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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation's compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another. 

~Erma Bombeck

 Volunteering in CMS

Welcome to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools!
Thank you for considering donating your time, treasure and talent to support CMS students. We know that educating the whole child takes the whole community, and we also know that everyone has something to give. In fact, we rely on families and community members to supplement the hard work of our teaching staff.

In order to guide you through the process of volunteering in CMS, we’ve outlined the process here:​​

Download the English Version​
Download the Spanish Version​​​​

Thank you again for your interest!​

Volunteer Personal Information

When you register, you will establish a personal user name and password for your profile information. You will use this regularly to update your information and to log in your volunteer hours. Your profile information is available to the volunteer coordinator at the school(s) you select as your preferred school(s), CMS Law Enforcement and the district’s volunteer supervisor. We will not give your information to anyone else. After researching the safest way to store volunteer data, we have opted for a secure Web server not housed at CMS and used by many local banks. CMS also follows North Carolina laws limiting access to volunteer information.

Again, thank you for volunteering in our schools.

To Register as a CMS Volunteer, click here

Already registered? To log in, click here

For more information, contact the CMS Volunteer Coordinator, Ana Brown at 980-343-0474 or email: ana.brown@cms.k12.nc.us. Contact the CMPD Safe Schools Volunteer Screening Coordinator, at 980-343-6030 or email:  keshaun.stevens@cmspolice.org 

There are many opportunities to volunteer at CMS.  Business and education partnerships are unique to the identified needs of individual schools.  Some of the ways that community partners may be involved are:

  • Tutor a student
  • Be a mentor for a student
  • Read with a student
  • Organize a volunteer program
  • Be a speaker for schools
  • Organize career days or college tours
  • Provide clerical assistance to a school
  • Provide marketing, public relations, and advertising assistance to schools
  • Chaperone field trips
  • Sponsor a school-based program or initiative