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Newport Harbor PTA is hosting a Holiday Boutique on Sunday, November 22nd in the small gym and courtyard area. 

Student Volunteers are needed the evening before as well as the day of for set-up, clean up, and other various jobs. Please sign up through the link at


Questions, contact Stacy Peterson at nhhsptaboutique@gmail.com




Kayleigh Horn is the Expo Committee Chair for the Toshiba Senior Classic  and she is in need of volunteers with lots of energy and a familiarity with social media. The tournament runs from October 26-November 1 and directly benefits Hoag Hospital. Here is the volunteer application:




Interested students would need to choose the Expo Committee when they sign up. Volunteers must be 16 or older unless accompanied by a parent/guardian. Food and beverage will be provided for each day they volunteer, and they will get free passes to the event to give to family members. Sign up costs cover the volunteer uniform, which volunteers keep. I’m looking for about 14-15 volunteers total, but if there are more students who are interested there are plenty of committees in need.


Volunteer Opportunity Description

Volunteer Position:            Program Volunteer

Location:                             Various Project Access Family and Senior Resource Centers

Hours/schedule:                  Dependent on site

Reports to:                          The onsite Service Coordinator

Age Requirement:              14 years+

Project Access’s Mission and Vision: To be the leading provider of vital on-site health, education and employment services to low-income families, children and seniors.  Our goal is to help keep family members employed, children in school, and seniors active.

Position Summary: Volunteers play a fundamental role in providing relevant and quality programs to the communities we serve.  Volunteers assist the Service Coordinator with the daily operations and direct programming of the Family and Senior Resource Centers which benefit the residents of affordable housing.   Volunteers will have the opportunity to define their role and respective responsibilities based on their particular skill set, site needs and learning objectives.

Responsibilities can include but are not limited to the following:

  • Assist with the planning and implementation of programs, including After-School, teen, senior, adult, and health programs, etc.

  • Build trust and relationships with the residents in order to help meet their needs.

  • Research available resources available in the community in order to provide relevant information and referral services.

  • Assist the Service Coordinator in the creation, planning and execution of community-building events.

  • Assist with the instruction of onsite classes, programs, and other services.

  • Assist with the creation of flyers, newsletters and marketing materials to promote onsite services.

  • Conduct community outreach to connect residents with local resources, activities and programs onsite.

  • Assist the staff with retrieving and maintaining resident data.

  • Maintain attendance records for programs, services, and events

  • Attend and participate in team meetings.

  • Serve as a role model to adults and youth of the community.

  • Provide administrative support (filing, faxing, copying, data entry, etc.) to the Service Coordinator

Skills and Qualifications Sought: 

  • Exhibits energy and enthusiasm and an interest in volunteering in the nonprofit sector

  • Adapts to changing circumstances and demonstrates flexibility

  • Excellent communication and organization skills

  • Bilingual in English and the prevailing non-English language of the housing development’s community is highly desirable

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Email, and Internet

  • The physical activity of this position may include minimal lifting, bending, walking, kneeling, reaching, and step climbing

Dress Code: Business Casual



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Working Wardrobes needs volunteers in their Costa Mesa Thrift Shop.  You will be learning retail, customer service and fashion merchandising skills.


If you are interested you can come in our store to meet and fill out a volunteer application at 803 W. 19th St. at Placentia, Costa Mesa, CA  or call  949-629-2697 to set an appointment to come in. You can also contact Taysha Lamarca at tayshal@workingwardrobes.org.  You can also click on the link below and fill out the volunteer application. http://www.workingwardrobes.org/getinvolved/volunteer/


It doesn't get much easier than that!!!

Moose Youth Awareness

Attention High School Students

Have you thought about how you are going to pay for college?

Would you like to take a role in educating young people to make wise decisions?

The Loyal Order of Moose and the Women of the Moose is here to help.

You could receive an all-expenses paid, round trip to the International Youth Awareness Congress in Williamsburg, VA. and one of five scholarships awarded,

$12,000, $8,000, $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000.

