Volunteering provides many benefits for teens. By participating in community service activities teens can meet new people, learn the value of serving others, build life skills, explore potential career options, and more. It also looks great on a college application!
One community service project seemed to lead to another for Michael Patterson, grown homeschooler. He shares a variety of service project ideas in here that could work for your family. And as Michael reminds us, "Kids don't have to wait to become adults to be heroes."
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Community service for teens is becoming a graduation requirement in most high schools. Here’s how to make that volunteer time really mean something to your child.
How to Create an Extraordinary #Homeschool Activity List for Perfectly Ordinary Teens @TheHomeScholar The HomeScholar’s Humungous List of Homeschool High School Activities from A-Z When all else fails, and you can’t think of any activities, check out this long list! Remember that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Ask your friends! Look around at what other homeschoolers are doing for volunteer, leadership, and community service activities.
Volunteering as a Family During the Holidays: ways to get involved with volunteering and local charities will help kids to understand how they can make a difference in both their world and the lives of others.