United Way Summer Serve

United Way Summer Serve 2015

United Way Summer Serve engages area youth 12-17 in volunteer service projects at various nonprofit agencies throughout Frederick County. 

The program consists of three separate two week sessions that will provide the participants with a comprehensive understanding of the areas of need in our community. The participants will experience a team-based environment that will present them with opportunities and challenges to grow their leadership skills. The program runs weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm June 22nd to August 7th (except for June 29th - July 3rd).  

New this year is Leadership Week running from August 10th to August 14th and available to any who have registered for Sessions 1, 2 and/or 3 of Summer Serve 2015. Leadership Week will give participants an opportunity to further expand upon their ability to work well with others and teach them how they can serve as a catalyst for positive change in their community.                                                  
Click here to register today.

One Two Week Session:
Any Two Sessions: $600
All Three Sessions: $825
Leadership Week: $100 (Free if you register for all three sessions)
Limited scholarships are also available.

Detailed Schedule:
Session 1: 
June 22-26 and July 6-10
Session 2: July  13-17 and July 20-24 SOLD OUT
Session 3: July 27-31 and August 3-7
Leadership Week: August 10-14

For questions about the Summer Serve program or scholarships please contact Jake Freas at 301-663-4231 or via email at jfreas@uwfrederick.org or Malcolm Furgol at 240-578-4008 or via email at mfurgol@uwfrederick.org.

What participants and parents said last year about Summer Serve:

“It made me realize I can make a difference.”
“The stuff you do no matter how little can make a big difference to someone out here in the world.”
“It helped me realize what good we can do if we all work in unison, united.”
“Giving our child the ability to not only stay active all summer through volunteering but also build friendships with older teens in a mentoring role was a fantastic opportunity.”


Check out some highlights from Summer Serve 2014: 

Summer Serve: Students participate in service projects through United Way 

Time to get to the Fair: MyPlate Interactive Garden is a new addition to GFF 

Group Gives Back to Community, plants for Great Frederick Fair 

Mosaic Honoring Lord Nickens in the Works 

Fair gets national recognition for agriculture education 

Summer Serve 2014 Information (2015 documents coming soon):

Participant Orientation Packet

High Point Farm Release Form

United Way Summer Serve Release Form

YMCA Emergency Contact Info

A very special thank you to our Summer Serve 2014 Partners: Frederick Community Action Agency, Walmart Store #2756 and YMCA of Frederick County!