Big Brothers Big Sisters
This program is designed to match kids (Littles) up with an additional positive role model and friend (Bigs).
Boy Scouts of America
Faribault's chapters of the Boy Scouts which promote activities and skills in young boys: Troops 304, 306, 309, and 310.
YouthBank is an innovative youth philanthropy program which was started in Northern Ireland 20+ years ago. Faribault is starting its third year! A team of trained youth grant-makers will be awarding funds to youth-led projects that will improve the quality of life for youth in Faribault.
Falcons for Change
In this club, students provide service for those who need it in the school, community, and the world. Locations include local churches, nursing homes, animal shelters, the FMS Book Sale, and the Jefferson Elementary Walk-a -Thon.
Faribault Police Explorers
This program is designed to get students more interested in law enforcement and more involvement in the community.
Faribault Youth On Boards
Youth on Boards places high school students on city, community, and non-profit Boards and Commissions in an effort to increase youth voice at decision-making tables.
Gay Straight Alliance
GSA club is a student-run club that brings together LGBTQI+ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform to fight for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice.
Girls Scouts of River Valleys
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Troop meetings vary. Girls perform community service, engage in fun activities, learn new skills and meet new friends. Not to mention the vests and badges! Families need to register their young ones online in order to be placed with a troop in the Faribault area.
Minnesota Honor Society
The Minnesota Honor Society is a program established to recognize outstanding high school students who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, service and character. Members of the Faribault chapter lead and participate in a variety of service projects that benefit their school and community.
STOPS (Students Together Offering Peer Support)
STOPS is a volunteer student organization that engages high school aged youth in service work at sites like Ruth's House, St. Vincent de Paul, St. Croix Hospice and Infants Remembered in Silence. This program promotes civic engagement, leadership and volunteerism among students.