Community Partners

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Computer Core

  • Computer CORE a community based, volunteer driven non-profit to help low-income adults acquire the technological & life skills they need to pursue career aspiration

 

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Seven Corners Children’s Center

  • Seven Corners Children’s Center (SCCC):
    In 1971 after the civil disturbances in the district, there was emerging concern to provide child care for families with limited income and families confronted with problems dealing with immigration and/or minority issues. The concerns continue to shape our organization’s mission. SCCC a small non-profit, one of the first public/private partners in Fairfax County offering quality early childhood education to the Seven Corners community. www.sevencornerscc.org

 

Alternative House non-profit agency working with youth and their families, and homeless young adults

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Undergraduate Interns – Psych in the Community or Graduate Interns – Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Contact information: Susie Guido, LPC, Clinical Director, 703-356-6360, susie_guido@thealternativehouse.org
  • Website:www.thealternativehouse.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: Ongoing – please read information on the website under internship information

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AmeriCorps
One program within the Corporation for National and Community Service, AmeriCorps is a specific kind of funding that can provide part-time or full-time volunteers in your organization for a full year or more.


The Arc of Northern Virginia – Supporting people with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the Northern Virginia area

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Event planning – Large event on Saturday October 22, at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner.
    • Volunteers will be needed from 10am-12am.
    • Set-up: 10am -3:30pm
    • Silent auction volunteers: 4:00-9:00
    • Checkout: 8:30 – 10:30
    • Clean up: 10:30 – 12am
  • Contact information: Lynn Ruiz, 703-208-1119 x114, LRuiz@TheArcofNoVA.org
  • Website: http://www.thearcofnova.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: one time volunteer opportunity

Arlington County Department of Parks and Recreation

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: adapted aquatics, adapted ice skate night, Zombie Fun Run
  • Contact information: Hadyn Kihm, 703-228-4724, hkihm@arlingtonva.us
  • Website: https://parks.arlingtonva.us/come-volunteer-us/
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: ongoing and one-time opportunities

Britepaths, Inc

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students:
    • Lots of different opportunities, different times and locations
    • Help staff our Info Table and Fairfax City Fall Festival (for this opportunity sign up, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0c4aa4ac2eab9-fall6)
  • Contact information: Mila Cobos, 703-273-8829, mcobos@britepaths.org
  • Website: britepaths.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: Different projects, times and locations

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The Corporation for National and Community Service
This organization, sponsored by the federal government, provides grants, training and other resources to support the goal of providing opportunities for all American citizens to contribute to their communities in meaningful ways.


FACETS

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students:
    • Special Event Assistants – A Taste of Fall with FACETS 11.05.16 (one time)
    • Case Management Intern – Permanent Supportive Housing program ( ongoing)
    • Homework Help – Ragan Oaks Community Center (ongoing)
    • Front Desk Volunteers – (ongoing)
    • Van Maintenance Volunteer – (ongoing)
  • Contact information: D’Ivonne Holman, 703-865-4251, dholman@facetscares.org
  • Website: www.facetscares.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: All are ongoing except for A Taste of Fall with FACETS

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Fairfax County Office of Public Private Partnerships
The Office of Public Private Partnerships (OP3) develops partnerships between the business community and local community organizations that address critical needs in Fairfax County. OP3 creates and develops public private partnerships to stimulate positive change in the community and encourages civic involvement and responsibility. One of the goals of OP3 is to bring together resources between the public and private sectors to effectively transform the quality of life in the community. Fairfax County’s Volunteer Solutions is a partnership program of the Department of Family Services, Health Department, and Neighborhood and Community Services. Volunteer Solutions provides meaningful opportunities to improve the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities living in Fairfax County.

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Volunteers make a difference by delivering Meals on Wheels, helping with grocery shopping, medical appointments, or other errands. They also do social visiting for people in the community who are isolated. There are many other ways to support older adult participants at Senior Centers or Adult Day Health Care centers as well. Volunteer Solutions opportunities abound throughout Fairfax County.
  • Contact information: Volunteer Solutions, 703-324-5406 TTY 711, VolunteerSolutions@fairfaxcounty.gov
  • Website: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/OlderAdults
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: Volunteer Solutions has both ongoing and one-time event opportunities.

