Volunteers are an important part of Homework Hotline!  They are a dedicated group of high school students (known as Hotline Scholars), retired teachers, and community members who generously give their time to help Homework Hotline achieve its mission. Volunteers come in to Homework Hotline's offices on Monday through Thursday evenings to prepare materials for counties, and organize and send prizes to students who have contacted us. 


Homework Hotline Scholar (High school students)

Volunteers must:

  • Be able to come to and work from the Homework Hotline office.

Hotline Scholar Benefits:

  • Volunteer hours can be used for National Honor Society, Beta Club, or other service clubs/organizations.

  • Homework Hotline provides useful resources (textbooks, teachers, recommendation letters) as you complete high school and prepare for college.

  • High school students who volunteer with Homework Hotline for more than 125 hours are eligible to receive a Hotline scholarship toward any college or university.


Are you an organization or individual who loves giving back to the community or needs community service hours? We are happy to host individuals or groups to assist with behind-the-scenes work!  You may be put to work packing promotional materials, completing mailings, packing prizes for students, or helping with our annual event. All your work directly impacts what we do at Homework Hotline! 


Email ask@homeworkhotline.info or call 615-298-6636 for more information.