seamlessly and future events can be offered due to C.H.I.L.D.
Friends & Supporters. Volunteers
are a big part of that. Helping in any way is always
appreciated and needed.
School Students - Colleges are looking beyond your SAT
scores. They want to see more community service
involvement of possible incoming students.
also eager to know how in your community you have made a
measurable difference and commitment.
High School Students
that help The C.H.I.L.D. Organization earn letters of
recognition for their service to be included with their college
portfolios. Written references for schools and employers
are also provided for High School Student Volunteers.
find out how you can be a C.H.I.L.D. Friend or Volunteer call us at
for more about our Student
GOES GREEN - Recycling Helps Kids and Community
of the many previous presenters
for a CHILD workshop have included:
Fowlin - "You Don't Know Me..."
Finklestein . LCSW - Defiant Behavior
Odesky - Neuro-Psychologist - Varying conditions
Elman - Author "Unwritten Rules
Janet De Senzo
from Kurzweil Asst.Tech.
The late Elaine
Gottschall, Author "Breaking The
from Eagle Hill School
Cleave from Kildonan School
Scully from Maplebrook School
- Tourette's Syndrome
Dr. Jed Baker -
Author of the award-winning Social Skills Picture Book series
Doug Vogel - Financial
Advisor, Co-Founder of SNAP
Lori Shery -
Asperger's Syndrome Association
Gregory Roper, PhD -
Children's Specialized Hospital