As the pandemic of COVID-19 hit, Culver City students have found themselves looking for an opportunity to fill a void of helplessness, depression, purpose, or self-worth. These empty feelings are leaving our youth struggling mentally, as are so many adults.
Many of them have been accustomed to finding events and activities to fill their calendars during the long summer months, however this year is different.
In an effort to assist our community, the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, would like to be a champion in assisting our neighbors (both personally or professionally). We’ll do this by connecting students with the various needs in our community. With their talents, our youth might be able to help with projects.
The assignment could be short, or longer as the pandemic seems to run beyond the Summer.
With the safety of both parties in mind, some ideas might include, but not limited to:
- Car Washing
- Window Washing
- Lawn/Weed Care
- Grocery Delivery
- Answer/ Make phone calls/Appointment Setting
- Data Entry
- Conversations – discussions about possible career paths
- Garage Cleaning
- Garage Organizing
- Summer Cleaning
There are many little and big projects our youth could assist with. Let’s work together to offer a helping hand to so many who are struggling to find an activity and purpose right now.
The Culver City Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Culver City Unified School District would like to ask you:
Do you have a project, large or small, that a member of our community could assist you with?
Have you been looking for an internship, but coming up blank?
Are you finding you spend hours watching YouTube or TikTok videos and looking for some purpose?
What talents are you willing to share?
For more information on the program, visit the Culver City Chamber of Commerce’s website at https://www.culvercitychamber.com
For more on what is going on in the Culver City Unified School District and how they are preparing to reopen, visit https://www.ccusd.org.