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volunteers

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at TASC!
As a growing non-profit, volunteers are essential in TASC being able to provide services in NWA.
If you’re interested in helping us reach our mission, please check out our volunteer opportunities.
Volunteers who want to volunteer directly with teens will be required to undergo background checks. There may be some training involved before being placed in an assignment.
event committee volunteer - open

Volunteers help plan and promote the event. They ensure everything is organized, from recruiting and motivating teams and sponsors to planning day-of-event festivities, virtual events, and alternative celebrations.

Day-of-event volunteers help with logistics, information, and many other important activities.

Volunteers give their time toward participating in the event and fundraising.

volunteer workshop instructor - open

Do you have a skill you’d like to share? Would you just like to be involved in groups? We’re always looking for new people to come in to teach or facilitate a group!

Volunteers help facilitate art, finance, cooking, or other educational activities in a group setting! If you have a skill you’d like to share, we’d like to know about it!

The groups are aged 13 to 19 years of age.

Art instructor volunteers would have a strong interest in applied arts, visual arts, music, holistic wellness, or crafts and have experience facilitating creatively educational activities for groups, especially involving children.

 

All volunteers must have enjoy working with teens and believe that teens offer a unique perspective. 

Volunteers are engaging, fun, energetic, and able to create meaningful connections with students in various settings, allowing for a positive learning environment where children’s creativity can thrive.

first steps volunteer mentor - closed for now

Volunteers meet with one young parent at a TASC location for mentorship, guidance, and helping with navigating parenthood and mentoring with life skills.

Volunteers develop a relationship with the youth in the aim of providing support, guidance, friendship, positive interaction, exposure to positive activities, opportunities to learn life skills and positive problem solving skills. 

Volunteers work to assist teens in further developing their daily life skills such as self-confidence, self-esteem, academic excellence and moral values. They also work to enable and help youth learn how to help themselves and encourage them to make their own decisions and take responsibility for them.

It’s important to demonstrate good character, emotional stability, and model good behavior.

Springdale or Rogers location.

6-8 hours per month.

all in committee volunteer - open

Volunteers help plan and promote the event. They ensure everything is organized, from recruiting and motivating teams and sponsors to planning day-of-event festivities, virtual events, and alternative celebrations.

Day-of-event volunteers help with logistics, information, and many other important activities.

Volunteers give their time toward participating in the event and fundraising.

Volunteers specifically work on and participate on committee for event in Janaury.

office volunteer - closed for now

admin volunteers help in a variety of ways, including helping with answering phones; taking messages and transferring calls; opening and sorting mail and faxes; organizing office spaces and files; greeting and assisting office visitors and volunteers; and helping with teen referrals and paperwork.

Short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities are available.

teen thrive volunteer mentor - closed for now

Volunteers meet with one teen at a TASC location for mentorship, guidance and mentoring with life skills.

Volunteers develop a relationship with the youth in the aim of providing support, guidance, friendship, positive interaction, exposure to positive activities, opportunities to learn life skills and positive problem solving skills. 

Volunteers work to assist teens in further developing their daily life skills such as self-confidence, self-esteem, academic excellence and moral values. They also work to enable and help youth learn how to help themselves and encourage them to make their own decisions and take responsibility for them.

It’s important to demonstrate good character, emotional stability, and model good behavior.

Springdale or Rogers location.

6-8 hours per month.

internships

Interns are an invaluable part of the TASC team. Interns work throughout TASC in various ways. There are opportunities for working directly with teens to provide services and support. Interns are also needed for our counseling, as well as creative services. 

counseling intern

not accepting applications right now.

teen thrive intern

we are not accepting applications at this time.

creative intern

we are not accepting applications at this time.

get involved with
TASC

    • Call our office at 479-636-TASC (8272).
    • Check out the calendar for in-person events and RSVP through the link.
    • You can refer a teen online too.
    • Apply online. Fill out through our application and someone will be in touch with you!