ABOUT NCEF

Join Our Team

NCEF Is Always Looking for Passionate People to Join Our Team!

In order to meet the increasing needs of North Clackamas students, NCEF must continue to increase our support.

 

One of the ways we do that is through dedicated volunteers and employees who work to ensure the best education possible for students in the North Clackamas School District.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Join our board of Directors

Are you passionate about education and the North Clackamas Schools community?


If you are ready to make a commitment to NCEF and the students, teachers, and families of North Clackamas Schools, we'd love to hear from you!

Please email ncfoundation@nclack.k12.or.us to set up a time to meet to discuss board opportunities and how you can help NCEF to continue to grow.

VOLUNTEER

NCEF frequently has need for volunteers to help with events, fundraising, mailings, and our annual gala.

 

Many of the programs which NCEF supports require volunteers to function as well — Backpack Buddies, Lunch Buddies, the Family Support Center and others all need people to spend some time making sure students have clothing, food, school supplies or a buddy to hang out with on lunch.

Interested? Please get in touch!

Give a Gift

Everyone who donates to North Clackamas Education Foundation or one of the programs we support is an important part of our team!

 

If you want to make a difference in the lives of the students, teachers, and families of North Clackamas Schools, please consider making a donation today!

Employment Opportunity

NCEF is looking for a Communications Coordinator to join our team!

Keeping in contact with our community is important to us. We need a reliable person who enjoys social media, creating campaigns, and has an eye for visual appeal.

You will work with other Foundation staff, the Foundation Board of Directors, and marketing professionals, to relay and highlight the work of the Foundation to the community.

Interested? Click below for more details and application instructions.

Making a difference for NCSD students