Tag: volunteer

Sheltering Tree Ranch

April is Autism Awareness Month. Here you can read about a homeschooling teen’s experiences volunteering with autistic children.

Give

The Razor’s Edge, by Madeleine Richey We don’t always realize that sometimes the most valuable thing we have to give is our time, and not only our time, but effort. But it’s not all give and no get. Volunteering benefits everyone involved. Summer is in full swing, and what better time to spend part of […]

WANTED: Homeschooling Teen Volunteers!

Attention Homeschooling Teens! Would you like to develop your skills and put your talents to good use while serving the homeschool community? Volunteer with Homeschooling Teen magazine and get credit for service learning while gaining valuable experience for college applications and resumes. Homeschooling Teen is seeking homeschool students or graduates to serve in the following […]

An American Teenager: My Life & Experiences In Costa Rica

For the month of February, I was unable to write due to a few fun excursions I took part in. My younger brothers’ school was taking a field trip into the mountains to a Christian camp, and I joined them as a volunteer. I received 72 hours of volunteer hours for the trip, where my […]

Interesting School Tour Possibilities for Older Students

by Jennifer Doherty ARTICLE SUMMARY This article looks at the possible school tour options available to teachers of older students who are looking for educational development and inspiring travel options. It focuses on some of the more unusual and exciting options on offer. The changing world of school travel Once upon a time, the school […]

Make a Difference – Volunteer!

Make a Difference Day, the largest national day of helping others, is held every year on the 4th Saturday of October. It is sponsored by USA Weekend Magazine in partnership with the Points of Light Foundation. Why Volunteer? Volunteering is fun – and it changes the lives of all those involved. Volunteering strengthens communities while […]