Why volunteer with IRCO?

At IRCO, our volunteers are considered part of our family, our greatest advocates, and crucial to our mission. Our volunteers provide essential skills and knowledge to fulfill our mission, meaning your time can have a real impact on people’s lives. Volunteering with IRCO can also provide a transformative opportunity to be part of a diverse group and gain exposure to different areas of social services.

Check out our current volunteer needs below. Before applying for a position, please read our VOLUNTEER AGREEMENT.

Program Area Position Apply
Administration NEW! Become an IRCO Board Member!
Community Works Project NEW! Adult Literacy Instructor Assistant (AM)
Community Works Project NEW! Adult Literacy Instructor Assistant (PM)
Employment and Training Services Nursing Assistant Tutor
Family Sewing Class Help
Youth SUN Afternoon Activity Leader (Walt Morey Middle School)
Youth Refugee & Immigrant Youth Mentor (RIM)
Youth Afternoon Tutor
Youth Tutor/Homework Help
Youth SUN Extended Day Classroom Assistant (Sacramento Elementary)
Youth IRCO Hunger Relief Project (Various Positions)
Youth In-Home Tutor (Math and English)
Youth NEW! SUN Tutor/Academic Support (Reynolds High School Troutdale)
Youth Refugee and Immigrant Student Empowerment (RISE) Tutor (David Douglas High School)
Youth NEW! SUN Afterschool Support (Vestal K-8 School)
Youth NEW! B.A.S.S. (Black African Student Success) Academic Advocate Assistant
Youth NEW! B.A.S.S. (Black African Student Success) Arabic-Speaking Elementary School Mentor
Youth NEW! Afterschool Tutor (David Douglas High School and Mill Park Elementary School)
Youth NEW! African Youth Leadership Support
Youth NEW! In-Home Tutor (SE, NE and N Portland)
Youth NEW! SUN Extended Day Classroom Assistant (Parkrose Middle School)
Youth NEW! Afterschool Tutor (NE/SE Portland)
Youth NEW! In-Home Tutor (NE Portland)
Youth NEW! SUN Tutor (Madison High School)
Youth NEW! Math and Science Tutor (Tualatin)