Volunteering at Brownell-Talbot
Brownell-Talbot is a growing and giving community, immeasurably enhanced by the volunteer support it receives from parents, alumni and friends. Parents who volunteer not only support the school, they learn more about the ongoing educational process and also gain a wide spectrum of opportunities to meet fellow parents and other families.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
The Brownell-Talbot Parent Association (BTPA) is open to all parents and helps us build a strong sense of community by encouraging participation, improving communication and creating a spirit of understanding and support. The BTPA needs many parent volunteers to help with their events throughout the school year.
The Booster Club and Youth Sports Program offer invaluable support and funds for Lower, Middle, and Upper School athletics and activities programs.
The Golden Gala volunteers drive the school's largest annual fund-raising event, which subsidizes the school's general operating budget including the Brownell-Talbot scholarship program. This is a fun event with many different volunteer opportunities.
The Shadow Program allows interested Brownell-Talbot students to learn about your profession.
Guest lecture or share your special expertise to a Brownell-Talbot class.
Parent volunteers for the Parent Pride Annual Fund are pivotal to the school's ongoing fundraising efforts, which help bridge the "gap" between tuition revenues and the actual cost to educate each student.
The Magazine Drive supports the school's general operating budget and returns forty percent of all subscription income to the school. Volunteers help record and tabulate sales data.
For more information on volunteering, please contact fill out the Volunteer Form and return it to the School to get involved.