In a time where helping others is needed more than ever, one group of local students has found a way to give back to families in need.
The Penta Career Center Job Training Program volunteers twice a week during the school year from 10:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and have been doing this since 2014. Julia, senior at Penta says “I like helping people because with COVID-19, I can provide a clean environment for kids to play in.”
This volunteering is a part of the curriculum for the Job Training Program at Penta Career Center. According to Amanda Williams, Job Training Coordinator for Penta, the program helps improve work and daily-living skills by teaching students the basics, including how to help the community, shop for groceries, clean and much more!
“Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Ohio is a great place for students to volunteer,” Williams said. “Students help the house out while learning their daily skills which are proven to be useful in the future.”
Please visit PentaCareerCenter.org to learn more about the Job Training Program.
To volunteer at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Ohio, please contact Wendy Bejaige, Director of Program Services, at 419-471-4663 ext. 6113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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