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Community Service

Students are required to accumulate 40 hours of community service for graduation.

The Community Service Form, page two, lists several opportunites.

Students are also informed by general email as specific short term opportunities arise locally

and organizations will also ask to post opportunities on this webpage below.  

Signed forms should by submitted to the counseling office as hours are completed.


Community Service Form:  Click Here to View and Print


Students get credit for hours worked only for volunteer service with a non-profit organization.

Please confirm the non-profit status before volunteering your time.



Feedback from past events:

"Our Holiday Home Tour every year relies on a lot of volunteers to make it successful.  The students are an integral part of this team of volunteers; we couldn’t do it without them.  The quality of students this year was exceptional.  I heard so many positive comments from our TVWC members who worked with the students and from our guests about how polite and helpful the students were.  Thank you to the students who volunteered, your hard work and dedication was much appreciated!"  ~ Barb Purdy  

Scheduled Community Service Opportunities


We have a volunteering opportunity available this Thursday evening, March 22, from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM.  High school volunteers are needed to work at our Scholastic book fair during open house.  All volunteers are requested to wear their school shirts and bring their community service forms to sign. Please sign up by contacting Danielle McCutcheon  at aresvolunteers@gmail.com


Looking for high school students to be part of the City of Temecula Community Emergency Response Team!  Please read the attached flyer for full details.

Online registration:  http://temeculaca.gov/568/Online-Registration

Use code: 8355.101 when registering.


Volunteers are needed for the upcoming Crowne Hill Elementary School Carnival. The carnival is Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 2 pm to 7 pm. Volunteers are NEEDED from 8 am to 8 pm  on the day of the carnival. 

If you are interested in volunteering, please email Pua Duffield at puaduffield4ches@gmail.com .  In the subject line, please put "Carnival" and in the body of the email include your name, school, phone number, and hours your are available to work.


The First 5 Riverside Organization is looking for volunteers for their Day of the Young Child Event on Saturday, April 28th.  Please see the attached files for the event flyer and the volunteer form.  

Please complete and return form to Jean Alexander-Booth by mail to 585 Technology Ct., Riverside CA 92507 or scan and email to jalexander-booth@rccfc.org. Forms must be submitted by 4/20/18. You will need a copy of your Community Service form from school. For questions, contact Jean Alexander-Booth at (951) 715-4571.  


We are looking for high school students ages 15-17 to volunteer as "Jr. Counselors".  You will earn community service hours and have a fun experience at the same time!  Please see attached file for complete information, including application and forms.  Applications are due by Friday, May 18th.

Visit TemeculaCA.gov/DayCamp for more information.


Ongoing Opportunities to Earn Community Service Hours



  • Temecula Valley Historical Society and Vail Ranch Headquarters are looking for volunteers to help on Sundays between 11 AM and 5 PM. The jobs are varied; but include being greeters, guiding people around the grounds, selling drinks and tickets for the train and stage coach rides and other assorted easy positions.  They are located on both sides of Kohl's department store on Temecula Parkway.   

          Please contact Suzanne Dechert at 951-302-0502 or email her at suzannedechert@gmail.com to volunteer.  

  • S.A.F.E. Alternatives Teen Leadership Program is just one of the many youth programs that our agency offers to youth throughout the community. All teens involved in our Teen Leadership program do receive community service hours for every meeting that they attend. Below I have attached further information about our agency, and its goals, as well as a copy of our Teen Leadership flyer. In order for youth to enroll into our Teen Leadership Program they must first call to schedule an intake appointment with our Youth Services Specialists and fill out the application. Students and parents can reach us at (951) 587-3900. You can also check us out online at http://www.safefamiliesca.org/

           SAFE informational Doc  SAFE Teen Leadership Program flyer.pdf


  • Temecula Public Library Technology Homework Center is looking for students who would like to be Peer Tutors. Peer tutors make a positive impact in other students academic experience and earn community service hours for their help.

    THC is located at the Temecula Public Library, and it houses the TVUSD Peer Tutoring Program. We have high school students cleared by their teachers and counselors work as student tutors with K-12 students as a recurring community service commitment. 


  • Margarita Middle School is looking for high school students to tutor at the middle school.  Please click on the following link to view more information:  Margarita Middle School Needs Tutors!



  • Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary School is looking for high school students to help in teachers' classrooms.  Please email Ms. Nagtalon if interested:  lnagtalon@tvusd.k12.ca.us.  Students must check in the elementary school's front office when volunteering.