Share Your Career At Lunch Bunch!
Our Lunch Bunch program is a one-time, one-hour career workshop for girls that is delivered over a lunch hour. Lunch Bunch Career Mentors (our volunteers) talk to a small group of 5-10 girls about their personal and professional work experience. Girls share their professional and personal goals, and mentors help girls think through the preparation and education it will require to accomplish them.
For girls, the Lunch Bunch program is a unique opportunity to expose girls to role models that help them to expand their horizons. For volunteers, the one-time, one-hour Lunch Bunch program is a convenient way to tell their story and make a lasting impact on girls.
Our Lunch Bunch programs are delivered at outreach locations in one-time, one-hour sessions. Our programs take place Monday-Friday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. based on our partners. Lunch Bunch introduces volunteers to Girls Inc. programming and prepares them for the commitment of leading a program for girls.
Visit our Find Us Near You page to find a partner location that’s convenient for you!
How Do I Sign Up?
Follow these five simple steps, and you’ll be ready to lead a program for girls!
Apply to be a volunteer
Complete a Girls Inc. questionnaire
- Participate in a Lunch Bunch program!
For help identifying the right volunteer opportunity for you, contact Hazel Owens, volunteer partnership coordinator, at 317.522.2610.
Ready to get started?
Be prepared to provide the names and phone numbers of two personal references, not related to you, that can speak about your work or volunteer experience. In addition, we ask that all of our volunteers submit their social security number at the time of their one-on-one interview so that we can perform a background check.*
Not interested in a Lunch Bunch program? Learn more about leading a program for girls!
Can’t find the time to volunteer? Consider donating.
* All volunteers who will have direct contact with girl clients are required to undergo a thorough screening process before beginning service. All volunteer records are maintained in a locked physical file or password-protected electronic file to protect confidentiality and prevent identity theft.