We rely on volunteers to accomplish our mission of connecting children to music and mentoring. Our volunteer opportunities are diverse, and there’s a role for everyone! You can have have a direct impact on the success of a child with just a few hours a week of volunteerism.
Be available to assist students with homework as needed. Homework helpers typically volunteer one afternoon a week.
Meet with a single student once a week for the duration of the school year. Your mission is to provide a listening ear and guidance on any topic the student needs.
Offer students expertise in a specific subject for help with school work. Tutors volunteer in the afternoons as needed for their area of expertise.
Perform alongside our students in rehearsals and concerts, and support their musical development. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings.
Offer a special skill you have as an enrichment activity for students. Commitment varies with your skill and the type of activity.
Supervise the kitchen, welcoming students and distributing food from our partners. If cooking is your passion, our students also love cooking classes!
Teen Dialog Leaders
Assist with career and college preparation, providing expertise and support in college essays, SAT/ACT tests, admissions and financial aid.
Organize the music library, gather music from the library for choristers and return music to the library after performances.
To ensure a good fit and protect the safety of our students, volunteers must complete a three-step process:
- Complete the volunteer application, which includes references and authorization for a criminal background check
- Complete a follow-up interview with the Director of Mentoring and Student Services
- Attend a program orientation and the Episcopal Diocese of Delaware Safe Kids training course. One-on-one mentors must also attend a Creative Mentoring training course.