The PSL program partners with over 30 agencies providing more than 70 volunteer opportunities for our students. Click on the organization names below to learn more about them and the volunteer positions that are available. Each link also contains information about the Sustainable Development Goals addressed by the organization, photos, articles, and/or letters from former PSL students who volunteered there.
Featured PSL Partnerships
Broadmoor Schools works to enrich, empower, and engage children and young adults with disabilities, and seeks PSL volunteers to serve in preschool, grade school, and vocational classrooms.
Footprints Center for Autism
Footprint's mission is to provide comprehensive, collaborative, and child-centered programming for individuals with autism in a positive and non-restrictive learning environment so that each child can reach their highest potential and achieve excellence in all aspects of life.
Karpos: Hospitality to the Homeless
The Karpos Ministry is seeks to establish relationships and demonstrate solidarity with those who are homeless in the Painesville area, and seeks PSL volunteers to help serve meals and make connections each weekday evening.
Madison Senior Center
The Madison Senior Center is a recreational facility designed to meet the social and physical needs of Madison’s seniors. Volunteers are needed to support daily activities that include billiards, Wii bowling, bingo, puzzles, art/craft projects, and friendship, and to support their Meals on Wheels lunch program.
Riverside’s RAVE Programs offer a variety of vocational experiences for high school students with special needs, and seeks PSL volunteers to support job coaches at sites throughout the community.
Salvation Army Learning Zone
The Learning Zone provides homework and tutoring for those in grades 1-8, as well as career exploration, creative projects, gym time, and more for participants, and seeks PSL volunteers who are enthusiastic about building relationships with kids.
Partner agency expectations and volunteer evaluation form
Partner agencies are asked to provide PSL student volunteers with meaningful experiences fulfilling unmet human needs in our community. Periodically, partner agencies with complete a brief feedback form for each volunteer. Each semester, partner agencies are asked to complete a more detailed written evaluation for each of their student volunteers. To view and submit the evaluation form, please click here.