5. Look for a Volunteer Opportunity and Commit to Time Spent

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Volunteering is incredibly satisfying and summer break is the perfect time to do it.

Maybe you’ll deliver meals to shut-ins or read to toddlers at the library.2

Perhaps you’ll tutor summer school kids or shop for an elderly neighbor.

All of these things will keep you productive and they make great additions to your college applications and future resume.

Be sure to pick volunteer work you enjoy so that you don’t quit before school starts again.

Take a Class or Two at the Community College to Get Ahead
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