What is Youth Corps?
The Youth Corps is a summer teen volunteer program for middle through high school teens. Volunteers can explore career opportunities, give back to the community, and receive school credit (with prior school approval). Opportunities are available in City of Scottsdale offices, recreation centers, citizen service centers and senior centers.
Volunteer up to 20 hours per week during June and July!
What kind of volunteering can I do?
Parks & Recreation Summer Program
Assist recreation leaders who run a day program for children ages 6-11. If you like kids this is for you!
Mature teens that enjoy working in business environments like this type of volunteer work.
If you love working with the elderly this job is for you! Assist recreation leaders with daily activities.
The service team gives teens an opportunity to contribute to the community through various service projects throughout summer.
* No position is guaranteed. Teens will be placed based on selection criteria, see inside panel.
City of Scottsdale Youth Corps Applicants
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
The following criteria have been established for Youth Corps volunteer applicants to help them understand the volunteer assignment process. Due to the large number interested volunteers, we are not able to assign all volunteer applicants to a position this summer. Everyone who applies is invited to attend our job skills training workshops scheduled this summer and participate in our planned service projects. Flyers will be sent out to each applicant regarding opportunities.
The screening process results will determine volunteer placement.
Presentation - Aspects of the presentation
Applicant Flexibility - the applicant must
Willingness to adhere to the set policies and standards of the City of Scottsdale.
Ability to perform all essential functions of the tasks and duties of the Youth Corps Volunteer position description.
How do I join Youth Corps?
1) Fill out an online application form. Returning volunteers will be mailed a separate application.
(*See Criteria for Selection)
"Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us daily."