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Most local RESOLVE programs and services are run by dedicated volunteers who graciously donate their time and talent. If you have found our services as helpful as many others have, and if you would like to give something back to RESOLVE, please consider becoming a volunteer. We have many exciting volunteer opportunities with varying levels of time commitment, no previous experience is required for many of the positions, and most can be done from home according your own schedule. Come join our committed and fun group of volunteers! For more information or to volunteer for one of these positions, please contact email@example.com.
HelpLine Volunteer (2-4 hours per month):
Help others who are just starting out on their path to resolution, by sharing your own experience and expertise. Check messages on one assigned day per week. These messages will come from people throughout the Mountain region, and there may be 0-5 calls on a given day. You do not need a dedicated phone line or other technology to volunteer. In total, the time requirement is about 10-30 minutes per week depending on the call volume. Training is provided. For more information, please contact Betsy Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orange County Education Coordinator (4-6 hours per month):
The local Education Coordinator manages all aspects of the educational activities of the Local Affiliate of RESOLVE. With the assistance of other local volunteers, the Education Coordinator plans the educational programming for the year, including identifying topics, speakers, dates and location. Reports to the local affiliate chair (volunteer). Specific duties may include:
For more information, contact Penny Joss Fletcher at email@example.com.
San Francisco and Los Angeles Professional Outreach Coordinator (2-4 hours per month):
The local Professional Outreach Coordinator assists RESOLVE in building and maintain relationships among family building professionals in the area. With the assistance of RESOLVE staff and other local volunteers, the Professional Outreach Coordinator provides information about local and national RESOLVE programs and services to reproductive endocrinologists, therapists, complementary medicine professionals, adoption agencies, attorneys, and others who serve the infertility community. Reports to the local affiliate chair (volunteer) and works with the Director of Constituent Services (staff) and Professional Outreach Manager (staff). Specific duties may include (but not all required):
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peer-led Support Group Host (2-4 hours per month):
Peer Support Group Hosts moderate a regularly scheduled meeting to discuss and share infertility or adoption related issues following RESOLVE policies and procedures. Training is provided. Volunteer hosts are responsible for some administrative task to promote and report their group meetings. Involves attendance at a quarterly continuing education teleseminar. The first step of the process is to listen to the recorded audio training "How to Start a Support Group." For a link to this recording, please send a request to email@example.com.
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