Presenter/Emcee: The presenter will be responsible for welcoming students/guest attendees via Zoom, as well as introducing the event agenda and featured activities.
Project Leader (Elementary School): The project leader will be responsible for coordinating and leading the science project in the Elementary Breakout room. They will be the primary instruction giver.
Project Leader(Middle School): The project leader will be responsible for coordinating and leading the science project in the Middle School Breakout room. They will be the primary instruction giver.
Cheerleaders/Encouragement Team (2): "Cheerleaders" will be high-energy volunteers/spectators that go between projects to offer support or encouragement and students! These volunteers could move from room to room.
Project Support Volunteers (2): The project support volunteer will assist the project leaders with their tasks and coordination in their respective breakout rooms.
1. Build Your Own Car 2. Diet Coke vs Diet Sprite 3. Build Your Own Circuit
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson
1950 E. 220th Street, Suite 207, Carson, CA 90810, US
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
The Club was created as a result of concerned and dedicated community individuals. In 1989, 15 board members of community leaders identified the need for quality after school programming for youth in the City of Carson. Bounded by Harbor City and Wilmington, where gang injunctions were passed by the City of Los Angeles, the threat of gang activity, rising high school drop out rates, and lack of resources for youth became the impetus of the creation of the Club. In 1991, the Boys and Girls Club of Carson obtained non-profit status. The following year, the Club opened its doors to 100 eager boys and girls.
Today, we serve over 800 youth a day from ten sites throughout the City of Carson, Compton and Watts/Willowbrook - two elementary school sites (Bonita Street Elementary and Towne Avenue Elementary), four middle school sites (Carnegie Middle School, Stephen White Middle School, Markham Middle School and Muir Middle School) three high schools (Carson High School, Leroy Locke High School and King Drew High School), and our Main Street Clubhouse in Carson.
Last year, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Carson served over 2,100 youth (from ages 6 - 18 years old) from the City of Carson - 48% in elementary school, 22% in middle school, and 29% in high school. The majority of the youth we serve (87%) are eligible for free or reduced lunch. They represent the City of Carson's diverse population - 39% Hispanic, 32% African American, 20% Asian, 1% Multi-Racial, 2% Caucasian, and 6% Other.
Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Fri Apr 23, 2021
03:00 PM - 06:00 PM
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
April 6, 2021
Math / Science Instruction
Must be at least 18
One-Time Volunteer Form (will receive after confirming interest with firstname.lastname@example.org)