Volunteer or Mentor
There are many different types of volunteers. Your skill set, interest and enthusiasm can easily be matched for a short or long term volunteer position. Whether you have specialized skills, love to be around kids, or want to help in the office, there are many opportunities within our Clubs to volunteer.
Many different programs are conducted each day at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County. While specific experience is not necessary, we encourage college students to get involved in volunteering and can match your particular field of study to a respective program. Read more about our programs to see how you can be a pivotal part of the team.
Ask us how YOU can make a difference!
A mentor is someone who participates in a young person's life and shows that they care.
A mentor can give youth a different perspective of the world.
A mentor helps create opportunities to enable better life choices.
A mentor can help prevent at-risk youth from becoming involved in delinquency and help them change their lives for the better.
Mentoring has been shown to improve youth's self-esteem, behavior, and academic performance.
Join BGCAA's Mentoring Community and help change, or even save, the life of a child. The commitment is one hour a week during Club Hours (after school during the academic year or during the day in the summer). We ask that Mentors commit to the program for a minimum of three months.
BGCAA's Mentoring Program is supported by OJJDP ~ The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
For more information about Volunteer or Mentoring opportunities please email Volunteer@bgcaa.com or call 410-263-2542.
To get started...
All volunteers and mentors are required to fill out a Volunteer Application. A background check will be required.
Volunteers are required to participate in Volunteer Orientation prior to starting.
Thank you for helping us change young lives.