What is your teenager doing for Spring Break?

It’s that time of year. Our fingernails are a little shorter. Our eyes are tired. It’s been almost nine weeks since our last big break from school.

Don’t worry. Spring break is right around the corner.

So, what is your teenager doing for spring break? If you dread seeing him or her on the couch for the duration, let’s talk about doing something productive with a week off from school.

How about a Hands on Nashville project? They’re looking for young people ages 11-18 to sign up for Hands on Spring Break:

Make your spring break memorable AND meaningful by joining us for Hands On Spring Break 2013. Open to youth ages 11 to 18, participants will make improvements on a home to make it more energy efficient, pack food bags and medical supplies, unload Contributor papers for men and women to sell who are suffering from homelessness, and much more! More than 100 volunteer spots are available.

Hands on Nashville
They have events planned for every day during spring break (March 25-29), so there’s no reason to not get involved.

Sign up!

Posted on March 5, 2013, in Community Partners, Students and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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