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Volunteer To Help DMC

DMC provides an unmatched volunteer experience for students, seniors, interns and those who simply want to volunteer. As a volunteer you will be making a meaningful contribution through your skills and talents, as well as enhancing any job skills you may not know you had before, such as clerical support, telecommunications, community outreach, and assisting at special events.

Joining our team and becoming a volunteer member of The Dayle McIntosh Center is easy. All you have to do is follow these 5 simple steps:

1. Application: Fill out our Volunteer Application and send a completed copy to our          volunteer coordinator, Brittany Hepler, at bhepler@daylemc.org.

2. Introduction Letter: Write a letter of introduction giving us information about yourself
and why you would like to become a volunteer at The Dayle McIntosh Center. List any and all of your skills, talents, background, and anything else you would
like us to know in considering you for a volunteer position with DMC. Send this letter
along with your completed application to the volunteer coordinator at the above e-mail address.

3. The Interview: Once your application and introduction letter has been received and     reviewed, our Volunteer Coordinator will call you to set up an interview date and time. At the interview we will discuss your future with DMC and link you up to a volunteer               position that is suitable to your interests and skills.

4. Orientation: Once you have passed the interview you will attend an orientation, review the Volunteer Handbook and fill out any necessary forms. The volunteer coordinator will     let you know when to attend.

5. Induction & Background Check: This sounds scary, but it isn’t really! You are
almost a full-fledged volunteer member at this point. All you have to do is fill out the
background check form and go to your appointment to have your Live Scan done. The
prospective volunteer will be responsible for the $10 fee required by the Costa Mesa
Police Department. It is easy, really, and the Volunteer Coordinator is the person that
sets the appointment, and tells you where to go for your appointment.

If you have any questions or need assistance with this process you can contact us by phone at (714) 621-3300. We will be more than happy to guide you through the process.

We are honored that you are considering helping to serve people with disabilities in the community. Thank you for your interest in The Dayle McIntosh Center.

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