Montgomery County Updates

County Executive Marc Elrich is committed to representation on all of the County’s boards, committees, and commissions that is reflective of, and responsive to, our County’s residents. Public participation contributes to the work of County government and provides an important service to the community when a variety of issues, concerns, and viewpoints are presented. Currently, there is a valuable opportunity to serve on the following:

Please share this notice with anyone who may be interested.

Please Note that the BCC Application Process is Online!!!

You may access vacancy announcements for boards, committees, and commissions through the following link: . Please read instructions carefully on that page, where you will find a link directly to the vacancy announcements.

Board Opportunity

The Jewish Council on Aging seeks energetic, hardworking, philanthropic members of the community to join its board of directors. Board members should be committed to making the Greater D.C. area a better place for people to age well and willing and able to “roll up the shirtsleeves” to get the job done. For more info and to express interest, please click here. 

AmeriCorps Project CHANGE Opportunities

AmeriCorps Project CHANGE is recruiting for 15 members for the 2021-2 team-to support struggling students in the MCPS school system. They have 8 positions either in a school or at MCPS Head Office assisting with program rollout, and 7 positions with reputable After School Programs like Community Bridges and YMCA, Arts on the Block and Montgomery Housing Partnership. All position can be found on INDEED.

These positions are not JOBS but  Volunteer Positions with living allowance, health insurance and an Education Scholarship. Members serve 33-35 hours a week usually, starting September 2021-August 2022. So if you are looking  yourself to make a difference, ( the education award of $6,345 can be gifted to your kids or grandkids) or know family or friends who might be interested, please pass on the message.

Remote Volunteer Opportunities

Story Tapestries wants to put your skills and interests to work to serve our mission. Their goal is to improve accessibility and equity in educational spaces, and beyond, through the arts. Several opportunities available.

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Montgomery County 50+ Volunteer Network

Connecting Skilled Volunteers with Nonprofits in Need

The Montgomery County 50+ Volunteer Network is a unique, new county initiative housed at the Montgomery County Volunteer Center.  It focuses on leveraging the professional and personal skills of the rapidly growing 50+ population as a valuable resource for nonprofits and government agencies. Through personal consultations, the program effectively matches agencies needing specific assistance with skilled volunteers seeking purposeful opportunities.

For many years, the Volunteer Center has operated the Pro Bono Consultant Program for nonprofits requiring skilled volunteers on short-term projects, and RSVP (Retired Senior and Volunteer Program) whose partner organizations offer volunteer opportunities for seniors 55+.  This new program takes the best practices of each and broadens the quantity and scope of the volunteer opportunities available.

The 50+ Volunteer Network actively recruits professionals who are retired or considering retirement, empty nesters, and others aged 50 and older who want to make a significant contribution of time and talent to serve the community.  Volunteer Center advisors will help them find an opportunity consistent with the individual volunteer’s skills, interests, and availability.  Staff will also work directly with nonprofit and government agencies to determine the types of volunteers and assignments that are the most valuable, as well as provide support to help train, supervise, and manage volunteers.

Opportunities will include:

  • Ongoing, program management and support – possibly editing a newsletter, providing administrative and client intake services, managing an event or program, or as a member of a board of directors
  • Short-term consulting projects, such as grant-writing, accounting, strategic planning, marketing, web design, or IT help
  • Direct services to clients in need, including tutoring or mentoring programs, teaching adult literacy, or providing career counseling to those in transition.

Unlike other programs and web-based services, the 50+ Volunteer Network is unique in its personal matching services, the broad range of opportunities, and the free cost to any nonprofit or government agency that is registered with the Volunteer Center.

For more information, visit our website at, or email us at