Few after-school programs have developed strategies for attracting large numbers of teens, especially older and harder-to-serve youth. In response to this need, Madison Square Boys & Girls Club in New York City and Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston participated in a three-year initiative to enhance services to underserved teens. This report documents the successes and challenges the Clubs experienced as the initiative unfolded. They recruited large numbers of teens, involved them in a variety of activities, and provided them with emotional support, leadership opportunities, and programming in two critical areas: academics and job training.
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Title: Increasing Opportunities for Older Youth in After-School Programs
Publication date 2003-01-01
Publication Year 2003
Amy J. A. Arbreton
, Carla Herrera
, boston clubs
, older youth
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