Camp Invention- volunteer at a local elementary school and receive up to 40 hours of SSL hours. See the website for locations and more info.
For kindergarten through sixth graders, Camp Invention is an exciting, week-long summer adventure with activities that explore connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation. Throughout the week, children rotate through various modules that encourage them to work together, seek
Summer Employment Opportunity
Frederick County Government- Seasonal Parks Maintenance Technician
JOB INFORMATION: Non-Exempt; full-time work through the summer; 40 hours per week; anticipated schedule is Monday – Friday; 6:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.; plus Saturday/Sunday morning hours every other weekend; approximately mid March – late September 2020; early season & late season hours may be less than 40 per week; no benefits
Wage: $11.00 per hour – minimum age 16 years
JOB DUTIES- This position will perform routine manual work consisting of a wide variety of parks maintenance and custodial tasks for the Division of Parks and Recreation. Supervision is received from a Park Maintenance Supervisor and/or Parks Maintenance Leader. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Mowing grass Litter pick-up and trash removal Park shelter clean-up Planting General grounds maintenance Weeding Raking Perform other related duties as assigned
Please see program document for more info.
Windsor Knolls After School Club
Windsor Knolls is ready to roll out their After School Club and invites Urbana Honor Society students to volunteer their assistance. The club will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at Windsor Knolls from 3-4 pm starting at the end of October and running through April. Volunteers should be willing to assist their students in math, social studies, science, language arts, Spanish, study skills, and/or organizational skills. Transportation will be offered on the FCPS buses from Urbana High School to Windsor Knolls for those students who need a way to get to Windsor Knolls. Volunteers will need to secure their own way home at 4pm.
All volunteers will have to go through a one-session training on how best to work with middle school students. The training will be offered on 10/16, 10/17, 10/21, and 10/22 and again after winter break if some students are not able to volunteer until the new year. The training will take less than an hour and students will need to have a photo identification with them to be scanned into the Raptor system for the volunteer badge to be issued.
If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the Google form below:
The Town of Mount Airy is presenting our annual Spooky Trail on Saturday, October 26, from 5-8 p.m. We would like to invite you to join us! We are looking for volunteers to help make the Spooky Trail a fun, and exciting event for everyone. Students interested in volunteering as a Trail Actor/Monitor, assist with set up/break down, or any other slots available, should click on the link below to sign up.
Volunteers would need to arrive by 4 pm to begin preparing and receive their instructions for the night. They should expect to be done 30 minutes to an hour after the trial closes. Each Student that participates will receive 6 Volunteer service hours for their shift and a free pizza dinner.
SSL Opportunity - Urbana Math Club
Urbana Math Club is registered with the National Math Club, Math Count Foundation. Our activity is sponsored by EKAL Foundation, USA (EKAL.org). Urbana Math Club is currently looking for volunteers. They meet every Sunday from 8:30-10:30 am at Shafer's Mill Community Center, in the Villages of Urbana. The organization teaches 4th-6th grade student advanced math concepts and prepares them for Math competitions.
Volunteers will help with teaching and/or working one on one with the students to help them solve math problems. Interested students should contact Amit Kumar, PhD - leader of Urbana Math Club. Phone: 301-300-5233 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frederick County Public Libraries are proud to support our FCPS students in their efforts to earn service learning hours. At the Urbana Regional Library we are especially focused on reaching student volunteers in the Linganore, Oakdale, and Urbana school “feeder” patterns, and we are always delighted to provide volunteer opportunities for students aiming to achieve 75 hours for annual recognition or working toward a particular class requirement.
If interested stop in and speak to Michelle Biwer or apply online at this link: