Volunteers needed for new Joplin program
February 23, 2016
The city of Joplin has started a volunteer program called Citizens in Action (CIA) to help connect and engage citizens with their community. Citizens will be able to volunteer as an individual or with groups or an organization. Volunteers can expect to learn about the community, while providing a service for the City. By helping to meet a demanding workload, it will assist the City staff to provide a better service to its citizens. There is no residency requirement. The City accepts volunteers from age 16 and up, however parental permission is required for those under 18.

Many volunteer opportunities are available through the Citizens in Action program including, but not limited to:

For more detailed descriptions about the volunteer opportunities that are available and for an application to volunteer go here. If you have further questions please call Brian Kelly, assistant to the city manager at (417) 624-0820, ext.203, or send an e-mail here.

"We look forward and welcome everyone who is interested to apply," said Kelly. "Together we can create a memorable and meaningful volunteer experience."

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