Chavez Schools are dedicated to empowering our Scholars to use Public Policy to create a more just, free, and equal world. We engage Scholars in Advocacy Projects in each grade level (6th-12th) and offer Public Policy courses during their high school experience.
Volunteer involvement from expert public policy makers, thinkers, and leaders, as well as professionals working in public policy and service careers, greatly enriches the learning experiences of our Scholars.
If you are interested in serving as a Chavez volunteer please complete the online form, which can be found here. Specific volunteer needs are detailed below.
If you have any questions about volunteering at Chavez Schools, please contact our Director of Public Policy, Stephanie Remick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please review our Calendar and Monthly Volunteer newsletter (to the right) to learn about specific volunteer needs throughout the school year!
We invite experts on various concepts and topics to serve as Guest Speakers in our classes throughout the year. Individual guest speaking opportunities will be coordinated between the teacher and the volunteer.
Panelists/Judges for Student Work
Our Scholars frequently produce work that needs to be reviewed by group of community panelists/judges. Panelists/judges listen to Scholar presentations, ask follow-up questions, and provide feedback so Scholars know how to improve their work in the future.