For more information, please contact:
Director of Development/Parents' Association Liason
315/446-2452, ext. 112
To engage, inspire and energize MPH parents to build and maintain a strong sense of community and to actively support the School's overall goals and mission through participation, idea sharing and positive communication with each other and administration.
Parents’ Association Committees/Volunteer Opportunities
To volunteer for any one of the following committees, please check the appropriate box(es) on the form below the descriptions.
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT: Help with mailings in the Alumni Office and Division offices. Involves contacting offices to determine needs and recruiting a group of volunteers for various tasks.
ATHLETIC BOOSTER COMMITTEE: The mission of the Athletic Booster Committee is to provide financial and program support for the athletic programs at MPH. Funds raised are directed to “non-budgeted” items that are considered necessary to enhance the student/fan experience.
AUXILLARY FUNDRAISING: Explore ideas for new ways parents can raise additional funds for Development purposes. Encourage families to participate in rebate programs at AmazonSmile, Target, Boxtops, etc. Develop and execute new fundraising ideas/events.
BENEFIT COMMITTEE: Work with the Director of Special Events to coordinate and execute the annual Spring Benefit. There are a variety of tasks including donation and advertisement procurement, decorating, and planning.
CAMPUS SHOP: The Campus Shop raises money through the selling of school supplies, snacks and other merchandise to the MPH community. Volunteer to work a shift – as little or as often as your schedule allows.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: Organize several community service opportunities for MPH Parents and their children.
MPH CONNECTS: Plan a variety of social gatherings throughout the school year to promote a sense of community. Ideas include: Family Fun Night, Movie Night, Drop-off Coffees/Doughnuts for parents.
EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION: Committee organizes the Faculty Appreciation Luncheon, and the monthly Adopt-the-Lounge program.
GRANT COMMITTEE: Committee meets once a month to review grant requests from faculty and students and determines if funding will be offered. The Committee is composed of the PA Executive Committee and interested MPH parents. Funds are derived primarily from Campus Shop proceeds.
PARENT EDUCATION/SPEAKER SERIES: Works with the school to identify education programs that address pertinent topics. Programs may be open to the local community as well as MPH families.
PHOTOGRAPHY & SOCIAL MEDIA: Involves taking photos at school events and activities for school archives and posting to the MPH Facebook & Twitter feeds.
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