• April 18, 2009: Travelers Aid Springtime Soiree

    April 18, 2009: Travelers Aid Springtime Soiree

    September 2, 2008: "Travelers Aid Day"

    September 2, 2008: “Travelers Aid Day”

    A Travelers Aid Volunteer Hard at Work

    A Travelers Aid Volunteer Hard at Work

    A Night in White 2005

    A Night in White 2005

    A Travelers Aid Volunteer Helps a Visitor at the Airport

    A Travelers Aid Volunteer Helps a Visitor at the Airport

    A Night in White: Thursday, June 17, 2010

    A Night in White 2010

    A Night in White 2011

Volunteer

Travelers Aid Society has many different kinds of volunteer opportunities, and we boast one of the largest visitor service volunteer staffs in the country.  We have opportunities at local points of travel, as well as senior transportation assistance positions.

Ambassador Program: Do you love travel? Are you proud to be living in the San Diego area?  Are you social, and love meeting and helping people? Then becoming a Travelers Aid Ambassador might be just the opportunity for you! Our Ambassadors help more than two million visitors to our region each year with advice, reservations, recommendations, and information. Choose to work at the Airport, the Santa Fe Rail Station, or the Cruise Ship Terminal—the training’s on us.

SenioRide Program: Many active seniors in our community are without reliable transportation options. Some would like to share rides to help save costs. In this program, you can sign up to share rides or help others out occasionally as a volunteer driver. We’ll tailor a schedule to suit your needs and availability.

Click here to fill out our online application, or download and print one to fax to our offices:

Administrative Support: As a non-profit organization with a tiny staff, we always welcome those who want to help out. We offer clerical volunteer opportunities in our offices, as well as occasional opportunities working our special events.

  • THEIR STORIES

    Marina

    marina-640x480Still a teenager, Marina found herself pregnant for the third time. Because of her youth, lack of education, and limited resources, her two children had been taken by Child Protective Services. Through her enrollment in a Travelers Aid program called Mobile Moms, Marina was able to turn her life around. The ...more

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