Durham has been recognized by numerous publications for the strength of its job market, but that doesn't always mean it's easy to find what you're looking for. The same goes for volunteering: Durham is a welcoming, friendly place, but it's not always clear where to start looking for opportunities. That's why we've put together this searchable list of resources to help you jump right in.
In addition to opportunities in the community, you can volunteer at the Durham Visitor Info Center. Learn more about the Visitor Info Center, or fill out the following form to volunteer.
The Durham Wayfinders program pairs volunteers with facilities, festivals, and opportunities around the city so you can enjoy Durham’s unique events while working alongside fellow Durhamites. Learn how to become a part of this volunteer program. Read More
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A community partnership dedicated to helping Durham youth graduate from high school, pursue secondary education, and secure living-wage work.
Offers services for job seekers: free computer and Internet access, resume preparation, information on the job market, help with job searches, career guidance and assessment, information on training …
A citywide initiative fostering mentoring relationships between police officers and children.