Volunteers Montgomery County Public Schools encourages and welcomes school volunteers. The academic achievement and educational experiences of all students are enhanced by a community invested in their learning. We invite parents, families, and community members to engage in volunteer activities in our schools–from kindergarten to high school–and become partners in teaching and learning. Interested in becoming an MCPS Volunteer? Complete the Parent/Guardian and Community Volunteer Form and submit it to school administrators to inform the school of your interest. Highlighting Our Volunteers Meet Jackie Perez from So What Else, a nonprofit organization that provides after-school and summer programs to our community. Jackie volunteered her time and skills at Tilden Middle School's annual Day of Caring. She led a group of students to make birthday boxes for children in foster care. Volunteers Needed for Junior Achievement Finance Park Since 2011, MCPS has partnered with Junior Achievement to provide financial literacy education to students. This year at Thomas Edison Technology High School, every 7th grader will participate in a Junior Achievement Finance program that simulates real world budgeting decisions, spending, and bill paying. We are looking for 20 volunteers per day who can commit to 5 hours per day starting in October. If you are interested in empowering our future leaders, please complete the MCPS online volunteer training. No financial experience required! Learn more.