Calendar

Food & Wine Extravaganza

Faster Than A Falcon Run

National Mentoring Month

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Corporate Philanthropy Day

National Boys & Girls Clubs Week

Staff Training Conference

Clubs open all day, every day, Mon - Fri!

Clubs open all day, every day, Mon - Fri!

Closed for Independence Day

Harley Raffle Winner Drawing @ House of Harley

Staff Training Conference

Staff Training Conference

Volunteer Opportunities

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These are just some of our ongoing volunteer needs, You can view our current volunteer needs and sign up online by clicking here

  • All volunteers working in Clubhouses, Athletics, and Licensed Childcare must pass a criminal records background check.

 

Clubhouse Welcome Desk

This volunteer is the one of the first faces Club Members and their families see upon arrival at a Clubhouse.  Welcome Desk Volunteers assist members with signing themselves into the Club, directing questions to Club staff, and providing a positive, welcoming environment for all who pass through our doors!

Coordinator of Fun

By engaging youth in educational and entertaining board and card games, volunteers build a stronger bond with members while teaching fundamental skills such as teamwork, strategy, sportsmanship and responsibility.

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Volunteer Mentor

Volunteer Mentors engage youth in fun & educational programming, develop supportive relationships, and provide guidance & support.  Mentors may serve in areas such as: Homework help, sportsmanship through educational or physical games, modeling & encouraging healthy lifestyles, and overall social competence.

Resident Artist

Art in all its mediums is an optimum method at opening youth to culture, critical thinking and an open mind. By developing a creative environment in the Clubhouse, we foster those skills.  Art is also a means of expression and through this program, youth will develop healthy emotional coping skills.

Soccer High Five

 

Sports Coach - Basketball, Football, Soccer or Volleyball

The role of a Coach can be one of the most impactful an adult can make in the life of a child. Sports is among the few places where children can learn positive core values, engage in healthy risk taking, and learn life lessons in a safe environment. Like teachers, Coaches can be influential in the development of a child and help make sports a healthy, positive, and rewarding experience for their children, and their whole family.

 

Athletics Ambassador

An Athletics Ambassador helps promote Boys & Girls Clubs - Alaska Athletics programs. This includes distributing and posting fliers to ASD schools and local businesses, placement of yard signs around the area, and generally, spreading the word about the sporting opportunities available to children through BGCA Athletics.

Once completed, submit your individual volunteer application via email to ctebo@bgcalaska.org or, you can fax it to (907) 770-7345.  After your Volunteer Application is approved, we will help you get started as a volunteer in the area/position of your choosing by connecting you with a supervising staff at the Clubhouse of your choice.


Looking for a service opportunity for your group?

Boys & Girls Clubs - Alaska has a wide variety of service opportunities that are just PERFECT for corporate/community volunteer groups.   Opportunities such as; sports jamborees, fundraising events, community events, or you can arrange for a special day of service just for your group at any of our locations.  To learn more about service opportunities for volunteer groups, please contact Chrystle Tebo, Volunteer Coordinator, at (907) 770-7330 or via email at ctebo@bgcalaska.org

Make a difference in a child’s life and help us deepen our impact by becoming a mentor at Boys & Girls Clubs – Alaska!