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Make a difference, become a Volunteer

Summer Reading Program in MCLD Libraries
Girl with book Many MCLD libraries are looking for teens to volunteer to implement Summer Reading Programs and activities. Training is required. Visit the library near you for details...

Animal Volunteering and Fostering
Kitten in shelter MCACC is the nation’s second largest shelter. Sadly, we take in over 150 homeless animals every day! Volunteers provide care for our homeless animals from walking dogs to matching a family with their new kitten. It's easy to become a volunteer...

Parks and Recreation Volunteering
Parks and Recreation Park Cleanup and Beautification
Volunteer your time and skills to enhance a County park area that is near and dear to you. Whether time is spent painting, repairing or simply picking up litter, together we can preserve this amazing park system for all to enjoy. Get involved and give your land a hand!

Education Volunteer
Volunteer your time to help educate the community about your local county park. Obtain interpretive and resource information, answer questions about park features, or lead/assist during educational programs.

To learn more about programs offered or volunteer opportunities at a park near you, click here or call 602-506-2930.

Elections
Elections Department Students that are at least 16 years old can work at polling places on Election Day as full-fledge workers with all of the responsibilities and rewards. Participate in STEP UP! Become one of the Student Teen Election Poll workers Understanding the Power of civic duty.

See a sample brochure and submit your application to participate.

Become an Election Worker: If you are voting age and want to become a poll worker, obtain Election Board Worker Information and apply.