Volunteer

Volunteer

The Harbor School needs you!

Help our kids at The Harbor School!

The Harbor School is seeking volunteers to help at our preschool. If you have an hour or more each week, you can help today’s youngsters to feel a sense of purpose and belief in themselves. Please contact Lorie Janish at 281-272-6683 or loriejanish@harborschoolhouston.org to set up a time to talk about this wonderful opportunity!

As a volunteer, you would be assisting The Harbor School’s staff by helping with daily activities which are easy and fun. You can read books to the children. You can lead the group in a song. You can help with an art activity. Most of all, you can be present to give a child much-needed one-on-one attention.

To get started, due to current licensing regulations, you will need to complete an application, an interview, and a Child Care Licensing Criminal History Check. We will then  provide you with the training and materials needed to be successful. The training will be four hours covering Child Abuse, Age-Appropriate Activities, Harbor School Policies, and Supervision. We hope you decide to help us equip our kids with the skills and confidence needed to succeed in school and life!

We are located in the Memorial Drive / West Spring Branch area of Houston, Texas 77079.

The Harbor School, Inc. d/b/a The Harbor School Houston is a Texas nonprofit corporation; it is tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).

NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY – The Harbor School, Inc. d/b/a The Harbor School Houston (“THS”) admits children of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to children in the program. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its policies or programs. Each family must meet THS’s requirements for eligibility. Eligibility is based on family income, qualification for the Texas Workforce Commission childcare subsidy program and the age of the child. THS will make reasonable accommodations to meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).