Volunteers should expect to commit one to two hours each week/bimonthly
Mentoring: Build and foster a trusting, positive relationship by spending one-to-one or small group time with youth members. Provide academic and moral support, encouragement and guidance. This volunteer position requires one hour per week for the duration of the mentoring program. Contact the Club to get more information.
Tutor: Lead small groups of homework help sessions in various subject areas.
Art Instructor: Help children express their creative spirit through teaching a wide range of new crafts, musical instruction or visual and performing arts.
Computer Instructor: Lend a hand with programs in the computer lab by helping children master basic Microsoft programs, the Internet and graphic design programs.
Coaches and Referees: Assist physical education programs, such as inter Club group sports games, tournaments and various leagues.
Leadership Advisors: Assist with programs that provide life skills, goal setting, discussion sessions and conflict resolution that prepare youth to be responsible, self-reliant and caring adults.
College and Career Advisors: Help teens explore educational and career aspirations. Activities include job shadowing, college/university tours and college/career fairs.
Guest Speaker: Share your life experiences and expertise to help youth learn life lessons outside the normal classroom setting.
Special Event Volunteers: Help during special events such as golf tournaments, road races and holiday celebrations. Activities vary based on the event.