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        Community Service Learning        

One of the core elements of our youth programs is community service. During the course, our youth programs offer students the opportunity to participate in community service learning (CSL) projects. To see past community service learning by former TOP® participants, see this page. If you're an existing TOP® participant, read on to find out about some ideas for community service-learning projects.

By the end of each program, participants are encouraged to complete community service learning hours. Community service learning is a great way for young people to learn about their communities while helping others.

Community service learning is a means of boosting confidence, discovering new interests and increasing happiness as a whole. Projects can be big or small, but the feeling of accomplishment, or what we call the "CSL glow", is always great. It gives a sense of pride and identity through your role in community service learning. 

          Past Projects        

Scroll through the pictures to see some of our past Community Service Learning projects. Past projects include:

  • At Thomas Wallace Middle School, 6th Graders made banners to donate to the Veterans Memorial Home in Vineland for Memorial Day. One club made a paper-chain American Flag to be displayed in a common area of the Veterans Home. Another club created fireworks with their handprints with messages of gratitude. 

  • At Fairfield Township School, 8th Graders made cat beds and dog toys for the SPCA in Vineland. 

Ideas for At Home Projects

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