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Community Service


All Santa Clara Unified students must complete and document 20 hours of community service as part of the graduation requirements. Opportunities will be posted as received. Please see the Community Service Bulletin in the Counseling Office for more details.

Download a Confirmation of Hours Worksheet from the News on the right.


What is the purpose of the community service?

The purpose of Community service is to provide students the opportunity to have a positive impact on our local community. Volunteer work for high school students can be a life-changing experience, one that allows teens to expand their horizons and foster meaningful relationships.  Students are also able to build their resume and skills, which they can include in their college and scholarship applications/interviews.


What qualifies as community service?

  • Community service hours must be completed at a non-profit organization.
  • A student may volunteer for a single organization or at a variety of organizations.
  • Students are encouraged to complete their hours in areas related to their personal interests.
  • Paid experiences do not qualify.
  • Working without pay at your job or for a family business does not qualify.
  • Students cannot earn hours for donating items or money...only their time. 

Community service opportunities are posted on the Community Service page on school loop.  Students can also inquire about community service opportunities in the counseling office before school, lunch and after school. 


How do I prove my community service hours?

Students must complete a Confirmation of Hours form and a Reflection for each activity completed. A supervisor's signature is required on each form.  The parent of a student may not sign as the supervisor.  Verification forms are located in the Counseling Office and School loop. Forms must be submitted and turned into the Counseling Office.  Hours earned over summer should be turned in at the beginning of the school year in August.The deadline for submitting community service hours is two weeks before prom. SENIORS... DO NOT WAIT TILL THE LAST MINUTE!

Community Service Resources

Santa Clara County Volunteer Opportunities                            


Santa Clara County Government Volunteer Opportunities


Bay Area Volunteer Opportunities  


Volunteer Match


Volunteers in Motion

Designed to link Volunteers with the Sponsoring Organizations in our community that benefit from volunteer support. Volunteers In Motion links your interests, skills, and availability with the Sponsoring Organizations who benefit from having your help.







I’m reaching out to you regarding the Stanford Residential & Dining Enterprises casual/temp positions we have. We have Dining/Food Service Worker job fairs with open interviews on every Tuesday and Thursday from 2pm – 4pm and catering job fairs on Wednesdays and Fridays from 2pm – 4pm. We also have a job fair on this Sunday 5/6 from 9:30am – 12:30pm for students who are not available during week days. Please find the attached flyer for more information. We would greatly appreciate if you could post the flyers on your career/job site as well as on campus job boards.


See Attached Flyers and application


Hi Jan,

We’re very excited to announce an upcoming Perry Outreach Program on Saturday, October 6, 2018


 at the University of California San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. The Perry Outreach Program is a free, one-day, hands-on experience for high school women who are interested in pursuing careers in medicine and engineering. Students will hear from women leaders in these fields and try it for themselves by performing mock orthopaedic surgeries and biomechanics experiments.


We are now seeking applicants for our San Francisco, CA program. Participants should be women in grades 10 and up with an expressed interest in science, medicine and/or engineering.  We would very much appreciate if you could pass this information along to any high school principals, high school science teachers or high school students you may know.  Applicants should be directed to fill out our online application in advance of theSeptember 6, 2018 application deadline.

Additional information can be found on our website: www.perryinitiative.org

The application may be accessed directly using the following link: http://perryinitiative.org/programs/student-online-application/

More information and a printable flyer for this event can be found here. Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions you may have.  Again, we sincerely appreciate your help in identifying qualified applicants for our program.

All the best,

Hannah Heuschneider, Program Coordinator


Attached is the power point that we used last night for our community college night.  If you should have any questions you may reach out to your students counselor or call Ms. Yee in the College and Career Center. 


Dates have been schedule for students to attend application workshop, assessment testing and orientations.  Please have your student check with Ms. Yee for more information regarding these dates.


Community College Talking Points 2018

Community College Night at Wilcox – 2/28/2018

·       Encourage all students to attend

·       Encourage all students to attend and bring parent with them

·       Different community colleges have different programs:

o   Use Tri-Fold for information

All Community Colleges:

·       Application opened on February 1st

·       Application Workshop February 15 In Math Lab 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

·       FAFSA Due Date March 2nd

·       Encourage students to visit community college campuses to choose the right fit

Mission College:

·       Assessment Test Date:  March 14th 9:00 - 12:00 PM Science Lecture Hall

·       Open House:  Saturday April 14th

·       Orientation:  Sign up for a date online after you have taken the assessment test

·       Registration for class dates will be given during orientation.

·       Sign up in the College and Career Center  

·       $1,000 Scholarship for attending Wilcox High School

De Anza College:

·       Assessment Test Date:  March 29th 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Math Lab

·       Orientation: April 12th 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Math Lab

·       Sign up in the College and Career Center

West Valley College:

·       Assessment Test Date:  April 5th Math Lab 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

·       Orientation:  After you take the assessment test:

o   April 26

o   May 1st

o   May 9th

o   May 11th

o   May 12th

o   May 17th

·       All of the Orientation dates are school dates, students will be fed breakfast and lunch

·       All students will need to have the absence verified with attendance. (please show registration of orientation)

·       West Valley gives free tuition for 1 year and $600.00 in Book Scholarship for students who complete-assessment, orientation and create an educational plan

Foothill College

  • If we get fifteen students they will come out and do the assessment and orientation

  • Thursday march 1st 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM orientation workshop/ if needed an application workshop

  • Assessment and Educational Plan meeting will be scheduled if we enough students for the first part.  

  • Open House April 21st 11:00 Am - 1:00 PM


FASFA:  Due March 2nd.  Encourage students to fill out

·       It is possible that the Community Colleges will give first year students first year free

·       If this does not pass all of our local Colleges do have a plan for students.  When student attends orientation this will be discussed

·       In addition to FASFA for Community College only there is a BOG (Board of Governors Grant) this grant pays for fees only. (undocumented students can apply for the bog)

Final Transcripts

·       Students will be required to send a final transcript to the Community College

·       This will be done via Parchment.com

·       Make sure they have an account



DON'T FORGET COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS!! Students must complete and document 20 hours of community service as part of the graduation requirements. This can start as early as your 9th grade year. Turn ...more