Volunteer Program

Would you like to volunteer in a Harnett County School?

There is a place for YOU in Harnett County Schools!!
Whether you have one hour to contribute occasionally or have a desire to be a weekly tutor, we welcome you to help our students and support our educators!! 

We look forward to you sharing your talents and experiences with our students.  Your time, energies and resources will be an investment in our children, in your children and in the future of Harnett County.  Your participation and active involvement in our schools will enhance and strengthen educational experiences. 

For the safety of our students, and in compliance with our Board of Education Policy 7030, all volunteers 18 years old and older are required to complete a  Release of Information Form (background check) before doing any volunteer work.

You may complete this online process by visiting www.harnettvolunteers.com and following the steps below:

  1. Simply click “Click Here To Register” under the New Volunteer Column.

  2. Read the Release information and then click to “Acknowledge and Sign.” This will take you to the Registration Form.

  3. Complete the Registration Form and click “Submit.”

  4. Click and Log Out

Your information will be checked on the National and State Registry and should take 3-5 days to complete.  Once approved, your name will be added to the "Approved Volunteer" list and you may begin volunteering. 

The school Volunteer Coordinator who will provide you with volunteer opportunities based on your availability and interests.

We look forward to working with you in our school.  With your commitment, Harnett County Schools will continue to provide quality educational services to our children.

For questions, contact:

Patricia Harmon-Lewis
Community Liasion
910-893-8151 ext. 404

Natalie Tucker Ferrell
Public Information Officer
910-893-8151 ext. 453

Volunteer Links

Test Proctors

HCS needs community members to act as test proctors who can assist with the administration of state tests. Test proctors are vital resources for helping the district ensure the integrity of the testing process. Each semester, state test are administered over several days, and test proctors are needed throughout the testing cycle. If you would like to become a test proctor, contact your local school principal or school site test coordinator.