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Teen Ambassador Program @ Meals on Wheels

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ORGANIZATION: Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland

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The Teen Ambassador Program (TAP) provides leadership experience, professional development skills, and service hours to incoming 9th-12th graders. Through TAP, you will learn about non-profits, advocacy, and using your personal voice. You will also participate in hands-on service in our meal packing room and a final project that will utilize the skills you learn to help further the mission of Meals on Wheels. Learning sessions and volunteering will take place at our main office in Highlandtown: 515 S. Haven Street, Baltimore, MD 21224. COVID-19 vaccination required.

This summer, TAP has three sessions running Monday to Thursday, each of which are two-weeks. Priority applications due 5/1!

Session 1: June 21-June 30 (applications due 5/16)

Session 2: July 11-July 21 (applications due 5/30)

Session 3: July 25-August 4 (applications due 6/6)

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About Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland


515 South Haven Street, Baltimore, MD 21224, US

Mission Statement

To enable people to live independently at home through the provision of nutritious meals, personal contact, and related services.


Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland provides two nutritious meals daily to homebound persons living in Baltimore City and Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Carroll, Harford and Howard Counties. Volunteers provide friendly and compassionate meal delivery service to our clients. Related services include grocery shopping, pet food, companion and phone pal programs.

What does homebound mean? Our clients are unable to prepare meals or shop for themselves. Most of clients are elderly. Other clients may be disabled, ill or recovering from major medical procedures.

Are there income restrictions on service? No. Anyone who meets the definition of homebound may be eligible for service.

Is meal service free? Some clients do receive free meal service, however most clients pay a small fee. We determine how much our clients pay by assesing all forms of income.

Why do we rely on volunteers? Since it's start in 1960, Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland has been a volunteer supported agency. Volunteers truly provide the heart of our agency. They really care about what they do and support our mission. Without our volunteers, paid staff would deliver over 3,000 meals a day! This would make our services more costly and less personal.

Note: At this time we are unable to hire court appointed community-service volunteers.


Community, Hunger, Seniors


Tue Jun 21, 2022 - Thu Jun 30, 2022
09:00 AM - 03:00 PM


515 South Haven StreetBaltimore, MD 21224



  • Community Outreach
  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Professional Development


  • Teens


  • Must be at least 14
  • 2 week session, Monday through Thursday 9am-3pm *first session begins on a Tuesday
  • Ability to stand for 3 hours and do activities that require lifting, reaching, and bending continuously, and work on a fast-paced box packing line • Transportation to and from Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland’s main office at 515 S. Haven Street

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