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What Do You Want To Be Labeled As?

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labels posterswhy volunteer? listen to what other kids have to say

"Adults trusted me. It was a great feeling!"
California Teenage Volunteer

"It was so much fun helping someone else out."
Teen Habitat for Humanity Volunteer

check out what other teens are already doing

  • Students at Picacho Middle School in Las Cruces, New Mexico, planned and participated in a graffiti paint-out project at their school.

  • In Chicago, Illinois, at the Robert Taylor Homes public housing complex, the fighting among girls living in different buildings eased up when older girls from each building decided to read stories, share ideas, and play games with younger girls from other buildings.
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START SOMETHING

 

 

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start something new

  • arrange a challenge match between your team and a police officers' team; give the proceeds to a women's shelter

  • produce a show about drug abuse prevention and have your drama or dance group perform it for younger kids in a Head Start or day care class

  • organize a bicycle rodeo for the kids in your community

planting a community garden5 steps to success

  1. Decide what your project is going to be.
  2. Plan what you're going to do and each step to get there.
  3. Get what you need.
  4. Track your progress.
  5. Get the message out.
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other components of the teen campaign:

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