There is so much to get involved in as a student at Cal Poly in the SLO community. Here we have listed some ways to get involved through volunteering and job openings.

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One Cool Earth Garden Work Day

Thursday, January 13th from 3-4:30pm at Santa Margarita Elementary School

If you are looking for a fun volunteer event to start off Winter Quarter, look no further! PCDC is volunteering with One Cool Earth, an organization that promotes nutritional and environmental literacy in students through school garden programs and education initiatives. We will be helping maintain the garden at Santa Margarita Elementary School!

Sign Up to Volunteer with One Cool Earth: https://www.onecoolearth.h4i-cp.org/signup

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Camp Natoma

Become a student camp counselor this summer!

Camp Natoma is a long standing tradition in San Luis Obispo county, operating since 1941 on 360 pristine oak-studded acres in the Adeladia area of Paso Robles. Camp Natoma welcomes boys and girls, 1st through 11th grades to its overnight camp program. Each session is 6 nights and 6 days, includes food, t-shirt, all activities and transportation. One of the most unique features of our program is where we sleep at night -  everyone sleeps outside on cots! Groups are organized  by age and gender and supervised by trained staff. 

All positions are open working with the ages 7-17. If intrested in applying please click the link below. If you have anymore questions, contact Emily Zbin at emily@campnatoma.org.

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PCDC Jobs Facebook Page

Committed to Quality

Our Club's Facebook page where parents and other employers in San Luis Obispo can post job opportunities to those in PCDC. Email us at polychilddevelopmentclub@gmail.com to join!

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Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center

Committed to Quality

"We are an all-volunteer organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of those affected by autism spectrum disorders. The Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center was formed in 2007. The center provides support and services to individuals throughout the lifetime – from early diagnosis and intervention, through pre-vocational and vocational training, to transitional services and beyond. Because ASD’s affect more than the individual diagnosed, CCASC provides support for parents and grandparents and offers workshops and playgroups for siblings and families." 

To learn more or volunteer, click the link.


Cal Poly Preschool Learning Lab

Exceeding Expectations

The learning lab on campus is constantly hiring students for part time positions as student assistants. Please note: You must have taken CD 131 and CD 230 to be considered. If interested, contact Dr. Patty Clarkson.