Teen Volunteers

Some in-person teen volunteer opportunities have resumed! Limited in-person teen volunteer activities have resumed for some city facilities. 

Virtual & remote volunteer opportunities are still available: 

  • Creating family safety plans,
  • Crafting for a cause or city project,
  • Independent litter clean-up, and
  • The SERVE card that connects teens to a wide variety of civic engagement and self-development opportunities. (Next SERVE card available June 2021)

Opportunities are showcased below. Click on the title to read more. Even though they are not available at this time, in-person opportunities are still listed below. Teen volunteers interested in those opportunities will be notified once they are available again.

Want to see the impact of our program and learn what volunteers think? Read the 2020 Teen Volunteers in Coppell Annual Report.

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Volunteer Coordinator

Marissa Olivas, Community Programs Coordinator


Activity Shifts Start End
Virtual Volunteering: Litter Cleanup 1

Mission Statement


The City of Coppell’s purpose is to provide for the health, safety and quality of life for our citizens, and in doing so, provide a foundation for building a better community. By building community through public service, we ensure Coppell remains a family community for a lifetime. 



The Teen Volunteers in Coppell’s purpose is to create service opportunities for teenagers to develop workplace skills while learning about and engaging with their community. Through their service, we create engaged, civic-minded citizens who understand professionalism, the power of personal development, and the importance of accountability.  



Learn more about Teen Volunteers in Coppell impact in 2020 by reading our 2020 Annual Report