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GenerationOn Service Clubs are a great way to have fun, get involved in your community and make your mark on the world!

GenerationOn Service Clubs are led by middle and high school youth with support from an adult advisor. You can start a club with friends, at your school, at community or faith-based organizations, or at HandsOn Action Centers. 

GenerationOn Clubs provide members with the opportunity to build life and leadership skills and to implement meaningful hands-on service projects, locally, nationally and globally.

- See more at: http://www.generationon.org/service-clubs/join/about#sthash.v1ugYgjt.dpuf

Interested in doing service projects as a group?

Start a generationOn Service Club!

generationOn Service Clubs are a great way to have fun, get involved in your community and make your mark on the world! You'll also have the opportunity to build important skills, explore career possibilities and strengthen your college application.

You can start a club with friends, at school, in a faith-based or community organization, or as a club within an existing youth organization. Club members work together to do meaningful hands-on service projects locally, nationally and globally. Plus, starting a generationOn Service Club is free and easy, and gets you access to TONS of great resources:

  • Great project ideas and background information on issues
  • Helpful tips on getting started and going strong in the Club Handbook and Toolkit
  • A monthly e-newsletter with exclusive information and content
  • Eligibility to apply for mini-grants and prizes through generationOn Clubs Contests
  • Opportunities to connect and collaborate with other generationOn Clubs
  • The ability to track your club's service activity over time and to share your success stories online
  • Eligibility for recognition and awards, such as Club of the Month
  • Access to local volunteer opportunities through our HandsOn Network
  • Access to generationOn technical assistance and support

generationOn Service Clubs are for middle and high school-age youth (11-18 years old) and are youth-led with support from an adult advisor. The generationOn Service Clubs program equips you with tools and resources to implement service projects, share your successes and be recognized for your service.

Visit the generationOn Service Clubs section of our website here.

Ready to get started?

  1. Choose an organization where your Club can meet. Most clubs meet in schools, faith-based organizations or community centers.
  2. Get approval from your advisor and your partner organization. For lots of Clubs, that's the principal at their school. Need help convincing them? Download the generationOn Service Clubs brochure or one-pager to bring with you.
  3. Next, join generationOn.
  4. Register a club or have your Club advisor do it, if you're under 13 years old.
  5. You'll receive a personal phone call from the generationOn Clubs support team to finalize your registration and initiate your membership.
  6. Log in to generationOn and your Club Profile.
  7. Get started researching and doing awesome projects!

generationOn Service Clubs can be started either by youth participants (over 13 years old) or by adult advisors. Registration is free and super easy!

Register a Club here.

 

Starting a generationOn Service Club is free and easy to do!

Younger than 13? Find an Advisor (over 18) or a Youth Leader (over 13) to register the Club. 

Between 13 and 18? Register the Club yourself as the Youth Leader but also list the name of an Advisor (over 18) who will support the Club.

Adult Advisor? Register the Club yourself but make sure to have youth involved in leading the Club.

Okay, but how do I actually register a Club?



Follow the directions below and feel free to reach out to us for help with registration.

  1. Choose an affiliated organization where your Club can meet. Most clubs meet in schools, faith-based organizations or community centers.
  2. If you're over 13, join generationOn.
  3. Register a club or have your Club advisor do it.
  4. Invite your friends to join your Club.
  5. You'll receive a personal phone call from the generationOn Clubs support team to finalize your registration and initiate your membership.
  6. Log in to generationOn and your Club Profile.
  7. Get started researching and doing awesome projects!

- See more at: http://www.generationon.org/service-clubs/join/about/starting-a-club#sth...