Local 6-12 Grade Students and Parents Invited to Attend
MISSION VIEJO, California – Lion’s Heart, a nationwide teen volunteer platform for 6th – 12th grade students, is holding an information meeting on Thursday, March 10th at 4:00 p.m. at the Peninsula Center Library. Lion’s Heart invites local teens and parents to attend and learn more about membership benefits including volunteer, leadership and scholarship opportunities. To RSVP to the event, please visit http://whoozin.com/LionsHeart.
“Our program is designed to teach teens life skills and establish a strong, well-rounded portfolio that will help them as they apply to college and begin careers,” said Terry Corwin, Lion’s Heart Founder and Executive Director. “Lion’s Heart alumni have gone on to a number of prestigious public and private universities including many of the Ivy League schools. Recently, 81-percent of our graduates reported their involvement in our organization was beneficial during the college application process.”
Lion’s Heart’s 2016 enrollment period opened on February 1st. Members are arranged in groups consisting of three to twenty teens grouped by gender, grade and location. Groups are run by peer-elected officers and supervised by an adult volunteer. This structure allows Members to dictate how their group would like to serve their community. For more information about how to enroll, please visit the Lion’s Heart website www.lionsheartservice.org or Facebook page.