The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center

Additional Student Opportunities

VOICES: An Oral History Project

Digital Navigators Program

During this project, High school students interview older adults, giving them an opportunity to tell their stories and share their personal histories. 
Students then develop and produce the story which then becomes a printed “memory” book with photos to be given to the older adult. This project connects students with older adults, who may be feeling socially isolated, especially during the pandemic.
Along the way, students earn valuable volunteer community service hours that will be certified through The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center–our students annually complete more than 25,000 hours at nonprofits throughout the Triangle.
In this project, students gain hands-on experience in technical support, have the opportunity to build relationships with members of the community who are part of an older generation, and learn the importance of community service.
Students will participate in training sessions in how to effectively give technical support and then be matched with an older adult who needs that support. 
Along the way, students earn valuable volunteer community service hours that will be certified through The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center–our students annually complete more than 25,000 hours at nonprofits throughout the Triangle.
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