STOP N’ SERVE
Student Life Office 435-283-7121
The Stop n’ service bar is located in the Student Life Office
Volunteers can stop by to work on small projects whenever they have time.
ALTERNATIVE SPRING BREAK
Student Life Office 435-283-7121
Volunteers are needed to plan, organize and recruit for a week-long service trip to a nearby location. These can be based on any service need.
SHOP WITH A COP
Bob Wright - 435-283-7170 or
Just before Christmas during the break, volunteers are needed to shop and also wrap gifts. It would be helpful if some of the volunteers could speak Spanish.
Becky Wilson - 435-462-9290 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like volunteers to attend a workshop, help raise money and then buy the presents. Volunteers would be given an application with a name of the person, age, gender to buy a present for them. This assignment is best done after fall semester and before Christmas.
EPHRAIM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Erlynne Nielsen - 435-283-4171 or email@example.com
Volunteers are needed to help tutor children in reading skills.
MORONI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Tarra Blackhurst - 435-436-8291 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed to tutor students with their reading one on one. They also need volunteers to work with small group of student and assist teachers with their requests.
FOUNTAIN GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Jene Omer - 435-445-3316 ore email@example.com
Volunteers are needed for the Star reading program, one on one and also in groups. They also need volunteers to assist students with math.
MANTI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Barbara Eliason -435-835-2273 or Barbara.firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed as tutors twice a week for one hour. They also could use volunteers to help supervise on the playground and assist teachers in the classroom.
HEAD START – CENTERFIELD
Kathy Setty - 435-528-7680 or email@example.com
Head Start promotes school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of low income pre-school children. Volunteers assist in the classroom by reading to the children.
Volunteers are needed to help with class activities and classroom preparation.
EPHRAIM MIDDLE SCHOOL
Anne Olson - 435-283-6981 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed to tutor both in reading and math. Tutoring would be one on one in 50 min sessions.
FAIRVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Janet Averett - 435-851-0815 or email@example.com
Volunteers are needed to tutor one on one with reading. Also need volunteers to assist the teacher in the classroom
HEAD START – MT PLEASANT
Linda Meier - 435-462-0104
Head Start promotes school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of low income pre-school children. Volunteers would assist teachers in the classroom, help color and cut out items. Supervise on the play ground and also during parent/teacher meetings.
GUNNISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Grant Hansen - 435-528-7880 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed in tutoring reading and math, one on one. Volunteers to assist teachers and supervise play ground.
SPREAD THE CARE
Kristine Drury – 319-242-2193 or email@example.com
Through this campaign your organization will have the opportunity to put your education to use by implementing a marketing campaign. A basic foundation has been provided while you’re encouraged to personalize and perfect the campaign of collecting textbooks to purchase bare necessities for elementary students.
Volunteers are needed for beautification projects. One example is clearing weeds from the Pioneer Cemetery.
SNOW COLLEGE PHYSICAL FACILITIES
Bob Oliver - 435-283-7221 or
They need teams of volunteers to do ground project, rake leaves, clean gutters. A volunteer team could do a Recycle Project.
A team of volunteers could bring back the “Badgers for Trash” program.
MANTI LASAL NATIONAL FOREST
Beth McClanahan - 435-283-4151
They need volunteers to help build trails and to build fences on the range. Volunteers are needed in the office and the facilities. If you are a hunter there are benefits that come with your service.
YOUNG WOMEN EMPOWERMENT CENTER
Marilyn Jensen – 435-851-4097 or firstname.lastname@example.org
YWEC is a highly structured therapeutic living environment. It is gender specific programming for adolescent females ages 13-17. Volunteers are needed to be presenter in classes and teach diversity in different cultures. Tutors are needed for math and reading. Internships are available.
SANPETE COMMUNITY TRAINING
Tyler Larsen - 435-283-4718 or email@example.com
This is a training center for people with disabilities of all ages. They need volunteers who will help with Special Olympics. They also need volunteers to help with holiday parties for people with special needs.
CENTERAL UTAH FOOD SHARING
Gayle Hansen - 435-462-3006 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed to sort food and stack selves at the food center. Volunteers could organize a food or a clothing drive. Volunteers could organize a way for students to donate food they don’t want to take home at the end of the semester.
CHILDREN’S JUSTICE CENTER
Beckie Carlisle -435-851-3980 or email@example.com
Demolition in a home to prepare it for remodel such as ripping out cabinets, removing nails from the floor, demolition of bathroom and yard cleanup.
CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION TEAM
Kay Jensen 435-835-8171 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers needed to help every Monday at 2:30 pm at the County Humanitarian Center at the old city building in Manti. Volunteers will help sort shoes and hang clothing. Also volunteers are needed to help with the Angel Tree and to wrap gifts.
CENTRAL UTAH ART CENTER
Jared Latimer – 435-283-5110 or email@example.com
Volunteers would be a hostess at Art Receptions. They need volunteers to help with computer data entries. Volunteers are needed to help run the Art Gallery.
SANPETE COUNTY SHERIFF
Kevin Holman – 435-835-2191 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed, but these could also be an use as internships. A volunteer is needed to develop a webpage for the County Sheriff Office. Volunteers are needed to assist with Emergency Management. Volunteers serve with communication, radio tech and help with Search and Rescue. They need a volunteer team to work with landscaping.
SANPETE COUNTY FAIR
Wade Anderson – 435-835-4943 or email@example.com
During the Fair they need volunteers to help at the barn. They need volunteers to paint and move bleachers, paint fences, do some welding and help move some buildings.
EPHRAIM FIRE STATION
Kerry Steck - 435-283-4392
This is a volunteer fire department. They would train students to be volunteer fire person. It would be an internship.
GOLDEN SKYLINE ASSISTED LIVING CENTER
Bonnie Nielson - 435-283-4922
Volunteers would play games, read to the elderly or go for a walk with those living there. They may share their talents and bring a program for all to enjoy. Volunteers could bring cookies and just visit with them.
EPHRAIM CITY POLICE
Ron Rasmussen - 435-283-4602 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It would be very helpful to have a volunteer do secretarial and filing in the office. Volunteers could paint curbs around the city.
EPHRAIM SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
Corolyn Tidwell - 435-283-6310 or email@example.com
Student volunteers are needed to help with fix-up projects. Volunteers are needed to help clean the center. The seniors enjoy visiting with student at noon during their lunch.
WAG-N-TRAIN DOG RESCUE
Jamee Wheelwright - 435-851-9807 or Wag_n_train@yahoo.com
Help the local animal community by finding homes for pets in the Sanpete area.
Student Life Office 435-283-7121
Volunteers help advertise the event and orient those who donate.
SANPETE VALLEY HOSPITAL
Heather Woods - 435-462-4133 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed to help on the Clinical Floor. Volunteers work in the business administration office. Physical facility management would also like volunteers to assist them.
INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM
Recruit students from Snow College to teach abroad in Russia, Ukraine, China, Mexico and Thailand.