Students at Mt. Lebanon High School are encouraged to perform volunteer work throughout their school years. Volunteer work is not a requirement for graduation from the high school. In order to be considered for admission to the National Honor Society during a student's junior or senior year, five hours of In School credit and five hours of Out of School credit must be accumulated each academic year, beginning in the freshman year.
There are two Community Service forms that are available to students. One can be used to record completed volunteer work (an Action Report) and the second one can be used to request to tutor elementary age students who attend school in the Mt. Lebanon school district or to assist with raking leaves and/or shoveling snow for the elderly who live in Mt. Lebanon. The forms are available below. They can be printed, filled in appropriately and then submitted to Mrs. Kolko in room D416 in the Student Activities office. The Action Report form is also available on a table outside of room D416. Students and parents/guardians can also contact Mrs. Kolko through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 412.344.2105 or visit her in the Student Activities office during the school day.
The Mt. Lebanon School District does not endorse or recommend individual Community Service opportunities that are publicly posted within Mt. Lebanon High School. Community service opportunities are posted for informational purposes only.
THE FOLLOWING VOLUNTEERS OPPORTUNITIES ARE POSTED ON THE COMMUNITY SERVICE TABLE IN THE STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE AND THAT IS WHERE YOU CAN SIGN UP TO HELP WITH THESE EVENTS/ACTIVITIES:
Many volunteers are needed to usher at the MLHS CURRICULUM NIGHT on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Plan to arrive at 6:00pm and you will be finished by 9:00pm. You will receive 5 hours of volunteer credit for 3 hours of volunteer work.
Club Lebo, February 8, 6:30m until 9pm at Jefferson Middle School, entrance C-23
Lincoln's International Night, February 12, 5pm until 9pm in Lincoln's cafeteria
PA Association of Scientists needs timers for the student presentations at Duquesne University on February 2nd for one of two shifts: 7:45am or 12:15pm. Please talk to Mr. Tilger for further details.
SNOWBALL DANCE decorations need to be put up in Center Court and the Skywalk on February 2nd. Plan to arrive in Center Court at 8:30am and you will be finished by Noon. Snacks will be provided.
Foster's Science Fair, February 7 beginning at 6pm and finished by 8:30pm
The Mt. Lebanon Youth Wrestling tournament needs help with selling refreshments, setting up, cleaning up, registration, and other assorted tasks on February 9th beginning at 7:30am and ending at 4pm. You can work a two hour shift or the entire event.
Markham's Science Fair on February 7th needs help beginning at 5:30pm and ending at 8pm. Volunteers will be asked to help people to navigate the building as well as help the young students with the science fair procedures.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR THE FOLLOWING UPCOMING EVENTS:
Mt. Lebanon Public Library needs volunteers for the following programs: STEM contests for middle school students beginning on January 14 and ending on May 13 beginning at 3:30pm until 4:30pm OR Crafting programs for middle school students beginning on January 23 and ending on May 8 beginning at 3:30pm and ending at 4:30pm OR Games Master of casual Friday board games group on going until May 2018 beginning at 3:30pm and ending at 4:30pm.
Mt. Lebanon residents need help to shovel snow from their sidewalks this winter. If you can help with this season long task, please talk to Mrs. Kolko in the Student Activities office. You will be assigned to areas that are within walking distance of your own house. Currently, residents on the following streets need assistance with shoveling their sidewalk: Washington Road (near the high school), Main Entrance Drive, Sleepy Hollow Road, Clemson Drive and Ashland Avenue.
MATHNASIUM, a math tutoring center located at the corner of Cedar Blvd and Cochran Road, needs volunteers to tutor math to students in grades K through 6, put students' math binders together, file unit test reports, and other administrative tasks.
The National Aviary needs volunteers for their Summer 2019 Teen Volunteer program. You must be 14-17 years of age. An application will be live on their website beginning January 1 - March 1, 2019. You would serve as a Teen Docent and Camp Assistant.
The National Aviary needs volunteers who are 16 years old or older to volunteer on weekend at their virtual reality flight simulator, BIRDLY. You must be comfortable with technology and at ease speaking with the public. The required commitment is only 32 hours. The application is on the National Aviary website.
The Dormont Summer Camp is offering Junior Counselor volunteer positions for the Summer 2019 season. Volunteers must be going into 9th grade and no older than going into 11th grade. Please contact Ms. Bridget Curry, camp director, at 412-657-7024 if you are interested in this volunteer opportunity.
CORN HOLE game ASSISTANTS are needed at Providence Point. Games are played once a week after school hours and maybe on Saturdays. Please contact the Social Activities Director at Providence Point or Mr. Harry Rydstrom 412-854-1808.
PIANISTS at VANADIUM WOODS VILLAGE are needed to play for one hour one day of the week OR the weekend. The preferred time is 5:30pm until 6:30pm.
