School Volunteer Program

Who Can Volunteer?

Students  Anyone who is currently a student at an

M-DCPS school  

Parents  Parents, guardians, primary caregivers   

Employees  Administration, teachers, staff of M-DCPS   

Community Members  Businesses, local organizers,

M-DCPS alumni 

How Do I Get Started?

    1.  Visit the portal page and create an account

   2.  Create an account through one of the portals

   3.  Login to your portal and           under Apps/Services/Sites click "Become a School   Volunteer"

   4.  Complete the volunteer registration information

   5.  Receive approval from the M-DCPS School     Volunteer Office and school(s) of choice.

Registration Procedures

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Volunteer FAQs

Volunteer Waiver Request

 

What Can I Do?

Be a Virtual School Volunteer

Virtual Tutor Information -click here 

Assist a student with their academics.  To support you with academic subject areas, if you choose to assist, resources are available through the Florida Department of Education by visiting www.cpalms.org/public/

Be a School Volunteer 

Directly assist the staff at the school of your choice, regional center, or district office

Level 1 Activities

Level 2 Activities

 

Mentor 

Mentor an individual or group of students through one of our partners

The School Volunteer Program matches the resources of members of the community with the needs of our schools to support the District's goal of student achievement.  School Volunteers bring with them many diverse skills and talents that are tailored to the needs of the students and the community.  Each year, more than 25,000 volunteers share their time and talents enriching the lives of students in our schools.  Click here to see our Outstanding School Volunteer Award Honorees.  

For additional information, please contact:

School Volunteer Program

SchoolVolunteerProgram@dadeschools.net

305-995-2995

"Everybody can be great because anybody can serve...You only need a heart full of grace.  A soul generated by love.  And you can be that servant."

- Martin Luther King Jr.