Get Involved.

Your Time Matters.

It is said, the greatest gift you can give someone is your time. As a TAF volunteer, you have the ability to make real connections to our students and teachers.

With your help, we can get that much closer to educational equity, by providing the support needed to connect students with industry experiences and STEM skills. So, whether you’re looking for one-time or ongoing volunteer opportunities, know that your invested time is making Washington’s education a place where everyone wins.

Sade Britt,
Volunteer Coordinator

Find Your Fit.

Flexible, one-time, and ongoing volunteer opportunities, for you.

Coding Instructor

TAF@Saghalie, Federal Way, WA
Dates: Based on Volunteer Availability

Teach students how to code through TAF@Saghalie’s Teacher Scientist Partnership (TSP) Program. Students will develop a portfolio of skills including UX research, wireframing, and a variety of code languages.

UX/UI Designer

Are you a local Seattle designer seeking to put your skills towards an organization that will inspire the next generation? If so, we need your help as a UX/UI designer skilled in wireframing and visual design!

Mentor a Student

Location: TAF@Saghalie, Federal Way, WA (virtual option available)
Date(s): Starting Fall 2019

We’re looking for mentors that are willing to guide our students along the path of gaining a fulfilling and meaningful career in STEM. Mentors would commit to meeting in person (or via teleconferencing) at least once a month and answering questions or concerns students may have via email at least once a week.

One-Time Opportunities

College Tour Connections

Do you have connections to a college or university that would allow TAF students to tour campuses in a unique and exciting way? If so, we need you! We’re always looking for opportunities to expose our students to higher education in a way that would allow them to picture themselves being part of the student community.

If you would you like to offer your connections to TAF students, please email Development Associate, Sade Britt, at sadeb@techaccess.org.

Ongoing Opportunities

Teacher Scientist Partnership - Teach Coding

Teach students how to code through TAF@Saghalie’s Teacher Scientist Partnership (TSP) Program. Students will develop a portfolio of skills including UX research, wireframing, and a variety of code languages. TSP teaches students to write software in the context of their existing middle and high school curriculum.

Apply!

Mentor (Fall 2019)

We’re looking for mentors that are willing to guide our students along the path of gaining a fulfilling and meaningful career in STEM. Mentors would commit to meeting students in person (or via teleconferencing) at least once a month and answering questions or concerns students may have via email at least once a week.

Though our students at TAF@Saghalie range from 6-12th grade, many seniors are at a pivotal moment in their educational careers and are seeking positive guidance that could impact the rest of their lives. Individuals with strong SAT/ACT prep knowledge and those interested in mentoring seniors are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apply

Local UX/UI Designer

Are you a local designer seeking to put your skills towards an organization that will inspire the next generation? If so, we need your help as a UX/UI designer skilled in wireframing and visual design!

  • Portfolio showcasing skills
  • Experience in WordPress, including WordPress Themes and Widgets.
  • Ability to facilitate complex processes into user-friendly experiences.
  • Experience in responsive multi-device design.
  • Facilitate telling our mission, vision, and stories.
  • Best practices and visual appeal advice.

We will work to accommodate your schedule, this opportunity will be mostly remote with a team of other volunteers working on the site.

Apply!

Local SEO Specialist

Are you skilled in SEO? Would you like to put your skills towards a STEM nonprofit that will inspire the next generation? If so, we need your help!

  • Review and analyze the website for areas that need to be improved, deleted, or revised.
  • Improve the website’s organic search results.
  • Ensure our organization website is filled with optimal, proper, keywords.
  • Place keywords appropriately in copy to gain most search engine traffic.
  • Strategize ways to improve and track our website’s performance.
  • Compile and present SEO performance reports.
  • Collaborate with other teams to improve the navigation of our website, enhancing search engine ranking
  • Evaluate traffic, landing page quality, content, design, security, donation options, demographics of prospective donor or partners when determining keywords and campaigns.

We will work to accommodate your schedule, this opportunity will be mostly remote with a team of other volunteers working on the site.

Apply!

Have a question? Contact Volunteer Coordinator, Sade Britt at sadeb@techaccess.org.

When I see one light up with curiosity, grab hold of an idea or concept, or find their own personal purpose in specific learning, I just want to feed a fire until that self-motivation keeps on going right by me.

Joy, TAF Volunteer

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