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Student Volunteer Opportunities

 

Visit the websites below for volunteering opportunities in the community.

 

Volunteer Match.org

The Volunteer Center South Bay-Harbor-Long Beach

 

Volunteer hours must be completed at a non-profit organization. Non-profit organizations do not exist for the purpose of making money. Non-profit organizations are engaged in providing services for public benefit. Some examples include:

  • public schools
  • libraries
  • museums
  • free clinics
  • animal shelters/rescue
  • homeless shelters
  • city and other government entities
  • places of worship (churches, synagogues, mosques, temples)

Submit Volunteer Hours Form to box in counseling office when finished with activity. If student completes hours over an extended period of time for the same organization, only one form needs to be submitted for the entire duration of the activity. Incomplete forms will not receive credit.