2,500 annual renewable scholarship to low-moderate income high school seniors who will be attending either Nassau or Suffolk Community College for 2 years. United Way staff works with the students for two years to assure their graduation.SuffolkCAMILLA G. BELSER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPUNITED WAY OF LONG ISLAND
    CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMSupports career development in the healthcare professional arena. Activities include high school Shadow Days, where interested students are paired with a hospital employee to observe and learn about this particular career path. Call for further information.SuffolkCAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMSTONY BROOK EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL
    CAREER PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOLOffers an alternative high school that focuses on the social, emotional, prevocational and academic needs of students who come to Career Prep with a variety of behavioral difficulties accompanied by learning disabilities. There is a high staff-to-student ratio to better address the individual needs of each student in self-contained classroom settings (9:1:2 or 6:1:2). The instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards and addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. All students are given the opportunity to earn a New York State Regents diploma or other state approved high school diploma. Students also have the opportunity of earning college credits through a partnership with Farmingdale State College SUNY. Instructional and work-based learning opportunities required for the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential are also provided. A select group of students are also afforded the opportunity to participate a character education and life skills curriculum using horses to facilitate growth and learning. Career Prep also offers the Farmingdale Program at Farmingdale State College SUNY and the Career Extension Program at Hofstra University. These community-based programs provide a transitional atmosphere for mature students to experience a college environment and explore post-secondary school options. Consideration and acceptance into both of these less restrictive (9:1:2) programs are based on an internal screening process and the student's success in the program. Middle School classes are also offered at Career Prep for students age 12 to 14 in need of a highly structured, safe and supportive educational setting where they can realize the value of school and better prepare to enter high school. Career Prep students are encouraged to make the transition from adolescence to a productive adulthood by developing self-esteem and raising their expectations for success in the future. All students participate in individual and group counseling sessions with a focus on the development of prosocial behaviors including conflict resolution skills, moral development, interpersonal communication skills, self-awareness and self-esteem enhancement. Call for more detailed information. NassauCAREER PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
    CLASSP & ADVANCED CLASSPOffers paid internships and college credit(s) experience working in the Butler Special Needs Center. Program provides, introduction to the opportunitu of working with the populations of special needs. Training and education provided at no cost.SuffolkCLASSP & ADVANCED CLASSPSUFFOLK Y-JCC
    DESIGN AND BUILD CAMPOffers a summer camp for students who will be entering 7th, 8th or 9th grade in September. Design and build a security system, a night light, traffic light, board games, 3-D printed objects, and more through hands-on engineering, programming, and mathematical tools.At the end of the program, a family show case will be held, and certificates will be distributed. For additional information or questions, please e-mail engineering_camp_ece@stonybrook.edu.SuffolkDESIGN AND BUILD CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    DIVERSIFIED CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATIONProvides supervised Career Education work experience and internships. This work based learning program helps make the important connection between what students learn in school and how it relates to their work experience. Students attend their high school for related instruction and are placed and supervised in internships with local businesses and industries. Students can earn a CTE sequence or additional credits towards a sequence. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDIVERSIFIED CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    DREAMS FOR YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM/DREAMS FOR YOUTH ADVISORY BOARDScholarship Awards are made in two areas: academic and enrichment. Academic and enrichment scholarships awarded to support eligible youth. Community service grants are made to youth-serving agencies and schools that are mentoring a group of 7th-12th grade youth on a community service project. A Youth Advisory Board, led by teen volunteers from Long Island schools, works with United Way to review all applications and make scholarship award recommendations.SuffolkDREAMS FOR YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM/DREAMS FOR YOUTH ADVISORY BOARDUNITED WAY OF LONG ISLAND
    DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATIONOffers driver and traffic safety courses. Course offerings include: Driver and Traffic Safety Education. Those high school students who successfully complete the non-credit, state-certified Driver and Traffic Safety Education course will receive a MV-285 “Student Certificate Completion” issued by the Motor Vehicle Department. Those who receive the “MV-285” will be eligible for a rate reduction in their automobile insurance and a senior license at the age of 17. Courses vary each semester and are held at various locations. Call for details and a brochure. To receive an application, contact the Office of Continuing Education at (631)451-4399.SuffolkDRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATIONSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    DRIVER EDUCATIONOffers a safe driving skills and defensive driving awareness program for students who wish to earn the MV 285 “Blue Card” which gives eligibility for 10%-15% discount on insurance premiums with most companies. This course qualifies those who successfully complete the course to apply for a senior driver's license at age 17. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauDRIVER EDUCATIONNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
    DRIVERS EDUCATIONA complete, professionally taught Driver Education Course that will provide all students with a comprehensive introduction to the driving experience. At the end of all sessions, students will have received 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours of in-the-car driving related to "rules of the road," traffic safety concerns, defensive driving, proper handling of vehicle, parking, driving in traffic and problems of substance abuse as related to driving. Students who complete the program with a passing grade of 65 in each category will receive the Certificate of Completion (MV-285), the opportunity of a senior driver's license (Class 5) at age 17, and an insurance reduction according to the policies of your insurance carrier. Students must obtain from DMV the 50 hour completion form for graduated licensing requirements. Call for more detailed information.NassauDRIVERS EDUCATIONLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    EARLY COLLEGE PROGRAMOffers an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors who attend our partner school districts to earn college credits while having an experience of college life. Students enroll in college classes and interact with college faculty, staff and other students. ECP students can earn college-level credits while continuing to complete high school. All classes are taught by college professors, and ECP students are integrated into classes with college students. Each program participant is assigned an ECP counselor. With guidance from the College’s Program staff, students select classes from the general education program or take a sequence of courses in a particular curriculum. Enrollment in courses through Suffolk’s Early College Program generates an official Suffolk academic transcript for each student. Successfully earned credits are accepted at Suffolk or can be transferred to a multitude of other colleges and universities. Acceptance of credit for college-level course work is under the domain of the receiving colleges and universities with general acceptance within State University of New York (SUNY) institutions. Graduates of the program have gone on to notable two and four-year institutions, including Suffolk County Community College and are strong candidates for their Honor’s Program. Students attending Early College Program [ECP] participating high schools who are interested in discussing how to apply to the program can contact the Early College Program counselor at their partnering College Campus. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEARLY COLLEGE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    EMPIRE STATE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides academic support in math, literacy and ENL for newly emigrated Hempstead High School Students (grades 9-12). Offers their parents ESL classes and parent education workshops. Call for more information.NassauEMPIRE STATE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMHISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER
    EXAM PREPARATIONOffers exam preparation courses. Sample course offerings include: Civil Service Preparation; Notary Public Preparation; Preparation for College Math Placement Exams; SAT Preparation Course; NYPD Police Officer Entrance Exam Preparation; Chemistry Review For Biology Students; Preparation For Introductory Science Courses; Math Review For Introductory Science Courses; Preparation For Organic Chemistry and Essential Review For Anatomy & Physiology. Courses vary each semester and are located at various locations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEXAM PREPARATIONSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    IACS COMPUTES!Offering a 10-day programming workshop for high school students who will be juniors or seniors in the fall. Students must be 15 years old or older by the time of the camp. This hands-on camp introduces students to the programming skills and software/computer technologies that drive advances in science, industry, business and society. Starting with no assumed prior knowledge of programming, the camp introduces programming using the Python language and emphasizes development of algorithmic thinking and problem solving. From faculty and graduate students, participants will learn about using big-data analytics and high-performance computing to solve problems in science and engineering, and will then participate in team projects motivated by these same research challenges. By the end of the camp, students will have sufficient programming skills and awareness of the field to pursue further independent study and to inform future choices for education and careers. Ideally students will use their own laptops (Macs, PCs or Linux are acceptable; a few are available for loan) so they can continue to use the camp's open-source software programming environment and tools. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkIACS COMPUTES!STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    INTERNSHIPSOffers opportunities to currently matriculating undergraduate and graduate students interested in a career in television to gain hands-on experience in non-profit management, fundraising, graphic arts, publicity, website development, community outreach events, marketing, engineering, production or programming. Volunteer opportunities are also available for anyone over 16 and to organizations who want to donate their time. Training will be provided.NassauINTERNSHIPSWLIW NEW YORK PUBLIC TELEVISION
