We're inspired by, and thankful to, SeniorNet's more than 3,500 volunteers.
Read volunteer Mike Earley's article, A Virtuous Circle, about nonprofit volunteering that was published in the Long Island Pulse.
Read about the unexpected benefits of volunteering for Anne Tilly at the SeniorNet Learning Center in Roswell, GA.
View a timeline on the Charity Navigator website that recounts some of the pivotal moments in the development of America’s philanthropic sector.
HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER FOR SENIORNET?
Volunteer at a Learning Center.
SeniorNet’s Learning Centers are all run by a group of over 4000 dedicated volunteers who work in a variety of capacities to teach older adults computer and technology skills. To read about some of the common positions on our Learning Center Volunteer descriptions page.
If you are interested in volunteering with a local Learning Center please contact them directly to learn about specific opportunities at the center.
WHERE ELSE CAN I VOLUNTEER?
Volunteer Match Type in your zip code and how far you're willing to travel to see local technology volunteer opportunities.
There are over 500 regional volunteer centers in the United States working to match volunteers with nonprofits and other agencies who need them. To find the center nearest you, visit the Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network website and enter your zip code or state.
Idealist is an interactive site where people and organizations can exchange resources and ideas, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps toward building a world where all people can lead free and dignified lives. Search for volunteer opportunities at idealist.org.