Contact Jennifer Tran at firstname.lastname@example.org to post volunteer opportunities.
To become a volunteer for Baton Rouge General, complete the online volunteer application at www.brgeneral.org/volunteer and click “apply to volunteer”. Once the application is received, applicants will be contacted to attend an orientation, complete a TB skin test, and receive a flu shot provided free of charge.
UPDATE: The Old State Capitol is open to the public for socially-distanced, self-guided tours. Visitors, staff and volunteers are required to wear masks at all times in the building. Hand sanitizing stations, stanchions and plexi-glass are in place to protect volunteers and guests. Operating hours remain 10-4 Tuesday through Friday and 9-3 on Saturdays.
The Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge is in need of volunteers. Opportunities may range for regularly schedule shifts to project-by-project basis. Volunteers may assist in areas such as Special Exhibitions, Front Desk area, Special Events and Guided Tours. To learn more about these opportunities, click here.
Learn more about Louisiana’s Old State Capitol by clicking this link: http://www.louisianaoldstatecapitol.org/
For more information, contact Jami Williams, Volunteer Coordinator, at (225) 219-6132 or email@example.com.
Your gifts of compassion and care can make an amazing difference in the lives of patients and their families. Often we underestimate the power that a smile, a caring word or the smallest act of kindness can have on someone. Volunteers can provide support to patients and families through direct patient care, administrative duties, special events, veteran support and projects. Some examples are of direct patient care include visitation with patient and family, providing relief for a caregiver, reading to patient, assisting with housekeeping, playing cards or other games, assisting with yard work, running errands, being a silent presence or walking a dog.
All volunteers are required to have a background check, drug screen and Hospice Training that can be completed through an online portal. Please feel free to contact Paige Abshire, Manager of Volunteer Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (337) 849-5229.
Your gifts of compassion and care can make an amazing difference in the lives of patients and their families. Often we underestimate the power that a smile, a caring word or the smallest act of kindness can have on someone. Volunteers can provide support to patients and families through direct care or administrative duties. Some examples are visitation with patient and family, providing relief for a caregiver, reading to patient, assisting with housekeeping, play cards or other games, assisting with yard work, running errands or walking a dog are just a few of the ways a volunteer can help.
All volunteers are required to have a background check, drug screen and Hospice Training that can be completed with online portal or taught by Manager of Volunteers. Please feel free to contact Traci Hawthorne at (337) 828-2678.
UPDATE: JA Day programs will be conducted virtually through Zoom. JA will set up the Zoom meetings with volunteers and walk them through the virtual process. The day of the event, volunteers will sign on to the designated link by 8:40 am at which time they will be placed in a break out room, and then put their class in the break out room as well.
Junior Achievement – Greater Baton Rouge and Acadiana is looking for volunteers for its virtual JA Day program. Junior Achievement programs teach kids K-12 financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work-readiness. Watch this video for more information about the program: https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-idaho/ja-in-a-day-video
Volunteers can call 225-928-7008 if there are any questions. Completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com
Child Advocacy Services is one of 18 programs in Louisiana recruiting and training CASA volunteers to advocate for children. Child Advocacy Services’ CASA program serves Ascension, Assumption, East and West Feliciana, Livingston, St. Charles, St. Helena, St. James, St. John and Tangipahoa Parishes across Southeast Louisiana. CASA Volunteers are trained to advocate for safe permanent homes for abused and/or neglected children.
The volunteer position requires an Advocate to visit a child in their placement, gather information, communicate with their supervisor, and make recommendations to the court. CASA volunteers receive 30 hours of pre-service training and 12 hours of continued education annually. An application can be accessed by following the link below https://childadv.net/become-a-volunteer. For program information outside of Child Advocacy Services area visit https://louisianacasa.org/local-programs/
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Donna Bliss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRSL retirees who return to work in a position eligible for TRSL membership are subject to the state’s return-to-work law. Before applying to any of these job postings, please contact TRSL to see if and how this law may affect you and your TRSL retirement benefits. Click here for an overview of the return-to-work law. You can also call TRSL at (225) 925-6446 or toll-free outside the Baton Rouge area at 1-877-275-8775.
Contact Jennifer Tran at email@example.com to post job opportunities.
Are you looking for a great part time opportunity to help students as they achieve success? Passionate Test Administrators (Proctors) are needed for the Spring 2021 Louisiana State Assessments. We want you to be a part of our talented team!
This is a temporary position for the following dates and locations:
Lafayette & Hammond – April 26-30
New Orleans – May 3-7
Monroe & Shreveport – May 10-14
- High School Diploma
- Punctual, reliable, professional – individual MUST be able to commit to being at the test site on the dates indicated during the times needed
- Attention to detail
- Previous experience in a professional setting such as customer service industry, administrative assistant, teacher, etc.
- At least 2-3 years of consistent work experience
- Ability to sit/stand for long periods of time
Masks are required.
Cignition is actively recruiting retired teachers interested in tutoring underserved students in grades K-12 for this school year and summer.
Tutors are paid for their sessions through grants we’ve been awarded or through our district contracts.
For more information on this opportunity, https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vw-mcWRlKutvLYaiNN8RqMsVtC5MRTk1Gzihiy_YPYY/edit?usp=sharing
You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding this opportunity.
Consolidated Safety of Acadiana is in need of full-time and part-time Driver’s Education Instructors for both the Lafayette and Lake Charles locations. Drivers Ed instructor will teach in the classroom and behind the wheel instruction to students.
No Experience Necessary – Initial training will be provided by Consolidated Safety. Flexible hours are available.
- Be a person of good moral character and reputation
- Meet all the applicable requirements of the Department of Public Safety Office of Motor Vehicles
- Hold at least a valid Class “D” Louisiana Chauffeur license.
- Pass a national background check.
- Be at least 21 years of age.
Contact Jeanne Fontenot, Office Manager at 337-504-5716 for any questions.
Trinity Driving School has a long standing business of 21 years. We are in need of behind the wheel instructors who want to work with teenagers and adults. We are willing to train. This is a great job for retired bus drivers, teachers, coaches, and professionals. This is also a great part time job for college students seeking their Masters. We have both full time and part time positions available. You can set your own schedule.
Clean driving record
Able to pass a State and Federal back ground check
This position is always hiring.