Volunteering is a great way to contribute to your community and learn more about what we do here at YWCA Greater Green Bay. Interested potential volunteers contact Member Services at 920-432-5581.
Child Care and Learning Center
The YWCA Child Care and Learning Center offers state licensed care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years in a family-like atmosphere. The YWCA believes that a child's early years play a critical part in his or her overall development. Daily lessons are carefully planned to provide an environment for children to develop and learn through creative play, age-appropriate materials, and teacher support and guidance. Volunteers assist YWCA teachers in a variety of capacities, as well as provide enrichment for the participants.
Aquatics and Health & Fitness
Our fitness department contributes to the well being of YWCA members by leading them through safe and productive exercises in a fitness class. This can include swimming, yoga, dance, gymnastics and other fitness activities. Volunteers can help people grow in many ways that are consistent with the YWCA’s mission of building body, mind and spirit.
Special Events, Programs, and Initiatives
Volunteers play a significant role in the success of YWCA's unique and exciting special events, programs, and initiatives. Opportunities can include participating on one of the YWCA committees, assisting with administrative duties, or participating the day of an event.
Women's Empowerment Center
Established in 2013, the YWCA Women's Empowerment Center seeks to empower women of all economic backgrounds by helping them find sustainable employment. It seeks to have women thrive in the workplace through successfully building of life skills. Women have the opportunity to connect with existing community services including technical training, computer literacy, financial understanding, resume development, interviewing skills, counseling and mental health services, and dressing for success.
In addition, tailored mentoring services are available to help women interact with other local successful women. These life coaching sessions engage women in conversation about what it takes to succeed and advance in their career field. By partnering with local agencies, the YWCA can help women navigate the maze of opportunities available within the Brown county area. All of the Women's Empowerment Center services are available free of charge and can be used to receive credit for required W-2 hours approved through the WI Job Center.
The YWCA offers a variety of programs for children ages 5 to 12. Our school age programs provide learning through play opportunities, homework help, service learning projects, gross motor play in our gym or at nearby parks, on-site weekly swimming lessons, field trips, STEM/STEAM, and more. Volunteers have the opportunity to provide enrichment for the participants by leading a class in the YWCA TechGYRLS program or assisting teachers in one of the other YWCA youth programs.
As a volunteer you would assist the leading staff member on tasks around the building. This allows the YWCA to continue providing excellent customer service to YWCA members.
If interested, please fill out the this volunteer application and bring it to Member Services. Thank you for your support.