Virtual Service Opportunities

There are many service and servant leadership opportunities available for MCC students. These virtual service opportunities are great for those who want to give back to their community while serving remote.

Check back often to see more great opportunities as new postings will be updated as we receive them.

Note: These service opportunities are made available by our community partners and are subject to the agencies discretion and availability. Listings here do not guarantee placement.

If you are an approved community partner and interested in submitting a virtual service opportunity for this page, please fill out this form.

Alphabetized by Community Partner Name

A New Leaf

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: Sewing cloth masks for clients and essential workers at A New Leaf.
Volunteer Requirements: Acquire materials, sew masks and deliver to donation center near Dobson and Main.

Contact info:
Name: Bridget Talty
Email: btalty@turnanewleaf.org
Phone Number: 480-464-4648
Website: https://specialolympicsarizona.org/

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: Making hand-written Veteran's Day cards for our vet's in shelters.
Volunteer Requirements: Kind words of thanks to our homeless veterans.

Contact info:
Name: Bridget Talty
Email: btalty@turnanewleaf.org
Phone Number: 480-464-4648
Website: www.turnanewleaf.org

Adams Elementary

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: Volunteers can work with small groups of students online.
Volunteer Requirements: Ability to speak well and understand how to use WebEx or Google Meets.

Contact info:
Name: Stephanie Montez
Email: smmontez@mpsaz.org
Phone Number: 480-203-4069
Website: http://www.mpsaz.org/adams/

Don't Leave Me.org

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: Create social media ads to foster hot car awareness. Develop ways by which to encourage social media participation on our social media platforms. Help us develop civic engagement curricula that teaches civic engagement to middle school kids using dog or pet ownership as the catalyst. Create multi-racial hot car awareness ads. Inviting elected officials in the districts the student lives to submit photos. Invite friends and family to like our social media pages as we expand our brand beyond Arizona.
Volunteer Requirements: Love pets. Appreciates that leaving a dog or child in a hot car is wrong. Thinks outside the box

Contact info:
Name: Debra Nolan
Email: DontLeavemeinthecar@gmail.com
Phone Number: 623-640-5296
Website: http://www.dontleaveme.org

GreenLight Solutions Foundation
Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: Students join a GreenLight student-led sustainability project with a local business. The commitment is 5 hours per week for 13 weeks and follow our GreenLight GuideLines project process. Teams are of 3-5 students. We currently have projects lined up with Utopia Smart City, Microsoft, Shape Up US, and Valley Metro.
  • Microsoft:
    Microsoft's Circular Classroom GreenLight Project Team will present to high school students to give demonstrations of working hands-on with 3D printers and to up-cycle hard-to-recycle waste into school supplies, in order to teach circular economy concepts and provide technical education to lower-income areas. The GreenLight Project Team will initiate a "collect the cap program", which will process the bottle caps through a plastic shredder/extruder and feed them into a Protocycler, to produce filament for the 3D printer. Second, the team will develop a live video presentation. Next, the team will set up presentations for high schools in the west valley. Lastly, the team will present to the high school students virtually and provide any school supplies created during the demo to the school. This project may continue multiple semesters.
  • Valley Metro:
    Valley Metro is working with GreenLight on a four-phase project to increase shading around light rail stops. This semester is phase 3 of 4 and will focus on data analysis and reporting. The project will ask questions like: What are the stations that serve the most riders? Which stations are located in low-income areas and how can the new shading serve these areas too (equity portion)? This semester's goal will be to provide data analysis to identify 3-5 stations to move forward within phase four of the project, next semester's Design Studio.
  • Shape Up US:
    Shape Up US focuses on educating K-6th grade students and parents on nutrition, environmental, and holistic well-being. Students working on the GreenLight project with Shape Up will create a take-home guide for parents and their children on how to live a green lifestyle at home. This guide will be published by Shape Up to distribute to parents across the United States to promote more environmentally conscious homes and families!
  • Utopia Smart City Project 1) Building Materials:
    Utopia Smart City is an up and coming smart condominium community in East Mesa created out of shipping containers. Utopia Smart City developers want GreenLight to help analyze how and where to source building materials and shipping containers to utilize when building the community. The team will be taking factors such as lead times, mobility, and the ability to be re-deployed in different locations, into the selection process.
  • Utopia Smart City Project 2) Crypto Energy Engagement:
    Utopia Smart City is an up and coming smart condominium community in East Mesa created out of shipping containers. The City developers are looking to analyze the potential energy dynamics of storage and usage patterns of residents and how blockchain can help them incentivize lower residential energy usage. Blockchain technology, a ledger-based system of quantification, will be used for resident incentivization to use energy more efficiently. By researching alternative energy usage and storage applications of the block-chain network, the developers can harness the open-access information of said networks. The outcome of this project is to create a potential engagement program outline that would incentivize residents to use increase their energy usage efficiency by participating in the micro-economy; creating behavior change, lower utility usage, and lower energy costs for residents.
Volunteer Requirements: Students need to apply on our website at GLSolutions.org. Visit the Get Involved < Students tab and the application button is found there.

Contact info:
Name: Ashley Weisman
Email: Ashley@GLSolutions.org
Phone Number: 480-735-4113
Website: GLSolutions.org

Resurrection Street Ministry/ Faith In Motion

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: Looking for individuals that have enhanced computer skills to set up a data base of seniors that can be contacted monthly by text or email to remind them of upcoming food hand outside. Need to be able to speak both English and Spanish on the phone to seniors that can't be notified by text or email each month to remind them of upcoming food handouts.
Volunteer Requirements: Better than average computer skills, self starter, capable of seeing things through to completion. Good phone skills, cheery disposition, English and Spanish language skills, self starter, able to stay on task.

Contact info:
Name: Valerie F. Young Grimm
Email: valerieyg1@gmail.com
Phone Number: 405-386-7799
Website: https://www.rsmaz.org/

Special Olympics Arizona

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: We have several Virtual Opportunities that can be completed at various dates. Please complete the form if interested: https://specialolympicsarizona.org/volunteer-for-a-day/
Volunteer Requirements: No Requirements

Contact info:
Name: Meghan Mullin
Email: meghan@specialolympicsarizona.org
Phone Number: 602-230-1115
Website: https://specialolympicsarizona.org/

St. Vincent de Paul

Virtual Service Opportunity & Info: We have virtual opportunities to support all areas of our mission as well as virtual internships.
Volunteer Requirements: The ability to access the internet and participate in Zoom meetings, receive emails, etc.

Contact info:
Name: Shawn Donnelly
Email: sdonnelly@svdpaz.org
Phone Number: 602-850-6942
Website: https://www.stvincentdepaul.net/helping-from-home