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LEND A HAND - Following is a list of student volunteer opportunities compiled by CommunityNet's Volunteer Connections. If you can volunteer for one of these unpaid positions or for other jobs not listed here, call 287-2244 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

GAME PLAYERS: Help play "500" or other card games with residents one time per month in the evening. Minimum age is high school. For Samaritan Bethany Heights.

INSTRUCTOR: Complete a 20-hour instructor course for CPR/First Aid and volunteer to teach a class once a month or a few times a year. Courses are held at the Red Cross building, primarily in the evening. The minimum age is 17 and volunteer should enjoy working with students of all ages and interests. The volunteer should be able to commit to teaching once a month or a few times a year. For the American Red Cross.

ONE-TO-ONE FRIEND: Be a friend and companion and visit, play computer games, play board games, go for a walk, do baking, crafts or read stories with people who have developmental disabilities. For Hiawatha Homes Inc.

DATA ENTRY: If you have good computer skills and ability this opportunity is for you. Help do data entry. Flexible hours and days, regular office hours. For Child Care Resource and Referral.

TECHNICAL SERVICES: Help prepare materials for use in the library. Organize video covers and guides, photocopy replacement pages for materials that need mending, and enter bar codes for mended materials. Volunteer is needed a few hours a week for at least three months, and must be able to read and organize numeric systems and use a photocopy machine. For Rochester Public Library.

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