We have an unlimited opportunity to contribute in various ways at different times based on your interests, time availability, education, experience, and skill sets. One may enter the “cycle” at various stages or serve in multiple pathways simultaneously while earning community hours along the way.
Qualified candidates may earn special recognition, certificates, or recommendation letters for valued contributions.
Givers provide volunteer services in local, national, or international communities; they may also help students in specific service areas or geographic regions.
Youth mentors (typically college students) guide or mentor students to further expand DYC’s efforts to help students grow as responsible global citizens.
Learners are students who wish to gain knowledge and learn new skills. To transition as Tutors, they must demonstrate initiative, effective leadership skills, and the ability to launch or guide new projects.
Innovators introduce significant new ideas, methods, research, or solutions to share valuable works to empower students. To transition as interns, they must show commitment to execute new DYC projects that make a difference.
Interns work with leadership to further expand and better DYC’s efforts to help students. This may transition to paid internships based on the value of their contributions over time.
Tutors guide students to further develop and expand their repertoire of capabilities. To transition as teachers, they need to demonstrate significant creativity through fresh perspectives and strong direction in teaching.