• Washington County Community Foundation - List of Charities

    Contact any of these entities for possible community services opportunities:

    Community Organizations

     

    Cal U High School Early Admit - Summer and Fall Course Offerings

    (See Link: Cal U Information & Events 2019 - 2020)

     

    Marietta College Women's Inspirational Summer Experience Information

     

    Duquesne University Pharmacy Exploration Day Information

     

    Washington County 2019 Summer Camps Information

     

    Summer Food Program Information

     

    Exploring College Options Information

     

    Waterfront Summer School Sessions Information

     

    Brownsville Community Service Days: May 4 and May 18 Information

     

    Summer Reading Skills - Case Western Reserve University 

    Summer Programs for Preschoolers - Grade 12 Information

     

    Not Forgotten Home & Community Services Information

     

    Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Coin Collection Fundraiser Information

     

    Cal U High School Early Admit Summer Courses

    (for 2019-2020 high school juniors/seniors)

    Information

     

    The Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival Worker Information 

     

    Law day Contest Information

     

    Intro to Athletic Training: An Interactive Workshop for H.S. Students 

    Information

     

    Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Outdoor Odyssey (Junior Applicants Only)

    Information

     

    Southwest Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center

    Summer Health Career Academy

    July 15-19, 2019

    Information

     

    Greater Washington County Food Bank

    Thrift Store

    Warehouse (food sorting and packing)

    The Farm (outside gardening or hydroponics projects)

     

    Contact - Suzanne Urcho

    Donor Relations & Outreach Coordinator

    909 National Pike West

    Brownsville, PA 15417

    So no one goes to bed hungry…

    724 632-2190 x114

    donorrelations@gwcfb.org

    www.gwcfb.org

     

    Penn State "Pathway to Success: Summer Start" (PaSSS)

    Information

     

    Camp Frog 2019 Summer Camp Counselors

    Information

     

    Edinboro University School of Business Academy (Summer)

    Information

     

    Waynesburg University CSI Camp - Summer 2019

    Information

     

    SCI Foundation 2019 Student Application: American Wilderness Leadership School

    Information

     

    DeSales University Summer Video Institute 

    Information

     

    Waynesburg Sports' Announcing and Journalism Camp 2019

    Information

     

    Waynesburg Mock Crime Scene Workshop

    March 16, 2019

    9:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Information

     

    Food Pantry - Distribution Center, Grace United Methodist Church

    Volunteer hours available 10 am - noon 

    4th Saturday of each month

    Information

     

    Penn State's S.C.O.P.E. 2019

    This summer, the Office of Multicultural Programs in the College of Education will once again sponsor the Summer College Opportunity Program in Education (S.C.O.P.E.).  This program provides high school sophomores of diverse backgrounds interested in education careers (teaching, counseling, rehabilitation, educational policy or administration) the opportunity to experience college life while earning credit for college work.

    S.C.O.P.E. is a four (4) week academic program during which students take several courses including an English language and composition course, and a college preparatory/SAT course.  The program will run from Sunday June 23, 2018 through Friday July 19, 2019, at the University Park campus.

    All living expenses (room and board) and academic expenses (fees, books and other school supplies) are paid for by the Office of Multicultural Programs in the College of Education and the Office of the Vice Provost for Educational Equity.  The program is very challenging academically as well as socially, but students having completed the program leave with a renewed sense of potential and determination.  It is our hope to prepare students for a successful college experience.  Overall, S.C.O.P.E. is a wonderful opportunity through which students get a feel for education careers, college life in general and Penn State in particular.

    To be eligible, a student must meet the following criteria:

    be of a background traditionally underrepresented in the education profession

    be currently enrolled in sophomore year (10th grade) of high school

    be enrolled in a college prep curriculum and planning to attend a four-year college or university

    have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better

    be interested in a career in the Education field (teaching, counseling, rehabilitation, special education, vocational education, educational policy, etc.)

    We also concentrate our efforts in the recruitment of potential first generation College students and students with limited financial resources.

    The S.C.O.P.E. application requires the nomination of the school guidance counselor, Future Educators Association Advisor, or other school/program official.  S.C.O.P.E. is actively recruiting students interested in careers in the field of education.  We recognize that students in their sophomore year of high school are often still exploring career interests; however, because of limited space, our focus is on those students showing interest in education professions.  We are asking that nominators fully consider their candidate and evaluate that individual’s interest in working in the educational field. Due to the high number of applications we receive, we will be screening candidates very carefully.  The nomination and letters of recommendation will be an important factor in our selection process; however, a nomination is not tantamount to an applicant’s acceptance.

    The application due date (postmark date) is February 1, 2019.  Applications, along with additional recommendation and nomination forms may be downloaded from our website: http://www.ed.psu.edu/educ/multicultural-programs/summer-program.  For further information about the program or application procedures, do not hesitate to contact our office at the above address or phone number.  We look forward to working with you and your students.

