Volunteers are the backbone of ONE VOICE
We train you and equip you to help meet the needs of our community.
Volunteers are West Virginia’s greatest natural resource.
In West Virginia, extraordinary volunteers are involved daily in a wide range of activities, both formal and informal, in every imaginable aspect of local and regional life.
Volunteering is a powerful force for change and for community growth and development. The commitment of time and energy West Virginians have given reflects their dedication to improving lives and represents a vital contribution to our communities and society as a whole.
Below you will find tabs that will let you know what volunteer opportunities are available at One Voice.
Performs administrative and office support activities for multiple supervisors.
Duties may include:
- Fielding telephone calls
- Receiving and directing visitors
- Word processing
- Creating spreadsheets
- Creating presentations
- Computer and technology skills
- Internet research abilities
- Strong communication skills are required
- Staff in this category may also have the title of department assistant, coordinator or associate.
A powerful tool for community outreach!
Have Our One Voice Team Train Your Business, Church, Group!
We are providing FREE on-site training.
We help provide facilitators who are sensitive and trained in dealing with all formal or informal support groups.
This is especially relevant for communities with a high percentage of addiction!
- The Facilitator is effective in using core methods (distinguishes process from content).
- The Facilitator carefully manages the client relationship and prepares thoroughly .
- The Facilitator uses time and space intentionally.
- The Facilitator is skillful in evoking participation and creativity.
- The Facilitator is practiced in honoring the group and affirming its wisdom through scripture.
- The Facilitator is capable of maintaining objectivity and confidentiality.
Call Wyoming County 304-732-7701 or Raleigh County 681-238-5724 for details.