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NYC Service Newsletter

Clinton Global Initiative Doc to Dock is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was originally inspired by the Clinton Global Initiative in 2005. Everyday in the United States, thousands of tons of unused medical supplies are either incinerated or sent to landfills. At the same time in developing nations, thousands of patients are turned away from hospitals and medical centers due to a lack of these supplies. Doc to Dock is dedicated to correcting this imbalance and improving our environment by gathering and redistributing these vitally needed supplies to countries in the developing world. Our shipments of medical material have brought hope and healing to countless patients and decreased our carbon footprint in the process.

Ways to Help:

Doc to Dock is dedicated to improving global health while helping our environment through the recovery and redistribution of surplus medical and surgical supplies to developing countries. We need your help. Doc to Dock’s operations and success depend on the efforts of its volunteers.

Volunteer Time or Talent:

• Please join us in this humanitarian mission. We invite you to volunteer in our Brooklyn warehouse to sort and prepare medical supplies for shipment and/or to help with our many ongoing projects. People with computer, IT, graphics and grant writing experience are vitally needed. To volunteer, contact us at volunteer@doctodock.org or call 718 852-0655.

• Doc to Dock offers internship programs with flexible hours. Obtain school credit while helping to save lives.

Doc to Dock, Inc.
300 Douglass Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
1.718.852.0655
www.doctodock.org

NYC Needs your BLANK

We Are New York College Ambassadors/University Recruiter

Our office recently launched a  Community Campaign based on the nine episode Emmy nominated series We Are New York. The campaign strives to reach the tens of thousands of New Yorkers who need help with English through free conversation classes in community centers, public schools and religious institutions. We’re looking for a University Recruiter(s) at CUNY who would be part of the campaign to help us identify host sites, conduct outreach to students who are interested in facilitating classes for adult New Yorkers (mostly new immigrants), and manage them at their individual campuses or Universities.

We Are  New York Job Description
Title: WANY College Ambassadors/University Recruiter

The WANY Ambassador’s role in We Are  New York  is to expand the program through outreach via the following methods:

- Contact   University administration to disseminate information about We Are New York.
- Arrange meetings with administrative staff (in the offices of honors programs, campus life, community service, leadership programs, and other related offices) to present information on We Are New York's mission, and on how students can become involved on and off their respective campuses.
- Establish connections with various offices that deal with students/student involvement.
- Recruit students in their respective campuses or University to be volunteer facilitators.
- Locate and recruit sites throughout NYC to host the We Are  New York classes  for facilitators and students.
- Make presentations about We Are New York

Commitment: 6 to 12  hours/week for a semester and mostly work at their respective schools. They will be corresponding with the Mayor’s Office of Adult Education via email and phone. Once a month they will all convene to discuss strategies and share success stories. At the start of the program, they will have an orientation and meet the staff at the Mayor’s Office.

For more information about this opportunity contact Ms. Kunchok Dolma at kdolma@cityhall.nyc.gov or call 212-676-0352. For more information about We Are New York, visit www.nyc.gov/LearnEnglish

NYC Needs your BLANKHelp "Shape Up" NYC!
Shape Up New York, a program of the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, offers free fitness programming for all ages in recreation centers, schools, and community centers across the City.In partnership with NYC Service, Shape Up is currently seeking volunteers who are trained fitness instructors to teach or assist exercise classes - from martial arts to dance, yoga or aerobics. Apply online.

Help to Financially Empower New Yorkers
Volunteer with the Office of Financial Empowerment and be a part of the effort to make New Yorkers financially stronger. There are several Financial Empowerment Centers (FEC) through out the five boroughs to assist New Yorkers with their financial well being. FEC is currently in need of volunteers to serve as interpreters for Spanish speaking clients, to assistant in preparing taxes, and to give basic financial counseling to low-income individuals and families.

Click here to volunteer with an FEC in your community or for other opportunities to give back to your community. You can search by ZIP code, interest area, skill set or by keywords.

NYC.govInspire Achievement in the South Bronx
The Phipps Volunteer Tutoring Project is an innovative volunteer tutoring program for residents of the South Bronx. Share your expertise with youth and adults from low-income communities who are eager to achieve their academic goals and move their lives forward. Give your expertise now! 

 
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