Activities Volunteer Positions
Computer Room Monitors
Computer Room Monitors must have basic knowledge of computer operations, a professional appearance and an outgoing and personable personality (i.e. a "people person').
- Volunteering for one or more 2 hour shifts (8-10,10-12,12-2,2-4 Sun.- Sat.) per week.
- Monitoring computer users to ensure that they are authorized for access and that no food or drink is being consumed in the computer room.
- Helping residents by answering their questions to the best of your ability
- Providing general help with computer operation and software features
- Printing, saving, and retrieving documents
- Maintaining the Lab
- checking lab supplies (printer toner, paper)
- reporting problems or lack of supplies to the Activities Department
- checking for damaged or faulty equipment, vandalism and theft
- housekeeping (paper in bins, chairs under desks)
- cleaning the equipment (monitors, computers, desks)
Office Receptionists must have basic knowledge of office phone skills, office operations, a professional appearance and an outgoing and personable personality, i.e. a "people person'.
- Volunteering for one or more shifts (Mon-Thur. 12:30-1:30, Fri.12-4:30) per week.
- Welcoming and assisting residents who come into the Activities office
- Answer calls from residents and take messages for Nancy
- Sign residents up for scheduled events
- Sell stamps to residents and receive payment in the form of check or billing to their account
Recognition Clerks will be on call to write out and deliver cards, certificates and flyers for Volunteers in the Volunteer Program.
Events/Set Up Crew
Crew members will be able and available to assist Activities Department staff members with setting up chairs, tables, etc. for weekly groups, meetings, or presentations.
- Assist the Activities department with special events set up
- Assist the Activities department with walker check in
- Assist the Activities department with checking guest in to special events.
Shifts: On call, based on the needs of Activities Dept. and Crew Member availability.
Activities Advisory Committee
Members will meet regularly to help plan and implement twelve (12) events per year. They must have ideas for appropriate activities for retirees and past experience on advisory committees.
The 12 events are:
- Women’s Tea (January, May, and September)
- Men’s Night (February, June, and October)
- Veteran’s Breakfast (March, July, and November)
- Coffee and Conversation (April, August, and December)
- Attend scheduled meetings (dates & times to be determined)
- Assist the Activities department with the planning and executing of tri-annual events
STILL TO COME:
- Volunteer Group Leaders
- Library Volunteers
- Newsletter Proofreaders
- Newsletter Collators
- Newsletter Deliverers
- Villa Directories Updaters
My wife Mary and I just love Fellowship Square. We have lived three wonderful years in this former luxury resort, now a luxury senior living community. The accommodations are spacious, comfortable, and kept up to date by a caring and friendly staff. The beautiful dining room and its excellent meals and the many activities are also reasons why we love living here. We both especially love that we have made many friends from all walks of life and all kinds of religious beliefs.
But there's more! We both love that the grounds are so beautiful and that every apartment opens up to them instead of into a dreary hallway. We both have age-related health issues and living in Fellowship Square makes it easier for us to deal with them. Mary takes full advantage of the many senior fitness classes available six days a week. To keep myself mentally challenged, I facilitate a couple of life-long learning discussion groups. We just don't need anything more!