Metro students are volunteer leaders with Hands on Nashville
Two Metro high schoolers are transforming into community leaders this summer, with some help from a new program at Hands on Nashville.
Corey Wu (Overton High School) and Runze Zhang (MLK Academic Magnet High School) are two of the four Hands on Nashville Summer Youth Leaders.
From Hands on Nashville:
Starting this week (and for the rest of the summer) these four incredible volunteers are making their mark on the community in a BIG way. They will lead 10 volunteer projects each addressing one of four issue areas: Homelessness, Hunger, Health and Wellness, and Environment.
Read which issues Corey and Runze will tackle and all about the program as a whole over on the Hands on Nashville blog.
If you want your high schooler to get off the couch and actually do some good this summer, it’s not too late to sign up for several of the Hands on Nashville summer programs. Check them out and apply!