Volunteer With CIS Federal Way
Description of volunteer opportunities and volunteer sign-up form.
Communities In Schools of Federal Way has many ways you can volunteer your time and champion education for the kids in our community!
Mentors meet with their students for one hour, one day a week during the regular school day. Mentors provide students with the support and encouragement they need to stay in school and succeed. Being a mentor is truly a fun, easy and rewarding way to give back to the community.
Contact Mentor Program Coordinator, Jennifer Youngblood by phone at 253-528-0847 or by email at email@example.com to find out how you can become a mentor.
School Outreach Program
The School Outreach Programs at Mirror Lake Elementary, Sacajawea Middle, and Federal Way High Schools utilize community volunteers to make a big difference. Volunteers help tutor struggling students, lead after school clubs and assist with one-time events. If you have a passion for seeing students succeed or have a special talent to share, we can find a way for you to make a difference.
Join the Fun at Events!
CIS Annual Breakfast!
The CIS Annual Breakfast is held every year in late February. This is our one and only fund raising event and we rely a great deal on the hard work of volunteers to make it happen.
Contact Executive Director Tracy Oster if you are interested in helping out with marketing, set-up, planning, etc. of the Annual Breakfast. It not only helps a great cause, but it is a LOT of fun!
Communities In Schools of Federal Way accepts new applicants for board members in the Spring of each year. The Board is made up of a variety of concerned citizens who donate their time and energy to improve the lives of children in Federal Way. If you are interested in finding out more about what it takes to be a Board member for Communities In Schools of Federal Way, contact Executive Director Tracy Oster today.
Communities In Schools of Federal Way accepts applications to serve on our committees year-round. Current committees with a need for more volunteers include: Mentoring, Resource Program and the Development Committee. As our Board is a "working Board" we are always looking for volunteers to help out. Call or email Executive Director Tracy Oster today for more information.
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If you have any trouble filling out the form above, or would like to talk someone about volunteer opportunities, please give us a call at (253) 528-0847 or email us at