Volunteer in a Pinellas County School
Exciting opportunities for Pinellas County students, parents and teachers are happening every day, thanks to the efforts of families and community members. Volunteers and community partners are making a difference, to help students develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are the hallmark of a quality education. The contributions of volunteers and partners clearly demonstrate to students that their success is important enough for the community to take an active role in their education.The work of volunteers and partners is a strong part of the effort to meet that goal. Tutors work on an individual basis with a student or with small groups of students who need assistance in academic subjects to reinforce basic skills. Mentors work with students, one-on-one, motivating them by being role models and encouraging friends.For volunteer opportunities click on the link to find the name of the school liaison you need to speak with.Using the Firefox browser you can click on the link to activate your volunteer status,edit your personal information and log your volunteer hours.
2017/2018 Year to Date Volunteer Data53,380 Registered Volunteers
1,030,042 Volunteer Hours
1665 Students Who Have Mentors
164 District Business PartnershipsPTA/PTSA and School Advisory Councils (SAC) are composed of community members, families and school staff.
Volunteers – Sign up today to volunteer/mentor in a Pinellas County School! Click on the link to learn more about Pinellas County Schools Mentoring Programs and why mentoring matters.
Registration form steps to follow:
1. Complete the front and back of the registration form.
2. Sign, date and attach a copy of a government issued photo I.D.3. You can scan the completed registration application and I.D. and email it to the District Volunteer Coordinator or print the registration form and I.D., and bring it to a Pinellas County School for processing.Click on the link to view the Pinellas County Schools Volunteer Handbook
Click on link to view the Level II Fingerprinting Procedures.
Volunteer documents can be brought to a school of your choice or mailed to the District Office:
Pinellas County Schools
Office of Strategic PartnershipsAttn: District Volunteer Coordinator
301 4th St. SW, Largo, FL 33770
Tel #: 727-588-5050
or Email the documents to: email@example.comCOLLEGE STUDENTS
College students seeking to earn college credit, please complete the Student Intern Security Check for the School Board of Pinellas County form # 2-2996 with a copy of your government issued identification. Faxed, emailed or scanned copies are not acceptable, only original forms will be accepted, then contact Mary Thomas in PCS Human Resources department at 727-588-6377.