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Volunteer Opportunities

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Please contact your counselor if you are interested in any of the opportunities listed below.
 
Service Learning Opportunities

JO Combs USD Elementary Schools
Date: Throughout the Year (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday)
Time: 3PM - 5:30PM Daily
Event Contact: Kelly Guerra
What: Student volunteers needed to work with elementary children enrolled in the Combs Kidz program.
 
San Tan Valley Farmer's Market
Date: 2nd Saturday of the each month (excluding September and October)
Where: Combs High School student parking lot
Time: 5am - 12pm
Event Contact: santanvalleyfarmersmarket.com
What: Help distributing produce for Produce on Wheels Without Waste


Hoofbeats with Hearts:
Equine assisted  activities & Therapies for children and adults.
43491 N Coyote rd, San Tan Valley, 85140
602-421-7718
   
 
Do you need community service hours?  The Youngsters At Heart organization, a senior citizen support agency, can use your help on March 2nd.  You would be moving items from one location to another in the same neighborhood. If you would like to participate, contact Michelle at 480-886-4731.
The Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family is searching for inspiring youth leaders from Arizona high schools to serve on the 2019-2020 Governor's Youth Commission (GYC). 
 
The GYC provides teens opportunities for:
  • personal growth
  • leadership development
  • community engagement around some of the issues that impact them most
 
Teens will learn how to:
  • serve on a board
  • participate in committees
  • plan service projects
  • gain public speaking skills
  • build friendships statewide 
 
If you know a student that will be a high school sophomore, junior or senior during the 2019-2020 school year and has a heart to serve others, please share this unique opportunity to serve as ambassadors in a nationally recognized leadership program.
 
Applications are currently being accepted from youth in all of Arizona's fifteen counties.