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volunteering at NCJC Volunteers are a part of everyday activity at the Neighborhood Centers of Johnson County, and essential to the fulfillment of our mission to help individuals and families successfully navigate life’s transitions. We feel it is important for residents of Johnson County to participate in our efforts, contribute to the greater good of the community, provide us with feedback on our programming, and access opportunities for personal and professional growth. Volunteers allow our programs to draw upon the diversity of talents and ideas present in our neighborhoods and Johnson County as a whole. We currently have the following volunteer positions available: Building and Grounds Manager and LEAD Program Tutor. Please review the job descriptions and apply today!

To apply email or mail an application to Voluneer Coordinator Sue Freeman, sue-freeman@ncjc.org, PO BOX 2491, Iowa City, IA 52244, or stop by either location to drop it off.

After applications are received, the Volunteer Coordinator will schedule interviews with applicants. Volunteers are selected based on results of interviews, reference and background checks, and availability of volunteer opportunities.

Upon placement, a volunteer will receive an agency orientation and program-specific orientation. Additional training opportunities will be available to volunteers depending on position.