Invest Your Time
Our supporters come in all shapes and sizes, from partnerships with large corporations to volunteers from local parishes and alumni organizations. Our schools and students have many needs, and your support makes a world of difference. Here are some of the many ways you can invest in a child.
Senior Director, Philanthropy, Partnerships, and Engagement
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Invest in Our Students
Work directly with students by mentoring a group of students once a month during the school day.
Have a direct impact on the success of a student by becoming a tutor. Assist a student at least once a week in a specific subject area. For more information contact Amy Drozda.
✶ Test Prep
Help prepare students for the High School Placement Test by tutoring them on scheduled Saturday Mornings during our spring and fall Test Prep sessions. Help them with test taking strategies, and guide them through sections of the test such as reading, writing, and mathematics. Curriculum is provided. Contact Kevin Pitts for more information.
Coach students in a variety of sports or clubs from volleyball and track to robotics and the First Lego League Club. This is a weekly commitment. Sports teams meet on Saturdays for games. Contact Amy Drozda for more information.
✶ Stock Market Program
Guide students through the world of finance and the stock market. Volunteers who know the stock market visit and eighth grade classroom monthly from October to May. Be part of team of two to four volunteer teachers and help students choose stocks for their portfolios and compete against other eighth grade classes. Contact Amy Drozda for more information
✶ School Boards
Serve on the board of a Big Shoulders Fund school. Individuals serving on boards act on an advisory basis to support the school’s leadership. They help the school improve its long-term viability through budget planning, marketing, fundraising and more, depending on the school’s needs and the board members’ expertise. Contact Amy Drozda for more information.