Boys & Girls Clubs of Coastal Carolina


There are three different volunteering categories that you can choose from depending on your individual interests and schedules. For more information, please contact Susan Propst-Olson at 252-222-3007 or complete the volunteer application.

On-Going Volunteers
Interested in an extended commitment of service with the Boys & Girls Clubs? This is the category for you. Contact us about: tutoring, mentoring, coaching and teaching. Our volunteers are a valuable and integral part of the success of our organization and we hope that you find volunteering with us to be a rewarding opportunity. The required documents in order to complete the volunteer application process are as follows:

Download Application Forms
If you prefer to download the application, complete the required documents above by selecting -Volunteer Application and attach the $10 donation and return to your local Boys and Girls Club or mail to the attention of Volunteer Coordinator at BGCCC – PO Box 1514 – Morehead City, NC 28557. When the Background Check is complete and acceptable, you will be contacted to arrange a start date. You will be contacted within 7-10 days upon submission of required volunteer documents and donation.

Short-Term Community Service Assistants
Volunteers interested in working for designated length of time or on a set schedule may volunteer for specific hours as required by a school, university, or other organization.

Corporate Volunteers
Corporate volunteers interested in one-time impact projects such as summer camp clean-up work days, collection drives, wall painting or other tasks may contact us for more specific opportunities.

Potential Activities

  • Mentoring- Participate in a youth’s life and show that they care. They can give the youth a different perspective of the world and help create opportunities to enable the youth to make better life choices.
  • Tutoring & Homework Help- Help students improve their grade by becoming a tutor! Volunteers generally help in this area during our Power Hour Time.
  • Social Recreation Area Volunteer- Answer phones, greet parents, monitor members and activities within the program area, and participate and initiate games with members.
  • Art Program Volunteer- Assist programming staff with art projects, give positive reinforcement while members work on projects, and lead activities when needed.
  • Technology Lab Volunteer- Create creative programs for members using Microsoft word, excel, and other available tools, help member use internet safety, and monitor computer usage.
  • Volunteer Sports Coach/Official- Teach basic rules of the game to youth members, encourage members to participate and excel at the sport, and hold practices and attend games.
  • Administrative Volunteer- Answer phone, greet members, and other general office duties.