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J-Serve Pittsburgh 2021

Save The Date for J-SERVE 2022!
April 3, 2022

J-Serve is an annual day of service open to all teens in 6th-12th grade, and an amazing opportunity for teens to give back to their community while having a blast with their friends and learning about the value of service and community engagement.

Join the Steering Committee!

J-Serve Pittsburgh is planned every year by a teen steering committee of dedicated student leaders passionate about giving back to the community through service. This year, the steering committee is open to all teens who have participated in J-Serve in the past. Strong steering committee applicants demonstrate high levels of creativity, extraordinary work ethic, and a commitment to teamwork.

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J-Serve Pittsburgh is free for all participants. If you would like to support our efforts, please click here and designate your gift to J-Serve. Thank you.

J-Serve: International Day of Youth Service

J-Serve: International Day of Youth Service is a national program of BBYO, Repair the World, Youth Service America, and Rock the Vote. It is generously underwritten by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation. Since 2005, J-Serve has been part of Youth Service America’s Global Youth Service Day weekend.

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