Right now you’re probably focused on getting through final exams. But summer is around the corner, and if you’re thinking about watching TV every day, think again.
Don’t just sit there. Do something!
Step 1: What’s your thing?
If you don’t already know what gets you fired up, DoSomething.org offers a wealth of information on all sorts of causes from education to the environment, poverty to politics. Read up to figure out how you’d like to get involved.
Step 2: Act now!
Browse for places to volunteer near you. You can search for projects by interest, key words or through the Projects Matchmaker. And if none of the existing projects pique your interest, start your own, like interning or volunteering with private SAT tutoring! DoSomething University provides number of online video tutorials and written guides on how to start, grow and maintain your project or organization. You can even apply with DoSomething.org to get your project funded! Starting a club is a great way to take initiative, and it’ll bulk up your college application. On top of that, you’ll be able to take pride in the fact that you've contributed to a worthy cause, whatever it may be.
Visit DoSomething.org today!