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Community Service Opportunities

New American Africans


Summer-time Volunteer Opportunity: New American Africans works with students who are still in the process of mastering English. Our summer literacy support program pairs a new American student with an older, host community student. New American students will read out loud with their partner for about 15 minutes. We have a wide range of reading materials that can be used for this purpose. After reading, everyone plays board games and shares a snack.

Kate Bentley Memorial Foundation

Local charity seeking high school students to assist in pruning and planting of lilacs for the Katie Bentley Memorial Foundation.  Most of work in Salisbury but there is work to be done in all locations around MV school district!  If interested email Mr. Ciarametaro!

Friends Program

Looking for community service hours?  The Friends program pairs up high school students with underprivileged kids from the Concord area to be mentors, similar to the "Big Brother/Big Sister" program.  This is a great way to help your community, earn community service hours, etc, and would be ideal for a student who plans to work with kids or go into teaching, counseling etc.  

Come learn more at our orientation for teens on:
June 26, 2018 - 1:00 - 3:30pm

MVYBS Snack Shack

MVYBS Snack Shack Volunteers
Attention all MVHS students!  Looking for volunteer hours?  The Merrimack Valley Youth Baseball program is looking for students to help out in the snack shack for games.  CLICK HERE for the schedule and see your school counselor for information on how to sign up!

Andover After School Program

The Andover Afterschool Program is looking for volunteers to help engage and promote FUN and EXCITING activities, both self and instructor directed.  For more information, please see your School Counselor!

Teen Court Community Service

The Teen Court Program was started in 2001. In this Program, youth participate in a court process administered by their peer group under adult guidance. It utilizes both teen and adult volunteers from the community who may be able to earn community services hours for their participation. The hearings are overseen by a Judge and the courtroom is comprised of volunteer jury members, teen prosecuting and defense attorneys, bailiffs and adults mentors, often UNH School of Law students. The program meets at Merrimack County’s Probate Court typically two Tuesdays per month from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Teen Court strives to promote self-esteem, self-improvement and to foster a positive attitude towards rules and authority.

For additional info, see your School Counselor.

Concord Hospital

The After School Program is set up for high school students to volunteer one day a week after school until 5:00 PM. Their duties vary from delivering flowers and mail to working in the copy center and putting Welcome Packets together for different departments. Students must be 14 years of age to participate. Contact Nancy Burns at 227-7000 ext 3630 for details. 

Community Service Opportunity: Society for the Preservation of the Old Meeting House. Click here for description and contact.