Teen Programs

Dexter Johnson
Senior Vice President
Chief Administrative Officer

P 413.206.5529
djohnson@springfieldy.org

 

 

BUILDING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW

Y Teen Leaders Club
Scantic Valley Y Family Center — End Zone
Mondays 5:30-7:30pm
An accepting environment where all teens ages 12-18 are welcome to come to learn more about themselves. We will help them to grow into the leader they desire to be while making friendships that will last a lifetime! Being a Teen Leader allows for engagement in weekly meetings, social events, volunteer events, club fundraisers, weekend leadership conferences, and a week-long leadership retreat in the summer! What a great program to enhance your life and your college application!

Building the Leaders of Tomorrow Flyer

For more information contact  Danielle Krzemien, Leaders Advisor at dkrzemien@springfieldcollege.edu

LEADERS CLUB
Leader’s Club participants meet weekly to discuss club business, upcoming events and community service projects. Values clarification, volunteer service and character building are also part of the program. Teens have the opportunity to visit other clubs, take part in overnights and attend weekend rallies where they will meet with teens from all over New England.

Thursdays – Call Luis Manzi at 739-6951 for more information or lmanzi@springfieldy.org

YOUTH & GOVERNMENT
“Democracy must be learned by each generation” is the motto of youth and government. Participants learn about making a change in their community and follow the process up to an unforgettable weekend conference at the State House in Boston! The program also features three conferences at Massachusetts Colleges to prepare for the end of year event. The program runs October – April and meets weekly beginning in October. Call Luis Manzi at 739-6951 for more information or lmanzi@springfieldy.org

T.A.B. TEEN ADVISORY BOARD grade 7~12
The Scantic Valley Y’s Teen Advisory Board is designed to help teens develop the essential skills of life through commitment, caring,  honesty, respect, responsibility, and understanding. Teens will learn how to make effective decisions, work with a team, explore creative  idea development, gain public speaking skills, and most importantly have fun. Contact Kelly at x3110 To learn more about T.A.B. and how to join.

 

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