Cap Corps Volunteers work primarily in the fields of education, social services, and healthcare in Washington, DC and Cleveland, OH. Here is a list of placements where Cap Corps Volunteers may be placed.
More opportunities are available based on needs of agencies and skills of applicants.
St. Vincent Charity Hospital, (Cleveland, OH)
Emergency Room Nurse Assistant
St. Vincent Charity Hospital is located in the Central neighborhood of downtown Cleveland and provides care to anyone in need. The Cap Corps Volunteer assists nurses in all capacities of patient care in the Emergency Room.
Migration and Refugee Services, (Cleveland, OH)
Health Care Navigator
MRS provides extensive resettlement services to help refugees become self- sufficient and connected to their new community. The Cap Corps Volunteer helps clients navigate their medical needs and care; many of whom have not received proper medical attention for years and often longer.
Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School, (Washington, DC)
Students at Don Bosco High School participate in a Corporal Work Study Program where they earn tuition money by working one day a week at partner organizations throughout the DC area. The Program Assistant is a point person in helping students navigate the Work Study Program by providing support in logistics, communication, and professionalism.
Student Activities Coordinator
St. Francis International School is a Catholic School (K-8th Grade) with a diverse student population. The Cap Corps Volunteer works to organize special events and support students at all grade levels.
Sacred Heart School, (Washington, DC)
Sacred Heart School is a bilingual Catholic School (Pre-K-8th Grade) affiliated with the Capuchin Franciscan Friars. Cap Corps Volunteers have worked in early childhood, elementary, and middle school positions; the position changes based on need of the school and qualifications of the applicant.
Spanish skills are utilized in this role.
Urban Community School, (Cleveland, OH)
Urban Community School is an innovative K-8th grade school that strives to break social and economic barriers to success for students on Cleveland's near west side. The Cap Corps Volunteer works as an aide in the Middle School which includes opportunities to teach and mentor students.
NEOCH: Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, (Cleveland, OH)
Homeless Advocacy Liaison
NEOCH seeks to break the cycle of homelessness in Northeast Ohio. The Volunteer works with a supportive staff to eliminate the root causes of homelessness through organizing, advocacy, education, and street outreach.
SOME -So Others Might Eat, (Washington, DC)
SOME is an agency that provides multi-faceted services to meet the emergency and long-term needs of people who are poor and homeless. Cap Corps Volunteers work in various programs within SOME including housing, donations, the dental clinic, and mental health services. The position varies based on the needs of SOME and the qualifications of the applicant.
Catholic Charities of Washington, (Washington, DC)
Outreach and Volunteer Events Coordinator
Catholic Charities provides outreach support to the parishes in the Archdiocese of Washington. The Outreach and Volunteer Events Coordinator engages volunteers in food and clothing drives, medical and dental initiatives, advocacy days, and other outreach efforts throughout the year.
Spanish Catholic Center, (Washington, DC)
The Spanish Catholic Center provides a network of services to the immigrant community. The Programs Assistant includes responsibilities in two main areas: employment services and the food program. Spanish language skills are utilized in this role.
Miriam's Kitchen, (Washington, DC)
Miriam's Kitchen provides services that address the causes and consequences of homelessness in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. The Cap Corps Volunteer works as a Case Manager to develop relationships with guests to work towards self-identified goals.
The Northwest Center, (Washington, DC)
Pregnancy Center Program Assistant
The Cap Corps Volunteer assists the Northwest Center support for pregnant and parenting in need through counseling, emotional support, community resource referrals, and material assistance. Spanish skills are utilized in this role.