Are you looking to get involved in meaningful volunteer experiences in Clark County? The Clark County Public Works volunteer program is the perfect place to start. Through this program, the community is engaged in activities that improve community assets, such as parks and roads, and support the Public Works mission to improve the quality of life in Clark County. Volunteers are essential to improving the beauty, safety, accessibility, and quality of our parks, public lands, transportation corridors, and trails. If you're searching for upcoming events hosted by voluntary organizations in Clark County, you can find them on the calendar.
Additionally, the Future Leaders program is sponsored by the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department for teens ages 13 to 17. This program focuses on community service, leadership development, job training, and social recreation. To participate in this program, applicants must complete and submit both the Teen Leader application and the Clark County volunteer application. Adolescents must not have a history of disciplinary problems in Clark County programs and must not have been suspended or expelled from school during the current school year (or the previous school year when applying for summer positions). All volunteers 18 years of age or older must sign a Clark County public works liability waiver before participating in any volunteer activity.
If the URL or contact information contained in this document is no longer accurate, use the Internet to search for the name of the organization and use its website to find information about volunteering at your organization. Assistance to the Homeless Connect Project is free and is coordinated by the Nevada Homeless Alliance in partnership with the Southern Nevada Homeless Ongoing Care Center and the Clark County Department of Social Services. Currently, the Clark County Public Works volunteer program is not involved as a venue for Eagle Scout projects.