VOLUNTEERING

Our volunteering options are broad and inclusive, offering opportunities to individuals of all abilities and talents. Not only does our interview program represent a selection of potential choices, but we're also paired with several community initiatives with respect to group volunteering:​

  • SFVCCA Chinese School (Link)

  • CACAYC Northridge Branch (Link)

  • American Chess Academy (Link)

  • Rally in the Valley (Link)

In addition, we are approved to award the Presidential Service Award to individuals affiliated with our organization or possessing volunteering experience with us. 

Volunteering Registration

Individual
Individuals registering for our volunteering awards must be registered as a member of the Youth Group. Additionally, volunteering hours must be compiled into the attached forms with the signature of an adult. Signed forms are to be submitted to the email address at ygvolunteerhours@gmail.com, with subject containing a brief description of the volunteering activity in question and the full name of the participant. The title of the email is to be in the format name, volunteering hours, service event description, as in the following examples:

  • Robert Liang, 3 hours, Zoom student interviewer 

  • David Sun, 18 hours, Chinese school teacher assistant

  • ​Patrick Li, 10 hours, teacher over Zoom for science enrichment classes

  • ​John Smith, 3 hours, Granada Hill High School chess club organizer

  • Lisa Tao, 5 hours, Nobel Middle School library assistant
     

Group/Family
The group lead or adult in the family fill out the group/family award for your group/family. Each member should fulfill the minimum 25 service hours requirement within CHEER.