OAR seeks Community Outreach and Education Volunteers to distribute informational materials about autism to their neighbors, parent groups, first responders, schools, clinicians, and more. Possible resources to distribute include: A Guide to Safety, Curriculum in a Box, Kit for Kids, and Siblings guidebooks. Ideal candidates are outgoing and comfortable working with people of diverse backgrounds. 

Responsibilities and Requirements

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Volunteer Form: Autism Materials Distributor

Are you interested in making an impact in your community by increasing autism awareness, understanding, and acceptance? If so, OAR has the tools and time to help you succeed. OAR seeks Community Outreach and Education Volunteers to distribute informational materials about autism to their neighbors, parent groups, first responders, schools, clinicians, and more. Possible resources to distribute include: A Guide to Safety, Curriculum in a Box, Kit for Kids, and Siblings guidebooks. Ideal candidates are outgoing and comfortable working with people of diverse backgrounds.
  • You are responsible for reaching out to these organizations/locations independently. Examples: a school, library, community center, place of worship, etc. Write as many as apply.
  • Responsibilities: Communicate with OAR staff and submit distribution reports in a timely manner. Store and maintain autism resources before distributing them across multiple sites. Identify and coordinate with local organization for volunteering to take place. Example sites include schools, youth programs, resource centers, autism parent support groups and/or police and fire departments.
  • Requirements: Distribute materials as intended. Donate any remaining materials to a local school or library. This is a flexible position that requires minimal travel. Must be 18 years or older.