How to Find Teen Volunteer Opportunities FREE Planning Pack

March 19, 2020

Sarah Shelton

Sarah Shelton

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Volunteer hours are an essential part of college and scholarship applications. Volunteer opportunities are just as crucial for your child’s high school transcripts as attendance recording. 

Free Teen Volunteer Planning Pack

As your teen completes their volunteer hours and community service activities, having an easy to fill out packet will help you prepare you when it’s time to fill out their high school transcript. This Teen Volunteer Planning Pack will help you organize and find volunteer opportunities for your teen!

Volunteering in your community is an excellent way for your teenager to learn about their interests, develop useful skills, and help others while giving back to their community. This Teen Volunteer Planning Pack will give your teenager a chance to reflect on their past volunteer opportunities to determine how they felt about the experience and what they liked about it.

This pack also helps them keep track of their hours and opportunities, contact information, and other requirements for volunteer opportunities.

This FREE Teen Volunteer Planning Pack includes:

  • Self-reflection planning pages for your teen to answer
  • Potential volunteer opportunities tracking chart
  • Volunteer hours tracking sheet.

Download your FREE Teen Volunteer Planning today. Scroll down to get access. 

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