Hope Academy thrives on volunteers! Community volunteers engage in meaningful assignments that meet a demonstrated need to support the learning and achievement of all students at Hope Academy. For more information, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Due to our COVID-19 policies, we are unable to have volunteers on campus at this time.** You can contact Allie Marks at email@example.com to connect on future volunteering, be subscribed to our Volunteer email list, or for opportunities to learn more about Hope Academy.
Lower School opportunities
Before School Tutor
Work one-on-one with a lower school student to provide extra help in reading or math.
Specific Days: Monday - Friday, 8:45 - 9:45 a.m. (Weekly) Time Commitment: Quarter
Join our Mathletics team and help 2nd
grade students sharpen their math skills through fun games and strategies.
Specific Days: Tuesday, 8:45-9:45 a.m. Time Commitment: Semester
Jumpstart Reading Buddy
Instill a love for reading in 1st
grade students by becoming a reading buddy.
Specific Days: Tuesday, 10:00-10:30 a.m. Time Commitment: Semester
Lower School Classroom Assistant
Help a teacher in a K-5 classroom with filing, grading, teaching small groups, or working one on one with students.
Specific Days: Monday-Friday (2 or more hours weekly - time varies) Time Commitment: Quarter
Work with K-12th grade students to teach them about team work, critical thinking, and a small amount of programming through our Robotics programming! No experience required.
Specific Days: Monday-Friday, 7:45-9:45 AM (one or two days / week)
Work with K-12th grade Hope Academy is developing a future work initiative and is looking for volunteers with experience in programming, construction, skilled trades, robotics, manufacturing technology, and resource coordination for this effort. If this peaks your interest, please contact Allie Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope Academy has partnered with local mentoring organization Kinship
Greater Twin Citiesto provide one-on-one mentoring for our 3rd-5th grade students.
Contact Allie Marks for more information on how to get involved.
Specific Days: 3-4x per month (outside of school hours) Time Commitment: Year
Upper School opportunities
Upper School Academic Support Tutor
Work one-on-one with 6th-12th
grade students who are struggling with subjects including writing, math, and
Specific Days: Monday-Friday, 7:45-9:45 AM
(one or two days / week)
Time Commitment: Quarter
If you remember your high school
algebra and geometry OR the English grammar rules OR you have good reading
skills then we could use your help! Be trained in ACT Tutoring and help our
High School students improve their ACT scores. About 1-2 hours of training is
Specific Days: Thursday, 8:45-9:45 AM, Minimum
1-2 times per month
Time Commitment: Semester
One-Time Volunteer Opportunities
Click here to sign up to be notified when we have one-time needs.