Opportunities for Frequent Volunteers
Classroom Volunteer: Classroom volunteers are a support to the teacher and may provide a variety of supports including assisting in reading, writing and math activities, working one on one with students in the classroom and more.
Specials Volunteer: Specials teachers include gym, art, music and library. Specials volunteers are a support to the specials teacher and may provide a variety of supports including assisting in activities, working one on one with students in the classroom, and more.
EL Classroom Volunteer: Assist EL teachers with their academic work during class time under the direct supervision of a teacher.
Bilingual Classroom Volunteer: Assist English Language Learners with their academic work during class time under the direct supervision of a teacher.
Tutor Volunteer: Assist students with academic assignments during the school day or after-school with the guidance and support of AAPS staff.
Youth Coach Volunteer: Coach a Youth Sports team for Ann Arbor Rec and Ed. Sports include Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Flag Football, Baseball, Softball, T Ball and more! Click here to fill out the volunteer form.
Opportunities for Occasional Volunteers
On-Call Bilingual Volunteer: Assists on an as-needed basis with families and individual students to help during registration, during special events, etc. Must be fluent in another language other than English.
On-Call Expert Volunteer: Can volunteer to offer expertise to a High School classroom on an as-needed basis, either in the classroom or virtually.
One-Time Volunteer Opportunties
Career Speaker: Speak to students in the classroom or during a career day event, either as part of a panel of speakers or on your own.
School Event Volunteer: Volunteer to assist in a one-time school event such as a Disability Awareness Day, school beautification day, and more. You will receive more information about each opportunity as they come.
Event Judge: Help judge student competitions and events such as the Huron Design Expo, AAPS Invention Convention, DECA Business Competition, Culinary Arts Competitions and more.
Hour of Code at AAPS Volunteer: Volunteer during the Hour of Code at AAPS (December 9-13, 2019), a weeklong event where we ask volunteers from the Tech community (called Tech-a-teers) to assist students in the classroom as they engage in an hour of code activity.
Support our Schools Donation Drive: Conduct a donation drive anytime throughout the year to provide items to students and teachers that need them the most. Download the wishlist and hint and tips sheet.Help Rebuild the Eberwhite Elementary PlaygroundVolunteers are needed to take a hands-on role in the rebuild of the Eberwhite Elementary Playground, happening from October 15-20, 2019.
Whether you have experience with building or are just a willing hand...whether you can serve all week or can only fill a few time slots, we have a role for you. This is a great opportunity for groups, too!
Choose your role and time slots here: Eberwhite Playground Rebuild- Volunteer Sign UpHost an International StudentGo global and host an international student! Ann Arbor Public Schools is looking for warm, supportive and friendly host families to welcome international high school students to Ann Arbor for the school year 2019-2020. Families can host for as little as one trimester or as long as an academic year. Students come from all corners of the globe....Sweden, Japan, Netherlands, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, China, Thailand and more!If you are interested in hosting a student or just want to learn more, please contact Jennifer Nemecek at 734 548 5884 or email email@example.com
Volunteer Washtenaw offers a variety of opportunities for volunteers. We post many of our opportunities on that site as well. Search it and see what you find!
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