Get involved with your community!

The Club House is always looking for community members who are dedicated and excited to be involved. Whether it is for school credit, or to see how you can get connected, email

How do I apply? 

Volunteer applications are open! 

The link below will open a form that you can fill out. We suggest keeping the volunteer descriptions open while you fill out the application. If you’d prefer to fill out the application in person, pop by during business hours, and we will print one out for you. 

What is expected of me as a volunteer? 

Our volunteers are community ambassadors:

Our volunteers are ambassadors for the community. We expect our volunteers to do their best to facilitate a welcoming and kind environment for our residents. 

What sort of time commitment do you expect from volunteers?

How much time you dedicate to volunteering is flexible. Whether you want to volunteer regularly or are simply interested in a specific event, we are happy to have you! New volunteers must attend a volunteer orientation meeting 1 hour before their first shift. 

What will I do as a volunteer? 

With a bustling Club House, there are plenty of ways to get involved! Volunteers are placed on crews based on preferences, skills, and qualifications. For more information on potential volunteer crews, please read the volunteer crew descriptions.  

Why do children below 12 years of age require supervision? 

We ask all children volunteers to volunteer alongside a supervisor 16+ years of age. The supervisor is our point of contact throughout the shift and is responsible for the child’s overall well-being. 

What are the benefits of volunteering? 

We value and respect the skills, time, and needs of the volunteers at The Club House! The Club House volunteers receive the following benefits: 

  • A volunteer badge 
  • Volunteer appreciation event
  • Their name on the volunteer wall of fame 

Who do I contact if I have questions? 

Please email if you have any questions!

Volunteer Application

Volunteer Crew Descriptions