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Foundation Center, Washington DC
An excellent resource for information about grants and fundraising, including a directory of Foundations.


Hispanics Against Child Abuse & Neglect

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: tutors
  • Contact information: Carla Paredes, (571) 351-9774, info@hacan.org
  • Website: www.hacan.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: ongoing

KEEN Greater DC

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Volunteering with children with disabilities
  • Contact information: Sophia Venero, 301-461-3086, keengrdc.sophia@gmail.com
  • Website: keengreaterdc.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: ongoing

Keep Prince William Beautiful, Inc. is a non-profit environmental organization that serves Prince William County through partnering with residents, businesses and government to educate and inspire people to be environmental stewards and Keep Prince William Beautiful. Our Vision for Prince William County is one that ensures we are a premiere community that attracts residents, businesses and tourists; that has a strong community engagement and pride; and creates a clean, beautiful, sustainable environment for future generations. We offer programs spanning the issues of litter removal and education, recycling education and water quality improvement. We invite you to visit our programs pages where you will find information about each of our programs. There you can learn more about our work and how to get involved.

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Administrative Assistant Intern, Volunteer Coordinator Intern, Environmental Programs Intern, Fundraising and Development Inter, Volunteer, Green Community Intern
  • Contact information: Jen Medina, 571-285-3772, jmedina@kpwb.org
  • Website: http://kpwb.org/
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: ongoing

Kingsley Commons Computer Learning Center (CLCP)- A Fairfax County Afterschool program

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Helping homework, One-on-one reading/math tutor, robotic mentor
  • Contact information: Sandra Chavez, LPC, Clinical Director, (703) 698-1496 or (703) 889-7310, Sandra.Chavez@fairfaxcounty.gov
  • Website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/ncs/clcp.htm
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: Ongoing

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National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
Sponsored by the federal government’s Learn and Serve America, this resource provides background information on quality service-learning, information on funding resources, and helpful publications, such as Service-Learning in Community-Based Organizations.


NOVA Pregnancy of Fairfax/a branch of Sanctity of Life Ministries

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: The intern would be offered opportunities to learn about options to abortion. This would be accomplished through one on one interaction and educational films. An opportunity for enhanced, foundational training would be available in the fall or spring through the 9 week weekly Client Advocate workshop. The internship would include admin tasks such as answering calls, maintaining folders, entering data into WayCool, ordering supplies etc.
  • Mission: We exist to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and affirm life in the womb. We accomplish this through compassionate counsel, education and medical services like ultrasound imagery.
  • Contact information:Kay Gardner or Sami Mudzerow,703-278-5433,kay.gardner@slmpregnancy.org or sami.mudzerow@slmpregnancy.org
  • Website: slmgetinvolved.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: ongoing

OAR of Fairfax – OAR is a local non-profit restorative justice organization providing human services since 1971. Our history has its roots in the highest principles of human rights, and the most practical applications of a community’s enlightened self-interest and citizen action

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Internships, Mentoring, Service Coordinating, Adult Detention Instructor, Court Room Volunteer
  • Contact information: Lyla Novakowski, 703-246-3033, lnovakowski@oarfairfax.org
  • Website: www.oarfairfax.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: On Going- 1 year commitment for volunteering positions

VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance)

  • Types of opportunities for Mason students: Greeter, Screener, Tax Preparer, Spanish Interpreter, IT technical support
  • Contact information: Tatyana Chambers, 703-533-5702, Tatyana.chambers@fairfaxcounty.gov
  • Website: http://www.novacash.org
  • Is this a one time opening or an on going project: Seasonal, from January through April 15.

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Volunteer Fairfax
Volunteer Fairfax serves a network of more than 900 member public and private agencies in the region. The Center provides its members with a wide array of programs and service opportunities to enhance their effectiveness in meeting critical community needs. Volunteer Fairfax provides training, education and outreach opportunities to nonprofit members as well as to the broader community.