Are you interested in serving refugees and immigrants in Minnesota? We would love to have you volunteer at KOM! Volunteers give their time to support refugees and immigrants as they transition to their new life in Minnesota. They are an important part of increasing KOM’s services.
Build your communications skills while also helping the community be more involved in the electoral process! We need volunteers to help our Civic Engagement Coordinator make phone calls to make sure everyone who is eligible is registered to vote in the 2023 elections. Phone banking, and Get Out The Vote volunteer shifts are available now through November 7th! $20 per hour stipend for your first 3 shifts!
Are you interested in helping with our Karen Club afterschool with middle and high school students? KOM is partnering with 4 Saint Paul Public Schools this 2023-2024 year. We are looking for volunteers to provide homework help for students, help with individual and small group projects, support games and activities, chaperone field trips, and more.
Program runs from October – May.
Are you interested in assisting refugees with social services? KOM is looking for college students or adults bilingual in English and Karen to assist KOM staff with walk-in appointments and other program activities.
Human services volunteers assist clients with Ramsey County paperwork, reading mail, making phone calls, and more. Human services volunteers must be available for at least 2 hours each week and commit to a 3-month volunteer period.
Our Board of Directors is seeking new candidates who are motivated to be actively involved in furthering the mission of KOM. Please read the position description for more info about our board and expectations.
Are you interested in tutoring at the college level? Have a passion for studying languages? We are looking for tutors to support students who are studying to be interpreters and CNAs in our career training programs. Tutor at least once per week through May 2023.
TRIN program weekly sessions will be held from 3:00 – 5:00pm on weekdays. CNA class will be held from 9:00am – 12:00pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at KOM’s office.
Help K-12 students who have been in the U.S. for less than five years with homework and practicing English skills. KOM is partnering with four community organizations in the Youth & Family Coach Program to provide tutoring for students who speak a variety of languages, including: Somali, Amharic, Oromo, Pashto, Dari, Karen, Karenni, and Ukrainian. Tutors volunteer at least 2 hours/week on weekday afternoons or evenings, either in-person or online.