School Year Program
The YVC School Year Program provides teams of youth volunteers ages 11-17 with hands-on experience working on service projects with various non-profit agencies. Service projects are offered on weekends and school days off during the school year. Project information is regularly posted online, onsite at the YMCA and via email groups.
Please see below for project and registration information.
Additional teen programs:
Independent Service Project (ISP) placements provide youth volunteers with opportunities to participate in ongoing community service projects tailored to their individual interests. ISPs are available after school and on the weekends year-round. If you are looking for a long-term volunteering opportunity with one site in particular, this is the program for you. We are happy to meet with you to determine your interests and help find the best fit for your needs.
Community Resource (CR) Credit is available to AAPS high school students at Pioneer, Huron, and Community High School. Through weekly meetings and volunteer placement, students will earn school credit while discovering a passion for volunteerism. Please visit your school’s CR advisor or contact the YMCA for more information.
Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is the youth-run governing body of YVC and consists of youth volunteers who have served in the YVC program. YAC determines program direction, provides input on policy, and plans fundraising events and activities.
For more information about these additional programs, contact Josh Humbel at 734.661.8017 or firstname.lastname@example.org