The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities could not reach schools, businesses, and communities across Virginia without the dedicated support of volunteers.  At VCIC, volunteers help deliver youth and adult programs, convene special events and raise funds, and provide administrative support in our office.

Current Volunteer Opportunities:

2019 Harold M. Marsh, Sr. Connections Institute
The Harold M. Marsh, Sr. Connections Institute (formerly Metrotown) is the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities’ signature Emerging Leaders Institute program. Since 1993, this peer leadership experience has prepared student delegates to make decisions based on an appreciation of the vast diversity within Virginia.  Connections is a yearlong process of challenge, growth, and impact for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The experience begins with a five-day residential program during the summer that allows student delegates to break barriers, deal with biased behavior, and develop an action plan to reduce prejudice in their schools.

The 2019 Connections Institute will take place from Monday, August 5 – Friday, August 9 at the W. E. Skelton 4-H Educational Conference Center, located in Wirtz, Virginia.
In order to best support the program and delegates, volunteer staff members must attend a mandatory training beginning on Sunday, August 4.

New Volunteer Application Form 
Apply by April 12, 2019

Ongoing: Volunteer at the VCIC State Office in Richmond 

Do you have a talent in stuffing envelopes, mail merge, or working with spreadsheets?
Have you always wanted to help collate programming materials?
Or do you have other talents that would help VCIC achieve success though inclusion?
Come volunteer at the state office. VCIC often has projects and needs for short term volunteers.
Contact VCIC to learn more.