Thank you for your interest in volunteering in Baltimore County Public Schools. Our schools depend on volunteers and value their contributions to enhance the programs and services provided for students. Volunteers are important members of Team BCPS and help our professional staff sustain effective learning environments, enrich the education and experiences of students and build critical partnerships to increase achievement for all students. Volunteers are essential to the educational process, as they bring knowledge and skills into our schools and strengthen classroom instruction.All volunteers must complete an application process and participate in an orientation/training session. Volunteers are then placed by schools and offices according to identified needs to perform tasks that support our established goals. Completed volunteer applications may be e-mailed directly to our school volunteer coordinators.
Goals of the BCPS Volunteer Program
Types of Volunteer Activities
The Baltimore County Kindergarten Classroom Volunteer Initiative
The Retired Seniors Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Baltimore County has partnered with Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) to help our youngest learners through their first year in public school. This opportunity is available exclusively for citizens 55 years old and older. (Learn more from a recent blog entry by the RSVP director.) Interested senior citizens can contact RSVP at 410-887-3101 or visit them online at http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/aging/volunteer/rsvp.html.
For additional information about volunteering with Baltimore County Public Schools, please contact Sean Patterson in the Office of Family & Community Engagement at 410-887-4329 or by email at email@example.com.