Job & Volunteer Opportunities
For individuals aged 19+
Spend each day making a positive a difference in the lives of Abbotsford’s youth! Take the lead at one of our Youth Centres, participate in creating the programming and assist in guiding our team of youth workers. Build relationships with the youth, be the person that youth know they can count on to be there every day and help to create a youth centre community where youth can thrive. Also . . . improve your video gaming, pool and ping pong skills ALL while getting paid!
Get paid to ‘hang out’ with youth in our Youth Centres and other programs. Play video games, pool and sports - bake cookies, make crafts and play cards. Sound too good to be true? It’s NOT! But, even better than that, you will also have the opportunity to make a positive difference in our community.
For individuals aged 19+
If you are interested in volunteering at the AYC give us a call. Volunteers can get involved by helping to supervise at drop- in programs such as basketball, hockey, or at our youth centres. Download the Volunteer Application Form and return it to our office. An interview, reference checks and a criminal record check is required to volunteer at the AYC. Contact the AYC at: email@example.com or 604-854-8785 for more information about getting started
We have many opportunities for practicum placements as well. Get involved with any of our programs and or committees; work together with the staff to promote and plan programs and events. Contact the AYC at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-854-8785 for more information about getting started
For youth ages 12 - 18
If you are between the ages of 12 and 18 we have some great volunteer opportunities for you.
(IN)volved is our newest youth volunteer project. Youth can sign up and get connected with many different volunteer opportunities in Abbotsford. The volunteer opportunities range from one-time events such as helping out with community gatherings to on-going positions. For more information about this awesome new opportunity check out our (IN)volved page for more information or send us an email at email@example.com
LEAD is designed to build self-confidence, create positive life skills and develop a sense of responsibility to the community. This is done through fun team building games and activities. LEAD members will take on planning and implementing a BC Youth Week event during the first week of May. LEAD is a stepping stone into our Youth Council group. This program is for youth in grades 9 – 11. For more information about program check out our LEAD page for more information or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Council is a high level leadership program for youth in grades 10-12. Youth Council brings together young people from all of the local high schools to discuss pertinent youth issues, get involved in local projects and participate in community and city committees. This is serious stuff, but Youth Council is also a place where young people will form life-long friendships and have a super fun time in the process. For more information about this volunteer opportunity check out our Youth Council page for more information or send us an email at email@example.com