Help an adult learner improve their reading, writing, listening, and/or speaking skills. Help someone finish their GED or apply for a better job. Meet at a convenient, public location like a library. Service area includes St. Croix, Polk, and/or Pierce counties. Typical tutoring sessions are one hour each week for 6 months up to one year. Training & materials are provided. COVID vaccinations required. Call Stephanie Stark, Adult Education Program Coordinator at 715-410-4735 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOOD PANTRY VOLUNTEERS
- Help community members in need by volunteering your time at the Food Pantry located in downtown Boyceville. Duties include stocking shelves, unloading trucks, and packing boxes for community meal programs. Call Melissa Larson, Food Access & Resources Coordinator at 715-977-1191 or email email@example.com.
- Help unload semis and pack food boxes one day a month at 823 Main Street Boyceville WI. This takes place on the second Monday and Tuesday of every month in the morning during two 2.5-hour shifts. Please contact Nancy Johnson at 715-977-1167 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATA ENTRY VOLUNTEER
LOW-INCOME BOARD REP
West CAP’s Board of Directors includes one low-income representative for each of our seven counties – Barron, Chippewa, Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, and Polk. Elections for the low-income board positions are held every four years and the next term will begin May 2025. Meetings are once a month (except July & December) in Menomonie, WI. Currently we are conducting meetings in-person with the option to join virtually as needed. We reimburse your mileage, childcare, and pay a $150 monthly meeting stipend. We also provide a meal prior to the start of any in-person meeting. Based on 125% Federal Poverty Guidelines. If you are interested, please call Jessica Rudiger, Executive/Board Affairs Committee Liaison, at 715-280-3078, or email: email@example.com.
|Each Additional Person||+ $5,900|