CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL - COMMUNITY SERVICE
A minimum of 60 hours of community service is required for graduation from Carmel High School. In meeting this requirement please conform to the following guidelines:
- Community Service work performed by students must be for a non-profit or civic organization such as a school, hospital, nursing home, library, park system, community center or charitable organization.
- Students are expected to follow the rules and regulations that govern conduct at Carmel High School while participating in community service work.
- Students provide their own transportation for community service projects.
- Neither the Carmel Unified School District, its officers, employees, agents, nor the supervisor shall be responsible or in any way liable for the conduct of the student at any time when such student is not on school property.
** Note, not all work performed for a non-profit necessarily meets the CHS definition of community service. For example some non-paid volunteer work for religious organizations does not meet the California public school standards for recordable community service. Helping an organization with fund raising events, childcare, and clerical duties are considered acceptable community service activities, whereas activities designed to promote religious beliefs and the participation in religious services are not considered recordable Carmel High School service.
If you are unsure whether your proposed community service project meets Carmel High's criteria please ask either Mr.Tuana at email@example.com or Mrs. Vita at firstname.lastname@example.org for clarification.
To download and print the Community Service Contract click hereCommunity Service OpportunitiesPlease see the Daily Bulletin for upcoming short term and one time service opportunities.For a list of local non-profit organizations click this link: Monterey Counrty non-profit-organizationsLocal Organizations needing high school volunteers:MEarth / Hilton Bialek Habitat - weekly volunteer opportunities. Contact Sarah Schmidt email@example.com
Carmel Youth Baseball - in Carmel and Carmel Valley
Carmel Valley Branch Library - in Carmel Valley Village needs volunteers for the After School Homework Center. Student volunteers assist the Homework Center Coordinator and library staff with providing resources and guidance to elementary, middle, and high school students for completing homework. The library’s Homework Center operates Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-6:00pm, and Fridays 3:00-5:00pm. Contact Eddy Hamelin at 831-659-2377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for a volunteer application.Harrison Memorial Library - in CarmelVolunteers needed to help during the school year. Easy tasks great for after school hours. Contact Pat at 624-4664 at the Park Branch Library or email email@example.com for more information or an application for Volunteer Service.Cachagua CenterWe have opportunities for special projects or ongoing service of 1-2 hours per week.Contact: Vicki Briesacker 659-5202 or firstname.lastname@example.orgReturn of The Natives, Restoration Education ProjectA project of the Watershed Institute, CSUMB"Bringing Nature Closer to People and People Closer to Nature Through Hands On participation In restoring Habitats."Get more information and project dates at csumb.edu/watershedFood Bank of Monterey County 815 West Market Street, Salinas CA 93901At the Food Bank for Monterey County, volunteers are indispensable in our efforts to provide food assistance. Every year, volunteers donate more than 40,000 hours of labor. This gift of time and effort saves us dollars that can be for programs.
This support enabled us to distribute 7 million pounds of food. Join us!
- Warehouse Distribution
- Saturday Food Sorts
- Events & Fundraising
- Office Assistance
- The Emergency Food Assistance Program Distribution
- The Family Market Distribution
- Board of Directors & Committees
For more information on Volunteering contact:
Sandra Nunez at (831) 758-1523 | email@example.com
Stephanie Robles (831) 758-1523 | firstname.lastname@example.orgMonterey Peninsula Regional Park DistrictVolunteers needed for projects such as building trails, laying irrigation, planting and restoring native habitats. Most projects are 2.5- 4hrs in length. Excellent projects for group or clubs so get a group together and help the park district.Contact: Debbie Wyatt T: (831) 659-6065 or visit www.mprpd.org
Central Coast YMCAYMCA of the Monterey PeninsulaVolunteers needed: Soccer Refs, Basketball Refs, Score Keepers, Basketball Coaches and Assistant Coaches, Lacrosse Score Keepers and Time Keepers.Contact: Chip Harris, Program Director T: (831) 373-4167 Email: email@example.comLilian Pineda, Sport Supervisor (831) 373-4167 firstname.lastname@example.orgPhil Houston, Sport Supervisor (831) 373-4167 email@example.comMY Museum - Montery County Youth MuseumVolunteers needed to answer questions about exhibits, greet school groups, assist guests and answer phones. Student volunteers must be 16 or older.Contact: Kelly Lepai, Associate Director T: (831) 649-6444CHOMP - Community Hospital of the Monterey PeninsulaCommunity Hospital Auxiliary – Junior CategoryFor information: Call (831) 625- 4555 or visit www.chomp.org/volunteer_opportunitiesMeals on Wheels of the Monterey Peninsula7700 Jewell Ave, Pacific Gove, CAThey need: Drivers, Office Volunteers, Meal Servers and Kitchen HelpersFor information: Call (831) 375- 4454 or visit www.mowmp.orgSPCA – Monterey CountyThey need all types of volunteers including animal companions.For information: Call (831) 422- 4721 ext. 223 or visit www.spcamc.org and click on volunteers – how to become a volunteerAnimal Friends Rescue ProjectVolunteer opportunities – download volunteer application from website and mail it to: P.O. Box 5108, Pacific Grove 93950For information: Call (831) 333- 0722 or visit http://www.animalfriendsrescue.org/Monterey Bay AquariumNeeds student guides. Orientation and time commitment required.For information: visit http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/. Click on volunteerYWCA – Monterey County457 Webster St, Monterey CA 93940For information: Call (831) 583- 1025 or visit http://www.ywca.org/ (click sign up to volunteer)Habitat for Humanity – Monterey CountyP.O. box 742, Seaside, CA 93955For information: Call (831) 422-4828 or visit http://www.habitatmonterey.org/American Red Cross – Carmel ChapterFor Information: Call (831) 624-6921 or visit http://www.arccarmel.org/Dorothy's Kitchen – SalinasHelp prepare meals to feed the homeless.For Information: Call (831) 757-3838 or visit http://www.dorothysplace.org/Community Partnership for YouthFor Information: Call (831) 394-4279 or email respect.cpy.orgCalifornia State Parks- Monterey Historic ParkContact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (831) 649-7136Youth Music MontereyFor Information: Call (831) 375-1992 or email email@example.comContact: Paul Stanfield T: (408) 392-0170 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org