Volunteer with Deep Spring Center

Deep Spring Center is a non-profit teaching organization that offers programs, workshops, and retreats via the Internet to people around the world. An extensive library of books, audio/visual material, and archived transcripts and course materials is available to explore and to help us learn how to live more skillfully.

Dedicated volunteers provide essential contributions of time, effort, and skill to make this material widely available. Volunteers help out in areas such as teaching, program and event production, documentation and transcribing, web and Internet content and maintenance, communications, and marketing and development.

Participating as a volunteer is a deeply rewarding experience that supports our mission to help those awakening on their spiritual paths to meet life’s challenges with greater compassion and equanimity. Those who volunteer with Deep Spring Center greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice living with an awakened heart in all of our daily interactions.

We invite you to join us. Just fill out the Volunteer Interest Form and we will be in touch with you soon.

Current Needs

This is a great opportunity to be the DSC Board Treasurer!

I have been serving on the DSC Board of Directors as the Treasurer. For a variety of personal reasons, the time is drawing near for me to pass this great position on to another person who would love to serve this wonderful organization.

A member of the DSC Board of Directors is a volunteer position. The Board meets once a month for a couple hours to provide guidance and support to the DSC Administrative Staff and to serve the greater vision of the organization.

As with all non-profit boards, four of the members are officers:
President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The Director of Administrative (Tana) does all the bookkeeping, banking, and financial tasks. The Treasurer does not do any bookkeeping or other daily business activity. Tana will provide you with what you need to do your job for the Board.

The responsibilities of the Treasurer are primarily to review the monthly financial reports with the Board, to provide support to Administration Staff as needed for financial planning and review, to create the annual budget in collaboration with the Board and staff, and determine the requested donation amounts for all of the DSC Program classes, events, and market offerings on line and otherwise. Your estimated time commitment would be around 10 hours each month.

If you or someone you know would be interested in exploring this exciting opportunity, please contact Julian Dean juliandean@icloud.com for further information.

I am looking forward to supporting the new Treasurer,
Julian Dean

DSC Treasurer Job Outline
Position: Board of Trustees, Board Member, Treasurer
June 21, 2022

Link to Job Outline

  • 2-5 volunteers
  • Remote

Seeking several people with basic computer skills, experience with DSC classes/retreats and in possession of a newer (less than 5-6 yr old) laptop or computer to host zoom classes, workshops and retreats. Training by current team volunteers is necessary. Hours may be variable and could be days, evenings or weekends.

  • 1-2 Grocery Shoppers (may alternate)  
  • Ann Arbor, MI

Twice a month Barbara needs someone to either purchase groceries from her list or accompany her to the store. Assistance bringing groceries into the house is necessary.

  • One Volunteer for Bookkeeping Duties
  • Ann Arbor, MI or Remote

This is a part-time position, 4-8 hours per month, for double-entry bookkeeping into an application such as Quickbooks. This can be performed remotely or at the home office in Ann Arbor. Familiarity with Quickbooks or Quicken is essential.

  •  1 Organizer of digital transcripts
  •  Ann Arbor, MI or Remote 

DSC and Barbara are seeking someone who can assist Barbara in creating a system for managing digital transcripts from DSC classes on her Mac computer. Once created, assistance in the actual organization of these documents is necessary.

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