BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR
If you’re passionate about safety and have a background in teaching, presenting and public speaking, or you’re comfortable in front of large and small groups, an instructor position may be right for you. We are always looking for people to help us educate individuals and companies, of all ages and industries. And we train in every part of the state! Contact the Program Coordinators of First Aid, Traffic Safety and Home & Community to learn more about instructor opportunities.
VOLUNTEER TO SERVE ON A COMMITTEE
We host the largest Safety & Health Conference in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana every year in February. The Conference Steering Committee helps gather ideas for keynote speakers, classroom presenters and exhibits. If you’re in the safety or health industry or have heard an inspiring speaker you think we should consider, we’d love to hear from you. Contact our Home & Community Program Coordinator.
If you have a powerful story to tell about a vehicle crash you survived because you wore your seatbelt, or a crash that occurred because you were distracted, you may be able to make a difference in the lives of those taking one of our Defensive Driving courses. Contact our Traffic Safety Program Coordinator to speak about opportunities.
The NDSC’s Home & Community Program focuses on safety for your family or community. If you are looking for a way to help save lives and prevent injuries, this program could be for you. Become a safety advocate in your community and help spread important messages on topics such as hyperthermia, poisonings, pedestrian safety and more. Contact our Home & Community Program Coordinator to learn how you can help.
North Dakota Operation Lifesaver's mission is to end tragic injuries and fatalities occurring around our state's railroad tracks. Each year, our network of trained, certified presenters conduct free presentations, speaking to schoolchildren, community organizations, driver education classes, professional truck and bus drivers, emergency response personnel and law enforcement. If you're not comfortable speaking in front of groups, ND Operation Lifesaver also trains Associate Volunteers who can assist with anything from recruitment to event coordination. If you have a passion for safety, the rail industry or making a difference in your community, contact our Home & Community Program Coordinator for more information.
SERVE ON OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Serving as a member of a Board of Directors of a nonprofit organization can be one of the most important, influential and satisfying experiences of your life. The NDSC's Board of Directors is comprised of 15 bright, dynamic professionals representing various industries and professions. The purpose of the NDSC board job is, on behalf of some ownership, to see to it that the organization achieves what is should and avoids what is unacceptable. The NDSC board meets, formally, just two times per year. However, interaction with the Executive Director, employees and other board members occurs as needed via phone and email, throughout the year. Openings on our board are rare, but if you'd like to be considered for a future opening, contact our Executive Director.