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Community Service Coordinator

Berggren, Julie
Athletic Director, Community Service Coordinator, Link Crew Advisor, Varsity Softball Coach

Volunteer at the YMCA

Complete community service hours by volunteerring  at the YMCA in Gilroy. They offer a wide range of opportunities for you!

 

  • Office clerk assistant
  • Referee on weekends
  • Coaching a youth League
  • Tutoring, Mentor, play sports, help complete projects in the After school program at the following schools in Gilroy:

Ø       Antonio Del Buono Elementary

Ø       Rucker Elementary

Ø       Las Animas Elementary

Ø       El Roble Elementary

Ø       Brownell Middle

  • Promoting Health and Wellness

Contact:

Andrea Nicolette

Program Director, YMCA / GUSD Power School

408-762-6018 or anicolette@ymcasv.org 

Community Service Information

Upcoming Events!

Help with childcare while parents attend Parent Project Meetings at the Gilroy Senior CenterM

Call or email: David Betz--(408) 573-3067 david_betz@sccoe.org

Volunteers Needed

The GHS Athletic Department is looking for volunteers to work at various home athletic events beginning September 14.

Jobs include:

  • selling tickets
  • monitoring parking
  • providing crowd control
  • Scorekeeping
  • Announcing

Contact Athletic Director Julie Berggren if you are interested.

Party in the Park Seeks Volunteers

Party in the Park on July 11 and August 8, 2014.

Volunteers needed ALL THREE DAYS for:

  • setup 4-6pm
  • registration table 5-9pm
  • parking attendants 5-7pm 
  • take down and clean up  9-10pm

please contact Art Barron at (408) 315-0854 or email: art@youthall.org

Ongoing Events

Gilroy Gardens

Opportunities Available year round!

Contact: 

Eva Trenberth 408-840-7140 

Maintain-a-Drain

An all year activity with a multi-year commitment. For more information, contact 846-0460

 

Strorm Drain Stenciling

A great group activity that can be done all year round depending on the weather. For more information, contact 846-0460

 

Monterey St. Clean-up

Sponsored by GHS ASB.

Be a part of the City of Gilroy's Adopt-a-Spot Program and help keep Downtown Gilroy clean.

Meet @ the Dragonfly Cafe, 5th & Monterey

NEXT DATE: TBD

 

Gilroy Demonstration Garden--7360 Eigleberry

Every Wednesday and Saturday 10-1

Help water the plants and tame the weeds!

Tools and Gloves provided!

All VOLUNTEERS are welcome and appreciated!

 

Cuddly Critters, Hollister, CA

 Contact: Sue Foster 831-637-1336

Cleaning animal pens, changing bedding, scrubbing food bowls

 

Perfect Fit Equine Rescue

a rescue organization that gives new homes to unwanted/neglected horses

Contact: Laura 408-843-6382.

 

Town Cats

Morgan Hill

Weekly in the afternoons and evenings

Weekends 8-1/5-7

http://www.towncats.org/volunteer  


 

Service Learning Opportunity

CURRENT SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

A range of service learning opportunities are available to high school students depending on their interests,

personal talents, and the amount of time they wish to dedicate. The three major areas of service learning include

youth empowerment, journalism, and nonprofit operation:

1. Engaging middle school students with mentoring, study, sports, and arts.

2. Journalism; taking photographs, writing articles and newsletters, interviewing people.

3. Research and administrative tasks associated with the operation of a nonprofit organization.

FURTHER IINFORMATION

Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department

Go to parkhere.org and follow the Volunteer Here link or call the Parks Volunteer Program Office at 408-355-2254 or email at volunteer@prk.sccgov.org