Teen Volunteer Opportunities
According to Wikipedia, voluntary work is an act for the welfare of others without being paid. When you do volunteer work, you are getting experiences, developing skills, and extending your networking. Your volunteering experiences certainly be a good consideration for any employers because now there is a lot of competition so that those with better qualifications are more likely to get a job.
Find Volunteering Jobs for Teens
You can volunteer for the library if you are 14 years old. If you are 16 and is in high school you can be teen tutor. If you like animals, you can volunteer at animal shelters near you. Museums and hospitals are two places that will give you a lot of voluntary work experience. Volunteer opportunities can now be virtual or onsite.
Some examples of virtual volunteer opportunities are: App Testers, Event Strategist, Virtual Tutor, Graphic Designing, Content Creator for Social Media, Phone Friend, Translator and many more. While examples of onsite volunteer opportunities are: Kitchen Assisstant, Blue Catfish Watch, Serve Meals to Guest, Participate in Research, etc. You can also find volunteering opportunities from the following sites:
1. Teen Life
You can find volunteer opportunities for teens by category and even by minimum age from more than 500 volunteer opportunities listed.
2. Volunteer Match
You can find more than 1,500 volunteer opportunities for teens, most of them are virtual volunteer opportunities.
3. Points of Light
You need to scroll down and choose “Good for Teens” on the Features menu to find appropriate volunteer opportunities for teens.