To schedule a group service project (current needs: landscaping, painting, cleaning, events, food/coat/cleaning product drives), contact Julie Huck, PPL Volunteer Program Manager, at (612) 455-5111 or fill out the form below.
PPL provides the opportunity for students to learn about housing development, public policy, social services, education, employment training, and youth programs through internships with direct service to participants or through projects with a program or department. Internships are generally unpaid by PPL, but interns may be able to access stipends through a college internship office, MAFEL, or other sources. Check with the hiring supervisor for details.
Child Enrichment Intern Summer 2018
LECC Youth Program Intern-Hamline Station Summer 2018
AmeriCorps, the domestic Peace Corps, engages more than 50,000 Americans in intensive, results-driven service each year, teaching children to read, training volunteers, making neighborhoods safer, coordinating afterschool programs, building affordable homes, and much more. Most AmeriCorps members are selected by and serve with community organizations like PPL.
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