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We are continually striving not only to meet the needs of our Club Members, but also the needs of our youth development professionals. The Employee Handbook explains our personnel policies and benefits, as well as the specific opportunities and responsibilities that exist for you within our organization. In an effort to respond to the needs of a growing organization, changes or additions to our Handbook will be made when necessary. Please click the links below to view our handbook and other important documents.

Employee Handbook

Payroll Calendar 2020

Calendar of Events 2020

Benefits Summary

Prior to attending an orientation, new Team Members must:

    • Sign the offer letter.
    • Sign the background authorization form.
    • Get fingerprinted:
      • BGC processes all applicants through the LiveScan system. We have partnered with the Santa Rosa Police Department, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department and the Juvenile Hall to offer these services at no cost to you. Please call or email Michael Becerra at with days and times that you are available to schedule your fingerprinting appointment. Note: Please contact your Program Director if you are a volunteer or intern looking to be fingerprinted.
    • Provide negative TB test results (Program Coordinator, Program Director, and Area Director Positions only).
    • Schedule and pass the Instructional Aide exam (Program Coordinator, Program Director, and Area Director positions only, and waived if you hold an AA or higher).
    • Download and read the Employee Handbook

Checklist for Orientation

  • Once you have completed and submitted all compliance items, you will be scheduled for an employee orientation. At orientation on your first day of employment you must provide documentation showing your identity and authorization to work. Documents must be original, and you can find examples of acceptable documents to bring to orientation here