Service Learning Opportunities
Service Learning Opportunities
UW Psychology Grad Student Looking for Volunteers
UW Phycology Grad Student Ming is looking for volunteers (ages 14 to 17) to administer a standardized cognitive and academic assessment as a form of practice. Volunteers will get to experience first-hand the administration of psychological tools in a controlled environment as well as to have a short QnA session about the school psychology field once the session is over. This will be a valuable experience for students that are interested in pursuing psychology as a major in college. Contact Jian Ming Ng at email@example.com to sign up.
Ballard HS Library Service Learning Opportunities
Students have earned Community Service Learning hours for:
- Shelving books
- processing books
- fixing shelves
- doing computer maintenance
- reading to 2nd grade students for Reading Buddies
- organizing our Makerspace
- creating online tutorials
- making scrolling PowerPoint
- Makerspace craft, projects for lunchtime
- make book displays
- weed books
- create book posters on Adobespark
- create Rubik’s Cube murals
- read first chapters aloud for Youtube channel and Schoology theme Picture Books
- clean the library
- become a Library Leader
- and create Book Collections on bit.ly/ballardlibrary
Seattle/King County Cyber Seniors
The WSU / Seattle-King County Cyber Seniors program works with the international Cyber Seniors organization to pair area young people (age 16+) with local older adults to teach digital and technology literacy skills and connect to resources.
Volunteers are provided with lessons and activities to train them to act as digital mentors. Learn more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer with us and help improve our extensive trails system!Contact Chukundi Salisbury at (206) 684-4122 or email Chukundi.Salisbury@seattle.gov.
Visit the Seattle Parks and Recreation Trails Program for more information.
Ballard Food Bank
The Ballard Food Bank needs volunteers for various duties at the bank itself and for helping out with deliveries.
Visit their volunteer page for more information.
Seattle Tilth Alliance – Gardening
Farming and gardening opportunities! Learn by doing as you work alongside Tilth Alliance staff and other community members at our community learning gardens and the Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands. Depending on the time of year, you’ll be weeding, harvesting food for local food banks, preparing beds for planting, caring for natural areas and more! No experience necessary, and gloves and tools provided.
See the Tilth Alliance website for COVID-19 guidelines.
The Vera Project
Apply to volunteer with the Vera Project and be a performer, producer, designer, artist, and more for their various programs. Once your application is processed (usually 1-3 days), you can begin volunteering!
Visit their volunteer page listed above for more information and application materials. Visit the Vera Project website for more information.
Other places to find service learning opportunities
- Camp Fire – Teen Leadership Program
- City of Seattle – Volunteering and Participating
- Seattle Parks & Recreation – Service Learning and Community Service for Teens
- Seattle Tilth – Garden Volunteer Opportunities
- The Service Board
- Student Conservation Association
- Teens in Public Service
- United Way of King County
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