Last updated: 9/20/23
Volunteer Opportunities - **If you are a senior participating in TMCC Nevada Promise - you need 8 hours of service before June!
Huskie Community Service Club:
This club is a great resource for all kinds of volunteer opportunities, plus they have on their website a list of local community service agencies/organizations. Colleges are now looking for students who are well rounded, not only through academics / sports, but through community service / volunteering. Community Service is a great way to boost your resume and make you stand out!
Community Foundation of Northern Nevada:
The Community Foundation of Northern Nevada is looking for up to 20 students for the Youth in Philanthropy High School Giving Circle advisory committee. This committee will learn about charities in our community and then decide which charity will recevie all or a portion of $10,000. Apply by September 8th - High School Giving Circle Application 2023 (jotform.com) Stop by the Cube for more information, or reach out to Fayth Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Northern Nevada R.A.V.E. Family Foundation (NNRFF): The mission of the NNRFF (R.A.V.E.-an acronym for Respite And Volunteer Experiences) is to improve the well-being of Nevada families by providing respite to families caring for young children and adult family members with special needs. The NNRFF, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, accomplishes this by training youth volunteers to care for these exceptional children and by providing vouchers for families to choose appropriate respite options. The NNRFF operates the only center-based program in Washoe County that offers respite care for families caring for young children with disabilities and/or special needs. Volunteers are asked to donate 8 hours per month of their time. Volunteer application available at Volunteer Application Link/or email: email@example.com.
Washoe County School District Student Advisory Council: The Washoe County School District’s Student Advisory Council is currently accepting applications for the 2021-22 school year (9th thru 12th grade). The Student Advisory Council makes your voice of our youth visible as students work with peers and district staff to improve the educational experiences for ALL students. Students will be expected to attend monthly SAC meetings and other events/meetings that come up throughout the year. Students are expected to represent students in their schools and communities and offer student viewpoints accordingly regarding WCSD policies and procedures. To apply, please fill out the Student Advisory Council Application