Summer Volunteen Program

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Volunteen Program

Dayton Children’s provides an opportunity for teens to experience the satisfaction of volunteering and sharing their time with others during the summer months.  Our volunteer program is designed to help teens learn valuable skills that will service them for a lifetime.

The application period for summer 2014 is now closed. Please check back next year for information on volunteering in 2015.

If you have questions, please contact our volunteer services department at 947-641-3333.

Volunteen Program

Program requirements

Teens must be 16 years old by June 1 of the year they are volunteering.

Applications are accepted the first week of February only.

Applications are prioritized based on the date they are received.

Interviews will be conducted during a student’s high school spring break.

Information regarding specific areas for volunteering will be provided prior to the interview.

Teens accepted into the volunteen program must be able to attend the scheduled orientation sessions.

Teens may begin as soon as school is out.

Teens must volunteer four (4) hours a week for nine (9) weeks during the summer.

Teens may continue to volunteer during the school year once the summer commitment is fulfilled.

Orientation and health work requirements are the same as for adult volunteers.

 
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Upcoming Events

Free bike helmets will be given out as part of the Monroe Bike Rodeo this year.

The 1st Annual Logan X. Hess Stop Child Abuse Poker Run and Car Show will take place August 3. The ride begins at the Piqua American Legion and ends at Edison Community College. The car show will be at Edison Community College.

West Carrollton Police will be on hand to insure proper fit for all bike helmets.

Sample the distinctive flavors of the many cultures of Old North Dayton while enjoying entertainment, children's activities and a bicycle decoration competition for ages 9-16. All bike entries MUST be registered with the Dayton Police in advance at go.cityofdayton.org or at the Festival at 5:30 PM.

As part of the National Night Out, the Germantown Police Department will assist with the proper fitting of bicycle helmets for children without them.

A bike safety program will be part of the National Night Out Against Crime, with Trotwood Fore & Rescue personnel on hand to help insure proper fit of all bicycle helmets.

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