The School Year Program is the primary service for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County. To accommodate families with the modifications that school districts are making to school hours and education delivery strategies, our Boys and Girls Club will be offering full-day service and provide socially distanced academic space for children to access their virtual classrooms during school hours and non-school hour enrichment opportunities for children ages 5 to 18 in kindergarten to high school. Providing our programs in a safe and engaging environment is a top priority. We work in partnership with each community, school, and family to design the program that meets their specific needs. We draw upon the most effective academic enrichment, physical fitness, nutritional and life skill programs to challenge children and make learning fun. All programs are staffed with trained Youth Development Professionals who will provide academic support and both in-person and virtual high yield learning activities during non-school hours.
* Requirements: 18 years old, high school diploma/GED, 48 college credits or paraprofessional certificate
For more information please call 325-3730 or visit our website at bgclubsofkerncounty.org
Saturday, June 26 8am-1pm
Paraprofessional testing available on site.
Armstrong Youth Center
On spot interview
Opportunity to test
No appointment required.
Walks in encouraged
The Boys & Girls Club of Kern County is looking for talented individuals that have an interest in being part of our youth development team.
The Job Fair will consist of on the spot interviews and paraprofessional testing opportunities for those individuals who may not immediately qualify for the open positions.
Through our performing arts program, our young actors are gaining valuable skills; their talents are being cultivated and cherished; and their final bows are only the beginning of their next big adventure.