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  • As the Arts Council of Champaign County, 40 North is dedicated to its mission of cultivating creativity in our community by nurturing its arts, culture and entertainment through advocacy, collaboration and information. As 40 North embarks on its tenth year, we look forward to making an even bigger impact on local artists and art organizations.

  • The Tax Aide program provide free taxes.

  • I am a School Social Worker with Academic Academy High School in Champaign IL. Part of our curriculum requires our students to complete 25 service learning hours, we have a day set aside every seven weeks for the students to participate in a service learning project. Our students' ages range from 16-19.

  • The African Cultural Assoication is a campus student led organization built upon the four pillars of integrity, scholarship, determination and service. Our mission is to educate and uplift students and community members by providing fun, educational events and programs  that allow people to learn about African culture and practices. As we enter our 19th year of serving the University of Illinois students and the greater Urbana-Champaign area, we are more dedicated than ever to renewing our commitment of upholding the four pillars that began it all.

  • Helping to bring the people of the world together is exciting, interesting, and rewarding work. For 70 years, AFS Volunteers have given their time to empower students, families and communities to overcome cultural barriers through increased understanding. Our volunteers come from every pocket of America, and their impact is felt on both a local and global scale. The AFS Greater Illinois Area Team is a group of dedicated volunteers working toward a more just and peaceful world.

  • Built as a private residence by artist and philanthropist Robert Allerton in 1900, Allerton Park and Retreat Center is a historical treasure that was donated to the University of Illinois in 1946. The property contains 1,500 acres of woodland and prairie areas, a mansion and reflecting pond, a 10-acre meadow, formal sculpture gardens, hiking trails, a café, and several lodging facilities.

  • The Alzheimer's Association is the world leader in Alzheimer research and support, leads the quest for better treatments, preventions and care is urging Americans to do something now so Alzheimer's will be a part of our history, not our future. We provide Consumer Education Programs, 24/7 Helpline, care navigation and support groups.

  • The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

  • The Red Cross touches millions of lives each year. American Red Cross volunteers help keep the public prepared to respond to disasters and personal emergencies. The Red Cross provides training in lifesaving skills such as CPR and first aid, collects and distributes half the nation's blood supply, and helps victims of more than 67,000 disasters annually. If you are looking for a fast paced, challenging position in a nonprofit setting.....just consider the opportunities!

  • Anabel Huling Early Learning Center is a non-profit early care and education center located in Rantoul, IL. We are housed in a unique 100 year old building in the heart of Rantoul. We serve children ages 2-12 years of age. Our mission is to provide quality childcare and education in a warm and caring environment, with a staff of caring professionals who meet the physical, social, emotional and academic needs of all the children enrolled.