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Tri-counties little league

Tri-counties little league

We are looking for 2-3 responsible teenagers who are interested in working 2-3 weekday evenings between 4:00pm - 8:00pm and then half of Saturday, 8:00am-12:30pm, 12:30pm-5:00pm. Must have reliable transportation, previous snack bar or food service experience is helpful but we can train.  This person will help open the snack bar each day and get food prepped, cash register open and stay through closing along with the board member on duty who will be there to help.  Please help us get these positions filled as soon as possible.  All interested parties can email to be considered with name and contact info and resume if applicable. 

Community Service Requirements



Whitney High School Students are required to complete the RUSD graduation requirement of 25-hours of Service Learning.

Service hours, unless pre-approved & with special circumstances, are to be completed during non-school hours.


If you complete 150 hours of verifiable hours, you can walk with a distinguished tassel for graduation.


Please log independently, where, when, what you did and for how many hours. The Form and the Log can be accessed through the 'Counselors' section on the WHS Website under Community Service. 

Service Learning Opportunities!

Service Learning Opportunities!

This is a list of opportunities that have been presented to our school for your consideration. Service Learning is not limited to these choices. You are welcome to volunteer for non-profits which includes churches, food banks, charity organizations as well as helping out people in your community in various ways. There are limitless opportunities because people have hardships in life and always need a helping hand, just look around, see where you can help, and if anything, it will show you that you matter and that you are capable of making a difference in the lives of others. 
Breen Elementary School is having an Open House May 16th, volunteers needed!
  • Breen Elementary School is supporting a worthy cause: & they have an event on April 20th. Volunteers are needed! Please contact  Katy Herman at:
ReCreate: Do you share a passion for art, education, and sustainability? Do you have spare time to make a difference for children in our community?
  • Event: Ruhkala Elementary School Spring Book Fair
  • Date: April 25th, 2024
  • Location: Ruhkala Elementary School, 6530 Turnstone Way, Rocklin, CA 95765
  • Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm
  • If you're interested in volunteering, please click here to sign-up or contact Allison George at to ask any questions you may have.
Quarry Trail Elementary School
List of Mutliple Volunteer Events with sign ups: Here 
They need help with their Spring Carnival on April 19th 3-8 pm.
Please call or text the co-Events director Kristi Velasquez at 530.321.1229
Shriners Hospital for Northern California:
Patient Intertainment Volunteers: please  916-453-2232
Special Events Volunteers: 916-453-2087
Musical Performance Volunteers: 916-453-2087

Lincoln Public Library- Twelve Bridges Public Library:

Needs: shelving books & a home work coach for other students
Please fill out the form linked here:


Why is service Learning important?

Why is service Learning important?

What is Service Learning?

Volunteering your time and effort in the spirit of helping others benefits them as well as you! It is a time that you are guiding yourself through new & novel situations to learn and respond appropriately. 
What does it do for you?

  • It helps connect you to your community (understand your community)
  • It benefits you when it comes time for a career (Gain experience)
  • Let’s you see & explore different areas/environments before you decide
  • Gives you time and experience in an area  
  • Helps when applying for jobs/college programs
  • It raises your social awareness (empathy & compassion)
  • Helps you to better understand people & their situations in your community. 
  • It connects you to new people and friendships
  • Helps you meet others that may foster similar interests
  • It improves your skills: Two types of skills are needed by employers and they are soft & hard skills. Depending on what you are volunteering to do, volunteering helps develop these skills, especially soft skills (they are your interpersonal abilities & personal attributes).

  • Adaptability and flexibility
  • Communication
  • Conflict resolution
  • Creativity
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving
  • Dependability
  • Good listening
  • Leadership
  • Motivation
  • Positivity
  • Professionalism
  • Responsibility
  • Self-discipline
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Time management
  • Willingness to learn
  • Work ethic
Service Learning will help you when it comes time to create a resume, apply for a job, apply to a college as well as when applying for scholarships. It shows the prospective employer or college representative that you are more than just a student, but one that is committed to people & the community outside of your own immediate home. It indicates that you are able to function in a greater societal situation than a structured school setting and that you are willing to put yourself outside of your comfort zone to gain this experience and learn and grow from it. Those are the types of people that employers, organizations, colleges want to include and continue to develop.