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2024 business license tax filings and, if applicable, payments, are due on or before March 1, 2024, 11:59 PM EST. All returns should be filed online through the Customer Assessment & Payment Portal (CAPP).
Summer 2024 - Registration Begins February 21, 2024 at Noon!
The summer camp volunteer program is a wonderful opportunity for teens who want to have fun while contributing to their community. Volunteers assist the camp staff in all the fun and exciting activities campers enjoy, including field trips, arts and crafts, swimming, games and more. If you are seeking a professional or personal development opportunity, volunteering can be extremely rewarding. It is an opportunity to make friends, work with children in a supervised setting and gain valuable experience in a leadership role.
For other volunteer options this summer visit our Parks & Recreation volunteer site or Volunteer Arlington, for a list of local opportunities.
For questions regarding Summer Camp Volunteering, please contact email@example.com.
Volunteers must be at least 13 years old, by May 1, and at least two years older than the oldest camper in the program at which they are placed. No exceptions.
New Volunteers must interview for placement (see below for more details).
New Volunteers must be available for a minimum of 2 consecutive weeks (considered 1 assignment) for placement at a camp.
New Volunteers may request up to 2 assignments (Please note: the 2nd assignment is contingent on satisfactory performance during 1st assignment)
Volunteers are scheduled to work during the core program hours and may work some of the extended hours. No volunteer can work more than eight hours per day.
Volunteers are placed only at selected camps operated by Arlington County Department of Parks and Recreation, not in partner camps. (See Volunteer Opportunities below)
Our goal is to place volunteers in the programs of their choice, but we cannot guarantee placements.
Volunteers may be placed onto a waiting list at any time.
All volunteers are required to attend Training on June 5th, 2024
Returning Volunteers who had satisfactory performance the prior summer do not need to interview.
Returning Volunteers must be available for a minimum of 2 consecutive weeks (considered 1 assignment) for placement at a camp.
Returning Volunteers may select up to 2 assignments and will be placed on a first come first serve basis with completion of required paperwork.
Volunteers are placed only at selected camps operated by Arlington County Department of Parks and Recreation, not in partner camps.
All Volunteers are required to attend training on June 5, 2024.
Volunteer Opportunities will be available for registration beginning on February 21, 2024 beginning at noon
Volunteer Information in ePACT will include:
NEW Volunteers will be invited for an interview once you have completed your volunteer profile in ePACT. Please note placement to camp requires an interview and is on a first come first serve basis. You will receive an email invite (to the email you registered with) by our support team once your ePACT profile is completed with a link to “Sign up Genius” for the following dates:
Tues. March 21 5-7pm at Lubber Run Community Center
Thurs. April 4th 5pm-7pm at Lubber Run Community Center
Tues. April 16th 5pm-7pm at Lubber Run Community Center
ALL Volunteers are required to attend our Summer Volunteer Training scheduled on Wed. June 5th from 5pm-7:30pm at Lubber Run Community Center.
This training covers the fundamentals of volunteering in a camp to include:
Need a verification of hours? Please provide supporting documentation and a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: for any request to verify hours prior to 2020, there may be a delay or inability to verify if volunteer hour records cannot be located. Supporting documentation will assist our team to review your request as respond soon as possible. In the event hours were not recorded by the volunteer or the camp, we may be unable to provide proof of hours.