Community Service - The giving of one’s time, efforts, and skills outside of school class time for the purpose of benefiting the community (local or global), without monetary compensation.
In order to promote civic awareness and volunteerism, LBHS requires students participate in FORTY HOURS of approved community service as a graduation requirement. Ten hours per year are recommended. Seniors are encouraged to complete their hours by the end of their first semester, to ensure all their hours are complete and accounted for by graduation. Students who are not enrolled at LBHS for all four years will have their hours adjusted. Community Service participation may include community/school volunteerism, city, youth and environmental projects, student assistance, and tutoring. Acceptable community service must be done for a non-profit organization. (Any other service must be authorized by LBHS Administration). Community Service Cards are available in the Activities Office.
For more information, contact Sandy Jones
Things to Consider Before Volunteering:
- Are you interested in or have a passion for a specific issue/cause/organization?
- Do you want to volunteer for different events/organizations, or are you looking to make an ongoing commitment?
- When/how often are you available to volunteer? Can they depend on you to follow through with your commitment?
- Do you have dependable transportation?
- Is there a friend that you would like to join you?
Susi Q Senior Center
Assist seniors on computers
Zero Trash Laguna
First Saturday of each month
My Hero Project
Help with graphic design, photoshop, film editing, tech savy jobs
Friends of Laguna Beach Library
Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
Laguna Beach Animal Shelter
Must be at least 18 years old
World Wide Organization of Organic Farms (Forest Ave.)
Help with mailings
Second Chance Thrift Shop (Broadway)
10AM - 5PM,
Laguna Beach Library
Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club
Ronald MacDonald House, Orange
Ocean Institute, Dana Point
Paint Your Heart Out
St. Joseph Hospital, Orange
Joswick Therpeutic Riding Center, SJC
Someone Cares Soup Kitchen,
Support families that deal with autism
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Habitat for Humanity
Second Harvest Food Bank
Warehouse work and gleaning fields
Additional Opportunities in OC
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