​​"Be a rainbow in someone else's cloud. "  ~Maya Angelou~

What Are the Benefits?

  • Practical, real-world career experiences and insight

  •  Building of leadership, self-confidence, and problem-solving skills

  •  Cooperative relationship between adults and youth

  •  Community service to others

The Link Project

K-12 Education 

Education Programs:

PAL operates an education program for pre-school and K-5. We are working with Founder's Academy and Sommerset Academy this school year and need assistance from volunteers that would like to work with Linda Allen, our Education Coordinator. If you are interested in helping, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (702) 629-6351.   

What is Animal Welfare Exploring?

Explorers will:

  • Learn about the educational requirements for a career in Animal Welfare and receive tangible advice on steps they can take now to prepare and position for a successful career in the field of Animal Welfare

  • Participate in hands-on projects to give them a real feel for whether this career is the right one for them 

  • Network with professionals who work in these careers daily-who use the latest technology, are aware of emerging  trends and know what it takes to get into college for their specific career

  • Understand the importance of teamwork in a professional setting

  • Develop work experiences to begin building their resume

  • Learn how to manage an Animal Welfare business by operating their post as a corporation with officers, accounting and financial statements, department

          organization and fundraising


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What Does It Cost?

$30 per year covers dues and insurance.
For more information contact PAL Humane Society at 702-629-6351. 

Explorer Club #8947 is a Club Post for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders

Explorer Post #1947 is a Post for 9th grade to 21 years of age

4155 N Rancho Drive, Suite 150
Office (702) 629-6351
FAX (702) 904-4075
Email: info@palhumane.org