Why Volunteer at Covenant?
One of the many wonders of Covenant is the vibrant Community that develops here. Volunteering invites you not only to be a part of the community, but also to impact it. From our Lunch Service to Athletic programs, from the Concession Stand to Substitute Teachers, from Building Maintenance to Gone Servin’, we would not be able to do what we do without YOU. Volunteers receive the opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people, promote worthwhile causes and give back to the Covenant Community.
Who can Volunteer?
Everyone connected to Covenant who completes the required forms.
What is the Work Study program?
In an effort to enhance our financial aid program, we created the Work Study program. Very similar to work/tuition programs that universities offer, the Work Study program offers a tuition credit in exchange for hours of work completed. Families who participate in this program must meet income criteria and apply for financial aid by the deadlines listed on our Aid & Scholarship page.
Why do we track all Volunteer hours?
The families qualified for the Work Study program have made a commitment to complete 100 Volunteer hours over the course of the year. All other families are asked to report their hours as we use these totals when applying for various grants and programs interested in how much influence Volunteering has in our organization.