To learn more about a specific volunteer opportunity or to register to participate in one, just click on the appropriate link.

Refugee Youth Mentor - Mentor a refugee youth (ages 9 - 17) by acting as a role model, advocate, and support for them.

After-School Tutor - Be an afternoon homework helper with our Refugee Youth.

Public Transportation Orientation Volunteer - Help refugees become acclimated to the local bus system.

Interpretation/Translation Volunteer - Know a foreign language?

Transportation Volunteer
- Help is needed to drive newly-arrived refugees to appointments, grocery shopping, etc.

American Friend for a Refugee Elder - An American Friend partners one-on-one with a refugee senior to reduce our clients' social isolation.

Resettlement Case Assistant -- Work alongside a Case Worker to ensure refugees receive the support and guidance they need.

Housing & Hospitality Volunteer - Sort household goods donations received for our newly-arriving refugee clients.

Housing Set-Up Volunteer - Help refugees have dignified home furnishings and a positive start to their new life.

In-Home English Tutor
- Provide some of our most underserved refugees with basic English language reading, writing, and speaking skills.

Mock Interviewer
- Help conduct mock job interviews with our refugee clients to help them prepare for the real ones.

Refugee Elders Program Assistant - Provide refugees with the mobility, support, and guidance they need to feel safe and included.

Resume Review Volunteer
- Work with newly-arrived refugees to create or improve their resumes.

Family Mentor - Provide newly arriving refugee families with basic instruction of American living, while helping to orient them to the Nashville community.

Household Mentor - Help ensure that our newly arriving refugee clients live healthily and happily in their new home, by conducting once weekly household orientation sessions in clients' homes.

To see (and/or print a copy of) our Refugee Services Volunteer Manual, click on the image of the front cover above.

Any questions? E-mail or call 615-259-3567 x-1199.

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Immigration Services provides counseling, assistance in completing immigration forms and photographs to individuals seeking assistance in most immigration matters.
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Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc. has always been engaged in the humanitarian aid to refugees, starting with the finding of foster homes for 43 Cuban refugee children in 1962.
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If you are a parent looking for support to reduce stressors and increase your skills, our staff can help you with opportunities to meet the many challenges faced by families.
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A variety of services are provided to the Hispanic community in Middle Tennessee by Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.'s Hispanic Services programs.
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Catholic Charities' Living at Home program assists seniors in their efforts to age in place.
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Since 1976, Catholic Charities School Counseling Program has helped thousands of students and their families find their way during times of distress.
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Caring Choices is a state-licensed adoption agency operated by Catholic Charities of TN, Inc. serving all races and religions.
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We have been engaged in humanitarian aid to refugee since 1962. Thousands from more than 35 countries have received help through Catholic Charities.
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