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OCTA Teen Council

The Orange County Transportation Authority has contacted us with the following opportunity for our students between the ages of 13 and 18.  Please see the attached and visit the web address below for more information.  The Teen Council is a competitive community service volunteer position for teens.  Teen Council members provide their insights into public transportation issues within Orange County. In addition to learning about local government, public transportation and urban planning from OCTA staff, Teen Council members build leadership, communication and teamwork skills. Participation on the Teen Council adds a great highlight to students’ college applications and resumes. The Teen Council meets about once a month at OCTA’s administrative offices in Orange, CA.


OCTA is currently recruiting for the 2015-16 school year. The deadline for 2015-16 school year applications is July 31, 2014. For  information about the Teen Council please visit: www.octa.net/teencouncil).

OME Volunteer Program

Opportunity Matters To Everyone (OME) is non-profit organization devoted to providing activities and opportunities for children with developmental disabilities and their families.

Throughout the year, OME offers many opportunities for clients and the community to attend our events, some of which are free to the community.  To make these events possible, we need the help of volunteers!  Requirements include: reliable and responsible, experience working with children and/or young adults, familiar with developmental disorders, patience, flexible, a positive attitude, and 16 years or older.  OME will sign off on any volunteer hours for school or community service. 

We are now accepting volunteers for the following events:

~Summer camp: July 13th-July 24th Monday-Friday 9am-3pm-Costa Mesa


To apply or for more information, please contact Corynn at Czizi@om2e.org

Villa West Apts. Kids Summer Program

Villa West Apts Kids Summer Program:  They are looking for three to four girls and/or boys to commit to their summer program beginning the 2nd week of July.  They would like your presence from 1:00 to 3:30PM Tuesday thru Friday.  You will be expected to supervise painting projects, games, arts and crafts, planting projects etc.  They do require a commitment for the summer but are looking for students that like to play, create, sing and write ABC’s and read stories; and math!.  If you are interested, please contact Kathleen Baron, Manager 949-887-1690 or ktbaron@1gardner.com


Kaiser/Woodland needs volunteers and help with the Arts and Crafts table and face painting.

When: Saturday, May 16th 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Contact: Lailii Rascon, lailiirascon@gmail.com or cell# (323) 377-3765


The ENC is looking for High School Students with a desire in Leaders in Training.  It is a two week commitment.  You will help with Summer Camp, which is a perfect opportunity for those who enjoy working with kids, and it provides an excellent experience to include on a resume or college application. 

If you are interested, please contact the ENC or email lori@encenter.org


The ENC needs volunteers to assist with the Spring Faire on May 3rd.  Volunteers help set up, sell food and beverages, staff game booths and craft tables, paint faces, and clean up at the end.  They need your help for the following shits:


7:00AM - 10:00am: Set-up

9:30 - 12:30: Faire (Groups and experienced ENC volunteers only)

12:00 - 3:00PM: Faire (Groups and experience ENC volunteers only)

3:00PM - 5:00PM: Clean up.


The Elk's Club needs YOU:

The Elk's is looking for students who are interested in food service, busboy, and dishwasher, etc.  for the following dates:

This Friday, May 1st;

Saturday, May 2nd they will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo

Sunday, May 5th they will be celebrating Mother's Day.

Sunday, June 7th for Brunch service.

Tuesday, June 16th

IF you are interested, please pick up an insurance form and contact John Garten at 949-246-7886


AIDS Services Foundation Orange County

Volunteer walkers needed. Please let me know that you will be there as we walk in the parade promoting ASF, AIDS Walk & Red Ribbon 5k Fun Run. The 49th Laguna Beach Parade, themed "The Home of the Free Because of the Brave", will take place on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. (We will meet between 10am and 10:15am)


Featuring community groups, imaginative floats, and spirited marching bands from throughout the Southland. Sign up now!!


AIDS Walk phone banks – volunteers needed to make phone calls to past team captains to register for this year’s Walk/Run – ASF Office In Irvine

Saturday March 14, 2015 from 10:15am to 2pm


AIDS Walk and Red Ribbon 5K Fun Run – Mason Regional Park, Irvine

Saturday May 9, 2015 Various shifts throughout the day.


Please contact me in the Volunteer Department to sign as soon as possible.


Thank you


Thom Chapman

Volunteer Coordinator

AIDS Services Foundation Orange County

17982 Sky Park Cir, Suite J, Irvine, CA 92614

(949) 809-5771



Nominate a young volunteer for up to $10,000 in scholarships.  Go to Kohlskids.com and nominate a young volunteer, ages 6 to 18, who has made a difference in your community.  Top winners each receive $10,000 for higher education.


How Does it Work?

  • Nominators must be 21 or older

  • Students must be between the ages of 6 and 18 (as of March 13, 2015) and not yet a high school graduate

  • The student’s volunteer actions should be described in detail on the nomination form

  • Volunteer efforts must have occurred in the last year and must have benefited people not related to the student

  • Winners will be chosen based on the benefits and outcomes of their volunteer service.


Nominations accepted January 30 – March 13, 2015


New Volunteer Opportunities

Newport Harbor Lutheran Church – If you would like to volunteer one day a week please contact Karen Hersh at 949-548-3631 x110 or Karen@nhlcs.org There are a few requirements which are as follow: 1) Health Screening Report.  2) Current T.B. Test.  3) There is a dress code at the school for volunteers.  No tattoo’s or piercings showing.  You must wear appropriate clothing and nothing to short or revealing.

Kaiser/Woodland Elementary Annual Pancake Breakfast and Book Sale - Saturday, February 7th from 7:00am to 12:00pm  If you would like to volunteer please contact Lailii Rascon @323-377-3765 or lailiirascon@gmail.com

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) - The Newport Beach Fire Department is hosting three Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) programs that are scheduled to start at the end of February.  There have been many Newport Harbor High School students and their parents participate in the CERT program over the last several years and it is a great opportunity to continue getting some of the local high school students and their families prepared for any unexpected disasters.  Please contact Matt Brisbois at 949-644-3381 or nbcert@nbfd.net  Applications are available in the counseling office.

ENC Habitat Helpers




Start the New Year off right! Volunteer at the Environmental Nature Center!




Habitat Helpers
Assist the ENC on the grounds, removing non-native invasive weeds. Help native animals by helping their habitat - and make the Center more beautiful for visitors! An adult must accompany children younger than 14 years of age.
Sign up online! Click the date(s) you'd like to volunteer:

Jan 20, 1:30 to 3:30 (weeding)

Jan 27, 1:30 to 3:30 (weeding)

Feb 4, 1:30 to 3:30 (weeding)

Feb 6, 1:30 to 3:30 (weeding)








On behalf of the OC Rescue mission, Illumination Foundation and Mercy House:

We are collecting ALL SIZES of Jackets and coats for homeless men, women and children. Please donate clean outerwear. J These items will be handed out directly to people in need to help keep them warm this winter!

Please drop off at 534 Catalina Drive, Newport Beach there is a big box on the porch for donations, in Mr. Smith’s room (Science Building), or Mr. Sigafoos room (English building)!

Thank You, Felicity Giddings

Jacket Drive December 1st through February 14th 2015

Thank you for your support and remember the sooner the better!

Sincerely, Felicity Giddings


Back Bay Therapeutic Riding Club right here in Newport Beach needs volunteers.
All our riders (mostly children) have disabilities.  Our wonderful horses work to help them improve muscle strength, language and social skills, build self-esteem - to name just a few benefits.  We cannot teach our lessons without volunt... Continue
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Published: 6/23/15


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