SEAHOLM COMMUNITY SERVICE

  • Welcome to Seaholm High School Community Service!

    Hi Seaholm Students--

    Please check here often for new volunteer opportunities.
    Don't forget to join the Seaholmservice twitter group and Remind to get the latest volunteer opportunities updated weekly!  

    Stop by the Community Service Office located within the Main Office to visit or ask any questions! :) -Mrs. O'Leary

    Helpful Links

    • Join the community service Remind: 

    • Last Name A-L  @shsvca-l to 81010 to receive weekly community service offerings. 

    • Last Name M-Z @shsvcm-z to 81010 to receive weekly community service offerings. 
    • E-mail-SOleary@birmingham.k12.mi.us

     

    Volunteer Opportunities:

    Click here for Current Community Service Opportunities (Updated 11-06-19)

     

    Community Service Requirements:

    The Birmingham Public Schools has not imposed a community service requirement for Seaholm graduation. Community Service is instead an expected and integral part of the high school experience. Service learning is embedded into classroom curriculum and in our extracurricular programs. Whether a student is engaged in service learning through a class, club, sports team or on their own, it will be important for them to be able to document their community service hours for college applications, scholarships, awards or National Honor Society.  Students should keep a file with information on service projects they have participated in with dates, hours, and contact information beginning the summer of their freshman year.  

    Contact:

    Suzanne O'Leary Seaholm Community School Organizer
    248 203-3725  soleary@birmingham.k12.mi.us

     

COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

  • If a student has been involved in a significant community service project or activity they should provide that information to Mrs. Davis in the Community Service Office and to their counselor. There are several opportunities to nominate students for community service awards throughout the year and we are not always aware of some of the special service work students have done unless they or their parents inform us. There are also many colleges and organizations that offer community service scholarships for students. The Seaholm College and Career Center has information on these scholarship programs.


    SEAHOLM COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP

    Seaholm is pleased to be able to award an annual Seaholm Community Service Scholarship to two seniors who have demonstrated outstanding volunteer service and leadership during their four years of high school. Funds for this scholarship are generously provided by the Birmingham Rotary, Seaholm PTA and Birmingham Community Education. Two one-time scholarship awards of $500 will be awarded to two students selected by the Community Service Scholarship Committee. The award will be used by selected recipients to cover fees associated with post-secondary education.  Eligible students must complete an application, write an essay reflecting on their service experience, submit a letter of recommendation and document their service hours during high school. Application materials can be downloaded HERE when available. Applications are due Monday, May 4, 2020.
     

    Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

    Are you a high school student who is making a difference through volunteering? The Prudential Spirit of Community Award recognizes students who make meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteer service.

    To Apply:

    1. Click HERE to apply.
    2. Complete the application by November 5, 2019.
    3. Complete the student/parent agreement
    4. Print or e-mail the "certification" page and deliver instructions to Pam Davis in the mail office or via e-mail at PDavis@birmingham.k12.mi.us 

     

     

     

    PRESIDENT'S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD  click on the link for NEW change to how to submit your volunteer hours.

     

INTERACT SERVICE CLUB

  • Interact Service Club is sponsored by Rotary International. Interact Clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. Seaholm Interact Club meets monthly and plans service projects in school and out in the community. 

    Please join the Interact Remind group for up-to-date meeting dates and locaton. 

    TEXT @sinteract1 to 81010

    Follow us on instagram: seaholminteract

     

    2019-2020 Interact student officers


    Co-Presidents- Lydia Hamilton and Madeline Milia 

    Co Vice Presidents- Marlena Brown and Valarie Sherr 

    Blood Drive- Amanda Smith, Gabi Betanzos, Brooke Forte, Leah Kim 

    Rotarian Liason- Mrs. Alicia Green 

     

     

Seaholm Interact Club
  • Yearly Projects:

    2 Blood Drives per year (December and March)

    Lighthouse Adopt-A-Family 

    Bottomless Toy Drive wrapping 

    Hope Warming Center