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Judy Williams began helping patients when, as a teenager who was told she was too young to volunteer, she convinced a hospital to start a student volunteer program.
Referring to SIUT Student Volunteer Program Summer Session 2009, they said it was participated by 253 students from different schools of Karachi.
Life-skills teacher Tracy Mara, who had previously taught disabled students, started the student volunteer program four years ago because, she explained, "students learn better from their peers than adults.
Zoo Student Volunteer program seeks high students entering the ninth through 11th grades this fall to volunteer in presenting a variety of education programs at the Los Angeles Zoo.
The Student Volunteer Program offers undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in HPC the opportunity to help with the management and operation of the conference.
Adam Waldeck, 16, of Hamden, a junior at Hamden High School, founded a student volunteer program that organizes visits, field trips, and hands-on recreational activities for senior residents of a local assisted-living center.
Each year graduate and undergraduate students from universities around the world come to IMS for the opportunity to participate in the world's leading microwave and RF event, either as competitors, or as part of our student volunteer program," said Jim Komiak, Student Paper/Competitions Chair, IMS2009 and Engineering / Scientific Fellow with BAE Systems Electronic Solutions.
Alternative High School with on-the-job training and orientation to the building trades; a program to provide neighborhood youth (ages 14 - 18) with after school employment and job training in PPL's General Store, and a student volunteer program targeted toward youth ages 9 to 14.