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What is it like to work at BGCG?

BGCG is committed to providing meaningful work experiences for its diverse community of employees. Members of the BGCG staff are actively committed to creating and sustaining an environment that is safe, innovative, and inclusive. We invite candidates who are dedicated to ensuring outstanding after-school experiences for children and youth to join the finest youth-serving movement in the nation. 

All applicants are subject to pre-employment background checks.


Training for Summer Camp Employees
Thursday, June 6 from 6:00-7:30pm at St. Roch 
Thursday, June 13 from 6:30-7:30pm at Camp Simmons

Training for Summer Camp Minor Employees 
Thursday, June 20 from 4:00-8:00pm at Greenwich Library

  • Part time employees in these positions are responsible for assisting in organization, supervision, and implementation of After School Care for elementary or middle school aged youth in accordance with safety standards set forth by the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich between the hours 3:00-6:00pm Monday-Friday.

  • A counselor works closely with a small team to supervise a group of up to 25 youth ranging in age from 6-12 years-old. Ensures a fun, safe, and positive camp experience for campers. A counselor manages behavior issues, plans activities, and participates in all Camp activities while promoting positive character development. Camp counselors are the center of the camper’s experience and should be comfortable working with youth and being a role model at all times.

  • The Events Coordinator is responsible for assuring the successful achievement of fundraising goals for all of the Club’s special events. This position will be responsible for planning, developing and implementing the fundraising plans of all major events including the Youth of the Year Dinner, Annual Benefit, and Golf Event. Additional cultivation events include the Annual Board Dinner, Thanksgiving Feast and Pancake Breakfast.

  • The Front Desk Receptionist is responsible to cover the front desk and provide clerical and administrative support to the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich. The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic team player and multi-tasker who enjoys being around youth of all ages.

  • A lifeguard is responsible for supervision, control, and safety in and around the swimming pool during all programs. In addition, a lifeguard should possess a high degree of safety consciousness accompanied by a mature understanding that his/her primary objective should be the prevention of accidents.

BGCG By The Numbers

  • Members Served


  • Volunteer Hours


  • College Scholarships Given


  • Programs Offered


We offer grateful thanks to our major supporters
  • Greenwich United Way
    Greenwich United Way
  • stone point
    stone point
  • Citadel
  • Taco Bell Foundation
    Taco Bell Foundation
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