Volunteer Information

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      Thank you to all of our volunteers at Edina Community Education for everything do for our staff, students and community!


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      Make a Difference!


      You can make a difference in someone's life just by helping them one or two hours a week.


      Whatever your interests and talents,
      there is vital work for you to do in our schools.


      Click for a Volunteer Application.

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    • Current Volunteer Opportunities

      Share your time and talents with our students and staff! We always have a wide variety of opportunites and there's a spot waiting for you.
      A sampling of our current options:
      • Academic and Mentorship Support.  Make a special connect with our students!  One on one and/or small group positions available with many location, date and time options to choose from. 
      • Media Center Support.  Help students find books, support them through the checking in/out process and assist the Media Center staff with keeping the space organized and ready for our learners!
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    •  dulce

      Why I Volunteer


      "It is important for kids to have a positive presence of adults in their lives outside of their own parents."


      Volunteer and strengthen our community.


      Learn more here.


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    Get Started

    • Volunteer Application

      Volunteer Application

      Volunteers must be entering 9th grade or older.  Please download and complete a volunteer application to start the process of becoming a volunteer in Edina Public Schools.

    Volunteer Handbook

    • Volunteer Handbook

      Volunteer Handbook

      Learn more about the process of becoming a volunteer, the types of opportunities available and how to be successful in your volunteer position.

    Volunteer Spotlight

    •  Avant Energy Volunteers

      Wind Power!

      Volunteers Lauren Blank and Rachel Breaux from Avant Energy shared their energy education presentation with Cornelia Elementary 2nd grade students. Building on curriculum kids are studying in class, our speakers highlighted wind power and how wind farms use turbines to collect renewable energy and help power our communities.