Work less, explore more! Volunteering at Estes Park Center is one of the best experiences you can give to yourself. Our volunteers are essential in supporting our Mission. In exchange for our volunteers’ time, we make sure that all volunteers have ample time to enjoy everything we have to offer. For as little as 24-28 volunteer service hours (depending on season), volunteers receive free lodging, and meals, along with access to most activity benefits and facilities.
We have a dazzling amount of volunteer opportunities that suit a variety of interests and skill levels.
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Drug/Alcohol Policy: We have a zero tolerance policy for alcohol or drugs on property; in addition, no drug use is tolerated (including marijuana) during your employment with us whether on- or off-duty.
If you want to use marijuana, please don’t apply to volunteer for us.
*Special Opportunity: Your Story is Our Story!*
Volunteers are one the greatest resource we have! Each year at YMCA of the Rockies, hundreds of volunteers enrich our guests’ experience through time spent both on and off property. The Philanthropy Department has a variety of volunteer opportunities available and we’re especially excited to share this one with you!
Do you have a passion for taking photos? We are looking for friendly, outgoing people to help share our Y’s story by taking photos of guests. If you’re interested in hearing more about this project, please contact Joanna Riffelmacher, Annual Campaign Director, at email@example.com for more information.
For youth development
To promote youth development, YMCA of the Rockies offers day camp and overnight programs that enable kids to learn, grow and play together. While kids are at camp,parents have time to themselves and kids have the opportunity to create healthy relationships with their counselors and peers in a supportive and nurturing atmosphere.
For healthy living
To promote healthy living, YMCA of the Rockies offers miles and miles of hiking, biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails on our properties. Adventure programming, sports facilities, outdoor education and youth conferences all add to our youth development focus. The Program Departments’ varied offerings include group and family activities to engage guests’ entire spirit, mind and body.
For social responsibility
To promote social responsibility, YMCA of the Rockies is committed to diversity and respect for all people by utilizing more than 50,000 volunteer hours every year, hosting more than 2,500 outdoor education students to instill in them stewardship of our earth, promoting global awareness through the international trainee program and supporting the Chaplains Departments’ religious education programming for youth and adults. Additionally, YMCA of the Rockies endeavors to operate its centers in an earth-friendly fashion with active recycling programs, sustainable architecture in new construction and active natural resource management plans.