Volunteer Opps

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Poll Workers are needed for the 2014 General Election, Signup Now

The Board of Election Commissioners of St. Louis County is in need of Poll Workers to staff our 450 polling places for county elections throughout the year. This is a paid position that requires attending a training class prior to working any election. There are current openings to work the November 4, 2014 election. The … Continue reading

Millennials Pave the Way as Next Generation of St. Louis County Leadership, Join Us

St. Louis County Government workforce has a thriving millennial population; these millennials are movers and shakers and have shaken things up for the region by establishing the first local government organization for young leaders; the group was formed in 2011 as the St. Louis County Young Professionals and, after an in depth strategic planning process … Continue reading

St. Louis County Dedicates Wedding Garden at Jefferson Barracks to Longtime Parks Volunteers

Throughout the past nine years, John and Bonnie Lorenz have donated more than 13,500 hours of service to the Saint Louis County Parks Department, which is equivalent to almost seven full time staff. Together they have had more than 100 different combinations of job titles and have been instrumental in assisting with events, trail projects, honeysuckle … Continue reading

Join Animal Care & Control’s 100 Dogs of Walking, St. Louis County Volunteer Corner-May

From driving around seniors in your community to walking animals to helping adults and children with disabilities, there are a plethora  of volunteer opportunities throughout St. Louis County. If you know of some volunteer opportunities in St. Louis County. Email them to Candace Jarrett, communication coordinator, cjarrett@stlouisco.com. Write Volunteer Opportunity in the subject line. Check out several below: St. Louis County … Continue reading

County Executive Dooley Salutes Volunteers for Work with Inmates

On Sat., April 26, 2014 more than 350 volunteers heard two words–thank you. They were recognized for time devoted to inmates as part of the St. Louis County Justice Services Volunteer Program. Volunteers teach classes about confidence, anger and stress management, parenting, writing and grammar, and re-entry into the community. They also instruct physical fitness classes and … Continue reading

St. Louis County Employees Show Blues Pride, Support Adopt-A-Family

The St. Louis Blues may not have become the 2014 Stanley Cup Champs. but St. Louis County Employees are used the opportunity raise money for those in need. Employees donated $1 to support  the County’s Adopt-a -Family Program and show Blue Note pride by dressing down in jeans and sporting St. Louis Blues apparel on April 18. Employees who were Chicago … Continue reading

Signup Now: Government Academy Begins May 7

It’s that time of year again. For those looking to learn more about how county government functions, St. Louis County Government Academy signup is open. Click here to learn more about the program. Click here to apply.   The academy starts May 7, 2014. There will be an orientation on April 30. Participants will meet each Wednesday … Continue reading

St. Louis County Volunteer Corner-April

From driving around seniors in your community to helping adults and children with disabilities, there is a plethora  of volunteer opportunities throughout St. Louis County. Check out a couple below: Submit Volunteer Opportunities If you know of some volunteer opportunities in St. Louis County. Email them to Candace Jarrett, communication coordinator, cjarrett@stlouisco.com. Write Volunteer Opportunity in the subject … Continue reading

St. Louis County Volunteer Corner

From walking dogs to helping keep our parks clean, there is a plethora of volunteer opportunities throughout St. Louis County. Check out a couple below:  St. Louis County Animal Care & Control As it begins to warm consider a way to give back and exercise. Walk a pet in need of a little attention. Saint Louis … Continue reading

Help Seniors Age Smart, Age Well

The Age Smart, Age Well computer class is seeking volunteers knowledgeable of computer technology to  teach computer education classes to participants age 50 and older. The computer class volunteer will help participants understand how to use smart phones, social media, SKYPE, Picasa, and PhotoImpact in small group settings. The classes are hosted at different locations … Continue reading