Volunteer & Internships
Due to the safety and security of the children we work with, Page 15 requires all volunteers and interns to complete a criminal background check. Page 15 processes and pays for every background check through First Advantage. Once your background check is cleared, your social security number is destroyed.
Do I have to be a great writer to volunteer?
Absolutely not! At Page 15 Parramore, we help our students with homework in a variety of subjects. We are always in need of good math, science, and foreign language tutors. As long as you have a passion for education and helping children succeed, Page 15 has a place for you.
How old do I have to be to volunteer?
For afterschool programs, we require volunteers to be at least 18 years old. For summer programs, we accept volunteers in grades 9 – 12th.
What’s the time commitment?
For afterschool programs, we request that you stay the full 3 hours of the program (2-5pm or 3-6pm), but can be flexible. For summer programs, we ask volunteers to sign up and complete at least one full week of camps; Monday – Friday from 8:30am – 1:00pm). For all other positions, we schedule volunteers as needed or as available.
Are internships paid?
Not at this time. Though unpaid, our internships are a chance to work with an ambitious, and award-winning local nonprofit. If school credit is required, we’ll gladly work with you to help satisfy academic requirements.
VOLUNTEERING at PAGE 15. If you love working with kids; want to make a difference; are friendly or easygoing or energetic; creative-minded or more of math person; then you are in the right place! Page 15 volunteers contribute in a variety of ways. Many generously give of their time to work directly with our kids, while others provide their expertise and experience to support the organization.
How to sign up to be a volunteer: Download the volunteer registration form, email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we receive your registration form, we will complete a background check. After background check is cleared, you will be contacted directly from our Volunteer Coordinator to schedule your first volunteer session and training. Check your email for news about upcoming programs and events that need volunteers.
INTERNING at PAGE 15. Our interns don’t make coffee runs. Interning at Page 15 is a great way to learn the ins and outs of the nonprofit world as well as get valuable hands-on classroom experience. We give our interns tons of responsibility and are known for our love of language, our belief in the power of young people, and our dedication to building a better community.
How to sign to be an intern: Download the internship opportunity overview (in column on the right) and email the requested information to email@example.com. Once we receive your application, we will contact you about coming in for an interview.
Volunteer Opportunities Available:
After-school Young Writers Society Writing Coaches
(Mon. Tues. & Thurs from 3-5pm. Wednesdays from 2-4pm)
Graphic Design volunteers