What’s it like to volunteer at Rock to the Future? Volunteer Scott wrote a guest blog post about his experience with us.
Do you have music experience?
If you play music (it doesn’t have to be professionally!) you can sign up to be paired with a student for our “Work with a Pro Musician” class. Over the course of 5 weeks, you’ll work with a student to craft an original piece of music. Learn more and apply now. A Rock to the Future representative will be in touch for next steps. If you have questions, please contact Josh@RocktotheFuture.org.
Academic, Music, and Mentoring Support
Rock to the Future programs are currently all operating online. We are looking for virtual volunteers to work with our students one-on-one during the school year for academic, music, and mentoring support. We prefer volunteers who can commit to a regular schedule, with a time commitment anywhere from once a month to several days a week. All volunteers who work with students must complete PA background and child abuse checks, which are free and may be completed online. You do not need complete background checks to attend a volunteer orientation to find out more information about volunteering with us.
We are looking for people to help with:
Academic help like math (calculus, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, general math), English, reading, writing, language, social studies / history, science (biology, chemistry, physics, general science), AP test prep, and more
Music help on guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboard, theory, recording, production, business, and more
Mentor help with setting goals, career exposure, getting organized, finding resources and jobs, and more
Register for an upcoming volunteer orientation session above or email Kaami@RocktotheFuture.org if you have an immediate need or cannot attend the upcoming session but want to volunteer.
This committee supports Rock to the Future by providing ideas and support for a variety of events, fundraisers, and promotional opportunities. Committee members volunteer at Rock to the Future’s events and student performances, brainstorm sources of promotion and exposure for Rock to the Future, help us talk to interested new students and families at community events, help us connect with new partners and organizations, and act as our “street team.” This committee meets every month (usually the first Wednesday), either online or at Rock to the Future’s office in Kensington.
Interested in joining the Engagement Committee? Email Alison [at] RocktotheFuture.org for the link to next month’s meeting!