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One-Time Service Opportunities

Various sites
Cleveland ,  OH  44118

Phone: (216) 397-4698

Description:
One Time Projects and Special Events include special service activities that do not happen on a regular basis, but which may be of interest to the JCU community. These service activities are open to JCU students, staff, faculty, and administration, and can be a good introduction to service for those who've never tried it before.

What we do there:
One Time Projects and Special Event service activities can vary. Some involve travel to an off-site location; others happen right here at JCU. Some involve direct service, where participants are interacting with others; others involve indirect service, providing support for a community group or organization.

Website:
www.jcu.edu/service
 
Fall / 2014
September 21, 2013 to September 21, 2013

7:45 AM to 1 PM

- - - - - - S

Details and Registration
MEDWORKS MEDICAL & DENTAL CLINIC (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Health & Wellness
PARTNER:
Medworks

The MedWorks Medical & Dental Clinic will take place at the Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland.  Medworks offers health services to low-income individuals.  For this clinic, Medworks is recruiting students to volunteer at the clinic, as well as recruiting Nurses, Social Workers, Support (Lay/non-medical) and Patient Resources. Shift times will run from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm and 1:00 - 6:00 pm. 

Participants in this activity will be stationed as patient escorts and runners for the day.

Students who participate in this activity will be required to attend a short orientation on-site beginning at 7:45am so they are ready to begin working at 8:00am.
View Dates of Service Below

7 PM to 9 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
MAYFIELD VILLAGE PIZZA BOWL (FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion and Accessibility
PARTNER:
Mayfield Village Adaptive Recreation

Participants in this activity join teens and young adults with disabilities in "Pizza Bowls" and "Game Nights," in which all participants join in bowling, volleyball, basketball, ping pong, board games, and other fun activities. These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.


All students who are accepted for this service activity will be required to:
  1. Make an intentional effort to interact with adaptive participants, not just with other JCU volunteers. The success of the program depends upon participants of all abilities interacting together.
  2. Complete a short application and waiver in the transport van on the way to service.
NOTE: This activity is opened on a one-time-project basis; available dates are listed below.

Days of Service :


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September 20, 2014 to September 20, 2014

1 PM to 5 PM

- - - - - - S

Details and Registration
WELCOME HOME MOVE-IN DAY (SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Homelessness & Affordable Housing 
PARTNER: 
Family Promise of Greater Cleveland

DESCRIPTION: Participants in this service project assist in moving a formerly-homeless family into their new home. Service typically begins at a local warehouse where furniture and other necessary household items are picked up and loaded into a truck. Participants then deliver the items to the home and assist the family with moving in.

NOTE: Moderate to heavy lifting may be involved in this service activity. If you are not comfortable with this type of service, please choose a different service activity.

September 26, 2014 to September 26, 2014

6 PM to 8 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
MAYFIELD VILLAGE GAME NIGHT (FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion and Accessibility
PARTNER:
Mayfield Village Adaptive Recreation

Participants in this activity join teens and young adults with disabilities in "Pizza Bowls" and "Game Nights," in which all participants join in bowling, volleyball, basketball, ping pong, board games, and other fun activities. These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.


All students who are accepted for this service activity will be required to:
  1. Make an intentional effort to interact with adaptive participants, not just with other JCU volunteers. The success of the program depends upon participants of all abilities interacting together.
  2. Complete a short application and waiver in the transport van on the way to service.
October 2, 2014 to October 2, 2014

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

- - - - T - -

Details and Registration
ROSE-MARY CENTER CRAFT NIGHT (THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion & Accessibility
PARTNER: Rose-Mary Center

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will assist residents and staff in the creation of crafts by helping to set up craft stations, help residents complete the crafts with materials provided by the staff, demonstrate crafts, converse with residents, and help with clean up.

Although craft ideas and materials are provided, participants are welcome to bring new ideas or crafting supplies with them. All crafts should be at the preschool - elementary school level.

IMPORTANT: These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.

October 3, 2014 to October 3, 2014

5 PM to 7 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
2100 LAKESIDE FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER (FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Homelessness & Affordable Housing 
PARTNER:
Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
VIDEO:
Check it Out!

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will serve dinner at the shelter and eat with the men there.

IMPORTANT: This activity involves direct interaction with men who are experiencing homelessness.  Participants must be able to initiate and engage in conversation with this population. Students who are uncomfortable with this are encouraged to select a different activity.

