How is it possible for one small staff to serve thousands students with meaningful advice and scholarships? It’s not. We depend on a well-organized army of volunteers who work alongside our staff every day to make college possible. Simply put, our volunteers make it all possible.
Our volunteers assist College Advisors in the Future Centers to help students craft essays for applications, practice college interviews and navigate the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Volunteers also come into our office to make reminder calls to students, contact donors, conduct community outreach and help with projects. The majority of our volunteer needs are for weekday, daytime availability, though we do have occasional evening or weekend opportunities. Please join us!
Begin volunteering with Denver Scholarship Foundation by submitting the Volunteer Application below.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Volunteers help staff at our main office with a variety of tasks, including greeting visitors, data entry, preparing mailings, filing, and other projects that match your specific skillset.
Event Volunteers help with preparation and execution of a variety of special events hosted by DSF, from fundraising events to graduation celebrations.
Future Center Volunteers commit to at least 2 hours per week and are assigned to a specific school. Duties include helping students with the college-going process, maintaining the Future Center resources, supporting events and FAFSA workshops, and various other tasks.
DSF’s Junior Board provides up-and-coming leaders and young professionals with an opportunity to make our mission possible while engaging with community experts, providing volunteer and networking opportunities and promoting professional, personal and civil growth.
The Alumni Advisory Committee (AAC) actively promotes and enhances the mission, values, and vision of DSF. The AAC is made up of DSF Alumni who are engaged in growing and strengthening our larger alumni population.
Track your giving. Complete the volunteer time sheet to keep track of your hours.
We appreciate your interest in volunteering at Denver Scholarship Foundation. Before completing the application below, please ask yourself the following questions:
- Can you volunteer on a regularly scheduled basis, ideally at least 2 hours per week?
- Can you attend a volunteer orientation and training?
- Can you successfully complete a background check?
- Are you 18 years of age or older?
Submitted applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received and can take time to process. For questions or more information, please contact email@example.com.