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Become A Volunteer

The Urban League of Metropolitan
St. Louis, Inc. Volunteer Network

Service that Empowers

Be the Change you want to see.  Join the movement to help St. Louis families secure economic self sufficiency.

The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis seeks caring, talented, giving individuals to help carry out the agency’s mission and goals. Without volunteers, the Urban League would be far more limited in what it can do for our community.  Volunteers serve as grandparents in our Head Start program. They are mentors to at-risk youth.  They devote their expertise  and know-how on program committees, distribute food in food pantries, and answer phones at receptionist desks. Currently, more than 600 individuals contribute to make a tremendous difference in Urban League services. Urban League volunteers do it all, because they want to make a difference.

Do you?

Who Volunteers? Individuals, Corporate teams, Families, Youth, Retirees, College and University Students, and You! How Can You Help? As an Urban League volunteer you’ll be matched in a position that meets your needs and interests.

Just some of our available positions include:

New Opportunities – Project Ready – Mentor (Small Monthly Stipend Available)
New Opportunities – Project Ready – Tutor (Small Monthly Stipend Available)

Assistant Voter Registrar

Auxiliary Liason

Community Organization Assistant

Computer Training Coach

Data Entry

Employment Assistant

Federation of Block Union Member

Get Out the Vote Organizer

Get Out the Vote Worker

Guild Member

Mentor

Outreach Center Worker

 

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For more information email volunteer@urbanleague-stl.org

Download A Volunteer Application Here

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