Permanent Bahá’í Summer Schools in the U.S. Still Accepting Applications for Summer Volunteer Opportunities

The permanent Bahá’í summer schools—Bosch, Louhelen, and Green Acre—are still interested in receiving applications from individuals able to serve from one to twelve weeks during the summer of 2015. Volunteers are particularly needed in the kitchen and hospitality services and, to a lesser degree, as teachers of children’s classes.

Applicants must be energetic, capable, and willing to serve. They must have reached their eighteenth birthday by the start of their service and can be adults of any age, married or single. Volunteers must provide their own transportation to and from the school. Room and board will be provided during the period of service.

The schools have already begun to review applications from an earlier request. But they look forward to receiving more applications. Below are links for application forms for youth and adults for the three Bahá’í schools:

Bosch Bahá’í School, Retreat, and Conference Center, Santa Cruz, California, USA
http://www.bosch.org/short-term-volunteer-service-youth
http://www.bosch.org/short-term-volunteer-service-adults

Green Acre Bahá’í School, Retreat, and Conference Center, Eliot, Maine, USA
http://www.greenacre.org/short-term-volunteer-service-youth
http://www.greenacre.org/short-term-volunteer-service-adults

Louhelen Bahá’í School, Retreat, and Conference Center, Davison, Michigan, USA
http://www.louhelen.org/short-term-volunteer-service-youth
http://www.louhelen.org/short-term-volunteer-service-adults

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