At KIPP Bay Area Schools, we rely on our community partners to provide our students with unique opportunities to help set them up for success through college and life. There are many ways to get involved through Career Readiness Programs, After School Programs and School/Administration Support.
Get Involved

Lead a Girls Who Code Club — Immediately – Spring 2018
KIPP King Collegiate is currently looking for volunteer facilitators to lead their Girls Who Code Club! The school has 15 girls interested in the club, and plans to meet every Thursday at 2:30pm for 50 minutes. You can find more information about the facilitator role and apply to be a facilitator at KIPP King here. Interested volunteers may also contact Chelsea Snow with any questions.

Visit a KIPP School
Join us for a one-hour informational visit at one of our KIPP schools. Guests receive a tour of the campus, experience a classroom lesson, and have an opportunity to meet our KIPPsters.

Tutor at a School
Are you an individual or organization who wants to work one-on-one with a student on an on-going basis to provide them with skills needed to succeed? Our schools are looking for tutors for all subjects.

Introduce Your Friends or Colleagues to KIPP
Help us organize a lunch for your friends or co-workers at your home or workplace. These informational, hour-long presentations have been a valuable way to introduce and enlist a broader group of champions for KIPP.

Support or Host a School Club
KIPP partners with various organizations to host after-school clubs. Let us know if your organization wants to support (or launch!) a club at one of our schools.

Provide Our KIPPsters Virtual Support
Individuals can support our students virtually by assisting with resumes, college essays, interview help, etc. This provides our students a great opportunity to receive thoughtful feedback and strengthen their skills!

Hire Summer Interns at Your Organization — Summer 2018
Each summer our Bay Area partner companies host recent KIPP high school graduates and college-aged alumni as interns, providing them with essential experiences to explore new career fields and build their professional network. Interns can conduct research, support operations, evaluate programs, design marketing material, and more.

Host Students for a Day at Your Organization — November 2018
Our annual Career Day provides an invaluable opportunity for high school juniors to experience a professional workplace and to learn about various career pathways.


Get Involved

Have another suggestion or want to be involved in another way? Email Angela at and we can talk about other opportunities at KIPP!

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