Community Service Hours for Caregiving Youth
About AACY Caregiving Youth Community Service Hours
If you live in the United States, regularly provide care for someone in your home or close by who has a chronic illness or disability, you are in high school (grades 9-12), and you are at least 13 years old, we can help you get the recognition you deserve for your important work at home through American Association of Caregiving Youth (AACY) Community Service Hour Credits.
Sometimes schools require you to tell them how many hours you volunteered to graduate from high school or even to receive extra credit points in class. But if you’re a Caregiving Youth, you might not have time to volunteer or participate in out-of-school activities. AACY created this recognition program to help fulfill your community service requirements through life experience. Caregiving Youth Community Service Hour Credits can also help your resume look better for college or job applications!
To receive the AACY Community Service Hours Certificate, you need to follow these simple steps:
1. Answer the questions below
2. When you are finished, click submit, and your information will be e-mailed to the American Association of Caregiving Youth.
3. An AACY team member will review your application, and we might reach out for clarification or assistance with the form.
4. If eligible, you will then receive an official award certificate to bring to your school for your school record documentation.
5. Each questionnaire is individually evaluated and is completely confidential.
6. There is no cost to you for this award recognition.
7. You will receive your award within ten days.