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Orientations held Monday – Friday, 6 pm
at all four youth centers.
Youth Centers are open 1200-2000,
Monday - Saturday
Middle school and teen programs to include activities, events, and projects that are age appropriate.
The following is just a sample of what we can offer your youth:
Teen Extreme Leadership Camp
March 16-20, 8:30 am - 5 pm
6th-12th grade, Montague Youth Center 254-553-7662
|Each center has a designated area where teens may learn or practice computer skills.
Youth Tech Labs play a dynamic role in daily club activities such as Club Tech, a Boys and Girls Club of Americas specialized initiative program. Through Club Tech's curriculum, members can learn basic computer skills and also introduce them to more advanced computer skills like digital movie making, music making, photography, graphic design and web development.
After school, youths can also access the labs for homework and Internet surfing. Parents can be reassured that each tech lab is protected by, CYBERsitter, a content filtering software that complies with the Children’s Internet Protection Act. Each user will be taught safe Internet skills before accessing any of the lab's computers.
|Teens may join the Middle School Keystone and Torch Clubs or the High School Teen Supreme Club. These clubs help teens learn and practice leadership skills. Club members assist staff in making rules, planning programs, decorating centers, provide community service, and evaluate teen programs and services. Middle School and High School teens have opportunities to have their voice heard by community command leaders; High School teens have opportunities to represent Fort Hood teens at forums and boards held throughout the United States. All trips are free of charge. Teens within the leadership program have opportunities for college scholarships and grants.
|Various clubs are offered to support individual special needs, such as the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the 4-H Clubs. These clubs curricula include Smart Girls, Passport to Manhood, Fitness Authority, Sewing, Photography, Arts & Craft, Gardening, and Better Living for Texas. Teens within clubs have competitive opportunities throughout the year. i.e. scholarships, MYOY, etc
|Teen Sponsorship helps relocate youth to become familiar with their new home at Fort Hood and assists teens when moving to a new post. Each quarter a Hail & Farewell event is held.
Youth Centers are always looking for new teen sponsors. To participate please email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Child and Youth Services P&OS Office at Bldg 121, 761st Tank Battalion Ave. Room 150, Fort Hood, TX 76544
|Workforce Preparation helps teens prepare for youth employment and future careers. Middle School teens can participate in the Career Explorations Program. High School teens can participate in the Workforce Prep program. Teens may become an apprentice through Workforce Prep and gain valuable experience and awards, suitable for college scholarships or grants. more...
|Educational Assistance- The MS/T program has certified teachers available to assist teens with homework and assist them with finding college scholarship & grants. Teens have fun, educational special activities offered. Our teachers help parents and teens enroll and be part of our Project Learn Program.
|Centers offer a wide variety of social activities, game rooms, and social areas. USDA Snacks are provided at no charge to all CYSS members Tuesday - Saturday.