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Mobius Community Service Program
The Mobius Community Service program was created to increase the number of unique opportunities available to mentor pairs so that they can gain new experiences together. The program also encourages mentor pairs to engage in their communities to teach the benefits of giving back while supporting local non-profit organizations and their important work.
If you are already participating in community service with your mentee, even if it is not at one of the sites on the list below, please fill out the community service form. Log your hours each time you and your mentee volunteer, and when you hit three hours, you will be receive public recognition for your community service. The mentor-pairs with the most hours between now and March will be recognized in April, and will receive a prize.
If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for new community service opportunities, email [email protected].
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Involves at least fifteen minutes of healthy, physical activity for the youth mentee, as defined by the Vermont Department of Health’s Getting Active and Making a Difference guidebook for mentors.
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Weeding, clearing trails, facility maintenance, construction...
Preparing meals as a guest chef for either breakfast for dinner.
Cook and serve dinner
Planting, harvesting, weeding, washing, and packing vegetables.
Harvesting vegetables, event set-up and clean-up, weeding, transplanting, and maintaining native tree species,
Sorting, packing, and gleaning.