October 8, 2014 to October 8, 2014

6 PM to 8 PM

- - - W - - -

Details and Registration
CLEVELAND FOOD BANK (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Food Security 
PARTNER: 
Cleveland Food Bank

DESCRIPTION: Participants assist in indirect service in the Repack Warehouse, where they help to sort and repack nonperishable food that is later distributed to local food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters.

NOTE: Participants are encouraged to bring a sweater or light jacket, as the warehouse can be chilly.

IMPORTANT:  All students who register for this service activity will be required to register and review volunteer guidelines ONLINE before the service activity. Upon registration, you will receive an email from CSSA with instructions of how to access this requirement online. Failure to do so will result in removal from the activity.
October 8, 2014 to October 8, 2014

6 PM to 8 PM

- - - W - - -

Details and Registration
CLEVELAND FOOD BANK (WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Food Security 
PARTNER: 
Cleveland Food Bank

DESCRIPTION: Participants assist in indirect service in the Repack Warehouse, where they help to sort and repack nonperishable food that is later distributed to local food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters.

NOTE: Participants are encouraged to bring a sweater or light jacket, as the warehouse can be chilly.

IMPORTANT:  All students who register for this service activity will be required to register and review volunteer guidelines ONLINE before the service activity. Upon registration, you will receive an email from CSSA with instructions of how to access this requirement online. Failure to do so will result in removal from the activity.
October 10, 2014 to October 10, 2014

6 PM to 8 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
MAYFIELD VILLAGE GAME NIGHT (FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion and Accessibility
PARTNER:
Mayfield Village Adaptive Recreation

Participants in this activity join teens and young adults with disabilities in "Pizza Bowls" and "Game Nights," in which all participants join in bowling, volleyball, basketball, ping pong, board games, and other fun activities. These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.


All students who are accepted for this service activity will be required to:
  1. Make an intentional effort to interact with adaptive participants, not just with other JCU volunteers. The success of the program depends upon participants of all abilities interacting together.
  2. Complete a short application and waiver in the transport van on the way to service.
October 11, 2014 to October 11, 2014

12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

- - - - - - S

Details and Registration
CITYVIEW NURSING HOME (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Senior Citizens
PARTNER:
Cityview Nursing Home

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will enjoy donuts and punch/cider while listening to oldies music, engaging in fun conversation with the residents, and participating in other activities such as arts and crafts.

October 13, 2014 to October 13, 2014

5:30 PM to 8 PM

- M - - - - -

Details and Registration
ROSE-MARY CENTER OUTDOOR CONCERT (MONDAY, OCTOBER 13)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion & Accessibility
PARTNER: Rose-Mary Center

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will assist residents and staff to put on an outdoor concert and cookout by setting up the stage, equipment, chairs, or other items; distributing snacks and food; conversing and interacting with residents, and dancing if the mood strikes! They would also be called upon to clean up after the event.

IMPORTANT: These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.

View Dates of Service Below

7 PM to 9 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
MAYFIELD VILLAGE PIZZA BOWL (FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion and Accessibility
PARTNER:
Mayfield Village Adaptive Recreation

IMPORTANT: As this activity takes place over Fall Break, transportation is NOT included. You would need to provide your own transportation to and from the activity.

Participants in this activity join teens and young adults with disabilities in "Pizza Bowls" and "Game Nights," in which all participants join in bowling, volleyball, basketball, ping pong, board games, and other fun activities. These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.


All students who are accepted for this service activity will be required to:
  1. Make an intentional effort to interact with adaptive participants, not just with other JCU volunteers. The success of the program depends upon participants of all abilities interacting together.
  2. Complete a short application and waiver in the transport van on the way to service.
NOTE: This activity is opened on a one-time-project basis; available dates are listed below.

Days of Service :


View Days [+]
October 18, 2014 to October 18, 2014

1 PM to 5 PM

- - - - - - S

Details and Registration
WELCOME HOME MOVE-IN DAY (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Homelessness & Affordable Housing 
PARTNER: 
Family Promise of Greater Cleveland

IMPORTANT: As this activity takes place over Fall Break, transportation is NOT included. You would need to provide your own transportation to and from the activity.

DESCRIPTION: Participants in this service project assist in moving a formerly-homeless family into their new home. Service typically begins at a local warehouse where furniture and other necessary household items are picked up and loaded into a truck. Participants then deliver the items to the home and assist the family with moving in.

NOTE: Moderate to heavy lifting may be involved in this service activity. If you are not comfortable with this type of service, please choose a different service activity.

October 24, 2014 to October 24, 2014

5 PM to 7 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
2100 LAKESIDE FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER (FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Homelessness & Affordable Housing 
PARTNER:
Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
VIDEO:
Check it Out!

