Volunteer opportunities & Donation needs
Welcome to the Beaverton School District's Volunteer Opportunities and Program Needs page!
This page is a current listing of volunteer or resource needs. To apply or donate, please contact the site-based person for each need. As these needs are filled, they will be removed and others added.
If you have already created a username and password: To sign-up for volunteer opportunities, please visit myvolunteerpage.com (only - if you have not, please apply here)
| Organization/Program|| Volunteer Opportunity|| Contact|
(Advancement Via Individual Determination)
|Volunteer Tutors Needed!|
The new-to-Beaverton AVID Program teaches students the skills and behaviors necessary for academic success in high school, college and beyond.
- AVID tutors work with small groups of middle school students under the supervision of a teacher.
- Tutors are trained to use specific strategies that help develop students' critical thinking, literacy, and math skills.
- Tutoring is held on Tuesdays & Thursdays, and times vary depending on the school and volunteer availability.
- Training and ongoing support provided.
- Community Volunteer Application and Background Check required,
|If you are interested in volunteering, email us at:|
The program consists of volunteers who go into classrooms to give a visual presentation on an artist which is followed by a hands-on art project with the students. Typically, during the year, there are six different lessons presented for elementary and three lessons at the middle school level.
Volunteers are trained for every lesson they teach by a site-based coordinator at each school. The program’s curriculum at present is based on more than 100 artists, including European masters, renowned American artists, and some living, local artists.
NO ART BACKGROUND IS REQUIRED AND ALL MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED.
|If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about the Art Literacy program, please contact:
Jill Bogle, Art Literacy Volunteer Coordinator at Jill_Bogle@beaverton.k12.or.us|
|CEYP ||Volunteers and trained staff provide childcare for the infants and toddlers while students attend classes.||Continuing Education for Young Parents. |
|Clothes Closet Extended Hours of Service||The Clothes Closet is looking for volunteers to help families shop at the program during the extended hours of service between 4:00 & 7:00 p.m. ||For more information on volunteering for Clothes Closet extended hours of service, please contact Johanna Shrout at 503-356-4443.|
|Fork It Over|
The Fork It Over program is in need of volunteers to transport surplus food from Beaverton schools to a local food pantry. Whether you volunteer once a month, or once a week, your help is greatly needed.
The commitment is one hour of your time and the use of your personal vehicle.
|To volunteer, or for questions please email email@example.com|
|SMART||Start Making A Reader Today (SMART) is looking for volunteers to read with students for one hour a week. Volunteers are needed at Barnes, Beaver Acres, Fir Grove, Greenway, Hazeldale, Kinnaman, McKinley, Vose and William Walker Elementary Schools.||For more information please visit their website at www.getsmartoregon.org/ or call them at 971-634-1616. |
|Opportunity YOU SPARC||Become a SPARC!|
SPARCs (Someone Proficient And Really Cool) are community professionals who commit to teaching high-interest, hands-on career-related units to students in the Five Oaks Middle School afterschool program called Opportunity YOU.
There are many curriculum choices available or you can create and use your own.
|For more information, call or email Eric McGuire at 503-341-1703.|
If you are interested, please fill out the Community Volunteer Application and complete the Volunteer Background Check.
|Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!)||Business Mentors Needed!|
Mentors work with YEA! student businesses to assist in the creation of their business plans. For seven weeks, mentors provide guidance and feedback as students think through all aspects of their business creation, write their business plans, and prepare their Investor Panel presentations.
YEA! meets on Tuesdays at Beaverton High School. Mentors commit to seven weeks of 90 min. per week from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., with continued out-of-class support through email and phone.
|To volunteer or for questions, please contact Evelyn Orr at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-350-2004. |
For more information about YEA!, please visit the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce website.
Clothes Closet is looking for donations of large department store shopping bags with handles. These can either be new or recycled from your latest shopping trip.
The Clothes Closet is in desperate need of coats for all sizes, specifically elementary sizes 5 - 12/14. There is also a need for:
- Pants and jeans for elementary sizes 5 - 12/14
- New underwear
- New socks
- Sweatshirts, light weight jackets
- girls/women's long-sleeved tops
- new/gently used shoes
Donations can be made on Wednesdays anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
For more information please contact Volunteer Services at email@example.com or 503-356-4443.
Please check back for additional listing of volunteer or donation needs!