Prospective Members

We look forward to accepting applications for rising 8th graders for the 2019-2020 service year in the early Spring, 2019. Membership in Grades 9 through 12 are at capacity.

Prospective Membership Information Meeting was held on Monday, 4/8/19, 6:30pm, San Clemente Presbyterian Church, Fireside Room.

New Members

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Assisteens are required to wear our official Polos at all community service events!  Click here to order on PayPal.

Assisteen Hoodies are a great addition when the weather gets cooler and may be worn at community service events!  Click here to order on PayPal.

The first round of orders of Assisteen Member Polo and Sweatdhirt Hoodies will be sent in the 2nd week of May and orders received after this point cannot not be guaranteed by our first meeting as they will be dependent on inventory and may be backordered.

Name tags will be issued to new members at our general meeting.

Current Assisteen Members & moms

All Active Teen and Mom Members have tickets through their membership dues to the Rose Mediallion Ball 2019 on Sunday, 5/26/19. Arrive in time to valet park, check-in, enjoy hors d'oeuvres & drinks during our 5pm cocktail hour, ballroom opens & presentation begins at 6pm

Seniors & Moms


WELCOME BACK MEMBERSHIP CELEBRATION  (formerly called Installation Banquet)


(formerly called Installation Banquet)



ASSISTEENS OF CAPISTRANO VALLEY is an organization consisting of teens in grades 8 through 12 dedicated to community service.

Monthly meetings are conducted during the school year by members (with supervision from their moms) to plan ways to serve those in need.  Members implement their plans at philanthropic projects and fundraising activities that take place throughout the school year outside of regular monthly meetings.

A secondary purpose of the program is to give members learning opportunities for self-improvement. Specifically, speakers who are experts in their field are invited to present topics such as self-defense, skincare, and college planning at the monthly meetings.

Through their consistent participation in this 4 to 5 year program, Assisteens have opportunities for character building experiences fostering key life skills including:

  • Accountability

  • Collaboration

  • Commitment


  • Generosity

  • Integrity

  • Leadership

  • Mentorship

  • Organization

  • Poise

  • Public Speaking Skills

  • Time Management

Finally, Assisteens provides an environment to build life skills, friendships, and memories  that will last a lifetime.

Caring and Commitment into Action