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Good Shepherd Volunteers

Contact Information

Good Shepherd Volunteers
New York, NY 11105

(480) 612-3390

Focus Areas

  • Community & Nonprofit Development
  • Disability
  • Economic Security
  • Education & Youth
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Homelessness & Housing
  • Public Safety

Start your career in social justice with our volunteer program!

Good Shepherd Volunteers offers year-long opportunities to serve women, teens, and children in a variety of social service agencies. Volunteers live in community with other volunteers, receive housing, health insurance, a small stipend, mentorship, and learn about the 4 Tenets of GSV: social justice, community, spirituality, and simplicity.

We have positions serving in advocacy, domestic violence, education, juvenile justice, nonprofit support, public policy, and youth counseling. Our volunteers work side-by-side with experienced social workers, counselors, and educators, gaining a tremendous foundation for their future careers. Join us!
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  • About Us
    All of our placements share in the Good Shepherd Mission to minister to women, children, and adolescents in situations of poverty and neglect. Within that overall mission, GSV site placements have a wide variety of working environments, service opportunities, and populations served. We currently have positions serving in youth counseling, education, advocacy, and public policy. Our volunteers work side-by-side with experienced social workers, counselors, and educators, gaining tremendous foundation for their future careers. Many of our volunteers have gone onto graduate school once completing our program to pursue degrees in social work, education, medicine and law. Our placements are in New York City, New Jersey, and Silver Spring, MD. Join us and apply today - https://www.gsvolunteers.org/apply/apply-today/
  • Our Impact
    Our volunteers bring hope, build movements, and serve in under-resourced communities. The Good Shepherd Volunteers offer the communities and placements that they serve the gift of presence. It’s a year of listening to and advocating for individuals experiencing poverty, violence, and neglect. It’s a year of cultivating compassion that changes the world.