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Make a difference in your life and the lives of others by reaching out to people with disabilities in your community. ORCA provides volunteers with a variety of interesting and challenging options. Volunteers will gain experience and training in the field of outdoor recreation and have many chances to "get out" with fun and diverse groups of people from your community. This program is partially supported by grants from the City and Borough of Juneau.
ORCA Summer Volunteers
Come explore Southeast AK with our participants as we hike, bike, kayak, rock climb through the wilderness all summer! The ORCA Program offers many summer courses, events and youth summer camps and campouts that need helping hands and support. If you're interested and or have experience in summer outdoor recreation pursuits on water or land join our volunteer team and make a difference while having a blast outside!
ORCA Summer Internship
ORCA offers a unique internship oppotunity that will both enrich and challenge students skills in outdoor recreation leadership and communication skills. Applicants must be a current undergraduate or graduate student. Students pursuing degrees or with experience in Recreation Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Outdoor Leadership are preferred. College credit is available through University of Alaska Southeast (UAS). Minimum commitment of 10 hours/week from June-Aug.
Only Fools Run @ Midnight Volunteers!
Come volunteer for SAIL’s 30th Annual Only Fools Run at Midnight in June 2014! Volunteers are needed to help guide runners along the 5km and 1mi courses. All volunteers will receive a complimentary race t-shirt. To get involved, please contact Lindsay Hallvik at (907)-586-0104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ORCA Adaptive Ski & Snowboard Program
How to get involved:
2. Attend at least one full day ORCA Volunteer Training
2. Contact ORCA with your availability by the Wednesday before each weekend you'd like to volunteer: (907) 586-0104 or email@example.com
ORCA Winter Internship
Come gain valuable experience as Paid Intern for the ORCA Ski, Snowboard & Nordic Program. Learn adaptive ski & snowboard equipment and techniques in a fun, supportive and rewarding environment. Interns will have the opportunity to become Certified PSIA Adaptive Instructors while building rich relationships with both participants and program volunteers. Students pursuing degrees or with experience in Recreation Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Outdoor Leadership are preferred. Applicants must be proficient skiers or snowboarders. No prior instruction experience necessary. Opportunity for Eaglecrest Ski Area Lift Tickets or Season Pass. College credit is available through University of Alaska Southeast (UAS). Internship: Paid. Minimum commitment of 15 hours/week from Dec. - April.
Application Deadline: Dec.1, 2014 at 5:00pm
Contact: Tristan Knutson-Lombardo
907-586-4920 ext. 407
Tell us your thoughts about your experience as an ORCA volunteer. Click here to fill out a 2014 Ski & Snowboard Volunteer Survey.