Lead Up – Youth Projects
Are you looking to get involved in your community? Are you looking to gain volunteer hours? Do you like completing fun projects? Come join BGC’s Free Youth programs, where you can gain some new skills, explore your talents, and share your awesome ideas. We will be completing fun little projects in our communities, like building little libraries, spreading some kindness with flower pots, and many more. These projects are reliant on your ideas and passions, while staff will help you expand your skills in a safe, supportive environment.
- Cost – Free
- Dates – School District 62 Professional Development Days 12:30pm-6:30pm
- We will schedule a Zoom brainstorming session one week prior to the day we meet in order to create an actionable plan
- Location – Metchosin BGC (3900 Metchosin Rd.)
- Contact – Christian Caille email@example.com
- Will we still be able to spend some time in nature?
- Definitely! Getting outside in the fresh air is really important. We have recreation/free-time time incorporated into our daily program.
- Will there be a Youth Researcher role?
- Yes, there is a BGC Canada info session on Jan 25th which highlights the additional (minimal) leadership tasks this includes. Please contact for more info.
- Do we have to complete budgets or be good at math?
- How you want to be involved is up to you. Staff will support you and the team however it is needed.
- Will you provide a snack?
- We will provide snacks, but please bring a lunch and water bottle.
- Where will this take place?
- BGCSVI – Metchosin Club (3900 Metchosin Rd.), we will coordinate a shuttle van from a central location in the Westshore to pick up students if needed.
Programs for Female-Identifying Youth
Sometimes being a young, female-identifying person is tough. The t(w)eenage years are a time of uncertainty, big questions and self-discovery. At the BGC we understand the importance of providing open-minded, welcoming and safe spaces for female-identifying youth to feel empowered to be themselves. Our programs are led by passionate and dedicated female staff who encourage youth to push their own boundaries, make new friends and learn new skills.
Tweeny But Mighty
Tweeny But Mighty is a program for female-identifying youth ages 8 – 12. Tweeny But Mighty is a fun, supportive, and inclusive space for youth to be on a Friday night. Our program focuses on self-esteem development through friendship, fun, and laughter.
Tweeny But Mighty has moved to Virtual Zoom Meetings. We will have a 5-10 minute catch-up about the week, and then play a virtual game or a pre-planned activity or craft for the remaining time.
This group is a safe space where female-identifying youth experience belonging, build confidence and foster positive relationships with the other female-identifying youth and staff.
Tweeny But Mighty Details