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After School Drop-In

A core program at Youth One, the after school drop in exists to give youth a safe, fun, empowering and mentoring environment during after school hours.

Program features optional/organized activities, computer lab, art room, mini ramp (skateboarding), climbing wall, table games, concession, daily meal/snack and more.

What a typical drop-in looks like:

  • Volunteers come in for a team meeting 15 minutes before the program starts.
  • Roles within the day are handed out, and any items/announcements for the day are communicated.
  • Doors open for youth at 3pm, here they sign in through our check-in system, or any new youth are registered.
  • 30 minutes after opening, we have a “family meeting” where we go over the 3 golden rules, and let youth know about the planned activities and snacks.
  • After the family meeting, a snack/meal is served, planned activities take place and free time follows.
  • At the end of Drop-In, all volunteers are expected to stay at least 30 minutes to clean and have a debrief meeting.

Volunteer Duties

  • Connect with youth on a relational/mentorship level and supervise/lead the day’s activities and those participating.
  • Within a specific drop-in, you will be trained and given various roles such as new youth registration, snack/meal prep, concession sales, leading activities, front desk check-in and youth engagement (just hanging out with youth!)


  • Volunteers must be 18+


High School/Middle School Drop-ins: Wednesdays and Thursdays (3pm-5:30pm).


Time Commitment

Continuing commitment

Type of Opportunity

Tutoring and Mentoring

Application Type


Other Opportunities with Youth One

Continuing commitment
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Quick info about the program:

  • Provides a free daily lunch for high school students.
  • In partnership with local businesses and food banks, youth receive scheduled hot meals, or grab and go lunches to take back to school.

What a typical lunch program looks like:

  • Volunteers arrive at the scheduled prep time (this can vary depending on the day as some meals are provided by local restaurants, and some meals are cooked in house.)
  • Team has a quick meeting to discuss the day, and gets the meal and space ready for youth.
  • Youth arrive at 11:30am, where they are checked in or registered at our front desk.
  • Meals are served as youth arrive.
  • Youth either take a meal to go, or stay if time and regulations permit.
  • Once all youth have left, the team has a quick debrief meeting, then clean up for the next program to start.
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Looking for volunteers passionate about sports.

If you are into physical activity, this might be for you. But if you don’t, there is a place for you as well supporting the program.

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