You know you want to help your community, but you're not sure how. Sometimes, the best way to find volunteer opportunities is just to ask! Find a local organization you care about and ask if you can help. If you're not sure where to start, however, here are some ideas to get you started.
Volunteer @ The Library
Your library needs your help. Volunteer!
Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Teen Docents
Teen docents will share their knowledge of African wildlife, Ancient Egypt, Arctic life, insects, and dinosaurs with museum visitors.
Carnegie Science Center
If you're between 14 and 18, you can volunteer, learn career skills and have fun by volunteering at the Science Museum!
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Teen Volunteer Program
This summer volunteer program lets teens help out in various tasks at the hospital; from administrative work to patient and family interaction.
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
Help out a summer festivals, work at the museum and attend workshops to help you develop your leadership skills.
Find your cause and find out how to get involved. You have the power.
Check out these volunteer programs for helping our city: Love Your Block, Redd Up Zone, and Snow Angels.
National Aviary Teen Volunteer Program
Teen volunteers must be 14 to 17 years old. Applications are accepted in March and April for the summer teen volunteer season.
UPMC Volunteer Services
By becoming a volunteer at UPMC, you support UPMC's mission of providing exemplary patient care, outstanding education of health care professionals, and advanced biomedical research.
Volunteer Opportunities for Teens
So you'd like to volunteer, but aren't sure where to start…