The Osseo Area Schools volunteer program builds community, supports student success and inspires people to excel by encouraging parent, student and community involvement through meaningful volunteer work in our schools.
In the most recent data collected, more than 5,000 volunteers contributed more than 183,000 hours of volunteer service to students in Osseo Area Schools by:
- Reading to students
- Providing classroom assistance
- Chaperoning field trips
- Planning and facilitating school events
- And much, much more!
Facilities and Volunteers Coordinator
Student Volunteers Welcome!
We encourage students in grades 9–12 to become volunteers! Volunteering means helping your school, a neighbor, or getting involved in the community without getting paid or receiving classroom credit. There are many opportunities available for you to put your time, skills and talent to good use. Volunteer hours can also be beneficial when you apply for college and/or scholarships. If you are someone who volunteers regularly and are interested in having those volunteer hours recorded on your report card and transcript, keep reading to learn more about the process.
Contact the volunteer coordinator in your building for more information.
Student Volunteer FAQs
- How can I volunteer?
- As a student (grades 9-12), how do I get volunteer hours recorded on my transcript?
- If I completed an application last year, do I need to complete another one?
- What are the expectations for volunteers?