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Volunteer Opportunities

by admin published Jul 07, 2015 08:05 AM, last modified Jun 15, 2016 11:17 PM
RPG Therapeutics LLC (and the RPG Research Project) frequently have openings for volunteer opportunities. Please check back periodically here as positions become available.

Volunteers are a very important aspect of RPG Therapeutics LLC, and especially The RPG Research Project, in helping develop and provide quality care to clients. There are often opportunities available for members of the greater Spokane are community, with a wide range of ages and backgrounds able to help by volunteering your unique talents and available time.

RPG Therapeutics LLC, and the RPG Research Project, has openings for daily and weekly volunteer opportunities.

This link to: "Volunteer Application Form".

There are also junior volunteer opportunities for youth ages 15 and older.

We make every effort to match your talents and interests with available volunteer positions.

Please consider sharing your time and talents to support the development of the exciting programs being researched by The RPG Research Project and implemented by RPG Therapeutics LLC's staff.

For additional information, please see the opportunities listed on this page, and feel free to email Hawke Robinson, rpgtherapeutics at gmail dot com, or complete the online volunteer application form here (form is pending).

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Junior Volunteer (ages 15-18) - Opportunities providing introductory experiences to RPG-related research and intervention programs. Also opportunities to join pre-screening and screening game sessions.
  • Job Shadow (ages 16 to adult) - Observe the RPG Therapeutics LLC staff in their element for short time segments, volunteers will gain valuable insights.
  • College Volunteers - Volunteer opportunities designed for college students in relevant recreation and therapeutic fields.
  • Screening, Pre-screening, and Training Player - Participate in (non-intervention) RPG sessions as a volunteer. These sessions are run periodically to pre-screen new applications for Game Master Therapist (GMT) positions, and provide training for trainee GMTs. Join these short 1 to 2 hour long RPG sessions, have fun, meet fun people, and help contribute to refining the programs.