When you volunteer at After-School All-Stars Las Vegas, you can make a difference in the lives of youth and give back to your community. You’ll meet good people that want to contribute to a good cause they care about – helping our youth achieve in school and in life.
Ways You Can Volunteer
A career discussion allows professionals to share their story with students. Students develop ideas about how to achieve their career goals while engaging with role models.
Have our All-Stars come to you! Students receive a behind-the-scenes tour to see the ins and outs of your agency and see what you do first hand.
Field days get all of our students out of the classroom and onto the playground for an hour! Volunteers run stations that consistent of a variety of games to get students moving and developing team-building skills.
CEO Relay Race
Imagine a career day where students visit multiple stations with different professionals. Students have an opportunity to learn about a wide array of careers in just a short amount of time.
From decorating to tear down and everything in between, our events wouldn’t happen without help from volunteers!
We are always looking for workshops that offer our students ways to expand on in-classroom learning. No matter what your skill or hobby we know our students would learn from your experience and interest.
How to Volunteer
Contact Christine Bouchard at email@example.com or (702) 259-1850 to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities.
After you submit your group application, Christine will contact you to schedule a volunteer date, time, and location.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are your volunteer hours?
Program-related volunteer opportunities are available on most school days between September and April. Hours vary based on location but typically range from 2:30 to 6:00 p.m.
How old must I Be to volunteer?
Our minimum volunteer age is 16. Volunteers who are 16 to 17 years old will need to be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 and have a signed minor release form.
Will I have to complete a background check prior to volunteering?
No. The State of Nevada does not require adults who volunteer in public schools to be background checked and fingerprinted unless they are left unsupervised with students. As our volunteers are always supervised when working with students, we do not require our volunteers to go through the fingerprinting process. You can learn more about the law here.
What do volunteers wear?
Our volunteer dress code is as follows: closed-toed shoes, long pants or shorts at least mid-length to the knee, no tank tops or mid-drift tops, no clothing with obscene or controversial messaging, and maintaining a clean and professional appearance.
What events need volunteers?
Can I do my court-ordered community service at after-school all-stars las vegas?
Due to the nature of our program, we do not allow court-ordered community service volunteers.