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Youth Programs DMAFB

Contact:
(520) 228-8844

Youth Programs Address:
5915 E. Quijota
Bldg. 6000

Summer Hours:
Camp Hours:
Monday-Friday
9 am - 12 pm

Open Rec Hours:
Monday-Friday
12 pm - 5:30 pm

School Year Hours: Mon., Tues., and Thurs:
2:30 pm - 7 pm
Wed: 1:30pm-7pm
Fri: 2:30pm-7pm
(Preteen)
Fri: 2:30pm-8pm
(Teen)


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  • Indoor Soccer Registration Indoor Soccer Registration
  • Volunteer Coaches Needed Volunteer Coaches Needed
  • Youth of the Year 2018 Youth of the Year Andrew Ashbeck
  • Youth Center Youth Center
  • Youth Center Youth Center
  • Youth Center Youth Center
  • Youth Center Youth Center
  • Dang Soo Do Classes Dang Soo Do Classes
     

For more information regarding current programs, call (520) 228-8844

About Us:

Coming Soon

What We Offer:

  • Indoor Gym
  • Craft Room
  • Study Room
  • Computer Training
  • Youth Sports
  • School Age Program
  • Teen Center
  • Clubs
  • Life Skills Training
  • Lock-Ins
  • Trips
  • Dances
  • Contests
  • Art Shows
  • Awards
  • Youth Fitness
  • Power Hour
  • 4-H Programs
  • Boys & Girls Club Programs
  • Job Readiness
  • Talent Contests
  • Presidential Service Award
  • Youth Sponsorship

Summer Camp:

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.

Keystone Club

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 (For Youth Arriving or Departing D-M):

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.

Youth Sponsorship

Davis-Monthan AFB Youth of the Year
2018 Spotlight


Name: Andrew Ashbeck

Andrew is a senior at Sonoran Science Academy at Davis-Monthan with plans to study biology at the University of Arizona.
In his seven years at the club, he has found confidence to reach beyond his comfort zone and has taken on leadership roles.
He is Sgt. Of Arms in the Keystone Club.
He enjoys teen center activities like Triple Play, #WeOwnFriday nights and is a Power Hour tutor for younger youth. Andrew often can be found volunteering in various places throughout the Davis-Monthan community. Andrew aspires to be a Foresnsic Scientist.



Volunteer Activities (Please include activities in the community and at YP/SAP facilities:
Candyland, Breakfast with Santa, Easter Egg Hunts, Keystone Conferences Community Service Project 2016 & 17, Keystone Sergeant of Arms 2015-2017, Stay Connected, Stay Smart, Homework Help, Worldwide Day of Play, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Starry Snowy Southwestern Night, Winter Haven Festival of Lights Food Drive, Passport to Manhood, Pima Animal Shelter, Kick Butts, Lights on After School, Pima Teen Court, 4-H Health Rocks Pre-teen Lock-In, Youth Program Haunted Gym, YP Summer Camp set up, National Night Out.

Favorite activities to do at the Club:
I like to participate in teen cooking activities, volunteer for my community and socialize with the advisors and club members.

How has the Boys & Girls Club impacted his/her life?
The Boys & Girls Club alleviated my social anxiety. When I became a BGCA member, I began to befriend many different people and embark on many adventures to give back to the community. I was also exposed to more public speaking activities, and I gained the ability to speak in front of hundreds of people without stuttering and without anxiety. I also garnered a more adventurous and outgoing attitude. Without the Boys & Girls Club, I would not be who I am today.

Other outstanding achievements: Honor roll all four years of High School, Leadership Awards, Citizenship Awards, Teen of the Month, Teen of the Quarter 2015-2017 ,Bronze ,Silver, and Gold Presidential Service Award, Congressional Award, membership in the National Society of High School Scholars, and Volunteer service awards, Keystone Club Servant Leadership Award.

Sports & Events:

Sports Volunter Paperwork Turned in NLT Sport Season
Basketball October January - March
Baseball/T-Ball December March - May
Indoor Soccer April July - August
Flag Football July October - November

For more information contact Kathy Lozano at 228-8844 or kathleen.lozano@us.af.mil


Volunteer

Volunteer are needed to teach/coach/guide the basic fundamentals of sports.

What sport do you have a passion for?

Do you enjoy teaching youth skills and sportsmanship?

The Davis-Monthan Youth Programs is looking for adult volunteers who are energetic and interested in teaching youth the basic fundamentals of sports.

Due to the required background checks, you will need to apply at least 2 months prior for the sport you would like to coach.

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School Age Program: (520) 228-8206

Address:
5901 E. Quijota
Bldg. 6006

Hours:
Mon-Fri:
6:30am-5:30pm
Sat/Sun, Holidays & ACC Family Days CLOSED


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