EUGENE, Ore -- The Eugene Police department is recruiting teen volunteers for its upcoming Safety Town summer camp.
Safety Town is 2-week comprehensive educational program for students entering kindergarten in the upcoming 2018-19 school year. The program is scheduled July 16 through July 27 at Prairie Mountain Middle School and covers 30 plus safety topics.
EPD is looking for teen volunteers, ages 13-19, to act as camp counselors during camp. The teen recruitment application deadline is May 1.
Teen applicants must undergo an interview, background process and then a mandatory 3-hour training on Saturday, July 14.
For more information and a link to the application, click here.
Jeff Blondé, an EPD program manager, says volunteering is a fun and educational experience for teens and a great way to earn community service hours, which are required at most high schools. Blondé joined anchor Sean Cuellar on KEZI 9 News Midday. Watch the video to learn about Safety Town teen volunteer opportunities.
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