• Price Waterhouse Volunteers


    Volunteers have a positive impact on

    children, schools and our city...

    Last year, hundreds of volunteers helped to improve school buildings inside and out, chaperoned field trips, mentored, tutored and motivated our scholars to believe in themselves and achieve academically. Your time and support can change lives.

    To become a CMSD volunteer:

    Contact your school principal for available opportunities.

      • Complete the Online Registration 
      • Complete the hard copy volunteer registration packet in English or Spanish if you do not have an email address.
      • If volunteer is a minor they must complete the minor registration packet. Please note if minor is volunteering individually for service hours and during school day time hours they must have signature of their school Principal or school staff representative.
      • If you are the main contact of a group wanting to volunteer at a school, download the Group Volunteer Registration and a Volunteer Release form (adult) for each member. If volunteers are under 18 years of age they must fill out the

    Minor Volunteer Release form.

    • If you are a member of a group you can register on-line here.  

     Additional Information:

    • If you have registered as an individual volunteer, please attend a Volunteer Orientation at your school and let school staff know when you are ready to take your volunteer picture for your ID. You will not need to register again next year unless you have changed or added a new school site.
    • Volunteers belonging to a "group" must be identified as a group member. If a group does not provide a visible ID, the members need to request an ID badge at the school or contact the Volunteer Manager for assistance. Volunteers serving with a community partner are required to register every school year.

    Volunteers make a difference by:

    • strengthening school programs
    • helping to establish parent groups
    • sponsoring special events
    • serving on a school advisory committee

    The Board of Education is committed to promoting community and family engagement to enhance our scholars’ education in a variety of in-school and extracurricular activities.

    Volunteer Contact:

    Judith Lozada, Volunteer Manager
    Office of Family and Community Engagement

    Start making a difference in our schools today!


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