Youth Educational Services

Youth Educational Services began in 1968 in the age of student activism and empowerment. Its mission then and now is to provide free services to a broad spectrum of local residents, ranging from youth to elderly. Y.E.S. offers you the opportunity to make a difference in this community as a volunteer of one or our 14 different programs. Our programs were all created by students who identified a particular need in the community that was not being met. Your commitment could be as little as a few hours during the year or could involve two or more hours per week with a specific focus. It is also a great way to make new friends and even work toward career goals. YES 2008 Fall Festival performance where all YES volunteers are invited to share a meal and information about their programs.

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

All students are welcome to become Y.E.S. volunteers. One-time or intermittent volunteering involves completing a simple form. Volunteers for semester-long programs will need to complete a paperwork packet and are interviewed and screened.

How to Join

Sign up at the Y.E.S. House, House 91, north of the Library Circle.

Meeting Information

Time: Varies by program. Call 826-4965 or see details on our website listed under Y on the HSU website.
Location: Y.E.S., House 91, north of Library Circle

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (707) 826-4965

Places to find us on the Web

HSU Department website”:


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