What kind of work can I do?
Super Chargers have worked with a wide variety of organizations:
· School & PTA events
· Religious school or camp
· Teacher Helper
· Food Banks
· Community Events
· Assistant Coaching
· Humane Societies
· Nursing/Senior Homes
· Gardening & Yard Work
· Pet Sitter/House Sitter
· Baby Sitter
· Locks for Love donations
Only volunteer jobs that affect the greater community will be accepted towards the 60% requirement for Greater Community Service.
What are the restrictions?
Super Chargers will not be credited for working more than 8 hours in one day.
Super Chargers cannot volunteer for any immediate family member, grandparent, sibling, aunt/uncle etc.
Super Chargers may not turn in volunteer hours if you also received a merit badge, or used the volunteer hours for other organizations or service clubs (Scouts, National Charity League, religious program commitments, etc).
Super Chargers may not accept money, tips or other privileges in exchange for their volunteer work.
Super Chargers may not count travel time to and from events as volunteer work.
Super Chargers may only earn 3 hours MAXIMUM for: House/Pet Sitting (now considered one job) or a Charitable Performance during EACH of the following times:
Summer months (June-Aug)
First semester (Sept-Dec)
Second semester (Jan-May)
for a maximum of 9 hours in each category for the school year.
Points for performing will only be awarded for performances that benefit charitable organizations.
Super Chargers must earn at least a 2.0 GPA in order to maintain “Active” status. A quarter grade of D, F or Incomplete will remove you from “Active” status until the grade is brought up. To receive your Year End Award, your grades must be in good academic standing at the time of the 4th quarter progress report.