Volunteering in the community is a great way to practice English!
Link to a PDF of places to volunteer:
"Make a Difference- Volunteer Guide"
Link to an online volunteering resource:
"Looking to Volunteer?"
Direct Links to a few places that need volunteers:
Volunteer to work with people with disabilities:
Help with sport activities, art, cooking, dance, and more! This is a really rewarding volunteer experience. Contact Kim and let her know that you are interested in volunteering at: Highland Community Center
Contact Kim Indurkar: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mentors Needed from all Cultural Backgrounds:
Big Brothers & Big Sisters
Job Search Assistance for ESL Students:
These organizations offer classes and resources to help non-native speakers with employment:
For Immigrant Healthcare Professionals:
If you were trained as a doctor, nurse, dentist, pharmacist, social worker, or in any other healthcare profession before you came to the U.S. and want to go back to your healthcare career, The Puget Sound Welcome Back Center will provide counseling and educational services to help prepare you to practice your healthcare profession in Washington state.
Visit the website: The Welcome Back Center