Volunteer at Neighbors Link

Neighbors Link offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for adults, teens, families and groups. Volunteer opportunities may be long-term, short-term or occasional. Both day and evening schedules are available. The first step in your volunteer journey is to fill out our volunteer application. Please click on the link below to fill out a volunteer application and to register for a volunteer orientation.

Volunteer Application Form

Volunteer Orientation Registration

Please contact Amy Werner, Volunteer Manager, (914) 666-3410, ext. 16 or awerner@neighborslink.org to discuss any questions you may have.

Upcoming Program Changes and Cancellations

Adelante Juntos: Closed May 29, Closed June 26 - July 7

Thursday ESL: Closed April 13

Tuesday ESL: Closed April 11, Last class is May 30

Tuesday/Thursday Daytime ESL: No closures or changes

Childcare Evening Program: Closed April 11, April 13, May 29, June 6

Learning Links: Closed April 10-14, April 17, May 29. Last day of Learning Links is June 9.

Volunteer Opportunities

Language Skills

ESL Tutoring/Tutoring Assistant – tutor students in English as a second language and assist teachers. Teachers are trained Westchester Community College instructors and/or volunteers. Curriculum and training will be provided by staff.
Tuesdays (HS Tutors) and Thursdays (Adult Tutors): 7:00 – 8:30 pm

ESL Conversation Groups – Conduct small group sessions with learners who wish to practice their English conversation skills.
Various times available, contact Volunteer Manager to discuss

Rosetta Stone Computer ESL – assist learners/clients who are using the Rosetta Stone program on Neighbors Link computers to learn English.

Various times available, contact Volunteer Coordinator to discuss.


Family Center Programs

Adelante Juntos/Parent-Child Together Classes – volunteers assist the teacher during Neighbors Link parenting and child development classes for young children. You will have the opportunity to interact with young children and support the teacher in guided activities.
Monday 10 – 12:00, Wednesdays 1 – 3:00 and Thursdays 10 – 12:00. Volunteers are asked to arrive thirty minutes before class.

Learning Links -TEENS ONLY – assist teachers at our after-school program in Mt. Kisco Elementary School. Provide academic support and activities for students in grades K – 5.
Monday through Friday: 3:00 – 5:00 pm

Children’s Evening Program – assist staff providing childcare to the children of parents participating in evening education programs.
Monday through Thursday: 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Family Night – Prepare and deliver a buffet meal to an evening workshop for families.
Every other Friday: 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Family Night Childcare – assist teacher and care for children of families participating in an evening workshop.
Friday: 6:30 – 9:00pm

Summer Links - Volunteers work with elementary age children in the classrooms of Mount Kisco Elementary School over the summer. Note that all volunteer positions for Summer 2017 are full.

Administrative Support

Librarian – help maintain onsite lending library

Database Assistant – help with data entry

Administrative Volunteer / Intern – provide administrative and telephone support

iming: flexible

Special Events/Projects

Special Events – Volunteer for fundraising events, program activities and holiday celebrations.
October – Harvest Food Drive, Family Health Day
November- Thanksgiving Dinner for clientsDecember – Holiday Festival

Special Projects – conduct drives for winter coats, food and household grocery items to support programs and clients.

Questions? Please contact Amy Werner, Volunteer Coordinator, (914) 666-3410, ext. 16 or awerner@neighborslink.org