Employ your gifts and talents in way that makes a significant difference, whether you have a little time to offer or a lot. Whether it is just a few hours a month or annually on certain projects, the Foundation could use your heart, skills and expertise to further our mission in supporting our students and teachers. Join our Paulding Education Foundation Advisory Board and work with other community volunteers to help plan our events, connect schools with local businesses or coordinate special projects. This has also turned out to be one of the best business networking groups in the county as you will form trusted relationships with other businesses and community volunteers.
- Mentoring – The Paulding County School District has over 30,000 students. These children are the future workforce of our community and will lead our nation one day. There are many ways the business community can stand together with the District to make a significant impact in education. Today’s education must be hands-on for a child to be successful. By mentoring a student, providing incentives, or monetary donations, you can broaden a student’s learning horizon. You can be the one that makes a difference. Through partnering with the Foundation, you as a business owner show the students you care and you believe in them. Students stand tall when they know a community is behind them and your business will benefit from the exclusive branding inside the schools.
- Internships – Building strong relationships for… EDUCATORS… STUDENTS… and EMPLOYERS. By partnering with the Foundation, your company can tap into the Paulding Work-Based Learning Program that assists businesses with building a highly trained, technologically sophisticated and career oriented young workforce. Our goal is to assist in the creation of a strong support structure between local employers, students and schools. Work-Based Learning supplies talent to address industry workforce shortage needs. We promote an industry-driven system where employers set occupational skills standards, collaborate on curriculum, provide work experience and certify mastery of skills. Join the over two-thousand employers in Georgia investing in the Work-Based Learning Program today.