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Most middle and high school teenagers are required to do up to 40+ community service hours as a prerequisite to graduating. At TeenLife we can see why. The benefits of helping others or working with a worthy cause can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your lifetime. Volunteering helps you develop a heart for giving. Discover the wider world around you. Foster meaningful relationships. And even build your resume. TeenLife showcases a countless number of non-profits who specifically work with teens. So, search our site to find the organization and service work that best interests you.
Many middle and high schools require community service as a condition of graduation. Whether or not your school does, service offers many benefits—to others as well as to yourself. WHY TEENS SHOULD COMMIT TO COMMUNITY SERVICE Teens can single-handedly improve the lives of others. Consider the impact of helping an elderly neighbor who no longer [...]
We are so excited to have “America’s Top Humanitarian Charity” Kids In Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S) at this year’s TeenLive LIVE! NewYork event! We sat down with Dennie Hughes to speak with her about how they do such amazing work and to learn more about what teenagers can do to help! How would you describe the work K.I.D.S. do? K.I.D.S. is unique in that it’s a non-profit organization [...]
Do you feel passionate about a specific issue or organization? Perhaps you would like to help them out with a monetary donation, but are a little tight on cash? Maybe you want to get more friends and family involved in a good cause? Or maybe you absolutely dread the thought of raising money or having [...]
With its Celebrity sponsorships, social media, and a mission statement that declares, “We love teens,” DoSomething.org’s edgy vibe and teen-targeted initiatives empower teens to take action. [...]
Often high school students are told that their junior year is the most pivotal. The college application process is on every rising junior’s mind. Your acceptance does indeed ride heavily on your performance in your junior year. This is the last full year colleges will look at. It is imperative that the most rigorous courses [...]
At TeenLife, we know that community service is a hot button for parents and students. It's a requirement for graduation from many middle and high schools, and it's closely tied to college admissions. At TeenLife, we also know that community service has the potential to be life-changing in more ways than one.Boston Guide
At TeenLife, we know that community service is a hot button for parents and students. It's a requirement for graduation from many middle and high schools, and it's closely tied to college admissions. At TeenLife, we also know that community service has the potential to be life-changing in more ways than one.New York Guide