Volunteers are welcome for different time slots - check it out
Steinmetz students volunteers are needed to assist in a variety
of capacities. The program offers financial literacy education, fun
activities, and free breakfast and lunch for any student with no where
to go. Click for complete details and up coming opportunities.
What: Spring Break Safe Haven Program
Where: Elston Avenue United Methodist Church (5850 N. Elston Ave)
Please call and confirm before first visit
For more information, call Rev. Hannah 773-775-3399 or email her
Service Learning Opportunity
Cook County Forest Preserves Field Trip
Earn ONE HOUR for every 1,000. So spend some time -
donate rice to people who really need it and improve your
skills! Over 100 billion grains donated to date. (make it fun ....use different categories)
Email total to - email@example.com
Women, and the young girls who will grow up to become women, are
the secret weapon in fighting hunger. Empowerment can be as
simple as providing a nutritious meal to a girl at school.
Research shows educated mothers have healthier families – their
children are better nourished and more likely to attend school
Are you a Chicago area teen in need of service learning hours?
Though we do not currently offer any direct volunteer
opportunities for individuals under the age of eighteen, we do
have a wide range of projects that teens can complete for
learning hours. These include plans for no-sew dog beds,
dog treats, t-shirt rope toys, and a “how to” guide of holding a
Email AnnaOTAT@gmail.com for questions concerning service
One Tail at a Time
The National Runaway Switchboard
3080 N Lincoln. Students are needed to answer the runaway
hotline to offer support for runaway, at-risk and homeless teens.
Students will attend an intensive training before getting
started. Contact: 773/880-9860 x218.
National Runaway Switchboard
The largest online community of people passionate about making a
NATIONAL SERVICE ORGANIZATION
Great opportunity for summer work (not a big money maker but an
excellent chance to learn a great deal, network with other like
minded people, and a positive for job & college applications).
Ms. Eshoo - Library - firstname.lastname@example.org - 773-534-3291