Teen Volunteer Opportunities

 2018 Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in being contacted with upcoming teen volunteer opportunities. Please sign up here.

Naperville Juniorettes

Do you know a young lady who loves to volunteer and help her community? Look no further…..The Naperville Juniorettes are a group of young women ages 13-18 who work together to meet the needs of Naperville and it’s surrounding communities through volunteer service projects. Meetings held the first Sunday of every month. Juniorettes Information Flyer 2018 Fall-Winter

Summer Program Teen Leader Volunteer

We ask that teen volunteers be entering 8th grade or above in Fall of 2018. It is important that your teen take direction well, is interested in being a leader, and enjoys being with little children.  The responsibilities for Teen Leaders will include having a group of (up to) 4 children in which they will act as a camp counselor and guide them through the camp. Teen leaders are expected to be at Safety Town for 2.5 hours each day, Monday-Friday and will earn 12 hours of community service by the end of the week. The last day of your teen’s session, they will receive a signed certificate of completion with the amount of hours served.

Online Registration for 2018 is now full. Please email info@napersafetytown.com to be added to the waitlist.

 

Summer Program Team Captain

Team Captains are volunteers who are peer leaders to the teen leaders and help lead the children through the week-long camp. Team Captains receive 40 hours of volunteer hours and are expected to attend a three hour training session. We ask that Team Captains have volunteered for two summers and are entering Junior or Senior year in the Fall of 2018.  Applications will be open early March through April 30. For additional information, please email info@napersafetytown.com

 

Open Bike Events Volunteer

Volunteers help children safely ride their bikes on the streets of Safety Town. Responsibilities may include directing traffic at corners, stop light, stop signs, or bridge, reciting safety rules, or admitting children onto town.