Volunteer With Us!
Thank you very much for your interest in volunteering with the North Clackamas School District (NCSD)!
With nearly 17,000 students in 33 schools, there are many ways a volunteer can help: assist in the school, mentor a student as a Lunch Buddy, help families shop for food and clothing in the Family Support at Wichita, help with mock interviews, help with school beautification projects and so much more.
All volunteers must complete an online application with a background to create a profile in the system. Once an application is processed, volunteers will be notified via email that their application has been approved. Volunteers can then work with the school or building to determine the volunteer needs.
IMPORTANT: On August 19, 2022, Governor Kate Brown announced that all volunteers must provide proof of vaccination or complete a medical or religious exception to volunteer in any K-12 school. As part of the volunteer application process, you'll be asked to upload your vaccination card or an exemption form.
PLEASE START HERE:
Complete the confidential Volunteer Application with Background Check included.
If you would like to apply for a religious or medical exception, please complete the following request form and email it to email@example.com.
Sign the Volunteer Liability Release Form | English
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Sign the Volunteer Liability Release Form | Vietnamese | Tiếng Việt
You will receive an email confirmation when your application has been processed.
Turn in the liability forms and show proof of vaccinations to your school office or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This completes all the necessary steps for volunteering. Thank you!
To learn more or if you have questions, please contact NCSD’s Volunteer Coordinator:
Family Services Coordinator
Wichita Center for Family & Community
6031 SE King Road
Milwaukie, OR 97222
Employees: Complete the attached employee mentor form, located below, and submit it to Kathy Harrison.
Reporting of Suspected Abuse of a Child
Training (Parents, Volunteers, Community Partners)