Volunteer Registration for the 2017 Somerville Schools 'Hour of Code'
We need your help volunteering to support the 'Hour of Code' in the Somerville Schools! We're proud to be one of a select few school districts in the United States to have every student participate in this event. That means over 4500 students will experience the thrill of learning computer programming changing their lives forever!

As a volunteer, you'll be working with teachers in our computer labs to help students complete the online Code.org tutorials setup for this event. You'll be volunteering with other parents, community partners, and professionals who share a passion for computer science. Last year, we had volunteers from some of the best technology companies on the planet--Google, Microsoft, Pegasystems, Winter Wyman, Hubspot, and Amazon, to name a few!

The 'Hour of Code' will be held the week of December 4-8, 2017. Please register by completing this form below:

Name *
Please enter your full name
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Email Address *
What is your e-mail address?
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Phone Number *
Please enter a phone number where we can contact you
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What company do you work for?
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Repeat Volunteer *
Did you volunteer last year?
Do you have a child/children that attend Somerville schools? If so, please let us know their teachers and grades if you want us to match you to their classrooms.
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Computer Skills
On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate your computer skills?
School *
At what school(s) do you want to participate?
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Second Language
Do you speak a second language? If so, which one(s)?
Background Check *
Do you have an approved Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) with Somerville Public Schools for this school year (2017-2018)?
Would you be interested in our district-wide volunteer database?
This VolunteerMatters database is used to support volunteer opportunities in our schools. You may select a school to serve with or a district-wide opportunity.
Let us know if you have any other comments or questions
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