Invest in the Lives of the Incarcerated and Help Create Good Neighbors

Government Agency or Public School: 
New Mexico Corrections Department
Dates Volunteer is Needed: 
Number of Volunteers Needed: 
Description of the Volunteer Opportunity: 

This is a great opportunity for retired educators to invest in the lives of the incarcerated and prepare them for reentry back into the communities throughout the State. Volunteers can help with tutoring, teaching and facilitating new classes at any of the 11 facilities and two reentry centers in the State. The days and times are flexible. Volunteer training and a NCIC background check are required.

Skills Needed: 
Human Resources/Leadership Development
Project Management
Process Improvement
Areas of Interest: 
Education and Literacy
Great for: 
Who Will Be Impacted Through This Project: 

When volunteers invest in the lives of the incarcerated not only are the inmates impacted, but their empowerment then impacts their families and their communities. Their lives are changed and they are equipped to be better neighbors in their communities.

Is This an Ongoing Opportunity?: 
Minimum Age of Volunteers: 
Additional Requirements: 

Volunteer application and training and NCIC background check. Facility Chaplains will also conduct and interview with each volunteer.

Last Updated: Jun 3 2020
Address of Project Site
Facilities throughout the State
Santa Fe
New Mexico
Contact Info
(505) 470-1380


The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico provides these volunteer opportunities as a service to our community and does not assume any responsibility for the validity of such postings. To ensure accurate and up-to-date information, please contact the organization who posted the opportunity.

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