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    Educational institutions that are actively seeking individuals with knowledge and experience in specialized areas who are willing, on a voluntary basis without remuneration, to teach a special class or seminar in that subject (which may be academic or vocational) in situations where the school is unable to bring in a regular teacher for the job.

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    Residential Care ServicesResidential services for court-placed male adolescents aged 11-18 with psychiatric issues-diagnoses. This dorm has an 8-bed capacity and intensive staffing with a staff-to-resident ratio of 1:3. All youth residing in this dorm receive educational services at the School at Northeast. They are typically in self-contained classrooms where they receive specialized academic instruction and attention from teaching staff which includes a teacher and two teacher assistants. Individual, group, and family counseling focused on the reason for referral is provided. Medication is monitored by a psychiatrist. Northeast recruits volunteers to assist with teaching and instruction in the residential treatment center, who must go through a training program.SchenectadyRESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERSNORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY
    Volunteer OpportunitiesRecruits and trains volunteers to help at blood drives and disasters. Receptionists and instructors are also needed.WarrenBLOOD DRIVE, OFFICE, DISASTER AND INSTRUCTOR VOLUNTEERSAMERICAN RED CROSS ADIRONDACK SARATOGA CHAPTER
    Volunteer OpportunitiesProvides volunteer opportunities to be mentors for the girls or to help with various activities. Opportunities also exist to work with adults, helping them learn about the Girl Scouts, and how to implement programs, also to do committee work.ClintonGIRL SCOUT VOLUNTEERSGIRL SCOUTS OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK-PLATTSBURGH SERVICE CENTER
    Volunteer OpportunitiesThomas Sports Group needs volunteers for tutoring and education, to assist youth with job training, including computer training, as mentors, to coach youth in organized sports teams, as chaperones, and those who are willing to transport youth to and from organized sports events and other activities.SchenectadyMENTORING, COACHING AND SUPPORT VOLUNTEERSTHOMAS SPORTS GROUP
    Volunteer OpportunitiesThe Adaptive Sports Foundation needs volunteers to instruct people with disabilities in skiing, paddling, and biking.GreeneTEACHING/INSTRUCTION VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESADAPTIVE SPORTS FOUNDATION (ASF)
    Volunteer OpportunitiesThe American Red Cross of NENY needs volunteers to work at blood drives and help with disasters. Receptionists and CPR instructors are also needed. Training is provided.AlbanyVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESAMERICAN RED CROSS OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK

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