GREAT FUTURES START HERE: INSPIRING TUCSON TEEN WINS BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF AMERICA’S PACIFIC MILITARY YOUTH OF THE YEAR HONOR AND SCHOLARSHIP.
MiKayla Snyder was selected at local level for the Boys and Girls Club local Fine Arts Exhibit in April, her print "Blue Flower" won and went on to Regional level. Approximately 1500 youth participated in the Boy and Girls Clubs of America Fine Arts Programs each year. Only 254 art pieces were selected to compete at the national contest level 37 finalists were selected to represent BGCA national winners.
After winning regionals Mikayla's Print "Blue Flower" went on to the Boys and Girls Club of America Fine Arts Exhibit at the Nationals level. Congratulations!
Tae Kwon Do At the DM Youth Center
Monday and Wednesday nights. We currently have openings for: Intermediate (ages 9-12) 6:30-7:30pm Adv. (ages 12-18) 7:30-8:30pm Cost: $35.00 per month Call 228-8844 for more information.
What We Offer:
Aviation - designed to give attendees an experience that will help them determine if aviation or the AF Academy ia a career choice.
Leadership - provides youth what university life is like while developing their leadership skills.
Space - Youth will experience, imagine and interact through space shuttle mission simulation, tours of the center and a chance to witness the everyday challenges faced by astronauts.
Please contact the Youth Center for forms and further information. Criteria may be different for each camp. Applications should specify camp preference.
- Youth Summer Camp Memo
- Summer Camp Nomination Form
- Teen Aviation General Information and Instructions
- Teen Aviation Camp USAFA Familiarization Exam
- Teen Aviation Camp Verification and Interview Form
- Space Camp Information Form
- Teen Leadership Camp Information Form
The purpose of the Keystone is to create high standards of health, education, character and citizenship in order for teens to develop into responsible, productive adults."Keystoning" offers teens the opportunity to: develop and use leadership skills, contribute to the community through service and volunteerism, foster understanding and respect between groups and individuals, learn life skills and information for living a responsible, fulfilled life, understand and participate in our free enterprise system through fundraising activities; enjoy fellowship and develop self-confidence; participate in local and national Boys & Girls Club Programs.
The Torch Club
The Torch Club is a nationally chartered Boys and Girls small group leadership and service club for youth ages 9-12. The Torch Club is a powerful vehicle through which club members can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to club and community, education, health and fitness and social recreation. Through the guidance of caring adults who mentor and empower them, torch members develop the essential character traits of responsibility, respect for self and others, trustworthiness, fairness and caring. They also learn leadership skills that help them influence others in a positive way
Youth Sponsorship Package:
Are you coming to Davis-Monthan AFB? Did you just arrive? We are excited you are coming here or already arrived. Our youth sponsors are here to welcome you and help you make this your home. You can check out our Youth Sponsorship Package or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Employment Skills (YES) Orientation. This program is for teens that are 14 years old and will be freshman in High School. The YES program is an on-base volunteer program for high school students of Active Duty Air Force members, assigned to D-MAFB. The YES program is a joint effort between Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) and the Air Force Services to offer high school students an opportunity to learn valuable work skills, ‘bank” dollar credits toward their post-secondary education, and have a positive impact on their base community. YES allows high school students to “bank” $4 in grant funding for every hour volunteered in an on-base function. Students may accumulate as much as 250 hours over all 4 years of high school for a potential maximum of $1000 toward their future vocation-technical or academic endeavors