The Volunteer Center of Greensboro is looking for Guilford County high school students to attend our weeklong Service Learning- Impacting Citizenship Camp (SLICC). SLICC is a hands-on approach to uniting youth across different social groups through a weeklong service experience that will empower them to change their generation, learn about their government, and impact their community. Each morning of SLICC will be filled with challenging group activities, enlightening speakers, and team building exercises. After lunch, the groups will travel to local nonprofit agencies to complete service projects and to learn the inner-workings of these agencies!
Dates: Monday, August 6th – Friday, August 10th .
Time: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm. Morning drop-off is available beginning at 8:00am.
Benefits: Students will earn at least 30 hours of community service, have fun while learning about in depth issues related to youth, and have an immediate impact through hands-on volunteering in our community. Students will make friends, learn team-building skills, increase their awareness of diversity, and learn how to use youth power to improve Guilford County!
Cost: Totally Free!!! There are no costs to participate. All food, learning, and service materials will be provided by the Volunteer Center.
Transportation: Students need to have their own transportation to and from the Camp’s Downtown Base location. Bus transportation will be provided to and from service agencies.
Recruitment: High school students may contact the Volunteer Center of Greensboro directly for more information. Students will need to demonstrate leadership, a desire to serve in their community, and an interest in citizenship engagement.
For further details:
Amanda Rogers, Program Director