Mills High School

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opporunities

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Volunteers needed after school

Burlingame Intermediate After School Program is in need of volunteers to help with their program. They need high school students to supervise the homework and play sessions after school. You could do your homework while supervising. Even one day a week would be a big help for the staff at BIS. Earn your community volunteer hours between 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. -- sometimes you could come earlier too. Contact Consuelo M. Puccetti by phone: (650) 259-3830 or email:


Millbrae Historical Society 

Students interested in serving as volunteer docents on Saturdays from 12:00 Noon to 4:00pm? Millbrae Historical Society is looking for help for their March installation of society officers, the 4th of July Picnic, the December Annual Christmas Party, and on occasional Sundays when Society has a guest speaker. Training will be provided on the history of Millbrae and the Society.

Millbrae City Hall

City of Millbrae Environmental Program needs volunteers to help with different projects. Distribute flyers for Coastal Clean Up Day and many more upcoming. Located at 621 Magnolia in Millbrae. Contact Catherine Allin, Industrial Waste Inspector by phone: 650-259-2397 or e-mail:


Homework Central

P.O. Box 6687
San Mateo, CA   94403-6687
Phone: 650-343-3423/Fax: 650-343-3425
Contact: Taylor Park, Volunteer Coordinator




After-school homework/tutoring program for San Mateo students in grades 3-5. Help a child-change a life. Build a brighter future for your community. Participating Elementary Schools:

Sunnybrae Elementary School
1081 S. Delaware Ave., Room 30
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Center
725 Monte Diablo Avenue
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 1:00-3:00 p.m.


Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo

300 E. Santa Inez Avenue
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Who should volunteer?
Our volunteers are as diverse as the community we serve, ranging in age from students to retired senior citizens.   It is not necessary to have a teaching background. Patience, a love of children, and a desire to help are the primary factors that bring volunteers together with students in our program. Volunteer tutors work a minimum of one day (two hours) a week. Tutors are encouraged to volunteer as many days as their schedule and interest permits. Many of our volunteers commit four days a week! We greatly appreciate the gift of each hour.