The NBGC Youth Leaders are the backbone of our organization, open to youth who are in 7th or 8th grade and at least 13 years old. The Youth Leaders will be responsible for working counter, helping with the After School Programs, as well as learning to scorekeep and officiate all of the sports offered at The Clubhouse. But Most importantly, they will be role models for the youth that attend our programs.
The Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club will be taking applications for Spring 2016 Leader Candidates. If you are 13 years old or older and think you have what it takes to make a great Leader please contact Lily Lebron at email@example.com
The Leader Program is what NBGC is all about! The youth leader team is comprised of 13-25 year old leaders & staff who are responsible for the day to day operations offered by NBGC. This group of dedicated young people facilitate all athletic, social and educational programs. Individually they bring to the Clubhouse a variety of strengths that collectively make an AWESOME TEAM!
Benefits to the NBGC Leader Program
1. Community accountability / responsibility
2. Hands on experience and job training focusing on soft skills and leadership
3. Performance based stipends for youth
4. Access to a pool of Scholarship dollars yearly
Parents please do not contact Lily,the first steps to Leadership is to take initiative. Please allow the teens to do that if they want this opportunity.
Young people should stop into the Clubhouse to talk to Lily Lebron or pick up an application with Lily. All applicants put complete 20 hours of volunteer service prior to the start of the program to be considered for the opportunity.
High school students can visit After School Matters to apply for an internship at NBGC during the Summer, Fall and Spring.
Any adults interested in any of the Staff positions should send their resumes to Bonnie Werstein firstname.lastname@example.org
Leaders In Training (L.I.T) are ages 10-13, who want to one day become Youth Leaders. They are responsible for helping the current Youth Leaders and Staff by cleaning, helping in the office or helping kids in the younger groups. Young who are interested in becoming a Leader in Training should discuss the opportunity with a staff member.
High school students are encouraged to fulfill their Service Learning requirement of
40 hours volunteer service at NBGC. Have fun, make new friends and be someone the
younger kids can look up to. Please contact Candice Werstein at 773-463-4161 ext 110 or email@example.com
Volunteer your time and coach a team, help a student with their homework, or start up a
new program. Your time is a precious commodity that makes a difference in the life of
a young person. Please contact Candice Werstein at 773-463-4161 ext 110 or firstname.lastname@example.org >