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We need passionate volunteers and competent staff to fulfill our mission to this community. The RE:center cannot operate without our dedicated, caring team. If you desire to serve your White Mountain neighbors, please browse the positions available. Before applying for a volunteer position, we ask that you tour our facility and meet our team to make sure we’re a good fit. 



If you have a skill that may be useful and is not represented in one of the volunteer positions below, feel free to contact us about how you desire to serve with the RE:center. We cannot accept every volunteer, but please reach out, tour our facility, and apply.

The RE:center retains the right to screen and select volunteers based on the principles and objectives of the project. The RE:center may terminate the volunteer relationship at any time for any reason, including, without limitation, if false or misleading information has been provided on an application or if there is misrepresentation of our program or services.

Hunger Relief Volunteer

This position will support the food service program at the RE:center. This position will prepare and serve meals to clients and make them feel welcome and comfortable. In addition, this position ensures that the food service program runs smoothly and provides our clients with a safe and clean environment.

RE:entry Mentor

The Community Mentorship Program offers formerly incarcerated individual case-plan management and placement with a volunteer mentor trained to provide resource referrals, assist with goal completion, and give emotional support and encouragement. Mentors are vital in reducing recidivism and increasing the chance of successful reentry. This program requires a one-year commitment including a six-month commitment to each participant. To learn more about the project, visit the RE:entry Mentorship Project page. 

Mama Mentor

The mentors for the Mama Mentorship Project develop a rewarding relationship with moms and their kids. During this relationship, mentors teach moms to use their time, skills, and gifts effectively while facing obstacles and joys together. Mentors help moms build bridges over barriers to resiliency and thriving lives. Become a cheerleader and inspiration to a mama who is losing hope and struggling to survive in our community. This is a one-year commitment. To learn more about the project visit the Mama Mentorship Project page.

Handyperson Volunteer

A handyperson would be a dream come true for our RE:center team. This position has flexible hours to complete service requests by the RE:center staff at your convenience. Tasks include simple projects like building shelves & desks, hanging office equipment, replacing light bulbs, fixing leaky faucets, installing paper towel dispensers, etc.

RE:source Investigator

This position will serve the Survive-to-Thrive initiative of the RE:center. As a RE:source Investigator, you will search for new resources for our clients, document the resource’s services in our online resource guide, and update the team on your findings. For more information about our Survive-to-Thrive initiative, please visit our program page

Greeting Volunteer

The Hospitality Volunteer must be capable of representing the RE:center with professionalism and kindness. This position is the clients’ first impression of the RE:center. The Hospitality Volunteer is responsible for greeting visitors and delivering exceptional customer service assistance. This entails answering calls and fielding them accordingly, addressing visitor questions and needs, and providing an overall welcoming environment. This oftentimes includes performing ad hoc administrative duties as needed.


Sometimes the RE:center has part-time and full-time staff positions available. Once you apply, your application will be reviewed and scored. If your application passes assessment, one of our team members will reach out and schedule an interview. All positions posted are open for a minimum of two weeks and a maximum of four weeks (or until the position is filled).

Tribal Outreach Liaison

The Tribal Housing Liaison is a critical role within the Housing Services Department of the RE:center. This position focuses on providing outreach and support services to homeless individuals from tribal communities, particularly on Tribal Lands. The primary objective is to collaborate with tribal housing authorities, tribal services, and other organizations on reservations to address barriers to housing and advocate for homeless tribal members. The Tribal Housing Liaison will work closely with the Housing Services team and tribal partners to streamline access to tribal housing services and off-reservation resources for tribal individuals experiencing homelessness.

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