At MTA, our community extends beyond students, teachers and administrators. It includes parents and grandparents. We strive to build our community from within and are looking to tap into your talents and skills. Please volunteer your time, energy and expertise to help on a variety of programs and activities. We encourage you to find the area where you can contribute to our MTA community.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Adeena Mayerfeld (
) & Miriam Warburg (
Parent Council Co-Chairs
Elissa Schertz -
Director of Institutional Advancement
Best number to reach you at
Hobbies and Skills
Please list any hobbies, skills and/or areas of expertise you may have and might share.
Please check any of the items below to express interest in volunteering with a specific event or program. Checking off an option is not a commitment to participate.
Sales & Marketing
Special Events (Commencement, Chagigas, Annual Siyum, etc.)
Parent Socials / Meet & Greets
Community Specific Programming (Shabbatons, Onegs, Lectures, etc.)
Other Fundraising Events
Would you help with clerical work such as stuffing, packing, labeling, etc?
Would you be willing to make phone calls on behalf of the school?
Would you be interested in getting involved with Day School Advocacy?
Volunteers are needed to participate in advocacy on behalf of the school. Parent/Grandparent volunteers will engage with legislators and ensure our community's relationship with our representatives continues to grow. The "Orthodox Union Advocacy Center-Teach NYS" advocates for our schools in Albany and in City Hall, and helped secure unprecedented funds for New York State non-public schools this year. OU-Teach NYS will guide parents in advocating for day schools and yeshivas.
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