Power of One Volunteer Program: Put volunteering at the top of your New Year’s Resolutions list

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Power of One volunteer Rick Hudson works with a student. The program has space for 15-20 more volunteers. Photo courtesy Power of One

Power of One Volunteer Program: 
Put volunteering at the top of your New Year’s Resolutions list

For just one hour a week and the flexibility to take time off, you can make a difference in a young person’s life!

Power of One volunteers work directly with Shoreline Schools PreK – 12th grade students under the guidance of a classroom teacher to provide regular, consistent help during the school day.

Opportunities include: 
  • Tutoring students one-on-one in reading or writing
  • Reading with students in small groups
  • Improving math skills through games and practice
  • Assisting with special art projects
  • Providing support in libraries
  • Supporting Multi Language Learners
  • Helping in the College and Career Counseling Center

Contact Volunteer Program Coordinator Terry Monette at terry.monette@ssd412.org 

Terry will help connect you to the school and classroom that best fits your interests, schedule, and availability.


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