Youth Summer Volunteer Vibes 2021

Are you a teen looking to complete service hours this summer? Or are you a parent searching for new answers when your kids come to you saying, “I’m bored”? Our Summer Volunteer Vibes opportunities are just what you’re looking for!  Every other Friday, we’ll share our Fresh Five on this page. These volunteer opportunities will include projects you can sign up to do or be things you can do on your own at home. Some projects may repeat a few times because they’re just fun and can be done anytime!

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Summer Youth Vibes Program

We have lots of Summer Volunteer Vibes opportunities. Hit the button below!

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Summer Youth Vibes Fresh Five - NEW!

Be sure to check this page every week or so and see what new suggestions we have for you to VIBE OUT VOLUNTEERING all summer long! Be sure to share what you are doing on your social media and tag us and your school! When you share to our social media, you’ll be entered in a drawing for small, fun prizes. Every time you serve and post, we’ll enter you in a drawing for a larger prize given at the end of the summer before school starts.

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Summer Youth Vibes: Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions? We have answers. Here you can learn how to participate, how you can get credit for volunteer service and so much more.

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Day of Service Guide - - featuring MLK Jr. Weekend of Service & VolunteerFest

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Directory of Youth Service Opportunities - - great ideas from great organizations!

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How to make the best of your volunteer service

First, ask yourself two questions, “What issues are important to me?” and, “What kinds of activities do I like?” If you love making the environment a better place, would you rather help an agency do this by working in their office, or by going outside and cleaning up a stream? If you are passionate about working with younger people, would you rather be a tutor or work in an after-school sports program? Also, think about how far you are willing to travel and how much time you can commit. It’s better to start small than to make a commitment you can’t keep!

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