    IRIS WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOLProvides a nurturing and academically invigorating environment for students who have experienced difficulty relating to peers and/or adults in a traditional school setting due to their social and emotional needs. Iris Wolfson fosters acceptance, stimulates academic achievement, encourages self-reliance, practices tolerance, and motivates students to meet their highest potential and strive toward post-secondary options while earning a Regents diploma. Upwards of half of our students are college-bound yet require a personalized learning environment that includes school-based counseling two times a week with clinically trained school psychologists. The least restrictive of the Nassau BOCES Special Education settings, Iris Wolfson is modeled after mainstream educational settings. Courses are departmentalized and the instructional program is aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards. Students have the opportunity of earning college credits through a partnership with Farmingdale State College SUNY. All students are expected to earn a New York State Regents diploma while information on the local diploma requirements still available to students with disabilities when appropriate is provided. Various electives are offered to stimulate thought, meet graduation requirements, reinforce content material, foster independent living, and develop personal management skills. Iris Wolfson primarily serves students with emotional disabilities (i.e. Generalized Anxiety Disorders and Depression), assorted learning disabilities, and spectrum disorders whose needs most closely resemble those found in district-based programs. Instruction is modified and individualized to addresses students' cognitive levels and learning styles. Instructional and work-based learning opportunities are also provided to assist students pursue a Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential. Vocational counseling is provided to assist students and families as they begin to access important post-secondary supports and services. Middle School classes are also offered for students ages 11 to 14 in need of a structured, safe and supportive educational setting. Like our high school, all middle school students receive school-based counseling to help them identify and overcome obstacles that impede upon their academic, social and emotional development. Classes are departmentalized and middle school commencement requirements are offered to students before moving onto high school. Call for more detailed information.NassauIRIS WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
    ISLIP ACADEMIC CENTERProvides specialized, individually structured, standards-based education deeply embedded in the Common Core, while integrating CDOS standards into classroom and community based and service learning activities. Career assessment, level one interviews and transition planning interface with school-to-work learning. Career-based training and related internship experiences provide students with participation in the community. Our commitment to a safe and nurturing environment allows students to access these opportunities based on their individual needs. We offer our students academic and employability skills with social growth opportunities and real world connections, while preparing them for challenges of the future. This multifaceted academic program at Islip Academic Center is available to secondary special education and non-classified "at-risk" students ages 14-21 in grades 9th-12th with severe behavioral concerns and limited anger management skills. The Islip Academic Center offers both a 6-1-1 modified program and an 8-1-1 departmentalized program based on the New York State Regents Curriculum. All students receive weekly counseling at least one time individually and one time in a group setting to address social skills and behavior management needs. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkISLIP ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    JOB DEVELOPMENT SERVICESProvides on-the-job training in warehouse skills technology for at risk individuals at Long Island Cares Food Bank. Basic vocational skills, job search, and job placement assistance included.SuffolkJOB DEVELOPMENT SERVICESLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
    LEARNING CENTERProvides homework help for Club members in grades K-12. Participates in "Power Hour" homework incentive program Monday through Thursday for students grades K-12 where students may earn "Power Points" for completing homework assignments and worksheets.NassauLEARNING CENTERBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF OYSTER BAY/EAST NORWICH
