Our Teen Club activities are designed to promote the academic advancement and vocational readiness of our teen members. We also aim to instill a service ethic, and to develop their leadership skills.
Teen Club meets from 5:00pm – 7:30pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Teens partake in hands-on vocational skill-building activities according to their interests, such as graphic design, computer coding, culinary arts, music and video production. Teens explore a range of college and career readiness topics and activities, as well as delve into social issues and topics of utmost concern to themselves. From homelessness and hunger to sex education and dating violence, teens are encouraged to set goals and take action in their lives and their communities. We also engage them in a variety of recreational and cultural activities to support their physical and social development.
Teen members also participate in field trips and recreational activities with members of Kids Club on Saturdays, usually from 10:30am -12:30pm.
If you’re looking to get involved as a student, mentor or parent, please contact:
or call (404) 627-8050
Completed registration packets should be emailed to Program Director, Amechi Okoh at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ll never forget the first little boy I met. He had a book about dogs and I had two dogs at home, so we immediately connected. He seemed so happy to have somebody paying attention to him. That boy is a teenager now and he’s growing into a funny, caring and responsible adult, just like so many of the other kids I’ve met at Kids Club. I’m really proud to have them as my friends.
Michelle Rice, Volunteer