- act as a classroom helper
- mentor or tutor pupils
- volunteer in the school computer lab
- help organize, cater, or work at fundraising activities
- act as a lunchroom or playground monitor
- help to plan and chaperone in-school events (dances, proms, )
- organize or assist with a specific club or interest group (if you have an interest in an activity that isn’t currently available to pupils, offer to help get a group started )
- help the school administrators prepare grant proposals, letter-writing campaigns, or press releases, or help with other administrative needs
- Help with story time or reading assistance to the pupils
- help out with visual arts, crafts, and design courses and projects
- spend some time with a specific club or interest group (ask the teacher who sponsors the group)
- volunteer to speak in the classroom, if you have a field of expertise that you’d like to share
- supervise or judge experiments at a science fair
How To Apply
Volunteers on the teaching program assist with the teaching of different subjects ( Mathematics, Science, Geography, Social Studies, History, Business Education, English, Arts and Music ) as per the curriculum. Volunteer teachers are not required to have teaching experience.
Our volunteers work with students who come from very difficult economic circumstances or are orphans.