Gold, Silver, and Bronze
Each year 300+ Utah secondary and college students participating in the Youthlinc Service Year contribute 22,000+ hours of local service, becoming relied upon volunteers at service sites all over the state. This is the largest – and most long lasting – part of their commitment to participate in the Youthlinc Service Year.
Before they can implement the international service planned in their monthly team meetings, each of these students must contribute 80 hours of local service. Minimally 40 hours of these hours must be volunteered at one location – their main service site.
Encourage these students – who must volunteer 80 hours – to volunteer with you!
If your organization is already in the Local Service Directory, that means a student recommended your organization to us. You are a Bronze Partner!
The first step to become a Silver or Gold Partner is to attend our annual Volunteer Management Training.
Attend our Volunteer Management Training
Thursday, October 10, 2019 OR Monday, November 4, 2019 ~ 8:30 am-3:30 pm ~ lunch provided
Youthlinc Office, 1166 East Brickyard Road, Salt Lake City, Utah (Next to the smoke stack)
To register, click here or contact Youthlinc Local Service Director, Jamileh Jameson, at email@example.com or 801-467-4417
This Volunteer Management Training is sponsored by:
Why attend a Youthlinc Volunteer Management Training?
Since our inception in 1999, we’ve mentored 2,800 students through 225,000 hours of Utah service. We’ve taught 700+ adult professionals how to mentor students.
Our proven strategies of student leadership, hands-on service, and mentoring allow our students to create an emotional bond with those whom they serve and develop a deep-rooted service ethic, which they carry throughout a lifetime.
Our Local Service Director has organized and led successful service initiatives over the past 16 years.
Currently she oversees the 22,000 hours of meaningful service contributed by our Youthlinc Service Year students each year.