Teen and Family Programs
The Y offers a safe environment where parents and children can communicate, cooperate and care for each other. Special family nights and days provide a forum for spending valuable time together in a welcoming environment.
Serving families has always been at the heart of YMCA work. As the needs of families change and become more complex, many Ys are assuming a greater role in helping families navigate social, economic and educational challenges. YMCA programs differ from neighborhood to neighborhood, but the fundamentals remain consistent nationwide – YMCA programs and services are designed to ensure that every family can build stronger bonds, achieve greater work/life balance, and become more engaged with their community. The support provided by YMCAs helps families learn, grow and thrive --- together.
Teen Leaders Program
Join the TEEN LEADERS CLUB at the Jefferson County Family YMCA! Work as a team and take part in experiences that allow you to grow as an individual. Attend Rallies and Central Leaders School and volunteer with YMCA programs.
The Leaders clubs are a great way to learn and grow. This program teaches teens such things as responsibility, leadership, respect for others, and the value of friendship.
WHAT IS A TEEN LEADER?
Any youth that meets the following requirements:
• Between the ages of 12 and 17
• Maintains a 2.5 GPA
• Does 7 hours of community service monthly
For questions or more information, contact Calvin Dantley at 636.931.9622 ext. 248
Click here to download the Teen Leaders registration form!