|Volunteer Opportunity for
Oct 5, 2010 Cares Day
16 Volunteers will read and participate in art and music therapy program with children with special needs (for half the time) and then practice job skills with the adults with disabilities Job Club members (for the other half)
Transportation to Your Opportunity Location
You must provide your own transportation to the location.
Tip: This office is a 2-block walk west from the 34th street/Penn Station on the A,E, or C line; or a 3-block walk west from the 34th street stop on the 1,2, or 3 line.
If you plan to watch the Opening Bell Ceremony at 9:30 in Times Square, it is important to plan your route and let Shobie know that you will be arriving late.
Business casual (You will get an official iCare T-shirt upon arrival at your location.)
After signing up, you will receive an email that confirms the details of this opportunity. You should print that email to bring with you on Oct. 5.
Contact for Questions and Concerns
|About the Young Adult Institute Network
For more than 50 years, YAI Network has provided a place of hope and opportunity for people with developmental and learning disabilities and their families. Comprising seven not-for-profit, independent health and human service agencies, YAI Network serves people of all ages throughout the New York metropolitan area, including Long Island, New Jersey and Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Dutchess and Ulster counties, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
One of the most comprehensive organizations of its kind, YAI Network’s more than 5,600 staff members serve 20,000 people in more than 450 community-based programs. YAI Network is recognized nationally for its conferences, training seminars and publications.