Service Opportunities for Students
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Capitol Hill Village supports seniors in the Capitol Hill neighborhood so they can “age in place” in their own homes. Through its volunteer program, Capitol Hill Village provides quality services to clients, a rewarding service experience for volunteers, and opportunities for new friendships to develop as volunteers and members share experiences and discover mutual interests. Volunteers, including high school students, may serve on a regular or periodic basis, depending on their preferences and schedules. Assignments may include assisting clients in their homes, light home maintenance projects, running errands, help with electronics and technology, gardening projects, planning social or educational events, assisting in the organization’s office and meeting other needs of the members. Volunteers must complete an application and interview and pass a background check. To learn more, call (202) 543-1778.
Jan’s Tutoring House provides educational and enrichment activities for inner-city Washington, DC school-age children and youth through one-on-one mentoring and tutoring. Volunteers 14 and older may tutor elementary school children who participate in the program. A weekly commitment for one year is requested. For more information, click here or call 202-547-1345.
Serve Your City creates essential learning opportunities for at-risk DC students through academic support, community engagement, and athletics. Volunteers 15 and older can provide tutoring and homework help to middle school students, and participate in service projects and other special events. Volunteers with expertise in swimming and rowing can also serve as assistant coaches. Click here to learn more.