Looking for fun and enriching activities for your teen? The Y is offering opportunities for your teenager to get involved, learn and have fun through participation in service-learning projects.
For more information, email YTeenLife@ymcahouston.org or call 713-875-7921.
The Junior High Christian Values Conference is a great opportunity for students in grades 7-9.
Y TEEN L.I.F.E. (LEADERSHIP, INSPIRATION, FELLOWSHIP, EDUCATION)
Y Teen L.I.F.E. programs provide opportunities for youth to realize who they are and what they are capable of achieving, while making friends and memories along their journey.
College Readiness Activities
Social & Recreational Activities
Leadership & Service Learning Activities
For more information on a Y Teen L.I.F.E. program near you, please email YTeenLIFE@ymcahouston.org.
Y TEEN L.I.F.E ALUMNI NETWORK SCHOLARSHIP
The Alumni Network group's goal is to raise $1,500 annually to give back to graduating seniors enrolled in YMCA teen programs. The funds will aid students who embody the Y’s core values (respect, responsibility, honesty, caring and faith), who exemplify a spirit of service and who are committed to learning.
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YMCA YOUTH & GOVERNMENT
YMCA Youth & Government is a national program of the YMCA that involves thousands of teens nationwide in state-organized model-government programs. Students from every corner of the U.S. have the opportunity to immerse themselves in experiential civic engagement and to, quite literally, practice democracy.
Youth & Government students gain confidence; leadership skills, develop the art of public speaking and the ability to accept defeat without discouragement. They learn to organize ideas clearly, concisely and persuasively. Students have a better understanding of the workings of the government; foster an understanding of other's problems and understand the concept of unity as it applies to the political process.
The purpose of the YMCA Teen Achievers is to assist youth and teens in preparing, pursuing and achieving post-secondary education (college, university, technical education or armed forces) and career goals of their choice.
YMCA LEADERS CLUBS
Leaders Clubs help develop youth ages 12 to 18 as leaders while fostering a culture of service. With adult advisors, teens have role models and mentors who can have a positive impact on their lives as they grow in their desire and ability to be a positive force in the community.