There are many volunteer opportunities available to serve the members of this appreciative East Palo Alto community.
An orientation is provided for all volunteers.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes
This is an ideal volunteer opportunity for individuals who have a passion for teaching others and are comfortable speaking in front of other adults. Day and evening times are available, and volunteers are welcome on a short or long term commitment. Volunteers do not need to be fluent in Spanish to teach these classes, though some Spanish knowledge is helpful.
This is one of the most popular offerings at the Rosalie Rendu Center for both volunteers and students. Volunteers converse with students in a friendly environment. Day times are available, and volunteers are welcome on a short or long term commitment.
Executive Coach George Clark Finds Volunteering at RRC An Enriching Experience
The Rosalie Rendu Center has many wonderful donors, volunteers and staff, one of whom is George Clark. George and his wife, Susan Williams-Clark, became involved with the Rosalie Rendu Center in 2000 when the RRC purchased Carriage Manor Apartments. They have both been donors since then. Recently George wanted to participate personally in volunteer work with an organization that works extensively with families.
Homework Club and Tutoring
Volunteers are regularly needed to support students (grades K-12) in a one-on-one setting after school on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. This opportunity is available only to adult volunteers.
No volunteer positions available
The Rosalie Rendu Center is continually innovating and creating new offerings for its students, and welcomes new ideas and volunteer expertise. Past special projects have included hosting a one-day activity or skill-based class like jewelry making, basic computer skills, financial planning and gardening. Please click the button below if you are interested in offering a special opportunity at the Center.