     

    Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW)

    Application

    Flyer

    Info Letter

    Additional Info

    PFEW Lycoming

     

    Washington County Humane Society

    Contact Laura Fine, 724-222-7387 x 111, for more information about the Saturday trainings and volunteer opportunities.  Your help is needed!

    Students 17 and younger must have a parent/guardian attend during volunteering time.  Students 18+ can volunteer independently. 

    Volunteer Application

     

    Roscoe Lions Club Spaghetti Dinner

    Looking for 5 - 6 students willing to serve 

    Any students in grade 9, 10, 11, 12

    Saturday, October 20, 2018

    noon - 6pm

    (stay for some or all of the time)

    Allenport Fire Hall, Main St., Allenport, PA

     

    California Food Bank

    Location - former California Fire Department (near the Cal Public Library)

    When - 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm 

    August 15

    September 12

    October 17

    November 14

    December 12

    Volunteers must be 16 or older
     
     

     

    The Farm - Volunteer Work

    Information

      

    Geneva Athletics

    Information

       

    Gannon University Summer Camps 2018

    At Gannon we offer a variety of camps that are academically or athletically related. Attached is a listing of our summer opportunities and more details can be found about each camp at www.gannon.edu/campgannon. As a proud partner with Raise.me, students who participate in a Gannon summer camp can earn up to $1,000 in a micro-scholarship should they attend Gannon after graduating high school. If you are not familiar with Raise.me or if your students want to learn more about micro-scholarships they may qualify for, I encourage them to create a profile at www.raise.me/join/gannon.

    Tom Camillo

    Director of Undergraduate Admissions

    Gannon University

    109 University Square

    Erie, PA 16541

    814-871-7413

    814-871-5803 (fax)

    www.gannon.edu

    Flyer

      

    Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival Summer Work

    Flyer

     

    Case Western Reading Skills and Speed Reading Program

    Individualized programs for children and adults include engaging online instructions, independent reading in great books, and a skilled and encouraging teacher.  Participants will learn phonics, fluency, comprehension, love of reading, textbook skills, and speed reading. 

    Flyer

      

    Lemoyne Community Center

    Seeking college students for summer camp instructor positions. 8-10 weeks of programming Monday –Friday from 9am-4pm.  Pay range from $10-$13.00/hr. No experience necessary. Must love to work with youth, especially in sports and education engagement. Psychology, sociology, criminal justice, arts, health, theater and similar majors.  Perfect for externship. To apply, email us at thelmcc1956@gmail.com or call 724-228-0260. 

       

    Congressional Leadership Fund

    Click here Flyer Click here Intern Packet

     

    iBelieve Foundation Summer Workshop

    Click here Flyer

     

    Bridgeville Rehab and Care Center Volunteering

    Click here Flyer

     

    NACAC Pittsburgh National College Fair

    An excellent opportunity for your students to explore career and college options is soon approaching. NACAC would like to invite you to explore how your students could attend the Pittsburgh National College Fair.

    Please encourage students to register individually for the fair at www.gotomyncf.com, prior to the event.  By registering early, students will be able to print a pre-registration form to bring to the fair.  This form enables them to electronically transfer their contact information to the institution of their choosing.

    https://www.nacacfairs.org/attend/national-college-fairs/pittsburgh-national-college-fair/

     

    Wildlife Leadership Academy

    Become a Conservation Ambassador! 

    Your journey to become a Conservation Ambassador begins by attending one of our 5-day residential summer field schools. Each of our field schools focus on a different wildlife species: white-tailed deerbrook troutruffed grousebass, and turkey.  

    We are looking for highly motivated 14-17 year-old students with an interest in wildlife and/or fisheries conservation and the outdoors. Applicants will be selected based on academic achievements and activities, non-academic achievements and activities, and a personal essay.

    The application process begins with filling out an online preliminary application. http://wildlifeleadershipacademy.org/camps/

    Once you complete the preliminary application, if eligible, you will be invited to submit an essay upon which final acceptance will be decided.

    Tuition Cost is $500 which includes housing and meals.  Scholarship support is available.    ** If you are requesting scholarship support you will receive a scholarship application during the application process.

    As a graduate of the Wildlife Leadership Academy program you will receive:

    • A letter of recommendation for college applications
    • An official document that acknowledges your time spent on community outreach.
    • A certificate that designates you as a Conservation Ambassador.
    • The opportunity to obtain three college credits through Cedar Crest College.

    PLUS, you will be eligible to:

    • Apply to return to the program the following year as a youth mentor tuition free.
    • Attend a professional wildlife or fisheries conference.
    • Compete for college scholarships.
    • Attend college visit days to schools that have wildlife/fisheries and conservation programs.
    • Join an Academy Alumni Network of over 100+ wildlife, fisheries, and conservation professionals. 
     

    Lehigh University International Affairs Iacocca Institute 

    Iacocca Global Village for Future Leaders 

    The Iacocca Global Village for Future Leaders is an intensive, five-week program on the campus of Lehigh University that aims to teach young professionals from around the world the business, cultural and leadership skills they need to excel in a globalized society. Villagers learn and live among a diverse group of more than 75 peers from more than 35 countries.