Heart of Los Angeles wouldn’t be what it is today without the strength and generosity of our volunteers. Every year more than seven hundred people like you donate their time and talents to the youth of the Rampart District. Volunteer and internship opportunities range anywhere from special event assistance to long-term youth mentoring. We are accepting applications for volunteers for our winter session. The session begins Monday, January 13th and runs through Friday, April 11th. Please click on the link below to view the opportunities. If you are interested, please fill out the form below and we will be in touch soon. We look forward to welcoming you into the HOLA family!
HOLA has been certified by California Volunteers as a Service Enterprise, a nonprofit that fundamentally leverages volunteers and their skills to successfully deliver on the social mission of the organization. California VolunteersĀ is the state office that manages programs and initiatives aimed at increasing the number of Californians engaged in service and volunteering.
For additional information, please contact Jenifer Gutierrez, Volunteer Program Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, at (213) 389-1148, ext 247 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Melina Sutton and Taylor Wolfson are students at the USC Price School of Public Policy and last semester they were enrolled in āThe Nonprofit Sector and the Public Interest,ā a course taught by Professor Emeritus Richard Sundeen. The goal of the course is to give students hands on experience with philanthropy by giving away a [...]
A hearty welcome to new Bridges Middle School Program volunteer Ivana Savic. Ivana works as an assistant in the film industry and is an outdoors enthusiast and avid runner. Growing up among very independent and driven female role models, Ivana strives to find ways to help younger generations of girls to follow their passions and [...]
Louise Tutelian discovered HOLA over three years ago on VolunteerMatch.org when she was searching forĀ organizations that combined her interests in literacy, writing and students. She had never been a mentorĀ and hadnāt intended to be one! But she was intrigued when she found out that HOLA was looking for people with writingĀ skills who might want to [...]
High school senior Rachel Newhall has been a Girl Scout for as long as she can remember and this year she has been working towards her Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. Rachel is passionate about the democratic process and feels strongly about exercising the right to vote. For her Gold Award project, [...]