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LEF Volunteering Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with LEF. To see open volunteering opportunites, click hereTo join our volunteer mailing list, please e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Put “LEF volunteering” in the subject line and we will be in touch!

 

LEF’s success depends on the commitment, skill, and time of dozens of volunteers. With the exception of one part-time staff position, all of the work LEF does – from fundraising to grants management, from event planning to organizational governance -- is carried out by parent volunteers who are concerned about, and want to be engaged in, continuing Lexington’s dedication to high quality education.

Volunteering for LEF will bring you together with diverse Lexington residents who bring a wealth of expertise, experience, goodwill, and enthusiasm to the cause of helping Lexington’s schools be the best they can be.

Whether you have a lot of time to give to LEF or just a little – whether you can take on a long-term committee role or have just a few hours to spare – LEF has a valuable role for you and would welcome your involvement.

 

 

Open Board, Committee and other Volunteer positions:

 

LEF Student Ambassador

Lexington Education Foundation (LEF) is seeking LHS freshmen and sophomores to serve as Student Ambassadors for a two-year term. LEF is a nonprofit organization that raises funds from individuals and businesses in Lexington and awards grants to teachers to bring innovative instructional approaches, enriched curricula, and new technology into LPS classrooms.

Student Ambassadors should have an interest in how nonprofit organizations operate, in grant writing and evaluation, and in being part of an LEF team of volunteers.

Student Ambassadors have the following responsibilities:

  • Commit to a two-year term (if you cannot, please explain why you would like us to make an exception)
  • Promote LEF to parents, students and the community
  • Attend the LEF Volunteer Orientation and Grantee Reception in the fall
  • Attend two Board meetings a year (in 2016-2017, these generally take place in the evening on the second Monday of each month)
  • Write one article for Minuteman/Musket to increase awareness of LEF
  • Assist in LEF’s fundraising campaigns (through letter writing and/or a phonathon)
  • Assist at all LEF community events, including the Trivia Bee (November 9) and the Celebration for Education (June 10).
  • Participate in LEF’s grant review process by providing feedback on grant proposals from LHS at the March 28, 2017 meeting of the Grant Review Committee.

If you are interested in serving as an LEF Student Ambassador, please email a brief summary (up to 250 words) with your contact information, qualifications, interests, and reasons for wanting to serve as a Student Ambassador to Katie Cutler, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Updated September 2016

Lexington Education Foundation (LEF) is seeking LHS freshmen and sophomores to serve as Student Ambassadors for a two-year term. LEF is a nonprofit organization that raises funds from individuals and businesses in Lexington and awards grants to teachers to bring innovative instructional approaches, enriched curricula, and new technology into LPS classrooms. For more information about LEF, go to www.lexedfoundation.org.

 

Student Ambassadors should have an interest in how nonprofit organizations operate, in grant writing and evaluation, and in being part of an LEF team of volunteers.

 

Student Ambassadors have the following responsibilities:

             Commit to a two-year term (if you cannot, please explain why you would like us to make an exception)

             Promote LEF to parents, students and the community

             Attend the LEF Volunteer Orientation and Grantee Reception in the fall

             Attend two Board meetings a year (in 2016-2017, these generally take place in the evening on the second Monday of each month)

             Write one article for Minuteman/Musket to increase awareness of LEF

             Assist in LEF’s fundraising campaigns (through letter writing and/or a phonathon)

             Assist at all LEF community events, including the Trivia Bee (November 9) and the Celebration for Education (June 10).

             Participate in LEF’s grant review process by providing feedback on grant proposals from LHS at the March 28, 2017 meeting of the Grant Review Committee.

 

If you are interested in serving as an LEF Student Ambassador, please email a brief summary (up to 250 words) with your contact information, qualifications, interests, and reasons for wanting to serve as a Student Ambassador to Katie Cutler, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than September 30th.