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Our campers follow their dreams, try incredible new things, and gain lifelong friends and positive role models in a safe and supportive environment. Our very low staff-to-camper ratio of 1:6 ensures a level of instruction, engagement, and mentoring that makes the experience unforgettable.
10820 Reeves Rd., OJai, CA 93023
Contact: Jen Baron
firstname.lastname@example.org • 805-861-8128
Amplify Sleep Away Camp For Girls
Your best summer yet! Dive into a summer of exploration and active learning on a Caribbean liveaboard voyage or global travel adventure. Experience scuba diving, sailing, marine biology, wildlife biology or veterinary medicine on a Broadreach program specially designed for middle or high school students.
1111 Haynes St., Unit 107, Raleigh, NC 27604
Contact: Bethany Remington
email@example.com • 919-256-8200
Broadreach Summer Adventures
HAWKEYE IS DIFFERENT, WITH THE FEEL OF FAMILYThe healthy experience of the outdoors, Hawkeye uses the joy and fun of camp to break down social and cultural prejudices, misconceptions and barriers. Camp Hawkeye is a private camp with a social justice mission focusing on the best parts of being a kid.
165 Camp Good News Rd., Charlestown, NH 03603
Contact: Jessica Colgan-Snyder
firstname.lastname@example.org • 781-315-1297
Experiential student travel programs in Nepal, Tanzania, Costa Rica, and the USA. Geared toward students who are excited about cultural immersion, community impact projects, and self growth. Students also have the option to earn college credits from Western Colorado University! Choose adventure and expand your horizons this summer!
1 World Way, Windsor, NH 03244
Contact: Kelly Moynihan
email@example.com • 413-858-8895
HSPT/ISEE Test Prep Boot Camp and one-on-one options for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade private school applicants. Offering Three Blocks/Full Day & individual sessions. Learn strategies, tricks & tips, mastering the essay, and how to ace the interview. Highly interactive program integrates a community service project.
4490 Cornishon Ave., La Canada, CA 91011
Contact: Lori Juma, Director
firstname.lastname@example.org • 818-790-4357
Learning Ladder Test Prep &
As a family-run organization since 1951, we offer experiential programs for middle and high school students in 30 countries with the following areas of focus: Service, Language, Exploration, Career, Pre-College. Our collaborations include: Smithsonian Student Travel, Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Youth Summits, Columbia Climate School, Oxford Academia.
345 Hickory Ridge Rd., Putney, VT 05346
Contact: Kiki Baxter
email@example.com • 802-387-5000
Putney Student Travel
With 41 years of experience, students 11-18 learn sailing, racing and seamanship living coed with their age group aboard 50-foot yachts, cruising the British Virgin and Leeward Islands. No experience required. We focus on experiential learning, leadership training and personal growth. Scuba certifications, snorkeling, tubing, wakeboarding, kayaking, and island exploration. Marine biology and community service are built into every program.
Hodges Creek Marina, East End, British Islands, Tortola VG1120
Contact: Mike Liese
firstname.lastname@example.org • 800-321-0994
Authentic Connection. Real Impact. Fuel your future with high school intercultural exchange. Gain a deeper understanding of the world through our Study Abroad or Virtual programs. For 90 years The Experiment has been empowering students to immerse themselves in another culture and build the knowledge and skills needed to confront critical global issues.
1 Kipling Rd, PO Box 676, Brattleboro, VT 05302
Contact: Eowyn Greeno
email@example.com • 415-216-3640
The Experiment in International Living
707 West Woodbury Rd, Unit F, Altadena, CA 91001
Contact: Sarah Horner Fish
firstname.lastname@example.org • 626-794-1156
Tom Sawyer Camps
Tom Sawyer Camps is a summer day camp in the Pasadena area for girls and boys ages 3-14. Since 1926, we have been committed to the idea that every child should experience carefree, constructive outdoor activities. The day is split between scheduled activities where campers are taught swimming, horseback riding, archery and, for our Middle School campers, rock wall climbing, high ropes, and windsurfing. During free time, groups create and search for forts in "the desert", build damns in the mud river, and compete in all manner of imaginative quests and challenges.
VISIONS has been changing the lives of teenagers for 34 years. We have one model, built on pillars of robust service work, meaningful cultural immersion, adventurous exploration, and community building. 2022 locations are British Virgin Islands, Montana Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Montana Farm, and Spanish immersion sites in the Dominican Republic and Peru.
203 N Church Ave., Bozeman, MT 59715
Contact: Jennie Mitchell
email@example.com • 315-882-8485
VISIONS Service Adventures
Founded in 1993, Dragons offers immersive Gap Year Programs for students seeking an alternative to mainstream travel and tourism. Dragons small group adventures are mentored by expert instructors and offer homestays, language learning, rugged travel, more. Each program is an original adventure where students gain valuable life skills to navigate their future with confidence.
1905 15th Street #4129, Boulder, CO 80306
Contact: Eva Vanek
firstname.lastname@example.org • 303-413-0822
Where There Be Dragons
825 E. Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91004
Contact: Kenny Tsuda
email@example.com • 626-766-2564
Union Station Homeless Services
Interested in food prep, meal service, and clean up? Help our kitchen team with breakfast and lunch at our Family and Adult Center!
136 W. Peoria St., Pasadena, CA 91003
Contact: Liz Arnold
firstname.lastname@example.org • 626-795-5166
Young & Healthy
We connect underserved children with free medical, dental and mental healthcare through our volunteer doctors; help families with insurance enrollment and navigation; and provide referrals to local services.
1835 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, CA 90015
Contact: Kristie Wong
Kristie@sfcla.org • 213-747-5347
St. Francis Center
Our breakfast program - volunteers help prep coffee, which a staff member distributes outside along with breakfast and lunch bag. Volunteers help with various other tasks, such as making PB&J sandwiches. Our pantry program, we have volunteers sort through donated products and make to-go pantry boxes to be distributed to the community. Parent/guardian supervision required for volunteers ages 8-13.
1100 Oxley St., South Pasadena, CA 91030
Contact: Judy Neeb
email@example.com • 626-403-7358
South Pasadena Public Library
Volunteers must have completed 6th grade to apply to assist with the library's annual Summer Reading Program. Applicants will be interviewed, and if accepted, must commit to completing at least 20 hours of service over the summer. Sign-up for the email list to receive this year's application: https://forms.gle/NwyrutnnQqiawGKh9
7412 Fulton Ave., Suite 3, North Hollywood, CA 91605
Contact: Betsy Storm
firstname.lastname@example.org • 818-764-1022
Fruit harvests: Volunteers (5+) harvest fruit from trees using their hands or provided equipment. Farmers market gleans: Volunteers (12+) collect surplus fruits/vegetables from farmers wishing to donate. Produce goes to local hunger relief agencies; events occur across LA and Ventura counties! Volunteers under 16 must volunteer with parent/guardian.
980 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena, CA 91103
Contact: Liz Kwong
email@example.com • 626-792-2687
Families Forward Learning Center
Families Forward Learning Center has summer volunteer activities for students to assist our early childhood teachers by helping the 3-5 year old children with various reading, art, math, and science activities; as well as participating in plenty of unstructured play time. There are also opportunities to volunteer during our Summer Enrichment working with children 5 - 10 years old. Volunteers must be 13 years old and must be vaccinated.
3230 E. Del Mar, Pasadena, CA 91107
Contact: Michael Fenn
firstname.lastname@example.org • 559-779-2441
Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena
The summer program has over 100 kids per site during the summer. Our hours are from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help provide interesting, stimulating and physically active activities in 1 hour increments. They typical time for volunteers is between 10 and noon and 1 and 4.