I know we're still technically in the middle of winter. Spring hasn't even arrived yet. But, as anyone who lives in Lake Havasu City knows, it's never too early to start planning for summer. Currently, the City of Lake Havasu is searching for boys and girls ages 14 to 17 who are interested in signing up for the Lake Havasu Summer Youth Volunteer Program 2014.
The Lake Havasu City Recreation Division needs teenage volunteers to help with their summer recreational programs. All participants will receive valuable hands-on experience working with younger kids as well as the opportunity to work on and improve their customer service, communication, teamwork and care-giving skills. Volunteer work helps teenagers learn the value of being an involved part of the Lake Havasu community. As an added bonus, it always looks great on college and job applications.
All positions on the Lake Havasu Summer Youth Volunteer Program 2014 are unpaid. Anyone interested in vying for one of these positions can pick up an application either at Thunderbolt Middle School, Lake Havasu High School or the Lake Havasu Aquatic Center. They must be completed and handed back in by the end of business on March 7, 2014. After careful consideration of the applications, prospective volunteers will be called in to be interviewed (by appointment only) at the Aquatic Center from 2pm to 6pm on April 10th.
For more information on the Lake Havasu Summer Youth Volunteer Program 2014, please contact Candie Carbone at (928) 453-8686. Allow your teenagers the opportunity to help others and learn how to become productive members of our Havasu community. Let them volunteer.
Originally posted on my Lake Havasu real estate blog here: http://cometohavasu.com/2014/02/lake-havasu-summer-youth-volunteer-program-2014/.