From first job to dream job...

Boys & Girls Clubs’ unique approach to workforce readiness prepares youth for success in their first jobs and helps them develop a plan to achieve their chosen careers. 12th-grade Club members are 52% more likely to express an interest in a STEM career as 12th graders nationally.According to Boys & Girls Clubs of America youth outcome data.

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of North and South Carolina and the Carolina Panthers have announced a multi-year marketing partnership, generously underwritten by Transportation Insight, North America’s leading supply chain management firm based in Hickory, NC. The partnership creates a workforce development program for the club’s children and youth. Prior to Panthers preseason and regular season home games, club members will tour Bank of America Stadium to learn about jobs from the box office to concessions to sports medicine and more. After the tour, club members will head to their seats to see the Panthers in action on the field. The partnership supports the workforce development strategy of the Boys & Girls Clubs, which gives children a chance to explore careers, develops essential life skills, and provides opportunities to learn and demonstrate job skills in a real-world work experience.

Career Development Programs

Career Launch

Age 13-18

CareerLaunch prepares teens for the world of careers and work. Through CareerLaunch, Club teens 13-18 years old embark on a journey to explore possible vocations, make sound educational decisions and find success in the world of work.

Junior Staff

Age 13-18

Junior Staff is a small-group program that is both practical and user friendly. It assists Club members ages 13 to 18 in exploring a career in youth or human services, particularly Boys & Girls Club work.