Join Team TASK
TASK’s greatest need is for support with client relations and community outreach. We want families who need our services to know who we are and how we can help. Once families have been served, we want to follow up with them to make sure they’re doing well. TASK can also use volunteer support with general office duties, special events and other activities.
Benefits of Volunteering
TASK volunteers make a difference in the lives of families with children with disabilities by offering emotional support, encouragement and a listening ear. Enjoy flexible hours, training and support in a positive environment.
Help man the TASK booth at weekend resource fairs and share information about our services with the general public.
Call families we’ve served in the past and check-in with them.
Make presentations about TASK to community groups and partner agencies to help get the word out about TASK.
General Office Support
Help with filing, prepare workshop packets, and other general office duties.
Special Events and Other Activities
Help plan or support special events in the counties we serve and help out with other activities.
Join the TASK Board
Board service is a volunteer experience that can have a huge impact on an organization and be very rewarding. It is an opportunity to channel your knowledge, skills and passion towards a mission you believe in.
Board members act as an organization’s stewards and make decision on issues, policies and other matters involved with governance. Half of TASK’s board also has a child with a disability.
Board responsibilities include:
- Representing the organization and acting as a spokesperson
- Attending board meetings, committee meetings, and special events
- Making personal financial contributions
- Actively participating in fundraising activities
- Working with staff and other board members as partners towards achieving organizational goals
To learn more about TASK board service, contact Mario Haug, Executive Director at (714) 533-8275 or at email@example.com.
A TASK internship allows college students to explore nonprofit careers related to social work, special education, law, civil rights, speech and language pathology, assistive technology, marketing and development. Interns develop skills and work experience.
College internships are volunteer opportunities open to all college students for which students may earn college credit, depending on the guidelines of their particular school.
For more information about college internships at TASK, contact:
Manager, Communications and Development
firstname.lastname@example.org; (714) 533-8275
Complete and return with resume; transcript or list of completed courses; and a list of three references, including names, phone numbers and the nature of your relationship.
Internships for People with Disabilities
Internships for people with disabilities are offered at our Anaheim office through a partnership with the Regional Center of Orange County, the Department of Rehabilitation and CalPROMISE. No college credit is offered for these internships, but interns may receive some compensation. For more information about these opportunities, contact:
Project Manager, Region 2
email@example.com; (714) 533-8275