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Marin Teen Volunteer Opportunities
Our guide to teen, tween, and family volunteer opportunities in Marin helps young people give back and become active in their communities, and fulfill community service hours. Created and maintained by a teen for teens!
The Golden Gate National Parks offer a variety of volunteer opportunities suitable for teens, young people, and families. Help with trail maintenance, remove invasive plants, restore native habitats, and more.
The Mountain Play on Mt. Tam needs volunteers for a variety of duties, including setup, concession booth, hiking guides, ticket takers, raffle ticket sellers, and more. Receive a free T-shirt and watch the show for free!
Teen Environmental Education Mentorship (TEEM) is a volunteer environmental education internship and leadership program for San Francisco and Marin high school students. Through TEEM, participants discover their inner strength as leaders, their ability to positively influence others, and the importance of diversity, community, and hands-on learning. TEEM interns gain firsthand knowledge about the field of environmental education through field trips, one-on-one mentorships with our professional educators, and by leading interactive activities with our elementary school participants.
Join the Olompali People on their monthly work days to help maintain this state park near Novato. Teens, accompanied by an adult, can help maintain the parks gardens and other areas.
Volunteer and experience Point Reyes National Seashore in ways that casual visitors cannot by working in areas less traveled and working with park staff that can provide you with an inside look into park operations. The park offers plenty of volunteer opportunities for teens, children, and families.
The San Rafael Mission Belles, a chapter of the National Charity League, gives mother and daughters a chance to participate in community service activities with a variety of organizations throughout Marin. The daughters, known as Ticktockers, also meet 8 times per year, separately from the moms (Patronesses). Ticktockers range from 7th grade to 12th grade.
Help make a hands-on difference with a variety of volunteer projects for all ages, including food warehouse work and seasonal opportunities.
Youth Crew is an annual service learning program for high school students to become animal care and education volunteers at the Marine Mammal Center’s main hospital facility in Sausalito. Recruitment and application to the program occurs in the fall and the program runs from January through August each year.
WildCare’s Young Adult Community Service and Teen Volunteer Programs create a unique bond between adults and young people. You will help others and gain valuable experience while earning community service hours! Youth can participate as community service volunteers, summer wildlife camp assistants, hospital volunteers, and more.