PeerCorps Middle provides middle schoolers with meaningful volunteer opportunities around Pittsburgh. Serving alongside high school aged Mentors, PeerCorps middle schoolers (previously called Mentees) can sign up to serve for our Fall and/or Spring Cycle at volunteer sites around the city. We are accepting registrations for Spring 2021 (Feb. 7th – June 13th) at https://rpr.world/peercorpsmiddle. If you’d like to be involved with PeerCorps in the spring, reach out to [email protected]
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Interested in service, leadership, and community? Sounds like you’re ready to join PeerCorps High. Participants commit to a year of programming that includes weekly activities (either in person or virtual, depending on our ability to gather!) Support our community during this difficult time of a global pandemic. We are accepting registrations for Spring 2021 (Feb. 7th – June 13th) at https://rpr.world/peercorpshigh. If you’d like to be involved with PeerCorps in the spring, reach out to [email protected]
PeerCorps Mission, Vision, and Values
The PeerCorps Mission
PeerCorps was established to create the Jewish leadership of our future committed to repairing our world. We accomplish this by engaging teens in meaningful volunteer experiences within their communities.
The PeerCorps Vision
Through leadership development, social justice learning, and community building, PeerCorps strengthens young Jewish teens’ Jewish identity and commitment to Tikkun Olam.
The PeerCorps Values
Tzedek (Justice) – Our humanity is bound up in the humanity of others
Elu V’elu – Learning alongside others and grappling with complexity
Tikkun Olam (Repair the World) – Taking action to create a better world