Tag: call for volunteers
Board members are asked to attend one board meeting per month. The boards usually meet on the 1st and 2nd Tuesdays and the 4th Monday of each month.
For more information or to volunteer to serve on the Foster Care Review Board, contact Howard Johnson at 931-648-7686.
Tennessee Department of Children Services has issued a call for volunteers for its Foster Care Review Boards.
Foster Care Review Boards are set up by law to review the cases of children who are in the custody of the Tennessee Department of Children Services.
This is an ideal way to render service to your community and an great way for retirees to continue to stay active. This is a very worthwhile program. The Juvenile Court is in need of volunteers to serve on the five Foster Care Review Boards. The boards usually meet on the 1st and 2nd Tuesdays of the month and also the 4th Monday each month.
Interested people can contact Howard Johnson at (931) 648-7686.
New Providence Middle School is gearing up for the annual TCAP testing. NPMS will need 68 proctors for each day of TCAP testing. School officials are asking community volunteers to answer this challenge and offer their time to observe the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program at New Providence Middle School.
TCAP proctors are typically community volunteers. These volunteers have answered this call to service vigorously in years past here at New Providence Middle School. School officals look forward to another such turnout this spring.
Volunteers are asked to stay from 7:00am until 11:00am on any or all days from Tuesday, April 24 until Friday, April 27.
Proctors need to be at least 21 years old, or actively enrolled in a teacher education program.
School officials really look forward to groups of volunteers. If you know of a group that can commit to volunteering, please have them contact Wendy Wilkins.
Proctors can sign up on this website or by calling Wendy at 648-5655 x 1104.
The Clarksville Visitors and Tourism Bureau is asking for volunteers to assist during the AAU Girls National Basketball Championship here in the city. Volunteers are needed for the full run of the championship, July 11 to July 15, Monday to Friday.
Volunteers will serve as Gatekeepers. They will have the responsibility of selling tickets to all games, checking wrist bands of persons entering each game, selling programs, keeping count of all persons entering the door of each venue.
The tournament will need gatekeepers from 8:00 A.M. -8:30 P.M., each day at each school. CVB is looking for someone comfortable with working with the public, making change, and who is reliable. They are asking volunteers to please volunteer from 3-5hrs a day, if possible, because they will need approximately 6 volunteers per school per day.
Venues hosting the approximately 112 teams are APSU, Rossview HS, West Creek HS, Kenwood HS, Northwest HS, Northeast HS, West Creek MS, Clarksville HS, Kemwood MS, Rossview MS, Hilldale Baptist Activities Center Gym #1, and Hilldale Baptist Activities Center Gym #2.
The CVB will be hosting an Orientation for all Volunteers on Thursday, July 7th, 5:00 P.M., at the Economic Development Office basement meeting room, located on the bottom floor in Green Bank, 25 Jefferson St., Clarksville, TN, 37040.
Any amount of time volunteers can give will be appreciated. This event is very important to our city. CVB realizes no one will be available to work the full 8:00 A.M. – 8:30 P.M. schedule but any time within this timeframe in the morning, afternoon or evening would be appreciated at one of the mentioned venues.
To volunteer, contact Doug Barber @ 931-245-4344 or email@example.com