Volunteering at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA makes a huge difference in the lives of our children. The time and talents our organization receives from volunteers allows us to be successful in providing quality programs to children that need us.
To begin volunteering in our Clubs, CLICK HERE to download the volunteer application.Then, email the completed application to the Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com or mail it to 206 Milledge Road, Augusta, GA 30904. We require authorization to process a background check for all volunteers. Signature of the completed volunteer application provides this authorization.
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WHAT DO MY DOLLARS DO?
Ready for a GREAT future? Join a Club today! Our Clubs accept new members year-round. However, space is limited and we fill up quickly so please contact the Club of your choice for membership availability.
You can download
a membership application HERE.
Keep in mind that all required forms must be completed and turned in before youth may begin attending the Club. Any applicable program or membership fees must be paid by money order or online.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA offers rewarding career opportunities to qualified candidates. As a part of the Boys & Girls Clubs team you will be enriching the lives of thousands of youth by providing Club members with a positive role model and implementing high-quality, innovative and exceptional programs- programs that help our community’s youth grow into productive, caring and responsible citizens.
We accept resumes on a continuous basis and will contact qualified candidates by phone or email as positions become available. The following positions are currently available in the CSRA:
Provide safe and efficient transportation services to Club members from school to the Club and other scheduled field trips. A successful applicant will have a high school diploma or G.E.D., current CDL license, clean driving record, and experience operating a school bus. This position is contracted and works 15-20 hours per week during the school year and and 20-25 hours during summer.
Develop and implement lesson plans and activities to expand the academic skills of Club members in classes of up to 10 students. Lead teachers must hold a current Elementary or Middle School in math, reading, or science. School year hours are Monday-Friday 3:00 - 7:00 pm.
Provide supervision and lead activities in education, social recreation, art, computer centers, and sports. Degrees in related fields, certified teachers, college students, or retired educators preferred, applicants with experience in a related field are welcome. preferred or experience in related field. School year hours are Monday-Friday 2:00 - 7:00 pm and 8:30 am - 5:30 pm during summer.
TO APPLY, FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
1. CLICK HERE for an application.
2. Submit the completed application and your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. IMPORTANT: In the subject of your email, include the position you're applying for and your preferred county location: Richmond, Columbia, McDuffie, or Washington.
NO PHONE CALLS WILL BE ACCEPTED REGARDING SUBMITTED APPLICATIONS.
Covers the annual membership fee for 1 low income child.
Provides a child in need with 1 small group tutoring session in reading or math.
Offsets one family's cost of transportation from school to the Club for 1 month.
Fights child hunger by providing a healthy after school snack for over 100 Club members.
Promotes summer brain gain by providing a child with fun, educational activities and field trips during our Summer Camp.
Sponsors a child, providing them with all programs and services including Summer Camp for 1 year.