Who will benefit?

  • The children you work with and their families 
  • The community in which we all  live and work
  • You!

What can I expect?

  • To help those in need
  • To learn new skills and build new relationships
  • To express yourself through meaningful work
  • To be truly impacted by the students and families you serve




          How do volunteers help?

​     Tutoring

          Engage in one-on-one tutoring

​          Help with homework 

          Conduct academic skill building activities


          Instruct and assist with exercise activities

          Lead games and creative play


          Design and organize arts & craft projects

          Assist with computer and technology

          Guide music practice

          Read a library book with a child


          Coordinate or help with the daily snack

824 Individual Volunteers Since 2010

43,691 Total Volunteer Hours Since 2010

119 Individual Volunteers Each Week

280 Volunteer Hours Each Week


" The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. "

~ Mahatma Ghandi


We believe that all individuals possess a unique level of expertise that can in some way help the children and families we serve. If you are looking for a place to share your most valuable gifts of time and talent, the Notre Dame Urban Education Center could be the right place for you. We can find an activity suited to your interests and commitment level.

NDUEC is always seeking enthusiastic, energetic people to assist with a variety of volunteer needs. Individuals of all ages, gender, race and cultural diversity are welcome and encouraged to volunteer.