Anacortes HS

Burlington-Edison HS

Concrete HS

La Conner HS

Mount Vernon HS

Sedro-Woolley HS

Since ViV began in 2011, students have collectively provided over 50,000 hours of service!

Youth United Varsity in Volunteerism (ViV) is a program of the United Way of Skagit County and United General District 304 in partnership with local school districts. ViV clubs are active in Anacortes, Burlington, Concrete, La Conner, Mount Vernon, and Sedro-Woolley High Schools. The program provides an extracurricular option for students who want to make a difference in their community and gain important skills for success. Like other school-based clubs and teams, ViV is led by a coach. At each school, the ViV coach works with students who learn topics such as communication and job skills, exploring school and career interests, and more. The coach helps students find volunteer opportunities and track their hours. Those who complete 100 hours of service receive a varsity letter in volunteerism from their high school during a spring ceremony

Find out more!

Contact Jill Sprouse
Email: Jill.Sprouse@UnitedGeneral.org

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How to be a good volunteer

We want to ensure that all our volunteers are well-prepared for their opportunities! Here are some videos to help you make the most of your experience and become an outstanding volunteer!

Step 1: Watch “An Introduction to Youth Volunteerism”

This 3-minute video shares the volunteer experiences of other teens. The video was prepared by Pillar Nonprofit Network, Change the World Program in London, ON, Canada.

Step 2: Watch “ViV 101 – How to be a Good Volunteer”

This 8-minute video goes over the basics of volunteering, including how to find volunteer opportunities.

Coach Contact Info.

Anacortes HS – Melanie Engman, mengman@asd103.org

Burlington-Edison HS – Celia Garcia, cgarcia@be.wednet.edu

Concrete HS – Stephanie Morgareidge, stephanie.morgareidge@unitedgeneral.org

La Conner HS – Lori Buher, ljbuher@gmail.com

Mount Vernon HS – Kiera Wright, kwright@mvsd320.org

Sedro-Woolley HS – Travis Johns, tjohns@swsd101.org