Industry Partner Volunteer Registration Form
You can become integral in shaping the future of high school students! The Academy of Business at Clairemont High School offers a wide variety of options for community and industry volunteers to contribute to our program and thus make a difference in students' lives. Please visit our website at
for more information about the Academy program. Completing this form will put you in contact with someone who can provide more information on any of the volunteer options you check below. You an also feel free to contact the Academy Foundation Chair of Recruitment with your questions at
Please provide us with your contact info so we know how to best provide you with more information.
First & Last
Company / Organization
Your current place of work
Please provide us with the e-mail address you check most frequently.
Please provide us with an alternate e-mail address.
Please provide us with the phone number you use most frequently for business.
Please provide us with the street address of your place of work. Ex: 1234 Company Dr. Suite #1
City, State, Zip
Please provide us with the city, state and zip code of your place of work. Ex: San Diego, CA 92000
How Did You Find Us?
Please select from the options below to tell us how you heard about the Academy of Business and/or Academy Foundation. Check as many as apply. Feel free to also provide a specific contact by checking the "Other" box and typing in a name.
Academy Mentor/ Volunteer
Newsletter or E-Mail Chain
Clairemont Community News
Academy of Business Website
AOBT Foundation Website
One-on-One Volunteer Opportunities
The Academy offers several volunteer methods that work directly with Academy students. Check on any options listed below that you may be interested in.
The Academy pairs 11th and 10th grade students with a business mentor who can guide their personal and career decisions for the future. Mentors meet one-on-one or in small groups with students monthly and are provided with structured agendas. If you can make a one-year commitment and would like more info about being a Mentor, please check one or more boxes below.
One-on-One Mentor (11th Gr.)
Small Group Mentor (10th Gr.)
All Academy 12th grade students are placed into 10-week field internships as part of our program. If you or someone at your work site would like more info about hosting a 12th grade student intern, please check the box below.
Supervisor to Intern (12th Gr.)
Classroom / Project Volunteer Opportunities
The Academy offers several volunteer methods that work directly with Academy students in the classroom or on a project. Check on any options listed below that you may be interested in.
PROJECTS & SIMULATIONS
Academy students often do hands on projects that utilize community volunteers as teachers, consultants, and/or fictitious clients. If you would like more info about coming into the classroom to participate in such a project, please check one or more boxes below.
Project Advisor / Consultant
Curricular Instructor/ Facilitator
The Academy invites volunteers into the classroom each year to give all program students practice job interviews. 10th graders do short group interviews, 11th graders do 20-minute one-on-ones, and 12th graders prepare for internships with video-recorded interviews. If you would like to get more info about being a mock job interviewer, please check one or more of the boxes below.
One-on-One Interviewer (11th or 12th Gr.)
Small Group Interviewer (10th Gr.)
The Academy invites guest speakers into the classroom on a regular basis to speak on topics ranging from motivation & success, to business & leadership, to expectations & skills needed in the workplace. We also encourage speakers to suggest new topics. If you would like more info about speaking to Academy students, please check one or more of the boxes below.
Speaker on Success Skills (10th Gr.)
Speaker on Business Leadership (11th Gr.)
Speaker on Workplace Expectations & Skills (12th Gr.)
The Academy invites community partners in to assess student project presentations and exhibitions on a regular basis (Also, all Clairemont High students are required to do a culminating Senior Exhibition in May to graduate.) If you would like more info on being a panelist, please check this box.
Senior Exhibition Panelist
The Academy loves to extend student learning by taking fieldtrips to industry-related destinations for tours or job shadows, or visiting other educational sites. If you would like more info on how to schedule or sponsor a fieldtrip for Academy students, please check one or more boxes below.
Fieldtrip Host (at my worksite)
Job Shadow Host (at my worksite)
Fieldtrip Organizer (plan trip to another site)
The Academy of Business is supported by the AOBT Foundation, a non-profit foundation that raises funds, recruits volunteers, and expands partnerships. The Foundation was formed by long-time Academy program volunteers. See below for ways to get involved with the Foundation.
FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Academy Foundation Board of Directors meets monthly. Voting officers must have prior volunteer experience with the Academy. To learn more about the Board of Directors, how to become a chairperson, or how to sit in on a meeting, please check the box below.
Board of Directors Chair
The Academy Foundation also has an Advisory. Volunteers (who are not voting officers) attend board meetings to give input or lead special projects. If you are interested in attending regular meetings, taking on a special project, or heading a committee with the Academy Foundation, and would like more info, please check the box below.
The Foundation appreciates those who offer to help plan and implement fundraisers which provide resources towards scholarships, student activities, and program growth. If you would like more info about how to plan a fundraiser or assist with an ongoing fundraiser, please check one or more boxes below.
Fundraiser Organizer (plan new)
Fundraiser Volunteer (assist with existing)
The Academy is always appreciative of donations and funds to support its students. If you would like to learn more about how to make a donation, please click on one or more of the options below.
The Academy emphasizes college to all its students, and many come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. If you or your organization would like more info on sponsoring or offering a scholarship for Academy students, please check the box below.
The Academy Foundation accepts all charitable donations in the form of funds, supplies (students are often in need of school supplies and professional clothing), sponsorships, and/or grant-writing. All donations are tax-deductible. If you or your organization would like more info about donating to the Academy Foundation, please check one or more boxes below.
Private Donor - Funds
Private Donor - Supplies
OTHER VOLUNTEER METHODS
Is there another way you would like to get involved with the Academy of Business? If so, please check the "Alternative" option below and then use the "Other" box to write in a brief (15 words or less) description. We will be sure to follow up with you!
Thank you for taking the time to complete this form. We are excited that you want to get involved! Please hit the submit button below. (You can edit your responses at any time after you submit.) You will receive an automatic confirmation, and then you will be contacted shortly via e-mail with more information about the volunteer methods you indicated interest in above. In the meantime, feel free to contact the Academy Foundation Chair of Recruitment with your questions at
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