Jobs, Internships & Volunteering

Job Opportunities

Salvation Army


Local non-profit seeking full-time administrative assistant for a busy front office. Candidate must be bilingual, proficient in MS Word and Excel. Must share our passion for helping others; be a problem solver, and able to multi-task. Salary based on experience.

Please send resume to:

Knowledge and Skills:
Bilingual (English-Spanish). Must be able to answer the phone and take messages. Ability to communicate with co-workers, clients and general public. Attends to clients and visitors with courtesy and respect. Ability to perform office work. Ability to understand our procedures, programs and keep records.

Software Skills: Basic computer knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Must have the ability to use new software with basic training.

Job Description:

· Greets clients and visitors. Answers phone and takes messages.
· Gives information to clients and visitors when required.
· Takes information from clients that come to pick up food and seek other services.
· Keeps clean records and enters information into data bases, including TEFAP.
· Supports all staff
· Organizes Community Service individuals and volunteers and records hours.
· Keeps track of pantry supplies and reports to supervisors when stock is low.
· Makes sure that there is always an adequate supply of food and commodities boxes.
· Organizes and keeps clean the various departments in the building
· Assist with holiday activities and data (Adopt-a-Family, Food Baskets, Bell Ringing, etc)

Starting Hearts is back in school and is hiring teachers. Starting Hearts expects to teach more than 10,000 people this year and needs more passionate and great teachers. If you’re interested in teaching our free Call.Push.Shock.TMclass or are interested in becoming qualified to teach American Red Cross, American Heart Association, or American Safety and Health Institute certification classes, let’s talk! Make some extra money and meet great people. Teaching is a blast and our instructors are awesome!

Contact Paige Arnold; 970.763.5306.

Eagle Schools has many openings:

East end preschool or infant/toddler assistant
West end preschool or infant/toddler assistant
Early childhood preschool teacher

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jody Ejnes, Operations Coordinator at 970-328-3947.
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Summer Positions with Rocky Mountain Youth Corps throughout Northwest Colorado

A program designed to provide leadership and hands-on workforce experience for youth. This is a crew-based format with 8-12 crew members (youth). Two Crew Leaders supervise, facilitate education curriculum, and engage in conservation based projects with youth in their communities. Crew-members are paid a weekly stipend. or 617-939-3234

Volunteer Opportunities

Want to promote your volunteer needs?

Simply fill out and return the Volunteer Job Sheet at the bottom of this page.

Looking for a fulfilling volunteer role serving Eagle County youth?

ERYC is able to engage, impact, discuss, convene and gather because of our strong community partnerships. Volunteers allow us to host events, create dialogue and work to keep youth a community priority. Throughout the year there are several ways to be involved.

Get involved with ERYC, email

Volunteer with Mountain Valley Horse Rescue

Whether you are looking to get your hands dirty on the ranch, or prefer to help behind the desk, MVHR welcomes volunteers for ranch help, administrative help, and horse help. They are looking for a few more people to help cover morning and night feedings as well as mid-day chores most days of the week. Check out to see when help is needed, or contact Amy with questions and to sign up for any of our upcoming volunteer opportunities.

Eagle Valley Library District Volunteer Program

The Eagle Valley Library District is pleased to announce a diverse range of opportunities to volunteer at each of our libraries! Each position requires varying lengths of commitment and training. Volunteers will gain job skills, personal growth, and a sense of community involvement. We provide a safe, pleasant environment and the opportunity to meet people from a diverse range of backgrounds.

For more information, visit or email

Girl Scouts of Colorado
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Imagine all of the amazing activities that Eagle Valley Girl Scouts have the opportunity to explore with you as their volunteer! For more information on how you can help, please e-mail Cricket Hawkins

SpeakUp ReachOut

SpeakUp ReachOut: The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley is a group of individuals throughout Eagle County who are dedicated to providing suicide prevention education and resources for those in need.

Signs of Suicide (SOS): The SOS Signs of Suicide program is an award-winning, nationally recognized program designed for middle and high school-age students. The program teaches students how to identify the symptoms of depression and suicidality in themselves or their friends, and encourages help-seeking through the use of the ACT® technique (Acknowledge, Care, Tell).

QPR Trainings: Become a QPR Trainer and teach ordinary citizens how to recognize a mental health emergency and how to get a person at risk the help they need. It is also an action plan that can result in lives saved.

If you would like to volunteer for the organization, please contact Erin.

Bright Future Foundation

Calling all volunteers--if you're passionate about advocating on behalf of women and children in crisis, Bright Future Foundation has just the opportunity for you! Bright Future will be offering a 40 hour intensive advocate training. Upon successful completion, volunteer advocates will join Bright Future's team in providing crisis intervention and emotional support to women, men and child survivors of domestic and sexual violence. For more info and to register, call 970-763-7209.

Buddy Mentor

Be someone who matters to someone who matters. The mission of Buddy Mentors is to connect youth in the Vail Valley with committed adult role models who will provide encouragement, companionship, and life skills enhancement through a mentoring relationship. Buddy Mentors provides volunteers with ongoing support and training as well as invitations to various recreational activities for mentors and mentees. To take the next step in becoming a Senior Buddy, please contact Janet Casson at 970-763-7212.

Volunteer Job Sheet


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Eagle River Youth Coalition - Making Youth a Community Priority
Physical Address: 34520 US Highway 6, C10 | Edwards, CO 81632
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4613 | Edwards, CO 81632
Phone: 970.949.9250 |
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