Howard Center works with colleges and universities around the nation to provide supervised field practicums, allowing students to apply their academic classroom learning in an experiential field placement. More information about how to become a Howard Center intern can be found here. Please contact your academic advisor for further information about Howard Center’s available opportunities.
We offer several special events each year and welcome volunteer support. Zoe’s Race helps to make homes accessible and is a festive celebration and 1K and 5K/walk/run in August.
Our annual Help is Here Celebration held each fall honors someone whose contribution personifies our mission and provides support to the people we serve.
Our Spring and Fall Community Education Series is free and open to the public, offering presentations, film screenings, and discussion on relevant topics.
With advance planning, we can often host a group for a landscaping or painting project.
Please contact our Development Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.488.6913 for more information about volunteering at any of the above events.