Teens Who Care
Are you an animal loving teen who wants to make a difference? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
The Anti-Cruelty Society has been providing shelter and medical care to hundreds of thousands of animals since 1899. This is only possible thanks to hard-working, dedicated individuals who share a passion for helping animals and the people that love them. Volunteers have long been a backbone of the Society, providing much needed assistance in every department to ensure that the shelter continues to operate smoothly, and that the animals in our care stay happy and healthy while they wait for their forever homes. Now, the torch is ready to be passed to the next generation.
The Teens Who Care volunteer program gives high school teens ages 14-18 an opportunity to do hands-on volunteer work throughout different departments at The Anti-Cruelty Society. Youth have an opportunity to earn service learning hours, hone job skills, learn about animal behavior, and more in this exciting hands-on volunteer program. Learn more about the program below!
- Commitment to The Anti-Cruelty Society mission and philosophies
- Positive attitude
- Able to work independently or on a team
- Maintain a professional demeanor
- Able to lift up to 25 lbs.
- Eagerness to learn
- Able to commit to program attendance requirements
- Must submit an application and attend an in-person interview
Teens Who Care volunteers will provide support by helping with:
- Cleaning Assistance
- Enrichment Construction
- Office Assistance
- Special Event Assistance
- Plant Care
- Animal Socialization
Have questions? Email email@example.com or call (312)644-8338 ext. 333 for answers!