Examples of Individual Volunteer Activities
Power Hour Tutor and Education – Provide one-on-one tutoring for children, help with homework assignments, spend time reading with a child, and assist the Director of Education in providing positive educational activities and experiences.
Group Facilitator – Individuals needed to facilitate workshops and groups for children, pre-teens, teens and parent/family groups. Areas of focus: education, employment, drug prevention, life skills, self-esteem, and crisis prevention/intervention.
Physical Education – Help youth achieve and maintain fitness in our fitness centers and beyond; acquire a broad range of skills; develop a sense of teamwork; cooperation and fairness that leads to the development of healthy lifestyle patterns.
Social Recreation – Spend one on one time with youth playing pool, foosball, ping-pong, chess, checkers and board games. Exciting tournaments that need adult supervision are held often. Offer your skills in the area of social recreation while getting to know young people in a positive and lively environment.
Other examples – Assist with a teen leadership group; Be a mentor for club members; Help with a drama, music or dance group; Help youth learn basic computer skills; Assist arts & crafts projects; Provide expertise with aquatics; Assist with sports (flag football, basketball, dodgeball, baseball, yoga, etc.).
Program Support Volunteers - Vital to keeping our behind-the-scenes operations running, these volunteers assist with program support functions such as administrative work, computer maintenance and Web design, special events, and general facilities maintenance on an ongoing basis.