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Work-Study and Volunteering - The Path of Service
Helping IDP Thrive and Engaging Your Practice
At the heart of The Interdependence Project are two branches of service: Volunteering and Work-Study. Both are essential to maintaining our programs and curriculum, and are wonderful ways to become engaged and involved in our community. Volunteering is a true act of generosity, and our wonderful Volunteers donate their efforts and talents to IDP without asking or receiving anything in return. In our Work-Study Program, we compensate members' efforts with free or reduced-cost admission to classes and events.
Donate your time to help with tasks and projects as varied as filing, party planning, spring cleaning, errands, research and more. Hours and commitment are flexible, though reliability is important to ensure that IDP operates efficiently. We welcome volunteers from all professions and backgrounds, and if you have a special skill, such as marketing, publicity, or handyman abilities, that you'd like to share with us, please contact us to discuss a special project! To begin volunteering, just e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Graphic designers
- Web developer
Our Work-Study program allows students to participate in our classes and workshops in exchange for their help before, during, and after events. To apply for this program, you must complete the Work-Study application below, including the statement of intention. If eligible, you will be contacted for confirmation. If you've done work-study at IDP before and would like to continue, please contact email@example.com to discuss going forward.
Work-Study Member Responsibilities
- Complete the application below.
- Arrive to your scheduled work shifts on time.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org before your work shift begins if you are ill and cannot attend.
- Make other arrangements with email@example.com in advance if you cannot keep your schedule.