Kindred Hospice is in need of volunteers to hold a hand and listen, read or write a letter, run errands, greet guests at the front desk, or help in their office. You must be at least 16 years old to offer clerical assistance and at least 18 years old to visit a patient. Volunteers receive training appropriate to their respective volunteer position at a time that fits your schedule. Contact Kelly Backo, Manager Volunteer Services, at 412-920-5500 or email her at email@example.com
Bridgeville Rehab and Care Center needs volunteers who want to assist with their Recreation Department with arts & crafts, chalk artists, story tellers, sing-a-lings, music performers, pet therapy, cooking demonstrations, exercise, and movement activities. Please contact Kim Uzonyi, Director of Community Life at 412-838-9344.
mtl Magazine is in need of volunteers to help with various distribution tasks. You can help any day of the week for a minimum of one hour per week. Please sign up to help with this activity at the Community Service table in the AO.
The Teen Horticulture Program sponsored by the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden needs volunteers to assist with plantings, remove invasive species, build fences and many more horticultural projects at the garden. For more information call 412‐444‐4464, ext. 231 or go to www.pittsburghbotanicgarden.org/volunteer/individu...
Instride with Therapeutic Riding is a nonprofit group that teaches kids and young adults with disabilities how to ride a horse. The program runs from late March to mid‐November, on Sunday, from 11:30am to 5:00pm. Volunteers do not need to have any experiences with horses. If interested, please contact Mrs. Drue Bellora, Volunteer Coordinator, at 412‐531‐7301 or the program's website: www.instridetherapeuticride.org
There are several volunteer opportunities at the Concordia facility located down the hill from Bower Hill Road. An information sheet is available in the Community Service office. Also, you can contact Ms. Maya Mahler, Director of Activities/Volunteer Coordinator (mmahler@concordia‐southills.org) or call 412‐294‐1357 for information.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center is recruiting volunteers to help in various sites throughout the hospital. To learn about the specific roles of a volunteer, please contact Ms. Heidi Gregori, Specialist for Customer and Volunteer Services in the Volunteer Office at 412‐469‐5885 or firstname.lastname@example.org The Grand Residence at Upper St. Clair is looking for volunteers to assist with their elder social programs. Please contact Ms. Emily Gregory at 412‐833‐2500 to learn more about the flexible scheduling available.
Marion Manor in Greentree is requesting volunteers to assist with a variety of tasks including escorts residents to and from activities, bringing in your pet for pet therapy sessions, reading to the residents and painting the nails of female residents. If interested, please contact Ms. Marylee Lawrence at 412‐ 440‐4369 or email@example.com
Paramount Hospice and Palliative Care in McMurray, PA is looking for volunteers. Please contact their volunteer service coordinator, Lisa Evans at 724‐969‐1021 or 412‐780‐7446. The facilities are located in Baldwin and Mars/Cranberry Township areas. The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has 140 community gardens in and around Western Pennsylvania. Volunteers are needed to pull out the flowers in the Fall and replant flowers in the Spring. Contact Lynn McGuire‐Olzak (lmcguire‐firstname.lastname@example.org, 412‐586‐2324) if you are interested in assisting with this activity. HELP (Hospital Elder Life Program) at UPMC Shadyside is offering a volunteer Externship during the summer of 2010. You must be 18 years old or older. Please contact Ms. F.D. Fields for additional information (412‐623‐1158 or email email@example.com).
Brookline U.P. Church needs some help with two projects. The Food Pantry is held the second Saturday of every month. Assistance is needed to carry the bags of groceries to the cars of the elderly. This project starts at 9:00 am and ends at 11:00 am. Their After School Program could also use some assistance. The students are from upper elementary and Middle School grades. The program runs every Wednesday from 4:00pm ‐ 6:00pm. Pastor Marsha Sebastian is the supervisor for both projects. Contact Mrs. Kolko for driving directions or call Pastor Sebastian at 412‐278‐1718.
Both Asbury Heights and the Baptist Home could use additional volunteers for their programs that are held during the week or on weekends. Contact Ms. Elizabeth Warner at the Asbury Heights Volunteer Office at 412‐571‐5138 or contact Ms. Dionne Rose at the Baptist Homes at 412‐572‐8254.
Country Meadows Nursing Center, located on Washington Pike in Bridgeville, is needing volunteers. Please contact Ms. Deb Rubis at 412‐257‐2472, ext. 120 for additional information.
SOJOURNER HOUSE IN EAST LIBERTY, A RESIDENTIAL FACILITY FOR RECOVERING MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN, NEEDS STUDENTS TO VISIT AND PLAY WITH THEIR CHILDREN ONE SATURDAY A MONTH. PLEASE CONTACT MRS. KOLKO (ROOM D416-the AO) IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS ACTIVITY.
Pittsburgh Food Bank needs weekday groups of 15 to 20 volunteers who would sort, categorize and box food donations. Call Deidre Gross at 412‐460‐3663 x211 or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org She will work with you to select a day that best fits your schedule and theirs. Individuals are also welcome. The Repack Center is open from 8 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday.
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