Prosser programs regularly participate in community-based projects that allow students to solve a need or problem within the local community by applying the skills and knowledge learned in the classroom. The community-based project is an effective strategy that teaches students the importance of using their time and talents to serve others. Prosser students regularly experience community-based projects such as:
- Health Careers students organize and host Red Cross Blood Drives.
- Building Trades students construct sheds for Habitat for Humanity homes.
- Culinary students prepare and cater a Martin Luther King dinner for over 300 guests.
- Students assist with a bi-state Boy Scouts Merit Day hosted at Prosser.
- Cosmetology students prepare the nails, hair, and make-up for special needs students attending the high school prom.
- Fire & Rescue students raise money for the American Lung Association by climbing stairs wearing full fire gear.