So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.

Galatians 6:10.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

  • Lunch Delivery Mondays and every other Wednesday (11:45 am -1 pm)
  • Admissions Volunteers (share your PCA experience with attendees of Free Family Fun Day at Dover Children’s Museum on Saturday, September 22)
  • Eaglet Drivers (provide shuttle service at Dover’s Apple Harvest Day on Saturday, October 6)
  • Homecoming Volunteers (help direct visitors from 8am-3pm on Saturday, October 6)
  • Father-Daughter Dance (planning and serving on Saturday, October 13)
  • LS Yearbooks (take pictures and learn to design)
  • Upper School Bulletin Boards (one volunteer needed approximately 1 hour every 3 weeks)
  • Gala Volunteers (planning and decorating). Please reach out to Kelly Belmonte (ext. 109) for more information.
  • Handy Helpers Needed If you know your way around a cordless drill, hammer, screwdriver and the like, we can use your help! In a facility as large as PCA, there are always projects to be done. Please contact Josh Gronblom (ext. 126) if you can assist.
  • Calling all Techies! The PCA campus has rapidly expanded our technology usage over the past couple years. If you have Information Technology experience and a heart to volunteer – let us know! We have opportunities from a few hours to a few days a week with the added perk of volunteering where you children or grandchildren go to school. I’m blessed to “run into” my granddaughter several times a day!We are looking for qualified volunteers with experience in basic Information Technology practices and tools. This could anything from: Connecting & configuring Windows Computers, Running and terminating Cat 6 cable, Microsoft Office or Office 365 Support, Troubleshooting desktop computers (power supply, video cards, motherboards)Advanced skills like: Configuring and deploying network switches (HP & Dell), Configuring, maintaining and updating VMware virtual machines, Hours are flexible. Please contact Mike Shevenell (Director of IT) if you have any interest or questions.

Volunteer at PCA

  • Why? It’s good for you! It’s good for us! It’s good for them! Children with parents engaged in their school become healthier adolescents and become more engaged, themselves.
  • When? Any time! There are countless opportunities with a variety of volunteer times that are as flexible as your schedule! We have many ongoing, weekly roles, such as Lunch Delivery, as well as one-time opportunities, such as Event Set-up. We also have opportunities, such as Procurement, that you could do on your lunch hour or any time that works for you.
  • Where? Almost anywhere! At home, in the local community, or at PCA! Outside, inside, courtside, side by side!
  • What? Whatever talents and interests God has blessed you with! Whether your talents and interests are administrative, artistic, athletic, baking, supervising, organizing, reading, handiwork, technology, event-planning, procurement, photography, or worship, there is a way for you to be involved!
  • Who? YOU!
  • How? See steps on reverse!

How to Become a PCA Volunteer

  1. Complete the Volunteer Survey.
  2. Initial, sign, and date the Volunteer Code of Ethics form and return to Jodi Karnes’ attention. This form is available at the Front Desk at the Lower and Upper Schools and can be found online through the parent portal in Veracross.
  3. Complete the Background Check process:

Call the NH State Police Criminal Records Division at 603-223-3867 to schedule an appointment for fingerprinting.  Often the most convenient location is the Dover DMV.

Come to the Lower School Reception Desk with your driver’s license and ask to have the Criminal Record Release Authorization (or background check) Form notarized.

Bring your notarized form and driver’s license to your scheduled appointment. If this is in Dover, it will be with the DMV at 50 Boston Harbor Rd, Dover, NH.

Bring the form the DMV gives you, your notarized form, and a check made out to “State of NH—Criminal Records” in the amount of $20.75, to PCA’s Lower School front desk during school hours. Let the Receptionist know you are dropping off your background check paperwork. This must be done in a timely manner, as the DMV will only hold your fingerprints for up to 30 days.

ALL steps must be completed and PCA must have been notified by the State of NH of your successful background check results PRIOR to performing any in-school or student-contact volunteer duties, including chaperoning field trips and assisting with classroom activities. The fingerprinting process can take up to 8 weeks to complete, so it is best to initiate well before volunteer opportunities arise.

Find current volunteer opportunities on the Facebook page PCA Volunteer Service Program and in the weekly PCA: NOW email. Contact Jodi Karnes, Volunteer and Event Coordinator,, 603-742-3617 ext. 119., with any questions or to help you get connected!

Our volunteer needs are always changing, and there is a wide variety of ways that you can give of your time and talents. Fill out the Volunteer Survey so that we can connect you with volunteer opportunities that match your interests. Contact Jodi Karnes to find the perfect fit for you!

Log Your Service Hours Here

This form is for volunteer service hours that are performed outside of normal school hours and/or off campus.

Volunteer Service Hours

THANK YOU from the Volunteer Office

We are so thankful for our volunteers who come in and help us. We could not do what we do without you!

Please remember to log your hours either at the receptionist desk or by sending an email to Jodi Karnes.  Don’t forget the hours you may work at home (baking, phone calls, etc.)!!