UCP’s volunteer program enhances the lives of families and people with disabilities. Volunteers impact the well-being of the children and adults we serve, share their talents and become advocates for those with disabilities. We welcome any talents, commitments, and time that volunteers are able share with others at UCP of Central Arizona! Volunteers make the world a brighter place!
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Volunteer as a Community Member
Volunteering as a College Student at UCP in the Early Learning Center, Therapy Clinic or in the Early Intervention Program is a great way to learn, grow, and make a difference. UCP offers a variety of ways for students to learn about a profession and serve at the same time.
Volunteer as a College Student
Matching UCP Programs with Your Interests:
UCP’s programs seek college student volunteers whose field of study or degree aligns with the various programs. This allows students to gain much needed experience and at the same time ensures a knowledge base for the college student to engage in the volunteer program. Direct contact with patients or children should not be expected but the program opportunities will still attempt to provide experiences that will help the college student gain valuable knowledge. Managers and/or Directors of the programs will review applications and will require a phone interview. Students in the following bachelors’ programs are prioritized in the following programs:
Therapy Clinic or Early Intervention:
Kinesiology, Psychology, and Biology, and Health Sciences, Speech & Language Pathology, Audiology, and Communication Disorders
Early Learning Center:
Early Childhood Education, Human Development and Family Studies, Early Elementary Education, and Psychology