2016 HOBY NC West Junior Staff Application is Live!

HEY HOBY! Now that you are a HOBY Alum, the Junior Staff Directors invite you back as a Junior Staff member for the 2016 Seminar. Here is the online form that you need to submit, and 100 hours of community service is required, which you can submit via the tab at the top of this page! Email the Junior Staff with questions at [email protected]


HOBY Open House (1/14/2015)

What is HOBY? You should come out to learn more about this OUTSTANDING opportunity to assist youth in your local community through empowerment, service, and fun! May you be interested in facilitating, fundraising, or just planning there is an opportunity for you to help out. Please come out on January 14th at Foothills Taproom located at 3800 Kimwell Drive off S. Stratford from 6:30 PM to 8:30PM. Come out for Networking, Drinks, and Service opportunities!


HOBY NC West 2014 Facilitator Training

We will be holding a mandatory training session for all the OUTSTANDING facilitators for HOBY NC West 2014.
Please contact our Director of Facilitators, Katie Hermansen[email protected] if you are a facilitator and cannot make the session for any reason.

When:  Sat, May 10th from 2pm – 5pm
Where: Winston-Salem State University, Thompson Center Room 306

Click here for more information on being a facilitator.

Facilitator experiences

How has HOBY changed you?  How WILL HOBY change you??

“HOBY – as an ambassador, junior staff, and facilitator – has been an incredible experience for me, and I’m excited and grateful to be involved in the program again. I want to help pass that same life-long enthusiasm on to future ambassadors. And I think I have just as much to learn from the students as they do from me. “


“I hope to be a HOBY Facilitator to help give back to the HOBY program and ensure the ambassadors have a positive and energy-filled experience. HOBY led me to create my own service program at my high school in 2006 and still occurs every year. Pay it forward.”


“l wish to be a HOBY Facilitator to help high school students realize their full potential in being able to do other things for other people and help them make a difference in the world.”