    ONLINE COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOLWith a connection to the internet, high school students can now complete or supplement their high school education at their own pace. Wilson Tech offers online courses ranging from credit recovery to Advanced Placement. With Tech’s online learning program, your students can: Choose when and where to study; Make-up missed credits to graduate on time; Solve scheduling conflicts; Accelerate to complete high school early; Review for AP exams; Take AP or other courses not offered and Study while on medical leave. School districts can add online courses that meet NYS Learning Standards to their own curriculum through an agreement with Western Suffolk BOCES. At www.onlinehs.org students will find courses that they can use in three ways: Virtual Online courses provide anytime and anywhere learning. Students can complete course material at their own pace in the comfort of their own home, in your school’s library, or any remote location. Courses are available 24/7. Hybrid: Under this option, online courses with quizzes and homework assignments are offered in a classroom setting. Students can also access material from home. Hybrid courses can be utilized in a computer lab environment where a group of students take individualized courses that are proctored by one teacher and Traditional: Teachers in a traditional classroom setting can add an online component that incorporates related course material, practice tests and homework assignments. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkONLINE COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    OUR KIDS IN ACTION ANNUAL YOUTH CONFERENCEProvides opportunities for middle and junior high school students to participate in an Annual Youth Conference. Students create and develop marketing materials and have opportunities to interact with their peers and highlight each other.SuffolkOUR KIDS IN ACTION ANNUAL YOUTH CONFERENCEOUR KIDS IN ACTION
    OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-SPECIAL SERVICESOffers unique programs where OEEP staff lead hands-on investigations in the classroom of your school and/or in field sites around Long Island. From citizen science projects such as butterfly banding to determining fire frequency in the Pine Barrens through tree cores, students in our Special Services programs are directly involved in authentic studies of the natural world. OEEP staff work with teachers to customize the program to support and enhance classroom curriculum with various themes and activities. In addition, customized programs are aligned to the NYS Common Core and Science Standards. Programs are created for grades 1-12, and can be a single or a multi-day experiences. Sample programs include: Field Site Programs; Challenge Course; Native New Yorkers; Bay Investigations; Marine Mammals; Barrier Beach Ecology and Geology; Interpretive Canoe Trip; Invasive Species; Restoring Eelgrass Communities; Farming the Sea: A Mariculture Project; Exploring Long Island's Pine Barrens; Insects; Ornithology and Long Island History. In Addition we offer In-School Programs. Several specialized in-school programs include but are not limited to: Earth Balloon; StarLab; Life Cycles and Macroinvertebrates; Exploring Long Island's Fisheries Resource and other specialized programs that have been developed for the classroom. Here is a sample of possibilities. OEEP staff can customize programs to an array of topics. Call (631) 360-3652 to discuss other topics, programs or ideas.SuffolkOUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-SPECIAL SERVICESWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
    PARTNERS IN PREVENTION PROGRAMOffers a substance abuse prevention program for high school students enrolled in participating Nassau County schools districts. Presents four evidence-based workshops including Too Good for Drugs, Life Skills, Strengthening Families and Teen Intervene aimed at curtailing heroin abuse.NassauPARTNERS IN PREVENTION PROGRAMHISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER
    PHYSICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a two week residential /non-residential camps for students interested in physics. The first program is The Introductory Physics Program which is an active, hands-on format, where students will be introduced to classical branches of physics, including experimental measurement, Newtonian Mechanics, electricity, waves and optics. This camp is for Students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade in the fall 2019. Students with a strong interest and background in math and science are encouraged to apply. This camp is not for students who have taken physics.The second camp is an Advanced Physics Program which is an active, hands-on format, where students will be introduced to advanced branches of physics that don't usually make it into the high school curriculum, including electronics, optics and particle physics. For this camp students must be juniors or seniors in the fall of 2019. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPHYSICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    ROBERT W. GREENE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTSOffers an intensive, seven-day residential summer workshop at Stony Brook University which is designed for current Long Island and NYC high school sophomores and juniors considering careers in journalism. The workshop introduces students to basic skills in news reporting, writing and editing and the use of video and still photography. Classes are taught by professional journalists. Students will live at the University and work in the School of Journalism’s multimedia newsroom. As a culminating activity, students will produce original work across several media platforms. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkROBERT W. GREENE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SHARING AND CARING PROGRAMProvides a high school diploma program for pregnant and parenting teens throughout Nassau County in a small, structured, nurturing environment. Classes are one to one and in small groups and require some level of motivation on the part of the student. Support services are provided including case management services and advocacy. Services are provided at no cost to the home district or to the parents.NassauSHARING AND CARING PROGRAMLONG BEACH REACH, INC.
