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Galaxy Explorers at Chabot Space & Science Center
The Galaxy Explorer program provides high school students with an opportunity for hands-on, fun community service work while giving them a chance to develop their job skills, increase their STEM knowledge, and enhance public speaking. For more information and the application, visit The Chabot Space & Science Center
Volunteer with the Town of Danville
Danville is hosting a number of  events. For details about upcoming opportunities and to register, visit or contact or call (925) 314-3478

Little Medical School Instructors & Volunteers
Instructors will lead a series of three hour classes for one week minimum (curriculum designed by board certified doctors) featuring interactive demonstrations, crafts and games that teach children how the body and organs work, how to use instruments that are real etc.  
Young Life Capernaum Volunteer Opportunity
Do you enjoy working with Special Needs friends? Do you want to give back in a positive way? Here is a great way. Young Life Capernaum is looking for volunteer buddies to help with Special Needs teens on Mondays (and some Tuesdays) from 6:30-8:30pm. For more information click this link or e-mail Vince Felix at
City of San Ramon City Lights Volunteer Program- The City of San Ramon offers a number of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. For more information, visit 
John Muir Volunteering Opportunities
Every year John Muir accepts three high school volunteers from the community. Here are the steps for applying:
(1) Check SchoolLoop News postings for pre-application.
(2) Fill it out and wait for updates.
(3) In the meantime, check out some other related volunteer opportunities! 


See the partial list of Summer Programs in "Summer Opportunities" tab. Some programs give valuable exposure to a career field you may be interested in. 


Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, explore interests, and help strengthen your community.  It’s recommended that you keep a spreadsheet of your volunteer and community service experiences so that you can remember what you did.  On the spreadsheet, list the organization, the date(s) you participated, hours, and some general notes about your experience. 
Below are some useful websites for finding local community service and volunteer activities.  Please note that these websites are for your reference.  The SRVUSD does not endorse any of the programs or volunteer opportunities unless stated otherwise.  It is the responsibility of the interested participant and their parents to research the opportunities.