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Volunteering is a great way to get work experience doing different types of things, build your resume, and serve your community all at the same time. You may also want to take a look at our Leadership page.

Clayton County Library System
The Clayton County Library System is always looking for volunteers. Contact your local branch for more information about requirements and opportunities. Print out the Volunteer Application Form.

Do Something
Do Something is an organization that helps you get involved in your community. As part of DO Something at your school, you and your friends identify the issues YOU care about and create community projects to turn your ideas into action.

Teens for Planet Earth
T4PE is a social networking site for teens who want to protect the planet and make a difference. Learn what other teens around the world are doing, post information about events (volunteer opportunities, celebrations, fundraisers, workshops) in your community, and get tips on living green.

Volunteer Match
The mission of VolunteerMatch is to facilitate and increase community involvement via the internet. This site provides lists of volunteer opportunities, a directory of non-profit organizations, tips on volunteering, and virtual volunteering through the Internet.

Are you interested in journalism? The VOX Teen Newspaper offers teens in the Atlanta area the opportunity to write articles and learn about graphic arts, photography, and web design.

The YouthBuild Program in Forest Park is a 12-18 month education/construction/leadership development program geared to training young adults from 18-24 to be successful in the workplace. During the course of learning job skills, youth will help to build houses for low-income or homeless families through a partnership with Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity.