Teen Volunteers

Volunteering, helping out, and giving back are all guaranteed to make our communities stronger. We need the next generation of volunteers to start serving now. If you need community service hours for school, resume, college application, or to simply serve our communities, we can help. Click the buttons below for a list of opportunities in your county or area.

The Benefits of Volunteering

Gain Experience
Working in the field or a position that has transferable skills will help you become more experienced when you are looking for that job.

Resume Building
Add volunteering to your resume. Businesses, either for or not for profit, want to see you that you’ve been busy, so show them how you took the initiative to volunteer at a local nonprofit and be specific of what you did. 

Gain New Skills
By volunteering, you are in a new environment, observing people in their jobs and hopefully you are given tasks that challenge you. 

Try It On
Try something you are curious about. Its a great way to determine your likes and dislikes.

Meet People
Meet people who can be a potential reference for your resume.

Potential Job
Nonprofits make up a large percentage of organizations in communities, and therefore many jobs are found there. 

Professional Skills
Learn professional skills  as a volunteer in preparation for  your beginning your career.  Volunteering is a great opportunity to practice how you present and conduct yourself.  

Thinking of College?
Some college applications request prior volunteer and community service experience. Volunteering can provide the  competitive edge you need to stand out from other applicants.  

Feel Great About Making A Difference!
Find the joy of serving others and helping to improve our local community. Make a difference and add a whole new experience awaits you-Volunteer!