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Community Involvement Ideas

Community Involvement Ideas

We have created a list of organizations and agencies which students may contact regarding community involvement hours.  Mulock does not recommend or endorse one agency over another; this is a courtesy list for students, parents and guardians.

To meet graduation requirement students are required to complete 40 hours of community involvement.  When planning your community involvement, please keep the following in mind:

  • community involvement hours can be denied by a school official if they are deemed ineligible.
  • all community hours which will be recorded for graduation should be approved by your guidance counsellor before you begin.
  • when you complete your hours, ensure that the correct form has been signed by the Supervisor of the Acti​​vity - who confirms the number of hours you did at the activity.
  • return the completed form to the Guidance Office
  • students are encouraged to maintain a personal portfolio of all community involvement

For a description of eligible and non-eligible community involvement activities, check out the YRDSB’s Community Involvement Guide which outlines the what, where, when, why and how of Student Community Involvement

Some tips for you to consider:

  • if the organization is not-for-profit, it's probably a good place to do community involvement hours
  • pick a charity that is important to you; contact them and let them know you are available to help
  • churches, mosques, templates and synagogues are also good places to complete community involvement hours.
  • try to spread your community involvement over your four years of high school.
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