Support Groups

Volunteer Program Specialist


This position will be based in Worcester with some travel to Springfield, Boston, and Western Massachusetts.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Work with Volunteer program staff to recruit potential volunteers for the State-Wide Volunteer Program. This includes Greater Boston, Worcester, and Western MA regions.
  • Work with Worcester Volunteer Program staff to coordinate volunteer trainings for the Worcester and Springfield region.
  • Provide administration support to Worcester office including answering incoming calls, providing Information and Referral services for consumers.
  • Coordinate presentations to local businesses for volunteer recruitment as well as local volunteer fairs.
  • Coordinate the ordering of office supplies for the Occupational Therapy program (OT) as well as post OT payments to MABVI database.
  • Cultivate relationships with local Council on Aging centers to promote referrals to the Low-Vision Peer Support Group program.
  • Ensures department confidentiality regarding all volunteers and consumers.
  • Attends and participates in regular supervision with the Director of Volunteer and Support Group Services.

Please forward resume and cover letter to Kyle Robidoux This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

About Us

Founded as the Massachusetts Association for the Blind, MABVI is the oldest social service organization in the country that serves adults and elders who are blind or visually impaired. After more than a century in the field, we know that vision loss doesn’t have to mean the end of a full life. But many people losing their vision don’t know how to get help.

Our vision rehabilitation services help people with low vision maximize their remaining sight and learn to use adaptive strategies for completing daily tasks. Our trained specialists can help make a home safer and recommend simple devices to make life with low vision easier.

The majority of individuals experiencing vision loss are elders living with eye diseases such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy. One in six people over the age of sixty-five has vision loss, and that number rises to half of elders over eighty. MABVI partners with respected community and medical groups to create high impact, cost effective services. Find out how vision rehabilitation can change your life.

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200 Ivy Street
Brookline, MA 02446

799 West Boylston Street
Worcester, MA 01606
  • Toll Free 888-613-2777
  • Fax 508-854-0733

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