Connecting youth and seniors
Great things happen when the young and young-at-heart connect! YEP! Is a new summer volunteer program that provides a cool opportunity for students to interact with older adults for fun activities such as:
- 1:1 visits
- Participation in events such as baking, gardening, pet therapy, arts & crafts and other areas of interest
- Small group activities, exercise or outings and trips
How our Yep! summer volunteer program works!
Your pathway to a rewarding volunteer experience begins right here!
The YEP! Program runs from June 16 to August 11, 2018 at our Oakmont, Longwood at Oakmont and Washington campuses. The program is open to students that are between 13–16 years of age.
All volunteers must be available for orientation on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m.–2 p.m.; the closing celebration on Saturday, August 11 from 9 a.m.–noon; and a minimum of 4 consecutive hours each week.
You may be asking yourself ‘Why should I do this?’ Well, that’s easy… not only is it rewarding, it’s fun! Apply today and make the biggest impact on the lives of our residents and yourself.
- YEP! Emergency Contact | Parental Consent Form
- YEP! Participant Waiver and Hold Harmless Form
These forms will be provided by the Presbyterian SeniorCare YEP! Program Volunteer Coordinator.
Application deadline has been extended to June 8, 2018.
Who we are!
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network® provides an opportunity for you to learn and thrive while you serve a growing need in the senior living and long-term care community, and that’s a very important position!
Interacting with older adults enables you to develop social networks, communication skills, problem-solving abilities, positive attitudes toward aging, a sense of purpose and community service.
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of age, color, creed or religion, race, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, genetic information, familial status, military/veteran’s status, whether an individual has a GED, the use of a guide or support animal, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law.