"Developing global citizens through
leadership, academics, and athletics."
Volunteering at the Make Your Mark Foundation
Volunteers are critically important to the success of the Make Your Mark Foundation. They provide direct instructional support to our first through twelfth grade girls and boys, as well as administrative and operational support for the program overall. Below are descriptions of the program's volunteer opportunities. If you wish to be considered for any of these volunteer positions, please contact us for a volunteer application.
Volunteer Leadership Speaker
Volunteers in this role can make a one time or multiple time commitment to share with the group. Our hope is that we can expose our first through twelfth grade girls and boys to as many successful people as possible. We invite you to share experiences from your life that have contributed to your overall success, as well as, feel free to do activities with the children that might simulate life scenarios that will ultimately contribute to their success.
Volunteer Academic Tutor
We're always looking for volunteers who are feel gifted at teaching. Our focus is math and language arts. If you feel gifted in tutoring within either of these subject areas from first through twelfth grade, please contact us and let us know. The hours to serve range from 3 PM to 7 PM Monday through Friday beginning TBA.
Volunteer Basketball Trainer
Have a knack for teaching basketball fundamentals? Contact us and work with our staff to train all age groups from first through twelfth grade in the fundamentals of basketball. The hours to serve range is from 3 PM to 7 PM, Monday through Friday beginning TBA.
Special Events and Projects Volunteer
We utilize volunteers for special events, family orientations, and other program events. These are generally one-time commitments. If you are interested in being informed about upcoming opportunities, then we will add you to our email list. We also utilize volunteers for special projects that would utilize their skills and interests. Some examples of special projects include photography, video editing, and public relations projects. If you have a specific skill that you think may be useful to the program, contact us to see if we can find an appropriate fit.
Volunteer Receptionists provide support in managing the reception desk and ensuring that all community members, supporters, families, and program participants feel welcomed while also providing program support by completing various office tasks. Hours are flexible but usually scheduled in 1 hour blocks. We welcome applicants who wish to complete multiple projects during their volunteer hours. We also welcome student volunteers who would prefer to study or work while managing the desk.