How to give back to your community:
Many of the Mariner High School student clubs and organizations volunteer their time in the community. Volunteering allows students to get out into the community to learn about different opportunities, build their leadership skilss, expose them to different types of populations, and builds their resume and academic transcript for the next chapter in their adult life.
There are a few student clubs who focus greatly on volunteering as their main purpose. Those organizations are listed below:
- Key Club - they work primarilty with the Kiwanis organizaitons of Cape Coral
- Interact Club - they work primarily with the Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral
- National Honor Society - works with Habitat For Humanity and many smaller organizations
Please ensure you check out ALL the student clubs available at Mariner High School. Most of them volunteer in the Lee County community so find a club that fits your interests and career goals.
The Cape Coral Veteran Affairs (VA) Clinic
The program is designed for the students for summer time volunteering but many continue serving after the time. The 2016 orientation will be June 13th from 0930 to 1100 for the students accepted.
Please view all the documents to the right to apply. Should you have any questions, the contact person is:
Miles Washko, MPH, ASHM
Voluntary Service Specialist
Lee County Healthcare Clinic
2489 Diplomat Parkway East
Cape Coral, FL. 33909
239-652-1800 x 20552
American Cancer Society
As an American Cancer Society (ACS) volunteer you can honor a survivor or a loved one lost to cancer, help people in your local community, and join the fight to cure cancer. Your unique talents will make a real difference, and you can choose from volunteer positions that match your interests, offer flexible scheduling, and allow you to learn new skills. Join us and discover how rewarding it is to be an American Cancer Society volunteer.
Click on the links to the right to find out different ways to get involved in our local community!