Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities
ALL MA students must complete and document Community Service hours as a graduation requirement.  The Class of 2016 needs 10 hours, the Class of 2017 needs 15 hours and all classes thereafter need 20 hours. Here is the form to document your hours: CommunityServiceForm.pdf Mrs. Sullivan is the current Community Education Coordinator.

Caring Student Intern Program at LRGH 2017. If you are interested in a career in healthcare, this is a great opportunity. There are two sessions: July 13-14 or August 3-4. Each session has two days of learning skills such as taking blood pressure, respiration and first aid. The program is held from 10am-3pm each day and is open for students who are 15 or older. The application is available online at www.lrgh.org 

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is seeking First Guide volunteers to assist their work on the exhibit trails and in the classrooms. First Guides will receive training and are expected to complete 18 hours of training and 12 hours of volunteering during the 2017 season. If you love the Science Center and are interested in working with animals, come ask for more information in the guidance office.

City Year: This is a nonprofit organization that brings young people into cities to provide community service for a 10-month term. Eligible students have a diploma or some college education, are between the ages of 17-24, and are willing to dedicate 10 months to full-time service. Opportunities include working in schools and improving communities. Locations exist in cities around the US. Check out CityYear.orgfor more info. 

Volunteers for Peace: Affordable volunteer projects in over 100 countries, including the US. The web site also has numerous links to other programs for teenagers who are interested in finding community service projects all over the globe. www.vfp.org
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Jennifer Chapman,
Sep 15, 2015, 6:18 AM
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