Come and join a great group of wonderful people to learn about the history of Los Angeles. Docent training lasts for six weeks and you will learn about the historical roots of our great city and how it has developed from the first Spanish expeditions to the present time. Docents will learn from ... (see full description)
The familysource system has recently completed their first full year of program implementation, providing a comprehensive array of social services to low-income city residents through centers located in the most impoverished areas of the city. FamilySource Centers located throughout the city of Los ... (see full description)
Volunteers have been an important part of the Los Angeles Zoo since its opening in 1966. At the Los Angeles Zoo, we depend heavily on volunteer support with our events, our everyday operations, and to help make life better for each and every animal in our care. The positions available are as varied ... (see full description)
The Mayoral Internship Program provides a unique opportunity for experiential learning for some of the country's best and brightest undergraduate and graduate students.
The Garden offers docent-led tours and open-strolling for visitors. Docent-led-tours are held Monday through Thursday 9:30, 10:00 and 10:30 a.m. (Reservations required). Tours are approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Open strolling is held Monday through Thursdays 11 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. and Sunday ... (see full description)
As part of the Harbor Departments Centennial celebration, in 2007, the Board of Harbor Commissioners authorized the establishment of an archives division to collect and preserve historical materials relating to the history and operation of the Port of Los Angeles. Presently, the Los Angeles Harbor ... (see full description)
The Department welcomes volunteers to join community groups, participate in recreation programs, and/or work in the parks maintaining green spaces in the city.
Community outreach program offers presentations to community, business and civic organizations at their locations. Topics cover all aspects of LAX, including History and Overview, Economic Impact, Environmental Efforts, Careers in Aviation, Airport Enhancements, Airport Operations, Public Safety, ... (see full description)
For information on volunteering or internships with the Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA), please contact HCIDLA's Personnel office (see Service Locations for contact info). For paid (non-intern) positions, please instead visit the City of Los Angeles Personnel ... (see full description)
The Office of Community Beautification (OCB) provides resources and materials for volunteer cleanup efforts including paint and a limited assortment of hand tools. OCB coordinators are available to give presentations, assist with the coordination of community events and participate in those events. ... (see full description)
The Volunteer Information Professionals (VIP) program mission is to assist passengers to ensure a friendly and positive experience at LAX. The personal touch is what passengers remember most during their travels which makes our volunteers "Very Important People" as well as Volunteer ... (see full description)
Volunteering at the Los Angeles Public Library connects you with the world of literacy, cultural diversity, and learning. Rewarding opportunities exist at the Central Library and 72 branches.
Docents & Student Volunteers are volunteer "educators" who share their knowledge of the Zoo and the natural world with children and families through numerous educational programs. Those with a love and appreciation for the environment and working with the public may apply in July for ... (see full description)