Volunteer with Rock to the Future!


Cause Areas


It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


2139 E Cumberland St, 2nd FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19125


Looking for an exciting way to give back to your community, help Philadelphia youth, and get that warm, fuzzy feeling? Rock to the Future needs volunteers to work directly with the program participants in our MusiCore after school program.

Rock to the Future (RTTF) is a 501(c)3 organization founded in 2010 that provides music education for Philadelphia’s underserved youth at no cost to them or their families. Using music, our programs ignite passion and creativity, support academic achievement, and improve self-esteem. We empower individuals and strengthen communities.

Rock to the Future always needs additional volunteers to work directly with our program participants. Program volunteers are generally needed Monday through Friday from 4-6pm from September 11th, 2017 through mid-June 2018. Some volunteers help out once a week, some once a month, and some multiple times a week - the time commitment is flexible. Rock to the Future's MusiCore after school program serves youth in grades 6 - 12.

If you'd like to learn more, please join us on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 for our volunteer information and training session! Register here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090c49acad29a0f94-musicore14

Program Volunteers

MUSIC: Rock to the Future volunteers help students with many different types of music and activities such as rock, pop, hip hop, and folk music, songwriting, instrument practice, music theory, and band coaching.

HOMEWORK: Volunteers not only help students with music, but also homework. Students in grades 6 - 12 are assisted with a variety of subjects including math, English, writing, science, social studies, standardized test prep, and more!

ACADEMIC MENTORING: Volunteers are paired with a specific student to help with a specific subject or skill set the student is struggling with to provide that student with regular one-on-one attention to assist with problem areas and strengthen their skills. Academic mentors have semi-regular check-ins with the student and with the academic coordinator about the student's progress.

MENTORING: Be a positive role model and mentor a Philadelphia youth! Play games, chat about their day, talk about their future, inspire a child.


Volunteers must be have a high school diploma or GED and be 18 years old or older. Program volunteers (working directly with the youth) must be able to pass PA and federal background checks and clearances.


  • Mentoring
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • Reading / Writing
  • Music Arts
  • General Education
  • Tutoring

Good Match For


Requirements & Commitment

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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