Experience the Journey of a Refugee

  Losing Your Most Prized Possessions – the newest Red Cross IHL youth activity guide – puts you in the shoes of a refugee or internally displaced person (IDP). By participating in this simulation, you can experience some of the struggles facing refugees and IDPs and learn about the protections offered by international humanitarian law […]

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Transitioning from High School to College

When you finally graduate high school, it can be an extremely emotional and happy experience. For many of us, the next step is college. The transition from high school to college can often be difficult because college is so different from high school. There are new opportunities to consider, new people to meet, and new […]

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3 Ways to Highlight Your Volunteer Work on Applications

As a Red Cross volunteer, you work hard to help your community through countless hours of service. Not only is this work important to your personal growth, it is also beneficial to you when applying to college and graduate school. These institutions want students who give back to their communities, and your Red Cross volunteer […]

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10 Reasons to Join the Red Cross

Internship opportunities No matter what your field of interest is, the Red Cross offers a variety of different internships to high school and college students. Contact your local chapter to see if this opportunity is available to you! Volunteer hours With Volunteer Connection, you can access certificates and print a verified report of your volunteer […]

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Volunteer Connection

Volunteer Connection