501 Commons provides several opportunities for you to engage your professional skills in the nonprofit sector. For more than 25 years, members of our Executive Service Corps have volunteered to make a wide range of services and support available to nonprofits at affordable rates. Service corps members serve as consultants, coaches, executive advisers, facilitators, and project managers. Membership in the Executive Service Corps is open to professionals throughout the states of Oregon and Washington - and we welcome northern Idaho members as well!
These options provide unique, challenging, and rewarding opportunities to skilled professionals. And, each year, our volunteers contribute more than $1.5 million worth of services to nonprofits.
Read more about these opportunities below.
Volunteer Management Corps
Contribute your experience in volunteer management, HR, fundraising, and nonprofit leadership by joining Volunteer Management Corps (VMC), an action learning program that helps nonprofits improve their volunteer management practices.Discover VMC
About the Executive Service Corps
Find out what makes a good Executive Service Corps member, what various projects might be, and some of the perks of joining! If you are ready to join, fill out an application today.Find out more
For Service Corps Members
We've provided many resources to help our Executive Service Corps members stay in touch with us and fellow volunteers.See tools for success
Encore Fellowships offers individuals looking to transition into a career in the social sector an opportunity to work at a dynamic nonprofit organization.Engage in a new career
Volunteer Your Tech Training & Consulting Skills
Help nonprofits learn about and make better use of technology. Find out how to use your expertise for good.Learn about opportunities
GiveBIG Advisory Council
The GiveBIG Council provides thought partnership, a strong voice for nonprofits, and expertise in the planning and success of the GiveBIG campaign.Learn more about their work
Generation to Generation
mobilizes adults ages 50+ to support community-based organizations serving youth through programs addressing education equity.Learn how to serve local youth