Youth receive first-hand experience working in an office setting and often work on youth-driven advocacy campaigns, such as the Disability History Week Campaign and Taking Action for Accommodations. The YO! Volunteer Corps create connections for youth with adults with disabilities, as well as other youth volunteers. YO! Volunteer Corps members earn a stipend every month.

Meet a YO! Volunteer…

Hello all! My name is Travis Nichols. I am a 19-year-old blind individual from California. From the age of 10 to the age of 18 I attended the California School for the Blind located in Fremont, California. While there, I gained extensive experience working with youth and adults alike that had multiple disabilities. I have, and always will, enjoy helping and serving the disabled community to the best of my abilities. I am a simple man, but I am me. It is a pleasure to meet you all.

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Youth Volunteer Corps Travis FREED Center for Independent Living – Marysville, CA


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