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Community Resilience Days offer volunteer opportunities, training

Attention students, staff and families: Your community wants you, as a volunteer. Learn about rewarding ways to help out, earn community service credit and build your transcript or resume at the Community Resilience Days Recruitment Fair on Sept. 9 from 12-3 p.m. at 375 N. Grand St. in Cobleskill.

The event is hosted by Schoharie County's Office of Emergency Services and will include local fire departments, emergency medical services, rescue teams, food pantries, scouting organizations, restoration services, church community care teams and more.

A training day will be held Sept. 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. also at 375 N. Grand St. in Cobleskill.

"Volunteer work presents a great opportunity for students to prepare for the future, as well as to improve their communities," said Anne MacCuish, of the Schoharie County Office of Emergency Services.

"It's a great way for students to build their resumes and gain new skills. More importantly, volunteer work for high school students can be a life-changing experience, one that allows teens to expand their horizons and foster meaningful relationships."

MacCuish added that community service boosts socializing skills and helps to raise awareness of local organizations and social issues.

"Giving of their time shows outstanding character, commitment and shows that teens can make a difference in their community. And it also shows the community that teens are responsible citizens."

 

 

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