All after-school programs consist of some tutoring, supervising, and distribution of food to students.
Blacksburg MS After School Program
Work with and engage with students who truly need your help, while also supervising.
*Volunteers are able to carpool with other volunteers to and from program.
Prices Fork ES After School Program
Tutor 3rd – 5th grade students at Price’s Fork Elementary School. Teachers are available during the program to assist and answer questions.
*Volunteers require a car to travel to and from this program.
Be a part of the Y’s premier student-led sustainability initiative, helping the Virginia Tech community keep 6 to 10 TONS of gently-used furnishings out of the landfill and affordably into the hands of incoming students who need them. Each year, volunteer student leaders with plan and implement Y-toss Collection in May and the Y-toss Sale in August, to benefit our various programs listed above. Click Here for more information and consider joining our planning team
Alternative Spring Break
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Volunteers get paired with a senior based on their mutual interests. They hang out with seniors at Warm Hearth Village by socializing, sharing craft activities, exchanging stories, and celebrating life. A Warm Hearth volunteer training session is required in addition to the YMCA’s volunteer orientation, in order to be prepared for the special needs of the elderly population. Senior Connections is about building relationships, so we ask volunteers to commit to volunteering weekly for at least a semester, and to attend group activities whenever possible. Your “adopted grandparent” just might become one of your closest friends!
Milee Makwana is our 2022-2023 Senior Connections Program Leader and is looking forward to meeting you!
Our Program Leaders are essential in the functioning of our programs!
Please review our program leader descriptions and contact Outreach@vtymca.org with any questions and to join our team.