The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is a national volunteer awards program, encouraging citizens to live a life of service, offering presidential gratitude and national recognition. PVSA recognizes, celebrates and inspires volunteerism, service and citizenship in the community.
It has been a long standing effort of the City of Pleasant Hill to encourage individuals to embrace a spirit of volunteerism. The embodiment of this effort takes hold during our annual city-wide community service day where hundreds of volunteers join together for a day of service.
Recognizing that our youth make significant contributions to our city, our schools, and our community on this day and in many other ways, The City of Pleasant Hill, through its Education Commission, is pleased to bring this prestigious award opportunity to our youth grades K-12.
Through PVSA, our Pleasant Hill youth, along with our neighboring youth (those who attend a school in the College Park feeder pattern) are invited to participate in the PVSA in an effort to earn the award.
Why participate? Presidential recognition sets you apart from your peers. It is a tremendous honor. Even though you may not seek recognition, your example can deliver a powerful message that encourages others to take action. The award can be a strong addition to your resume and/or college application.
To get started, here is what you need to do:
The City of Pleasant Hill will award those who have the completed the required number of hours of service, given your age, during the 12-month time period of September 1st through August 31st. Awards will be presented next fall (before the college application season gets into full swing).
Register today! If you’ve completed community service between September 1 and today, please submit as soon as possible.