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Volunteer OpportunitiesThe Alzheimer's Association counts on 35,000 volunteers nationwide. Please join us in helping achieve our vision of creating a world without Alzheimer's disease while optimizing quality of life for people who are affected by Alzheimer's. Whether you can spare a couple of hours a week or make a more significant time commitment, we hope you will consider joining this very special community. Volunteer opportunities are available at each of the five office locations in Watertown, Springfield, Worcester, and Raynham, MA and in Bedford, NH.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please submit the Volunteer Interest Form. A complete list of exciting opportunities is below.

Student Internship

Alz Student Internships

Learn more about non-profit management with a hands-on internship with the Alzheimer's Association. Each position is unpaid but offers a valuable learning experience for any college student looking to work in the non-profit sector when he/she graduates. Click each available internship for a detailed description:

Advocacy Internship
Human Resources Internship
Special Events: RUN TRI RIDE
Special Events: Walk to End Alzheimer's
Latino Outreach Internship
Public Relations: Programs & Special Events

Volunteer Opportunities

Calling All Running Enthusiasts:
We are looking for volunteers to assist our Boston Marathon team during their Saturday  morning group-training runs.  Each Saturday, from November 21st through April 9th, we’ll need volunteers to meet the runners at designated locations to cheer them on and  provide water.
Volunteers can sign up to help on one Saturday, or all 21! Sure, you’ll have to get up early, but we won’t make you run with the team – just provide encouragement and hydration!

Times and location will vary each Saturday. Volunteers must have own transportation and be accessible via cell phone.
To learn more about this important volunteer opportunity, call 617.868.6718 or email: VolunteersMANH@alz.org.  
 

Information Table Host
Promote Alzheimer’s awareness and education at health fairs, conferences and community events. Staff exhibit tables, distribute information and answer basic questions about chapter services.

Alzheimer’s Public Policy Advocacy
Help improve dementia care and services including access to community-based care and quality care in residential settings. Speak up for the needs and rights of people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families. Contact elected officials, participate in advocacy efforts at the statehouse and lobby for increased national research funding.

Administrative Support
Assist with projects such as data entry, assembling large mailings, filing, and packet making.

Patient Care and Family Support
Make a difference by working with support groups, assisting in resource information research and database management, and telephone counseling via the 24/7 Helpline. The Patient Care & Family Support department provides resources, support and clinical consultation to those affected by Alzheimer’s, families and professionals.

RUN/TRI/RIDE to End Alzheimer's / Athletic Events

Picture of Volunteers at a RUN TRI RIDE EventThe RUN TRI RIDE program consists of a series of athletic events which are held throughout the year. Athletes participate in these events and raise funds on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association. The RUN TRI RIDE program encompasses the following athletic events: Ride To End Alzheimer’s, Boston Marathon, Boston’s Run To Remember, Falmouth Road Race and Max Performance Triathlon Series.

Volunteers are needed to assist in a variety areas including staffing water stops, organizing pit stops, taking photos and cheering on participants. Click here for more information about these opportunities.

 

Other
There are many other volunteer opportunities with the Alzheimer's Association. If you have a specific skill like computers, graphic design or are bi-lingual, we will work to accommodate your skill set with a specific volunteer position within the organization.

The work of volunteers is truly appreciated by the Alzheimer's Association, and we offer a wide variety of positions to meet your specific talents and needs. If you'd like to volunteer Please submit the Volunteer Interest Form.

 


 

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