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Local Service is our Heart and Soul!

Youthlinc has begun another Service Year!  Our 6 Service Teams met for the first time throughout December and started getting to know each other.  Each of these teams will complete an amazing number of service hours in their own communities this coming year.  We are so proud of our teams and the good they do in the community!  

Every participant is asked to select a main service site in December.  Their main service site is a service organization of their choosing where they will commit to serve 1/2 of their total required hours for the Youthlinc program.  We ask that the organization they choose be a hands on site where they will be actively involved with a needy population.  The majority of students have already selected their main service site and the remaining students are learning a lot about the different options there are out there to serve!  

Once all team members have completed their service hours they will have contributed over 13,620 hours of service throughout the State of Utah!  
Guatemala Team
(60 hours of local service each)    

Some sites chosen so far: 
  • Elise AndersonBoys & Girls Club
  • Kristen BernardSpecial Needs Mutual
  • Jacob CushingCamp Kostopulos
  • Maicy GardnerBig Brothers Big Sisters
  • Sasha GlassReal Life SLC
  • Amanda Phillips Hser Ner Moo Welcome Center
  • Ashton RichardsAmerican Red Cross Youth Council 
  • Brooke StonelyFamily Support & Treatment Center 



The Peru Team 
(80 hours of local service each)


 Some sites chosen so far: 

  • Stephen Buma Murray Hospital
  • Broc Jones Operation Smile
  • Victoria Landa-SteinauInclusion Center
  • Lauren MaackSalt Lake Regional Medical Center
  • Kelsey Oliver Asian Immigration and Refugee Center
  • Alyssa   SheehanReal Life SLC
  • Benjamin SteenblikSpecial Needs Scouting

The Thailand Team
(80 hours of local service each)  
 
The Vietnam Team
(80 hours of local service each) 
 
 Some sites chosen so far: 
  • Alex Owens-BairdReal Life SLC
  • Alyssa Clark Real Life SLC
  • Brady Whitlock Beehive Home
  • Carly Barton Good Shepherd Hospice
  • Erin Colby-DobellNational Ability Center
  • Tessie Pham George E. Walhen Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Cambodia Team 
(80 hours of local service) 

 Some sites chosen so far: 
  •  Shaelyn Barber – Davis County Community Hospital
  • Hailey Lijenquist – Family Support and Treatment Center
  • Whitney Madsen – Orchard Elementary 
  • Ashlyn Perrero – Boys and Girls Club
  • Saige Wheaton – Catholic Community Services
  • Carter Woolf – Real Life SLC

 The Kenya Team 
(100 hours of local service each)

Youthlinc

Youthlinc is a Utah-based 501c-3 nonprofit dedicated to creating lifetime humanitarians through local and international service. Learn more about our programs by visiting our website: www.youthlinc.org.

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