Become a Community Volunteer
We encourage all of our alumni to become engaged in their community. One way to do so is by volunteering with a nonprofit organization. Below are current volunteer opportunities in Hamilton County.
If you are a nonprofit organization and you would like to post an open board, committee or volunteer opportunity, please send an email to John and include the following information: organization name, volunteer position title, volunteer position description, contact name/phone/email and organization website address.
The International Talent Academy of Carmel is looking for enthusiastic Board members who believe in early brain development, have passion for education and performing arts, and willing to help promote higher level of learning, lifelong skills, and leadership development within children in our community.
Tatyana Komarova, Executive Director
International Talent Academy, Carmel, IN
Ph. (317) 815-9381
Do you want to make a significant and meaningful difference in someone's life while adding so much more to yours? Become a Brooke's Place volunteer! Brooke's Place provides support groups, therapy services, and community education to empower children, teens, young adults and their families to thrive in the midst of grief. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities at Brooke's Place from being a grief group facilitator to working behind the scenes to help support groups run. Check out all of the options and fill out an application at https://www.brookesplace.org/index.php/donate-to-brooke-s-place/grief-support-volunteers
For more information, contact Jill Pierce, email@example.com.
The mission of the Carmel Education Foundation is to support Carmel Clay students in
academic achievement and lifelong learning.
Since 1965, CEF has been supporting the Carmel Clay Schools. CEF is currently recruiting highly motivated, dynamic individuals to join our Board. CEF strives for a balanced board representation that reflects our community’s diversity. CEF is seeking Board Candidates that have a passion for public education, commitment to community service, and a willingness to utilize personal and professional networks to extend the mission of the foundation.
Contact: Barbara Danquist and Stephanie McDonald
317-844-9961 Ext. 2680