Community Service For High School Students
JARC has a number of ways for high school students to gain a meaningful volunteer experience while fulfilling requirements for high school graduation and National Honor Society membership.
Friend-to-Friend volunteers work directly with the individuals JARC serves, sharing their time and friendship. Whether you take a walk, run an errand, or just share a cup of coffee and conversation, you can make a tremendous difference in someone’s life.
Special skills volunteers share a particular talent or area of expertise with individuals served by JARC. If you know a lot about something – computers, music, sewing, cooking, and more – you have something to teach or contribute to a person with a disability.
Special event volunteers provide hands-on help at JARC events or activities. Click here for a list of upcoming events.
Office volunteers assist with general administrative duties at the JARC office.
Judaic volunteers share their love of Judaism with their friends from JARC, perhaps by gathering for a Shabbat dinner, celebrating a holiday, or with Judaic programming.
The Student Volunteer Consent Form must be completed before service begins.
For information about volunteering at JARC, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.