Become a Volunteer and Make a Difference!

Step 1:

If you are new to the program attend a volunteer orientation. (Dates are listed below)

Step 2:

Download the application below. Once you have completed  ALL PARTS of the application (Exhibit D must be notarized) please email it to Zach at zach@thefirstteedenver.org.

step 3:

Fill out the background check emailed to you through the Sterling background check system.

step 4:

Once the background check is cleared you must attend a mandatory observation day for the program you are interested in volunteering in.

Upcoming volunteer orientation dates:

If you are able to attend please RSVP to drew@thefirstteedenver.org

October 10th @ Holland and Knight Law Firm from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

November 14th @ Holland and Knight Law Firm from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Expectations

    • If you contact The First Tee of Denver you will receive a response back within 48 hours, during the work week.
    • Applying to volunteer doesn’t mean that the program will be going on at that time. You may have to wait for a period of time before your specific program starts.
    • Processing the background check and application can take weeks, please be patient.
    • If you sign up for a program the expectation is that you will be there for every class. (This will typically be a 6-8 week commitment, and will normally be 1-3 hours a week.)
    • Not all applicants will be accepted at the time that they apply, if you aren’t accepted you will be placed on a wait list.

Click Below to become a First tee of denver volunteer today!

Download Application!

 

Ways to volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities Locations Days/Times Time                    Commitment Role
Read ‘n’ Swing Varies Always for one hour in the after-school window                  (typically beginning 3:00 or 4:00) 1 hour per week for 6 to 8 weeks Read and teach golf skills to    students
Advanced Golf Programming (Birdie Classes) Wellshire, Willis Case, Overland Sunday Morning or Monday Afternoon 1-2 hours per week for 4-6 weeks Help teach advanced golf skills to students
Tournament Walkers Varies Monday and Tuesday afternoons in the summer

Par 3 –   1.5-3 hours;

9-hole –   2.5-4 hours

Walk along with tournament groups and help with pace of play and any other questions
In-School P.E. Varies Monday-Friday during school hours 1 hour to full day Help teach basic golf skills to P.E. classes
Events                                           (Ex. Adult tournaments,            golf expo, kids one day clinics) Varies Varies Typically 4-8 hours Varies
Committee Member Varies Varies Typically 1-2 hours per month Serve different roles on a        committee to help improve      The First Tee
Administrative Work The First Tee of Denver office or from home Varies Varies Tasks can range from database entry, help with website and social media, marketing, etc.