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will serve dinner at the shelter and eat with the men there.

IMPORTANT: This activity involves direct interaction with men who are experiencing homelessness.  Participants must be able to initiate and engage in conversation with this population. Students who are uncomfortable with this are encouraged to select a different activity.

October 24, 2014 to October 24, 2014

5 PM to 7 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
2100 LAKESIDE FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER (FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Homelessness & Affordable Housing 
PARTNER:
Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
VIDEO:
Check it Out!

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will serve dinner at the shelter and eat with the men there.

IMPORTANT: This activity involves direct interaction with men who are experiencing homelessness.  Participants must be able to initiate and engage in conversation with this population. Students who are uncomfortable with this are encouraged to select a different activity.

October 25, 2014 to October 25, 2014

7:45 AM to 1 PM

- - - - - - S

Details and Registration
MEDWORKS MEDICAL & DENTAL CLINIC (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 - AFTERNOON SHIFT)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Health & Wellness
PARTNER:
Medworks

The MedWorks Medical & Dental Clinic will take place at the Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland.  Medworks offers health services to low-income individuals.  For this clinic, Medworks is recruiting students to volunteer at the clinic, as well as recruiting Nurses, Social Workers, Support (Lay/non-medical) and Patient Resources. Shift times will run from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm and 1:00 - 6:00 pm. 

Participants in this activity will be stationed as patient escorts and runners for the day.

Students who participate in this activity will be required to attend a short orientation on-site beginning at 7:45am so they are ready to begin working at 8:00am.
October 25, 2014 to October 25, 2014

12:15 PM to 6 PM

- - - - - - S

Details and Registration
MEDWORKS MEDICAL & DENTAL CLINIC (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 - AFTERNOON SHIFT)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Health & Wellness
PARTNER:
Medworks

The MedWorks Medical & Dental Clinic will take place at the Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland.  Medworks offers health services to low-income individuals.  For this clinic, Medworks is recruiting students to volunteer at the clinic, as well as recruiting Nurses, Social Workers, Support (Lay/non-medical) and Patient Resources. Shift times will run from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm and 1:00 - 6:00 pm. 

Participants in this activity will be stationed as patient escorts and runners for the day.

Students who participate in this activity will be required to attend a short orientation on-site beginning at 12:45pm so they are ready to begin working at 1:00pm.
November 6, 2014 to November 6, 2014

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

- - - - T - -

Details and Registration
ROSE-MARY CENTER CRAFT NIGHT (THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion & Accessibility
PARTNER: Rose-Mary Center

DESCRIPTION: Service participants in this activity will assist residents and staff in the creation of crafts by helping to set up craft stations, help residents complete the crafts with materials provided by the staff, demonstrate crafts, converse with residents, and help with clean up.

Although craft ideas and materials are provided, participants are welcome to bring new ideas or crafting supplies with them. All crafts should be at the preschool - elementary school level.

IMPORTANT: These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.

November 7, 2014 to November 7, 2014

7 PM to 9 PM

- - - - - F -

Details and Registration
MAYFIELD VILLAGE PIZZA BOWL (FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Inclusion and Accessibility
PARTNER:
Mayfield Village Adaptive Recreation

Participants in this activity join teens and young adults with disabilities in "Pizza Bowls" and "Game Nights," in which all participants join in bowling, volleyball, basketball, ping pong, board games, and other fun activities. These programs involve participation with  individuals with physical, sensory, or developmental disabilities; service participants should be patient and understanding. But the main thing is to provide interaction with the participants and have fun! Service participants who are uncomfortable working with this population are encouraged to select a different activity.


All students who are accepted for this service activity will be required to:
  1. Make an intentional effort to interact with adaptive participants, not just with other JCU volunteers. The success of the program depends upon participants of all abilities interacting together.
  2. Complete a short application and waiver in the transport van on the way to service.
November 12, 2014 to November 12, 2014

6 PM to 8 PM

- - - W - - -

Details and Registration
CLEVELAND FOOD BANK (WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12)
One-Time Service Opportunities

SERVICE TYPE: Food Security 
PARTNER: 
Cleveland Food Bank

DESCRIPTION: Participants assist in indirect service in the Repack Warehouse, where they help to sort and repack nonperishable food that is later distributed to local food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters.

NOTE: Participants are encouraged to bring a sweater or light jacket, as the warehouse can be chilly.

IMPORTANT:  All students who register for this service activity will be required to register and review volunteer guidelines ONLINE before the service activity. Upon registration, you will receive an email from CSSA with instructions of how to access this requirement online. Failure to do so will result in removal from the activity.
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