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OrganizationMedical/Non-MedicalBrief DescriptionStaff MemberContact InfoRequirements
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Tradition's Health Care & HospiceMedicalTradition's HCH provides in-home and end-of-life care to terminally ill patients.Application and two reference forms, both of which can be found on their website.
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Scotty's HouseMedicalThe mission of Scotty's House is to provide safety, healing and justice for children victimized by abuse through professional assessment, counseling and education.info@scottyshouse.orgApplication packet and three reference forms, found on the Scotty's House website.
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College Station Medical CenterMedicalVolunteers at the CS Medical center have a myriad of opportunities to choose from - be sure to look at the "Nursing Support" where you can assist nurses with tasks such as rounding on patients!Jeff Borcherdingjeff.borcherding@csmedcenter.comVolunteer Application found on the CS Med Center website.
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Howdy FarmNon-MedicalThe Howdy Farm is a student-run organic, sustainable farm on the campus of Texas A&M University.Corey Wahlthehowdyfarm@gmail.comSimply sign up on the Howdy Farm website!
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The Bridge PantryNon-MedicalOn Thursdays from 5-7:30, the Bridge Ministries orchestrates a food pantry where they provide food to the low income and homeless individuals that reside in Bryan/College Station.Elise Mockelise@thebridgeministries.comVolunteer application found on the Bridge Ministries website.
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Bryan AnimalNon-MedicalVolunteers may assist with caring for animals, cleaning cages/kennels/kennel area, locating animal owners, general cleaning, and other needsVolunteer application found on the Bryan Animal Center website.
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Boys & Girls Club of Brazos ValleyNon-MedicalVolunteers assist staff with Club members in the various areas of the Club, from helping with homework to game room and gym activities, as well as helping us with various special events throughout the year.Tiffany Parkertparker@bgcbv.orgApplication found on BGCBV wesbite; brief orientation required before you may begin to volunteer.
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Habitat for HumanityNon-MedicalHFH has numerous opportunities available for students - including building homes, volunteering at the HFH resale store, and serving as a translator at build sites!Madeline Zwickemzwicke@habitatbcs.orgDecide in what area you'd like to volunteer, select from the available dates on their website and sign up!
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