Volunteer Opportunities

We announce several new projects every month, typically including both one-night brainstorming sessions and three/four month projects with time commitments of several hours a week. If we have projects currently seeking volunteers, the projects are listed below. Full details on each project, including the volunteer application, are available via the links below. Harvard Business School  MBAs and alumni of HBS Executive Education programs are encouraged to apply. When you join a Community Partners Project Team, you’ll help area non-profits tackle their business challenges and exploit new opportunities. By volunteering your time and talents, you’ll have meaningful impact on these organizations and work with their leaders. And, you’ll work with a HBS volunteer team of smart people including alumni new to Community Partners. And, you’ll be part of a team of HBS alumni including both new and experienced Community Partners volunteers.

Develop a Strategic Plan for Cue Art Foundation, New York’s Premier Nonprofit Art Gallery
Develop a strategic plan that prioritizes programmatic activity relative to other mid-size visual arts nonprofits, and analyzes activities relative to their cost and impact on key stakeholder groups.
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Brainstorm to Expand Learning Ally’s Reading Solutions Nationwide
Learning Ally is seeking recommendations for increasing and leveraging their volunteers to promote and expand their programs to more schools and educators.
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Help Plan the Future of StreetSquash’s Youth Enrichment Programs
StreetSquash would like assistance envisioning what it should look like in 2023.
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Help Food Bank For Westchester Craft “Next Generation” Distribution Strategy
Food Bank for Westchester would like assistance to assess new food distribution strategies to accelerate its mission to eradicate hunger in Westchester County.
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