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Some Teen Volunteer Opportunities
South Florida Summerbridge
Contact Person: Paula Allen
Job Title: Assistant Director
Address 1: 3900 Jog Road
Address 2: Boca Raton
City: Boca Raton
ZIP code: 33434
Contact Number : 561.226.0149 ext. 257
South Florida Summerbridge at Saint Andrew's School is a tuition-free, year-round academic enrichment program for economically challenged middle scool students in the School District of Palm Beach County. The program seeks high school and college students with an interest in the teaching profession as teachers/mentors. Summerbridge has two program components: a Summer Institute (June-July of each year; stipends given) and a School Year Institute (October - May of each year; internship and community service credit given).
Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County
Contact Person: Linda Moreno
Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator
Address 1: 7501 North Jog Road
Address 2: Palm Beach
City: Palm Beach
ZIP code: 33412
Contact Number : 561.640.4000 ext. 4327 fax: 561.640.3400
Volunteers aged 12 years and up are needed in your neighborhood, in our community, and in SWA's Administrative Office. Opportunities include educating Palm Beach County residents about waste reduction and recycling, cleaning and beautifying neighborhoods, and developing skills and talents in SWA's office.
Lighthouse Habitat for Humanity
Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator
Job Title: Patty 1635 North Old Dixie Hwy
Address 1: Jupiter, Florida 33469
ZIP code: 103
Contact Number : 561.743.7526 ext.
Looking for volunteers to staff our Thrift Store in Tequesta on Saturdays and during the summer. Store hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and we are open Wednesday through Saturday. Choose your hours and be part of an exciting team that partners with people in need, building affordable homes in our community. Responsibilities include pricing stock, cash register, answering the phone and helping customers as needed. With the profits from our store, we are able to continue our mission helping people in need. Volunteers are also needed for construction sites (must be 16 years or older). Construction will begin at the end of September 2004 and continue through the school year.
Contact Person: Unknown
Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator
Address 1: 700 Childrens Drive
ZIP code: 43205
Contact Number : 614-722-2000
Typically, teen volunteers provide service in many areas, including the information desk, gift shop, sibling Clubhouse, clinic waiting rooms, Close to Home centers, and in office settings. Most assignments will be supporting families, patients, and staff. Teens continuing in the Nationwide Children's volunteer program will have the opportunity to train on patient units. Teens must be 14 and in high school by Septermber 1st. Typically, teen volunteers provide service in many areas, including the information desk, gift shop, sibling Clubhouse, clinic waiting rooms, Close to Home centers, and in office settings. Most assignments will be supporting families, patients, and staff. Teens continuing in the Nationwide Children's volunteer program will have the opportunity to train on patient units. Assignments will be same day/same time each week, typically 2-3 hours.
Coral Springs Mothers of Multiples
Contact Person: Pam Walker
Job Title: President
Address 1: 6056 NW 56th Drive
Address 2: Coral Springs
City: Coral Springs
ZIP code: 33067
Contact Number : 954.755.3555
At Coral Springs Mothers of Multiples we are committed to supporting parents of multiples in Coral Springs and its surrounding areas. Volunteers are needed for events that we hold throughout the year. Our purpose is to provide understanding, guidance, and education for our members in matters unique to raising multiple birth children. The volunteers would receive service hours that would help to fulfill the requirements not only for graduation (as required) but also for the Florida BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP program.