|How You Can Help|
You are invited to join with our efforts to plan and create the 2017 graduating class Grad Nite. It takes many creative minds to plan the event logistics, decorations, activities and fun.The following volunteer FAQ information may help you determine if you would like to volunteer. If you do not see a fit, please tell us how you would like to help. Who can volunteer? Everyone in the community is welcome to help in any capacity that they are able. The only exception is an individual must be 21 years of age to volunteer during the actual event. Ideally, families of current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to help out. Getting involved will ensure that your senior’s Grad Nite will be a success. This event can only be as successful as the year before with the dedicated volunteers who have a passion to continue the tradition.What type of help can I offer?
#1 Time– Planning. Molding the theme into action.
#2 Talent- creating the WOW! using materials at hand to form or paint props. 27 years of props and building materials are available to let your creativity go wild.
#3 Helping Hands– if you would like to help and not take charge, we have plenty of tasks that need attention.
#4 Logistic Planning– the nuts and bolts of safety and function; if you are handy with electricity, construction, etc., etc.; this may be the kind of fun you enjoy. All of the behind the scene logistics are vital to accomplish this event.
#5 Event Supervision– During Grad Nite there are many tasks that need volunteer attention such as serving food, supervising the graduates, sparkle helpers and much more. As we begin planning; more details will be posted. As soon as our initial meetings commence, more details on volunteer needs will be posted. Please visit back soon and often. Thank you for your consideration on helping out.
If you did not find a need that you would like to help with; please email your comment or ideas to: HighlanderGradNite@gmail.com
A Highlander Tradition At least 92% of the graduating class attends Grad Nite each May. Cost of admission offsets event expenses. Beyond event fees the committee looks to individual and community donors to meet expenses.
Highlander Grad Nite is strictly volunteer driven, there is no paid staff or admin costs. Every dollar raised underwrites program expenses. Donor opportunities and a wish list is available on this website to outreach needs.
This event could not be possible without volunteers who donate their time and talent. Volunteer opportunities are listed on this website.
It is our wish that the information you have learned about us will empower you to be involved. Thank you for your interest.