Community Service Opportunities For Students

Need Community Service Hours?

The following non-profit organizations are offering Clear Creek ISD students the opportunity to volunteer, receive community service hours and make a difference!

Clear Creek ISD EL Civics Program

Through the English Literacy (EL) Civics for Adults Program, CCISD is working with adult immigrants to help them learn to speak, understand, read, and write English to meet self-identified goals and become linguistically self-reliant. Volunteers are needed to help with the training and need not be bilingual to support the program needs. Volunteers are also needed in the Children's Literacy Center to work with the young children while their parents are in class. 


Maria Valdez
Family Literacy Lead Teacher
EL Civics Coordinator
Clear Creek Independent School District
Office 281-284-4891
Fax 281-284-9955 

Interfaith Caring Ministries

Volunteering at ICM is a great way to have fun and make new friends while helping out your neighbors in need. Volunteer positions range in flexibility from weekly, monthly, to an 'as needed' basis. Volunteer tasks include sorting food donations and stocking food pantry shelves, helping with periodic mailings, and sorting and organizing donations at the resale shop.


Ms. Janey Nelson
Director of Volunteers 
(281) 332-3881 ext. 226

Bay Area Pet Adoptions

The Bay Area Pet Adoption's mission is to find homes for the animals in the program, while providing them with necessary medical care and socialization skills until adoption. A 501(c)3 non-profit, Bay Area Pet Adoptions seeks volunteers who enjoy working and caring for animals in the following areas:

PetSmart Adoption Days - Need volunteers 11-4 p.m. on Saturdays and 12-4 p.m. on Sundays for various duties including transport to and from the shelter and as Adoption Hosts in the store.

Adoption Host - Seeking personable individuals to guide visitors through the facility and assist them with selecting the perfect animal for their family home. It is a scheduled position for Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Cat Cuddler - Work in the cattery and help keep the cats and kittens friendly and affectionate. You can cuddle, play with, and assist with grooming and bathing.

Canine Crew - Help in exercising, socializing, and keeping dogs behaviorally healthy until they are adopted. Participants must have the physical ability to handle the dogs, and a commitment to their care is required.

Facility Maintenance and Groundskeeping & Special Events and Offsite Volunteering
Age Constraints: For liability reasons, Bay Area Pet Adoptions is unable to accept volunteers under the age of 16 unless they are accompanied by a parent or guardian.


For information on many other local volunteer opportunities:

Volunteer Houston - Bay Area

Volunteer Houston Bay Area connects individuals and groups with meaningful opportunities at Bay Area non-profit organizations that need adult and youth volunteers to fulfill their mission.

Volunteers benefit by meeting new people, exploring new interests, building leadership skills, developing character, improving their community and having fun! Some youth-friendly volunteer opportunities available include Armand Bayou Nature Center, The Bridge (shelter and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and the homeless), Kensington College (companionship for the elderly), The Salvation Army, and Battleship Texas .

Tina Brown
Director of Volunteer Services

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