Education & Leadership

Anaheim Achieves After School Program Volunteer
Anaheim Achieves After School Program Volunteer

Qualifications/Duties: Must be at least 16 years old. Volunteers will serve as role models and extra support for the students and staff working on academics and clubs. Volunteers will help kids and teens improve skills in: Performing/Visual Arts (dance, drama, choir, art & crafts, music appreciation, sketching), Life Skills (budgeting, cooking, sewing, etiquette, chess), Nutrition (health, wellness), Physical Education/Recreation (cheerleading, organized sports, game leadership)

Commitment: Minimum of 1 hour per week.

Hours:  Monday-Friday, 2:00-6:00pm (flexible hours), year round

Locations: Anaheim Elementary School District, Magnolia School District, Savanna School District and Anaheim Union High School District. (46 school sites)

STEM- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Volunteer
STEM- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Volunteer

Qualifications/Duties: Must be at least 16 years old. STEM- a program intended to encourage the study of science and mathematics. STEM volunteers should have a love for science and experience is preferred, but not necessary.

Commitment: Minimum of 1 hour per week.

Hours:  Monday-Friday, 2:00-6:00pm (flexible hours), year round

Locations: STEM programming is implemented through Anaheim Achieves programs and day camps.

Early Learning Readiness Volunteer
Early Learning Readiness Volunteer

Qualifications/Duties: Must be at least 16 years old. Experience in the field of early child development and education is preferred, but not required. The Early Learning Readiness Program volunteers work under the direction of the ELR facilitator to assist in providing school readiness activities for children and their caregivers.

Commitment: Minimum of 4 hours per week.

Hours:  TBD

Locations: TBD

Youth & Government Volunteer
Youth & Government Volunteer

Qualifications/Duties: Must be at least 18 years old. This unique 6 month program allows teens to experience democracy first-hand. Volunteers help teen participants learn more about our governmental process, discuss current state issues, writing bills and more!

Commitment: Minimum of 1 hour per week (September – February)

Hours:  Tuesday evenings

Locations: YMCA Main Office

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