volunteer

Opportunities 

At the Ann Arbor YMCA we are committed to strengthening our community. And we can't do it without our member volunteers. Every year, Ann Arbor YMCA members make it possible for the Y to change the lives of kids, teens, adults and seniors in our community. Our member volunteers help us feed our fellow citizens, mentor children and much more. Throughout the year, we offer volunteer opportunities that are available to adult members of the Ann Arbor YMCA. 

For more information please contact Abbey Davis, Teen & Volunteer Director, at adavis[AT] annarborymca.org, or 734 661 8012.

An application for all volunteer opportunities is available here

Current Volunteer opportunities:

Chinese Translator, July 27-31, 2015
Under the direction of the Teen and Volunteer Director, provide Mandarin Chinese translations to youth participating in Ann Arbor YMCA Day Camps.

 

Crocheting for the Community Join us as we give back to the community!  Learn how to crochet or knit and get to know your fellow Y members all while helping those in need. This free volunteer-led program invites both experienced and first timers to create warm and cozy items for individuals in our community.  Help others stay warm this winter and learn something new along the way! Yarn, crochet hooks, and knitting needles will be provided. Volunteers will meet every Friday in the Studio D from 11:00am-1:00pm.

Child Care Activity Coordinator  Help create and lead activities with children from kindergarten through fourth grade. Activities may include craft projects, healthy snack preparation, assist with homework, physical activity exercises and more.

Child Care Story Teller  Pick a story and read it to children in our preschool or school-aged care programs.  You could even dress up to match the story or help plan a craft or snack that works with your theme.

Child Watch Program Assistant The YMCA is looking for fun, dedicated individuals who enjoy working with children and wants to make a difference in their community. By volunteering in Child Watch, you have the opportunity to meet new people and share your skills with children of all ages. 

Child Watch Story Teller Pick a story and read it to children in our Child Watch program.  You could even dress up to match the story or help plan a craft or snack that works with your theme.

Youth Volunteer Corps Team Leader  Interested in making an impact where it counts? Do you have a passion for serving your community?  Are you interested in leading youth on service projects in the community?  YVC would very much appreciate your support and time as we works together to building stronger communities.

Youth Volunteer  Corps

Youth in Government Guest Speaker Youth in Government at the Ann Arbor Y would benefit greatly from learning from local community members who are well versed about our governmental system and how laws are created.