    SOUTH OAKS PROGRAMProvides a hospital program located at South Oaks in Amityville which offers an educational program for hospitalized adolescents. Both disabled and non-disabled students can enroll in this program. Close contact is established initially with each child's home school guidance counselor to identify the level of instruction needed. The education program at South Oaks, consisting of basic high school subjects in English, social studies, mathematics and science, and is considered an integral part of the treatment program by hospital administration. The educational staff works in partnership with doctors, nurses and psychologists to facilitate comprehensive treatment. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkSOUTH OAKS PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
    STUDENT INTERNSHIPSProvides opportunities for college and H.S. students majoring in Criminal Justice, criminology, business, information technology and social science-related fields of study to participate in a law enforcement environment.SuffolkSTUDENT INTERNSHIPSSUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
    SUMMER CAMPProvides up to eight weeks of activities including trips for member students in grades K-12. Registration form completion is required and scholarships are available based on need. Registration fees apply. Also offers a half-day Mini Member program for members ages 3-4 who are potty trained and not yet in Kindergarten.NassauSUMMER CAMPBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF OYSTER BAY/EAST NORWICH
    SUMMER MUSIC CAMPSOffers week-long day camps will focuses on developing ensemble skills (chamber, jazz, and choir) which help young performers build confidence and acquire critical musicianship skills that can make them better soloists. Each day of the camp, participants will receive coachings and take part in daily seminars/demonstrations led by professional musicians and music teachers. The camp will culminate with each group performing on a final concert that will be open to the public. Camp offerings include: Youth Strings Camp (Entering Grades 4-7); Youth Choir Camp (Entering Grades 5-7); Chamber Strings Camp (Entering Grades 7-12); Jazz Camp (Entering Grades 7-12); Extensions (One Week, Afternoons); Artventures (Entering Grades 4-7) and Composition (Entering Grades 8-12). Call for detailed information.SuffolkSUMMER MUSIC CAMPSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SUSS (STUDENTS UNITED FOR SAFE SCHOOLS)Uses the power of peer influence to change school culture. Provides training and guidance to teams of students to empower the recognition of bullying, harassment and discrimination in the school environment. Encourages these students to reach out to peers through school-wide program initiatives aimed at helping all students feel valued and respected. Call for additional information.NassauSUSS (STUDENTS UNITED FOR SAFE SCHOOLS)CAPS-CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES
    TEST PREPARATIONOffers a number of test preparation programs through classroom/online instruction throughout the year. A list of the classroom programs are as follows: SAT Review for High School Students; Regents Review for high school and middle school students and Catholic High School Entrance Exam (CHSEE) Prep. Online test preparation courses are also offered in the following areas: GED Preparation; GRE Prep Series; GMAT Preparation and LSAT Preparation. Call for detailed information.NassauTEST PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    TWILIGHT ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLProvides an alternative setting in the late afternoon for students who have not succeeded in the traditional educational setting. The program gives teenagers the necessary tools to either return successfully to their home high schools, or to complete their high school requirements, while helping them prepare for post-secondary education or employment. Students attend this Regents-based program in the late afternoon in their home school district. Students receive strong educational support, as classes are small and largely focused on the students. Programs are currently available in: Baldwin; Bellmore-Merrick (HSE Only); East Rockaway; Freeport; Glen Cove (HSE and ELL Only); Hewlett-Woodmere; Hicksville; Massapequa and Uniondale. Call for more detailed information.NassauTWILIGHT ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    VOLUNTEERINGVolunteers assist in patient-related and non-patient related activities in various service areas and departments of the Hospital. Applicants must meet hospital's basic health and immunization standards.NassauVOLUNTEERINGWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers teach basic computer skills to student groups and senior citizen group. Volunteer sewing instructor needed to teach community residents. High School, College-age, Adults.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESBELLPORT, HAGERMAN, EAST PATCHOGUE ALLIANCE, INC.
