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Join our Dedicated Volunteer Team

Your help is needed at Phoenix Hometown Hires!

Being a volunteer with Phoenix Hometown Hires requires dedication, reliability, and a sincere interest in helping individuals and their families in the Cape Fear region.

Phoenix Hometown Hires is seeking volunteers for the following roles:

Job Program

Meets 8:30am to 3:30pm M-F

  • Interviewers
    Assist individuals with interview preparation and mock interviews. Ideal volunteers should have experience in human resources or management position with experience in hiring/interview procedures.
  • Resume Writer
    Bi-weekly commitment to assist in writing participant resumes. Requires some resume writing experience, strong writing skills, attention to detail and good knowledge of Microsoft Word.
  • Employment Workshop Instructor
    Bi-weekly commitment (1-2 hours) to lead or assist a job readiness training workshop. Must possess strong presentation skills and subject matter experience. Content provided.
  • Job Seeker Support 
    2-3 hour weekly commitment. Provide support and guidance to participants. Assist with job search activities to help participants meet career goals. May provide rides to job interviews.

Life Skills Program

Meets Wednesday evenings from 5:45pm to 8pm

  • Life Skills Instructor
    Monthly or quarterly commitment to facilitate a 1-hour session on financial literacy, budgeting, goal-setting, career advancement, conflict management or personal development. Must possess strong presentation skills and experience with subject matter. Content provided.
  • Life Skills Co-partner (6 month commitment)
    Meet weekly with a Life Skills participant to support with budgeting and goal-setting. Co-partners should possess strong interpersonal skills, listening skills, and a passion for PHH mission (minimum age for this role is 25 years old).
  • Life Skills Support Volunteer
    Check in participants and guests, provide support for participants and co-partners and assist with setting-up, serving and cleaning up meals.
  • Youth Program
    Work with children age 5-12 on homework, special projects and other activities related to Life Skills. Or provide supervision and activities for children from new born to age four. Positive reinforcement training will be available. Minimum age for this role is 16 years old. (Must be able to successfully pass a background check.)
  • Provide Meals
    Provide a nutritious meal for participants, kids and co-partners on Wednesday evening(s).

Administrative

  • Office Support
    Weekly 2-3 hour commitment between 8am and 4pm. Greet participants and others interested in PHH, answer telephone, input data and assist with other office, and program-related projects.

I have the privilege to be a part of Phoenix Hometown Hires. I am able to walk, talk, learn, and share with people as they work to renew themselves into a stronger, wiser version.  I am allowed to witness the changes people make in their lives and the joy it brings them.  Who wouldn’t want to witness a Phoenix rising from the fire.

Greg Ballard

Volunteer

Become a Volunteer

The success of Phoenix Hometown Hires and our participants depends greatly on the generosity of our many volunteers, who give tirelessly of their time and expertise. For more information about volunteering, please call us at (910) 343-8469 or send us an email.

Contact Us

“I am a servant leader. My passion and purpose in life is to serve those that serve others. I am honored to be a part of an organization that is creating hope, changing lives and strengthening the community.”

Marcel Branch

Volunteer