Community Service Credit

All students are encouraged to work as volunteers in supervised community service and may earn from one to three credits in any semester, (totaling a maximum of four elective credits), toward graduation. Students can volunteer in a variety of settings, such as: nursing homes, senior centers, day care centers, schools, hospitals and health agencies, community centers, recreation facilities, the court system and social service agencies. Sullivan Career & Life Planning Career Coaches assist students in choosing suitable volunteer opportunities and supervise credit-earning volunteer experiences.