Industry leaders are reporting a growing number of teens are finding their altruistic side. For students who are relatively new at participating in service projects, this is the perfect time to plunge in! What’s more, specific skills in arts, academics or sports are not necessary; everyone is welcome!
Society and the environment are crying for help right now. Teens feel it and they are empowered to do something about it. Whether working to better our world environmentally, enriching the lives of those less fortunate or immersing oneself in learning about policy, service opportunities are plentiful. Distinctive summer programs have close relationships with people and places in need, right here in the USA. In the age of Covid, when it’s challenging to pre-plan just about anything, domestic service programs are not only “a go”, but organizations are seeing unprecedented interest, according to industry experts who safely and successfully ran Summer & Fall 2020 teen programs.
According to psychologists, when most teens are away from home, they are flexible, compassionate, and eager to be part of a group. With these traits in tow, teens who are experienced and those who are novice in the service arena, are perfectly positioned to participate in community service activities that also offer leadership and personal growth opportunities.
After almost a year of heightened tech and virtual time, this summer is shaping up as the season for teens to get out, give back and receive more than they could ever imagine.
To learn more about where in the USA your teen could be doing service this summer, please check out www.Tipsontripsandcamps.com