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Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival
Location directions: South on Yale towards the airport. Left on Randolph (light before the airport) into the office building area. Go over two speed bumps, turn right and park. Parking is free.
Agency Description/Mission: The Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival's primary goal is to develop and celebrate New Mexico's vibrant Latin dance culture. We achieve this by utilizing partnerships with local dance schools, dancers, musicians, and other supportive entities within surrounding communities and beyond. We are committed to providing quality, excellence, openness, and fairness to our sponsors, participants and volunteers.
Service Learning Opportunities: Assist with planning and execution of weekly Friday night salsa parties, Valentines Day dance and Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival. Website maintenance and upkeep. Sponsor contact and research. Protocol writing. Actual duties will depend on skills and availability.
Orientation/Training Schedule: On the job training — Will be project-oriented.
Special Conditions or Requirements: : Able to multitask and work independently once trained. Detail oriented.
Number of Service Learning Students needed: 2 or 3
Location directions: I-40 East or West to Wyoming Blvd exit. South on Wyoming Blvd to Zuni (first right after Central). West on Zuni to Virginia (first left after trailer park). Animal Humane is almost at the end of the street. Look for the big, blue building.
Agency Desciption/Mission: Animal Humane is committed to being the leader in next-generation animal shelters. We have proactively developed a full-range of programs and services dedicated to helping people connect with a lifelong companion and working with them to keep that relationship balanced and happy.
On every level of interaction we strive to create positive, hopeful experiences that can change lives. Our pet residents will always be provided a healthy, safe, loving environment. Our customers can expect to be treated with compassion and respect, and our supporters can trust in our integrity, dedication, competence and transparent accountability.
Our mission is to support and improve the lives of New Mexico's cats and dogs through sheltering, adoptions, humane education and veterinary services.
Service Learning opportunities:
Volunteer Orientation: Usually held the thrid Saturday of every month.
Special Conditions or Requiments: Neat, business casual dress.
Number of Students Needed: 20
Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Hours may vary depending on event(s).
Minimum Hour Commitment: 15
Location directions: Our administrative office is located between Eubank and Juan Tabo, corner of Lomas and Tomasita. Satellite sites which the student may go to include 1515 4th Street MW. Corrales, community centers, and homes in which individuals in ARCA's care reside.
Agency description/mission: Working together to open doors for people with developmental disabilities to be valued members of the community.
Service Learning opportunities:
Orientation/Training schedule: Held the first day of the Service Learning start date with ARCA's Event Coordinator and Site Manager.
Special conditions or requirements: Background check will be completed prior to start date. This is done by an independent agency through ARCA and is paid by us.
Travel will be reimbursed if the student uses their personal vehicle to travel from one ARCA site to another during their Service Learning hours. Current proof of vehicle insurance will need to be on file with ARCA.
Number of Service Learning Students Needed: 15 (but we do love to have more!)
Hours of operation when students are needed: We want you! Primarily Monday–Friday, some evening and weekend activities. Hours are flexible according to the needs of the individuals in ARCA's care and your learning program.
Minimum hour commitment required: 2–4 hours per week, minimum of 15 per semester.