Due to the high volume
of volunteers applying for volunteer positions at Henry Mayo, a
lottery system is now being used to select volunteers.
21st at 12:01am students must go to
and register for the
volunteer lottery. Students should be contacted by Henry Mayo
within 24-36 hours of registering if they were selected to
For more information regarding
the description of this agency please
College of the Canyons
Our selection to the Honor Roll with Distinction is recognition
from the highest levels of the federal government of COC's
commitment to service and civic engagement on our campus and in
If you are
interested in volunteering, please use the contact information
provided or come into the Service Learning Center (STCN-111)
Valencia Campus, for more information.
UNITED WE SERVE
UNITED WE SERVE
The President is calling on all Americans to participate in our
nation’s recovery and renewal by serving in our communities.
There are many ways to get involved. America’s new foundation
will be built one community at a time – and it starts with you.
Looking for a way to serve that's right for you?
Check out the following websites for National, State, and Local
is a portal for you and all Americans to find your own ways to
serve in your own communities. Just choose whatever interests
you – and type in your zip code to see what opportunities our
partner organizations have in your area. Americans are putting
their own country back on the right track; be a part of it.
CaliforniaVolunteers is the state office that manages programs
and initiatives aimed at increasing the number of Californians
engaged in service and volunteering. Through this innovative web
site, individuals and families can find more than 45,000
volunteer opportunities throughout the state involving the arts,
education, animals, disaster
preparedness, the environment, and
other areas of interest.
At this web site, you’ll find the HandsOn Santa Clarita portal
which provides support and resources to build non-profit
capacity and connect local non-profit organizations with
volunteers, groups, and businesses to meet the needs of our
Do you want to learn more about local volunteer opportunities?
Please visit the link above for more information.
Read with Me!
The SCV Education
Foundation is seeking volunteers to work with students in local
elementary schools to improve their reading skills.
As a READ WITH ME! literacy volunteer, you will
work with students one-on-one or in small groups to assist with improving
reading skills such as word accuracy, fluency, and reading comprehension. You
may also be assisting with math, writing and other projects. With your
assistance students will improve their reading skills and greatly benefit from
receiving individualized attention. You will have the opportunity to impact a
Volunteers will receive guidance that includes suggestions on
reading with children and information regarding their school.
To receive more information about READ WITH ME!, contact Renee
Marshall at College of the Canyons
The SCV Education Foundation READ WITH ME! program is flexible,
but we would like to stress that consistency is very important
to the students we assist. We ask our volunteers to commit for
several months, one or two days a week for at least two hours a
The READ WITH ME! program does not run every week.
College of the Canyons was selected
for inclusion in the
edition of the Guide to Service
Learning Colleges & Universities
guide is a
resource for college-bound students interested in making a
difference in their communities & gaining valuable hands-on
experience while earning college credit.