Because one person can make a difference.
Volunteers are the heartbeat of a quality early childhood program. You get the chance to actively engage in many of the activities that make a real difference in children’s lives. Volunteering provides the opportunity for you to contribute towards the building on an inclusive community and the well-being of our society.
Each family at Partners In Learning will be asked to volunteer. Parent involvement is the key to a child’s school success. Hours will be prorated depending on your enrollment date. The types of work a volunteer can perform are many and varied. Hours will be awarded for participating in our monthly parent meetings, parenting classes, support group meetings, conferences, attending therapy sessions, assisting in the classrooms, repairing/fix-it-jobs, serving on committees, etc.
Community members, high school students, and college students are encouraged to volunteer as well. There are also many opportunities for civic and church groups to get involved. A person can volunteer as young as 13!
Check back monthly for additional volunteer opportunities. Please let us know if you have any special talents or skills. These can be matched with your work preference to obtain a role that satisfies you and best fulfills the mission of Partners In Learning.
As a non-profit, we rely on parent support and the strength of our families and the community. Join more than 50 other volunteers – people who are giving their time, talent, and energy – to help make a quality early childhood program for your child. Be a Partners In Service Volunteer! Helping others feels good and helps you feel good about yourself.
We are always looking for volunteers to help in the classroom or with other various tasks. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Program Director at Catawba. Please include your full name, any special skills, and what you are interested in doing. Heather will pair you with the perfect volunteer opportunity.