What is the Outreach Fair?
Occurring every fall, the Outreach Fair provides students the opportunity to network with non-profit agencies and community service options. It is usually held during school hours (Flex period & Lunch) in the quad for all students who are interested in finding volunteer opportunities.
The outreach fair marks the beginning of the Sophomore Project as 10th grade students begin to learn more about their world problem and speak to various agencies that are working to fix it. It also provides non-sophomores the chance to meet agencies and find opportunities so they can fulfill their graduation requirement of 40 community service hours.
Missed out on this event and want hours?
Pioneer's Service Learning class works for all students to be able to earn hours to graduate and become active in serving our community. From Volunteer opportunities to non-profit organizations, we provide students all the resources to bring back to the community around them.
For any and all questions please email Mike Burrell at email@example.com.
Thank you to our 2018 Non Profit Participants
Almaden Community Center
Alzheimer's Activity Center
American Cancer Society - Discovery Shop
Angels on Stage
Birthright San Jose
Breathe California of the Bay Area
Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose
City of San Jose - Parks and Rec
Eating Disorder Resource Center
Habitat for Humanity
Japanese American Museum of San Jose
LGBTQ Youth Space
Loaves and Fishes Family Kitchen
March of Dimes
Next Door Solutions
Planned Parenthood San Jose
San Jose Public Library - Cambrian
San Jose Public Library - Vineland
Santa Clara Valley Water District
Santa Cruz Outdoor Science School
South Valley YMCA
Suicide and Crisis Service of Santa Clara County
Youth Science Institute