2018-19 Career Center Volunteering
Serving as a regular volunteer in the Career Center provides an excellent opportunity to discover the college application process as well as excellent opportunities available to students. Hopefully, parent volunteers will know everything they need to know by the time their students are Seniors.

That knowledge comes with a real commitment. We ask our Career Center Parent Volunteers to commit to
* an orientation Tuesday, 28 August (9 am, 1:30 pm, OR 7 pm)
* a 2 - 2.5 hour shift once a week throughout the '18 - '19 school year, and
* help with at least two of three special events for which we need virtually
all hands on board. Opportunities are listed later in this form.

If interested in volunteering, please complete the following form as soon as possible and no later than Monday, 4 June.

If more people volunteer than space is available, names will be "drawn out of a hat" to fairly and randomly choose from those volunteering.

Email address *
My Name Is *
First and last, please
Your answer
Please list the email which you regularly read. *
We often communicate via email
Your answer
Please list phone numbers at which you can be reached *
Please include home and cell numbers
Your answer
I would like to volunteer in the WTW Career Center for the 2018 - 2019 school year. *
Select one. If YES, proceed to the next information request
Select days & times you are willing to consistently volunteer. Weekly volunteering helps everyone, gives you a better understanding, and more confidence in the Career Center *
Please check ALL that apply. The more you select, the greater the chance you will be able to volunteer.
I would be willing to help on two of the following 3 days *
(You are welcome to help on ALL days. These are extra days needing LOTS of help.)
Please list your student name(s) and year(s) of graduation. If your student has a different last name than you, please include the last name too. Also cite your relationship to the student. *
example: mother, John Doe ('21), Jane Doe ('25)
Your answer
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