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers needed for general office work and to assist at fund-raising Special Events. Weekdays 9am-5pm, for clerical, special events as scheduled; Mon-Sat 10am-4pm. Request minimum of 3-4 hours weekly.NassauVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESCENTRAL NASSAU GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers needed to work in direct service programs, Hospital Thrift Shop and Gift Shop. Physical required (hospital expense). Computer or clerical skills a plus. Physical stamina necessary for many of the direct service program volunteer needs. Seven days per week 8am-8pm. Request minimum commitment of one day a week for four hours. High School-age 14+, College-age, and Adults.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESJOHN T. MATHER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers needed to assist in office work, primarily filing, typing and telephone work. Flexible hours, weekdays 9am-noon or 1pm-5pm. College-age, Adults, High School, AHORA SI volunteers tutor limited English-speaking children 5-12 years old in the areas of mathematics, writing, reading, social studies, science, etc. Mon, Tues, and Wed., 3pm-5pm. Volunteers needed to teach computer literacy from 10am-11am and 3pm-5pm.NassauVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESLA FUERZA UNIDA, INC.
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers needed to assist in individual programs, all administrative areas and development including data entry, word processing, filing and copying. Weekdays 9:30am-3pm and weekends. Flexible hours. High School, College-age, Adults, Retirees.NassauVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESLIFE'S WORC, INC.
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESSILO needs volunteers who enjoy being part of a team of all different people. Volunteers should have some of the following skills: Technology: Keep our IT running as efficiently as possible. Tasks include PC repair, networking, publication layout, and Web development. Maintenance: Keeping our space clean and professional for everyone. Whether you scrub desks, sweep floors, landscape, help with the trash, you are a valued member of our team. Park And Trails Assessment: Determining the accessibility of local parks and trails. This opportunity is for those who love the outdoors. Will train. Special Projects: Assist us in helping the Town of Brookhaven determine their access. Fund Raising Assistants/Development: Help SILO fulfill and expand its mission of delivering the most comprehensive services available. No experience necessary, must have enthusiasm and call us.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESSUFFOLK INDEPENDENT LIVING ORGANIZATION (SILO)
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESUnited Cerebral Palsy of Long Island(UCP-LI) Children's Center-Volunteers assist teacher with children in the classroom. Weekdays from 8:30 am-2:30pm in our Commack Location. UCP-LI Residential Services Program- Volunteers accompany individuals we serve on recreational trips, assist with leisure-time and generally act as a companion to individuals with disabilities. Weekdays from 3:00pm-9:00pm, Weekdays 10:00am-7:00pm. Request commitment of 2 hours per week. High School, College as well as Adults. UCP-LI Volunteers needed for Funding Events at UCP-LI Special Events(Golf, Dinner Dance, 5K Walk etc.)-Volunteers may be called upon to handle registration, raffles, material distribution.Dates and times may vary by event. Minimal time commitment of 4hrs. High School, College-age and Adults needed.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESUCP OF LONG ISLAND
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers needed for CLERICAL ASSISTANCE in office and at special fund-raising events throughout the year. Orientation provided. Weekdays, flexible hours. College-age, Adults. Volunteers needed for CHILD CARE supervision while parent is in counseling. Basic training of effects of domestic violence on children provided. Must be 16 years or older. High School, College-age, and Adults. Volunteers with good listening and communication skills needed for EMERGENCY ROOM COMPANION PROGRAM in Suffolk County hospital emergency rooms and SANE center to provide emotional support, information and referrals to victims of domestic violence and sexual violence. Required 45-hour training. On-call hours for two 12-hour shifts per month. Request minimum 6 month commitment. College-age, Adults. Volunteers needed for SPEAKERS BUREAU to make educational presentations on the issues of domestic/sexual violence in schools, colleges and community groups. Extensive training on issues and public speaking provided. Flexible hours. College-age, Adults.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESSeeking volunteers for planning and running fundraisers, landscaping maintenance and handyman chores on houses for homeless families.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESWYANDANCH HOMES AND PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

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