Become a Carver volunteer
help students achieve!
18 or older? follow directions below
1. Open the Background Check Form
2. Print form
3. Complete form
4. Scan and email form to firstname.lastname@example.org
OR mail / drop-off at the Carver Community Center
7 Academy St, Norwalk, CT 06850
Carver engages more than 500 volunteers throughout the year. Carver volunteers are integrated throughout the Norwalk community and schools as they contribute to Carver’s three intense areas of after-school, summer and community programs. These tutors, mentors, homework helpers, career counselors, and other skill-specific project leaders offer their support, feedback and praise. The community center utilizes individual and groups of volunteers for community events such as Career Fairs, talent contests, student and family awards ceremonies, holiday celebrations, food drives, etc. Corporate teams produce daylong events for our youth and undertake extensive renovation and cleanup projects. Carver dedicates one staff person to volunteer management.
Volunteer Profile: St. Luke's School
Carver board member and longtime donor and volunteer, Dick Whitcomb, Headmaster Emeritus of St. Luke’s School, established the tradition decades ago for St. Luke's students, parents and staff to support Carver. From generous financial donations to any number of volunteer projects, such as hosting Carver's annual community Christmas party, St. Luke's is among Carver's most valued and appreciated source of energetic and creative volunteers.
St. Luke's School is a secular private school in New Canaan, Connecticut for grades 5 through 12 serving 25 towns in Connecticut and New York. Their rigorous programs and diverse co-educational community strive for excellence, fostering students intellectual and ethical development and preparing them for top colleges. St. Luke’s balanced, multi-dimensional experience provides students with the tools they need for leadership and service in the world.