The Carole Robertson Center for Learning is always in need of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to help inside and outside the classrooms.
Is your corporate team looking for ways to learn about and contribute to community-based early learning in Chicago? Our corporate volunteers have worked in the classroom as teacher aides, chaperoned outdoor play events, and kick-started our beautification projects. We will work with you to identify volunteer opportunities that align with your philanthropic goals and build relationships within your team. To learn more about how your team can join our community, please contact our Resource Development office. You can email Geri Anne Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-243-7300.
Are you an individual looking to contribute your time to community-based early learning in Chicago? We have both one-time and regular volunteer opportunities during our weekday hours of operation, from 9:00am to 6:00pm, as teacher aides and schoolage tutors. We also have ad-hoc volunteer needs, and are willing to work with you to identify a volunteer opportunity suited to your interests.
Resource Development Committee
The Resource Development Committee is a group of professional individuals dedicated to the work and mission of the Carole Robertson Center for Learning. The Committee works to engage the broader community on the importance of early learning through volunteering, fundraising, networking, and advocacy opportunities. For more information, please contact the Resource Development Office.
- 637 individuals and 43 volunteer groups contributed 5032 hours of volunteer service in the 2016-2017 program year
- 1275 hours contributed by parents
- 1032 hours contributed by service groups
- 574 hours contributed by corporate groups
- 311 hours contributed by school groups
- 654 hours contributed by individuals
- 1186 hours contributed by foster grandparent program