Tech Lab & Career Center
Check out our career center in the YI Tech Lab:
- Career readiness: local job openings, resume & interview workshops
- Volunteer opportunity and letters of recommendation
- Post-secondary exploration: college readiness & scholarship workshops & campus tours
- mentorship and more...
Youth and Government
Put your values in action. Meet new friends and mentors that will help you learn and grow while becoming familiar with the legislative process, the art of debate, and public speaking. Alongside your peers, the YMCA Youth and Government program will provide you with the opportunity to debate topics and bills that are important to you. Students learn about state government through an experiential process where young people become ” Senators, Representatives, Lobbyists, and Reports. In May, teens take over the Capitol building and debate their own bills! This is a fee based program.
October-May, Wednesdays 6-7:30PM *Meets at Bellevue Y*
Volunteer at KTUB
You can positively impact lives right in your own community with the Y at KTUB. Nearly 10,000 volunteers of all ages help the Y nurture youth, improve health and well-being and assist our neighbors in need.
We value your time and enthusiasm and look forward to creating a fun, fulfilling volunteer experience for you.
Y KTUB volunteers enjoy:
- A wide variety of programs to fit personal interests
- Options for one-time, seasonal and ongoing volunteerism
- Making new friends, networking and gaining experience
How To Begin
To volunteer with the Y, select an option:
- Contact Kalika Curry, KTUB Program Coordinator at KCurry@Seattleymca.org , for more information and to be sent a volunteer application.
- Or visit your KTUB to pick up a volunteer application
Teen Leadership Board
This Youth Advisory Board is a great way to be involved and enhance your leadership and service qualifications. With representation from the teen leaders in the arts, music, cafe, and youth for diversity programs at KTUB, we are seeking youth from diverse backgrounds, schools, and interests to lend their voice and energy to creating the teen culture and opportunities they want to see. With leadership seminars and trainings, field trips, and special events, Teen Feedback is the engine running KTUB and our young vibrant community.
Applications are available now, come into KTUB to pick one up or email DLawrence@Seattleymca.org to recieve one via email.
Get Involved with Friday Feed
Friday Feed is a FREE meal program offered at KTUB every Friday night at 6:00 PM and is open to all young people between the ages of 13-22, regardless of income. While the primary goal of this program is to meet a basic need by providing teens with a well-balanced meal. Friday Feed also strives to collaborate with local groups and organizations to build community, create a culture of social responsibility, and to promote healthy living principles. Some local sponsors include QFC, Kirkland Kiwanis, Kirkland Rotary, Taco Del Mar, Jimmy Johns, The Optimist Group, Peter Kirk Community Center, Nick's Grill and the Sai Group.
Concert Volunteer Program
Want to learn how to run an all-ages show? If you like music and are interested in show management, this will be a good chance for you to learn the ropes. In exchange for your service hours, you will get into the show FREE!
Date: Fridays and Saturdays depending on event schedule.
Teen Service Program
Want to help in the community? Need service hours? We have many volunteer projects both at KTUB as will as partnering with groups and agencies in the local community. Whether it’s packaging meals to send to hungry youth abroad or a park clean-up, we’ve got something for every interest. We also encourage and support your new service project ideas. Come join us in making a difference!