If you are interested in learning more about PSCS, a great way to get involved is as a volunteer.
Every year, PSCS involves volunteers from the community who bring their unique expertise and energy to the school. Students receive the benefit of the personal experiences of the volunteers, exposure to a diversity of teaching methods and styles, as well as an additional lens through which they learn about and explore the world.
People interested in volunteering are required to bring two things to PSCS: strong interest in the topic they are sharing and a desire to share it. We believe that any person who brings these two things is a natural teacher. If you meet these criteria and have one or two hours available each week, consider volunteering. You'll participate in a mandatory orientation, complete a background check, and get the benefit of being supervised by Andy Smallman, the school's co-founder and director. View the application process.
Thank you for your interest! In order to get started as a PSCS volunteer facilitator, you’ll need to fill out and submit our volunteer application and the following supplemental forms.
Return all forms to:
Puget Sound Community School
660 S. Dearborn St. | Seattle, WA | 98134
Volunteer application, background history, and volunteer driver application: Volunteer Paperwork [PDF]
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