Arlington County is an inclusive community that values diversity by creating community among people and gaining benefits from their differences. The County also has a long history of community involvement; recruiting volunteers of multicultural backgrounds to connect with the community is a natural extension of its rich history. View volunteer opportunities available to multicultural, multilingual volunteers.
The Northern Virginia Multicultural Volunteer Recruitment Committee was established as a first step to encourage the recruitment of multicultural volunteers. The Committe was an initiative supported by Arlington County Board Chairman, J. Walter Tejada and Alexandria City Mayor William Euille to recruit more volunteers of multicultural backgrounds to help in many public and private programs addressing the needs of families with children, youths, individuals and seniors.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact any of the members of the Northern Virginia Multicultural Volunteer Recruitment Committee: Volunteer Arlington, Volunter Alexandria, Volunteer Fairfax, CASA , SCAN, The Campagna Center, Give Back Alexandria, Arlington Public Schools, AHEC, Alexandria Mentoring Partnership, Alexandria Gang Prevention Community Task Force, Arlington County Gang Prevention Task Force.
President Barak Obama issued a call to service to all Americans through volunteer work. Two websites are availabe, one in English and the other in Spanish. (El Presidente Barak Obama hizo un llamado a servir la nación a todos los estadounidenses a través del servicio de voluntariado. Dos sitios web están a su servicio: una en inglés y la otra en español.)
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