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Becoming A Volunteer

Our Club is a non-profit charitable organization, which is supported in part by grants, foundations, business and individual contributions. Most donations are tax deductible and enable our agency to improve and expand our services. If you would like to volunteer your time, make a contribution, or know of a business or individual that would like to make a contribution, please call 714-838-5223 ext 108 to get more information. We need your help to make our Club a success! We have needs in many program areas like homework help, environmental education, sports, the arts, and more!

If you have questions about the process or your application, please contact:

Cindy DeLaTorre 
714-838-5223 x 108 
To become a Club Volunteer please follow these easy steps:
1. Submit a completed Volunteer Application to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin front desk or email it to cdelatorre@bgctustin.org

2. The Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to schedule a brief interview.

3. Undergo a Background Check if selected to proceed (small fee associated). 

4.  Attend a Volunteer Orientation and you'll be ready to commence service and make a positive impact on the life of a youth!

Volunteer Openings

We have a variety of positions available for all those who want to inspire and empower youth to reach their full potential as healthy, productive, caring, responsible citizens. We hope you will join us in creating Great Futures!

Arts & Crafts 
Arts & Crafts Volunteers will help youth get creative by leading a craft or engaging in art making. The arts & crafts can range from painting, up cycling sculpture, collage, clay, knitting, crochet, silk screening, and more! 
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Community Outreach Volunteer
Community Outreach Volunteers will assist the development of the Volunteer Program by tabling at community events, distributing posters, flyers, guidebooks, and brochures,  and other tasks needed.
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Education Center 
Education Center Volunteers will encourage positive study habits through direct homework assistance during the Power Hour homework time. The subject matter typically ranges from 1st to 8th grade.
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Environmental Education Volunteer 
Environmental Education Volunteers  may assist the  in the Creature Care program, the Upcycling club, or lead a fun workshop to inspire members to make a positive impact on the environement.
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Gym & Athletics
Gym & Athletics Volunteers will encourage healthy lifestyles by  facilitating a game, sport, or recreational activity with the goal of teaching kids that staying physically active is fun .

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Little Rascals
Little Rascals Volunteers will assist the kindergarten program during Power Hour homework, basic reading, writing, mathematics, Outdoor Play, lead a fun activity, or help clean and organize toys.
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Music Instructor 
Music Volunteers will teach keyboard and/or acoustic guitar basics for club members with beginner skill levels once a week. The hours of the music program are between 4:00-6:00pm, Mon, Tue, or Thurs.
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Special Events 
Special Events Volunteers will assist club special events as needed by the Volunteer Coordinator. This may include: setting up tables, chairs and or decorations, attendee registration, food service, and clean up.
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Technology Center Volunteer
Technology Center Volunteers will assist club members with their homework, coding program, or skilled volunteers may teach club members coding basics, lead a technology  workshop or science project.
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Teen Programs 
Teen Programs Volunteers may lead  workshops that are teen oriented such as: college & career preparation, writing/poetry, music, science, cooking class, arts & crafts, and more!
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Becoming A Part Of The Team

Job Openings 

We have a variety of positions available for all those who want to inspire and be a positive influence on our members!
Youth Development Specialist 

 Plans, implements, supervises and evaluates activities provided within a specific program area, such as Education, Special Education, Social Recreation, the Arts, Physical Education, Health & Life Skills, and Technology.

Athletics Coordinator

The Athletics Coordinator will provide a comprehensive sports and fitness program for youth ages 5-18 years of age. They will be in charge of developing standards for the athletic program and will establish, promote, market, and expand sports leagues for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin. 

Class B Youth Van Drivers

Will operate a Club van to transport members safely and efficiently to an assigned location using a designated route. Performs related duties as required or assigned by the Transportation manager. Driver must have Class B Commercial License with passenger endorsement with and not limited to a fourteen passenger youth bus.
Please do not call! Email your resume to Antonio Reyes Site Director at areyes@bgctustin.org

Job/Volunteer Forms

Adult Volunteer/Job Application 
Youth Volunteer Application
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