Youths urged to join new Summer Volunteer Challenge
June 21, 2012
FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (June 21, 2012) -- The Fort Meade Army Volunteer Corps, in partnership with Child, Youth and School Services, the USO and Picerne Military Housing, invite you to become part of the garrison commander's vision of a "Youth Summer Volunteer Leadership Challenge."
Youth ages 12 through 18 can register to volunteer a few days a week in organizations throughout Fort Meade.
They may take part in professional training such as resume building, dressing for success, financial planning for the future, disaster preparedness and more.
The Challenge will run from June 25 through Aug. 10.
The more hours you earn, the greater the opportunity to earn prizes.
Volunteers also will have the opportunity to receive:
* Free training
* Community service hours
* On-the-job experience
* End of the summer barbecue
Orientation will be held June 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at Potomac Place Neighborhood Center, 4998 2nd Corps Blvd.
To register, call CYSS at 301-677-1156.
Organizations are requested to provide a hands-on educational summer volunteer experience for Fort Meade's youth by registering vacant volunteer positions.
Inspire the next generation of responsible youth to become productive and positive leaders in the community.
For more information or to register your volunteer opportunity, call Marie Miles, Army Volunteer Corps coordinator, at 301-677-5590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.