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Leadership Mentoring Summer Program
Session 1 June 9 - 13
Session 2 July 7 - 11
Sessions are held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Leadership Mentoring Summer Program

For more information, contact Kim Sanecki
954-340-5020 or send an e-mail to: ksanecki@coralsprings.org

Leadership Mentoring Program
For Middle and High School Students Summer 2014

The Coral Springs Police Department is currently accepting applications for the Leadership Mentoring Program.

This program is for Middle/High School students who live in the City of Coral Springs or attend a Coral Springs Middle/High School.

The Leadership Mentoring Program will facilitate community service worksites that will enhance confidence, community involvement and leadership skills in middle school students through hands on projects. High school students who have demonstrated academic excellence and expressed a desire to be a mentor will mentor middle school students

Acceptance to the Leadership Mentoring Program is based on the students’ application, academics and school behavior. Students will receive a program certificate with the number of community hours earned.


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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead

The City of Coral Springs prides itself on customer-focused government providing quality services to our residents. Volunteers play an important role in making that happen. Our office is located at 10000 NW 29th Street (formerly the Teen Center) in Mullins Park, next to Sartory Senior Center Call (954) 346-4430 for more information on how you can make a difference.


Why volunteer?

  • Positive interaction with your community
  • Increase skills while sharing time and expertise
  • Meet new friends!

Who volunteers?

  • High School Students
  • Seniors
  • Business People
  • Retirees
Anyone with time to spare, a commitment to excellence and a desire to improve the community.

What do they do?

  • Support staff functions/clerical
  • Neighborhood beautification projects
  • Fingerprinting citizens
  • Parking enforcement
  • Community Assisted Patrol
  • Special events
  • Work with Humane Unit
  • Code Rangers
  • Seniors v. Crime
  • Lots of stuff!

Court-Ordered Community Service

The division also includes the court-ordered community service program, providing an opportunity for teens (14 years of age or older) and adults who have been arrested for a misdemeanor crime to serve community hours in lieu of formal court proceedings or fines. This program is for Coral Springs residents only. Call (954) 346-4434 for more information.

 


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