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Adult Service Learners & Volunteers

why volunteer at suhsd? 

why volunteer at suhsd? 

Why Choose SUHSD? The Salinas Union High School District serves almost 16,000 students in grades 7-12. Our students represent a variety of backgrounds, abilities, and needs. If you’re considering a career in education, this is a perfect place to see what it’s like. If you simply desire to share your time, energy, and talents in service to the community, volunteering with us benefits us all. You can:
  • Polish up your communication skills
  • Pay it forward to the Salinas community
  • Discover new possibilities for yourself
  • Improve the lives and futures of students

Your volunteer service can motivate and inspire students.
If you are interested in serving & learning at SUHSD, here’s what you need to do:

If you are interested in serving & learning at SUHSD, here’s what you need to do:

Step 1

Contact the school where you hope to serve and obtain the district Volunteer Worker Application from the secretary. This form is also available on the district’s website. If you have additional forms--such as from a university program--the site principal or designee can sign them.

Step 2

Return the completed Volunteer Worker Application to Rebecca Vicente at the Human Resources Department. Schedule a time for fingerprints at HR (no charge to you). Bring TB test results to HR (can be done at any qualified medical facility— you are responsible for the cost).

Step 3

HR will notify you when fingerprints have cleared (this process may take a few days or a few weeks). You will then contact your school site to receive an ID.

Step 4

Begin work at the site. Volunteers must be supervised at all times by a certificated staff member.
For more information, contact: 

For more information, contact: 

Rebecca Vicente 831-796-7052
Danny Greene 831-796-7046