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Begin The Volunteer Process

To begin the volunteer process, please print and complete a Volunteer Application. Please note that notarization is only necessary for volunteers under the age of 18. A pdf reader is required to download and print the application, you can also pick one up from any of our club sites.

An original signature is required for the background check authorization so please return an original copy to the director of the club you wish to volunteer at or mail it to:

BGCCW | Attn: Nikki Sweets
1701 East K Street
Casper, WY 82609

Popular Volunteer Opportunities


Support financial literacy through the Young AmeriTowne: WyoTowne program; an interactive town where students learn skills in business, personal finance, and workplace readiness! Interview students for potential jobs, give a classroom presentation related to a curriculum topic, or assist in the operation of a shop during a Towne day.

Sports Leagues

Coach, referee, or run scoreboards for our many different sports leagues taking place throughout the year. Share your athletic knowledge and help youth develop a lifelong commitment to health and fitness. 

Popular Volunteer Opportunities By Club Location

Popular Opportunities at the Buffalo Club:

  • Cooking Club
  • Jewelry Making
  • Club Unplugged

About the Buffalo Club

Since its humble beginnings in the basement of the Scully Theatre in 2003, the Club is experiencing growth as more children and families are realizing the benefits provided through intentional programming. We run after-school and summer programming for K-12 graders that impact kids in our community.

Popular Opportunities at the Dean Morgan Teen Center:

  • Board/Card games
  • Dungeons & Dragons

About the Dean Morgan Teen Center

Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming Teen Center is a place for all students, located at Dean Morgan in Casper. Come hang out, finish homework, and meet new people!

Popular Opportunities at the Dubois Club:

  • STEM
  • Sports/PE
  • T-Ball Coaches
  • Club Programs
  • Entrepreneurial programs

About the Dubois Club

In January, 2008, Dubois Youth Activities Inc. was established as a 501(c)(3) and later became a chartered branch of the Boys & Girls Club of America. In 2019, the Dubois branch merged with Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming. Designed to give the students a place, a plan and a program beyond what the public-school district offers. Boys & Girls Club of Dubois provides safe, structured, out-of-school and summer activities.

We serve kids elementary children as a partner with Lights On After school and our summer camp. Our after school program, along with our summer camp, serves the middle school and high school population.  We facilitate relationships with Club Members and aim to assist them in developing skills and achieving their goals. Over the past eight years, we have impacted the lives of over 600 youth within our community.

Popular Opportunities at the Glenrock Club:

  • Sports/P.E.
  • STEM

About the Glenrock Club

Converse County and the Town of Glenrock gifted the youth of Glenrock a new building to house the Boys & Girls Club of Glenrock – a place to call our own! This 10,000 square foot building is located at the new Town Square at 100 S. 6th Street in Glenrock.

Popular Opportunities at the Lincoln Club:

  • Photography
  • Sports/PE
  • STEM
  • Arts & Crafts

About the Lincoln Club

The new Lincoln Boys & Girls Club opened its doors for the first time in fall 2015. Located next to the Main Club, the Lincoln Club serves K-6 grades, with an emphasis on early elementary grades K-2. The Lincoln Club has access to the facilities in the new Lincoln Elementary School (formerly North Casper Elementary School) including the gymnasium, playground, art room and music room.

What does an emphasis on early elementary mean?

This means that all elementary ages (K-6) are welcome, although programming at the Club may be focused more toward early elementary to better serve the youth of our community. With close proximity to the Main Club, children and families will be able to choose which Club may better suit their family’s needs.

Popular Opportunities at the Main Club:

  • Plugging Youth Into Their Passions
  • Gardening

About the Main Club

Our Main Club, also known as the Greater Casper Facility, was built in 2005 and is the largest of our five Casper Clubs. We offer a number of field trips throughout the school year, including sporting events, plays, movies, swimming field trips, hiking, running club, and more! Our two gyms provide community space for programs like Home School Physical Education and sports leagues.

Having a commercial kitchen onsite allows us to offer fresh, healthy, nutritious meals and snacks to our members. Each morning, we welcome students from Roosevelt High School for breakfast. Each night, Club members and their families are fed a homemade dinner at no cost.

Popular Opportunities at the Main Club Teen Center:

  • College/Career Readiness
  • Art Skills

About the Main Club Teen Center

Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming Teen Club, located inside the Main Club in Casper, is a place for all teens ages 13-18 to come and hang out while growing as young adults in our many program areas.

Our programs focus on many areas including: character development, leadership, ethics, post-graduation goals, career readiness and more. Our members stay on track to graduate high school with plans for the future. Our teens follow our Formula for Impact, with academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.

Popular Opportunities at the Park Club:

  • Relationships
  • Mentoring

About the Park Club

The Park Club is located in the Park Elementary gymnasium in Casper, accessible through the east-facing doors next to the greenhouse and parent-pickup lane. Because of the close proximity to the Natrona County Bus Hub, students from any elementary school have direct transportation to our facility through the use of the district bussing. A designated Club staff is assigned to escort all transported members from the hub to the Club each afternoon.

Our Club offers a variety of fun and engaging programs designed to keep members academically challenged, physically active, and emotionally supported. Members spend their time enjoying healthy snacks, participating in gym activities, art projects, leadership development, and educational enrichment. We are constantly adapting programs to meet the needs of current members and their families in an effort to provide an optimal Club experience for all youth.

Popular Opportunities at the Paradise Valley Club:

  • Bully Free PV
  • Drama
  • PE

About the Paradise Valley Club

The Paradise Valley Club operates out of the cafeteria at Paradise Valley Elementary in Casper. We have an array of facilities available to us including the library, gym, and playground. Our game room has a kid-sized pool table, bumper pool, foosball table, board games, a hot wheels track, and lots of toys for creative play.

Popular Opportunities at the Verda James Club:

  • STEM
  • Reading/Homework Help
  • Specialty Activities

About the Verda James Club

The Verda James Club is located in the Verda James Elementary cafeteria in Casper, accessible through the east side entrance of the school facing the playground. The Club has access to a large facility including commons, gym, art room, and a stage area for a variety of programs. Verda James Elementary School boasts a large, modern playground which connects to an expansive grassy park and open space for kids to participate in sports and play games.

We serve over 75 youth daily after school, which allows us to get to know and interact with all of our members. We also have a strong partnership with the school staff; including the principal, teachers, and custodians.

Contact Us

Contact us

Main Club
1701 E "K" St.
Casper, WY 82601
Club number: 307.234.2456
Program Support: 307.235.4079
EIN: 23-7060727