Thinking of Volunteering? This Teen Champion Found the Boys & Girls Club to be Inspirational.

From Volunteering to Inspiring: Nicole Rozier

Nicole Rozier found inspiration for her future career through volunteering. Over summer vacation, this Coeur d'Alene High School senior found her true calling after getting involved with the Boys & Girls Club. Rozier is a two-year varsity Coeur d'Alene swimming team captain, and won district championships in the 100 breaststroke and the 200-yard individual medley. She plans on going to Louisiana State University after high school.

“I’ll probably end up majoring in business or teaching kids,” Rozier said. “Teaching just seems really cool to me. Over the summer, I volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club, and that really inspired me to want to get into something more like that and helping kids.”

Volunteering: How Can You Get Involved?

At the Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai County volunteering is a very simple process. Applying can either be done on an online form or can be done in-person. Volunteers are given a variety of choices to fit their individual interests. Volunteers are able to come to the club, de-stress, and have some fun while fulfilling an important mentorship role in youth's lives.

One small commitment has more impact than you will ever know on a child's life.

Short-term and one-time commitments are available.

For more info you can contact the Volunteer Coordinator - Missy Gill or 208-457-9089 Ext. 202
or simply view our volunteer page below...


Information and Quote Taken from the Following Article:
“Her Own Path in the Pool.” Elliott, Jason. CDA Press, 4 November 2015. Web. 9 November 2015. <>.
Image of Nicole Rozier by Jake Parrish from CDA Press. <>.
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