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    Volunteer Opportunities for Teens

    Volunteering is one of the best ways for students to push themselves out of their comfort zone and experience new things. Whether you’re helping to build a house, teaching younger students a new subject, or cleaning up your local community, service-oriented learning is one of the best ways for a teen to expand their horizons. 

    On this page, we’ve collected hundreds of exciting and impactful volunteer opportunities for you to explore. Read on for more information about the benefits of volunteering, or start planning your own future today! 

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        What is Volunteering?

        Volunteering is any activity that one does for the betterment of others for no payment or reward. Volunteering can take all kinds of forms, and can be done individually, with a group, or with a nonprofit like those listed below. However, at the heart of all volunteering is service without the expectation of anything in return. 

        In fact, while putting volunteer work on your resume is strongly encouraged, students who regularly help others have been shown to develop other, important life skills that help launch them even further into life. The empathy, cultural awareness, and passion for service gained from a volunteer experience will remain long after the work itself is done. 

        How do I Find a Volunteer Opportunity?

        You can explore TeenLife’s 700+ volunteer options directly from this page. Simply use the filters on the left side of the screen to sort through all the different opportunities. Once you’ve found one that matches your interests or skillset, just click on the listing and send the organization your info! 

        Students who help others develop important life skills, such as empathy, cultural awareness, and a lifelong passion for service. There are hundreds of non-profits who welcome students under the age of 18 as volunteers.