Funded by the Moose Legion - The Degree of Service

All high school students (Grades 9-12) can apply.

To be eligible for this year scholarships all students must

attend and receive their certificate as a Kids Talk Presenter,

at the Association Youth Awareness Congress at the:

Buena Park Moose Lodge #1945

8651 Knott Ave

Buena Park, CA 90620

Saturday November 14, 2015

Registration 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Congress 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided

Parents are encouraged to attend

Special Guest Speakers:

Buena Park Mayor Art Brown

Buena Park Police Chief Corey Sianez

Buena Park Police Department Gang Unit, Narcotics Unit, and K-9 Unit

If you would like more information, you can go to:


For a Student Application you can pick one up in the counseling office, or you can contact Gary R Stromme @ grsishere@aol.com (714) 345.5656

Orange Empire District #19 Moose Youth Awareness Chairman

Newport El's 3rd Annual Classic Car Show

Newport Elementary needs YOU!  On Saturday, Oct. 17th from 10:00 to 2:00 they are looking for five students to volunteer; five to monitor the bounce house and two to face paint.  A fun and great way to earn some volunteer hours.  If you are interested, please contact Michael Fleischili at mfleischli11@yahoo.com


College and Career Night at Orange Coast College is Wednesday, October 21st.  Volunteers are needed at either 7:00am to 9:00am to help set up.  There are also two later shifts between 5:00pm and 10:00pm where you will have time to view the booths as well


If you interested, please email Bette Carlson at bgkcarlson@aol.com



The 2015-2016 Mayor’s Youth Council Program

The 2015-2016 Mayor’s Youth Council Program is here!


We are excited to invite you to the City of Newport Beach Mayor’s Youth Council ! The Mayor’s Youth Council was established as a means of providing a direct line of communication between the City's high school age youth and the Newport Beach City Mayor. The students will act in an advisory capacity with respect to community affairs and activities that affect youth.

One of the main goals of the Mayor's Youth Council is to connect Newport Beach teens to their community. Youth Council members are expected to be involved the planning, organization and implementation of events such as Youth Government Day, Recreation special events, and community service.

Program Details: The anticipated time commitment will include nine Monday evening meetings from October through June. In addition to these meetings, the Mayor’s Youth Council may schedule committee meetings and require members to attend events and activities related to their responsibilities.


Applications are available in the counseling office for the upcoming school year. The application deadline is Friday, September 25, 2015. You will be sent a letter confirming your acceptance into the program by Friday, October 2, 2015.


Our first meeting will be Monday, October 12, 2015 and our regular meetings will occur the 2nd Monday of every month from 6pm-8pm in the Community Room at 100 Civic Center Drive. Please contact me if you have any questions or if there is anything I can help you with.


Email or Fax your application! Fax: 949-644-3155



Jonathon Harmon | Recreation Supervisor

Recreation & Senior Services Department

City of Newport Beach

Civic Center - 100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach CA 92660

P: 949-644-3150 | E: jharmon@newportbeachca.gov



The ENC needs volunteers to help label and stamp postcards to promote their Fall Faire. Volunteering times are flexible.  Please email Lori Whalen at lori@encenter.org to let her know when you are available to come and help - the sooner the better!!!!

OCTA Teen Council

The Orange County Transportation Authority has contacted us with the following opportunity for our students between the ages of 13 and 18.  Please see the attached and visit the web address below for more information.  The Teen Council is a competitive community service volunteer position for teens.  Teen Council members provide their insights into public transportation issues within Orange County. In addition to learning about local government, public transportation and urban planning from OCTA staff, Teen Council members build leadership, communication and teamwork skills. Participation on the Teen Council adds a great highlight to students’ college applications and resumes. The Teen Council meets about once a month at OCTA’s administrative offices in Orange, CA.


OCTA is currently recruiting for the 2015-16 school year. The deadline for 2015-16 school year applications is July 31, 2014. For  information about the Teen Council please visit: www.octa.net/teencouncil).

Contact Information

Christina Chacon
Administration Office

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