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    Programs that offer a wide variety of activities including arts and crafts, academic programs, sports, reading clubs, workshops and other recreational, leisure, cultural, social and civic activities for school-age children and youth in out-of-school hours. The objective of youth enrichment programs is to promote healthy social interaction and help participants maximize their social, emotional, physical and academic potential.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    4-H ClubHands-on learning to teach leadership and life skills through work on projects regarding: agriculture, live-stock, home economics, computers, community development, mechanical science, public speaking, etc.CumberlandPenn State Cooperative Extension- Cumberland CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - South Central
    4-H ClubHands-on learning to teach leadership skills through work on projects regarding agriculture, live-stock, family and consumer sciences, rocketry, mechanical sciences, dog care, and life skills.PerryPenn State Cooperative Extension Perry CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - South Central
    4-H Youth Development Program of Erie CountyYouth development organization.Erie4-H Youth Development Program of Erie County4-H Youth Development Program of Erie County
    Aaron's Acres - School-year Recreational ProgramProvides programs during the school year for children and youth ages 5-21 years with intellectual and/or developmental disabilties. Children ages 5-12: Provide Structured program in which the children can participate in crafts, music therapy, group games, story time and preparing a snack. Siblings ages of 5-12 are also invited to participate in separate activities with other siblings and meet children who are in similar situations while having fun. 2 1/2 hour session held once a month Youth ages 13-21: Adolescents travel into the community and participate in a variety of activities, such as miniature golf, bowling, shopping at the mall and eating a dinner at a restaurant. Session held once a month. Youth ages 12-17 years with high functioning Autism: Group participates in age appropriate activities designed to develop their socialization and communication skills. Session is held once a month. LancasterAaron's AcresAaron's Acres
    AchieveAbility - After-School and Summer Children's ProgramAfter-school and summer children's program are held in one of our local buildings located within walking distance of most of our housing. The program provides : - Children with homework assistance - Arts and crafts activities - Computer instruction - Educational games - Recreational activities - Nutritious snacks - Field trips.PhiladelphiaAchieveAbilityAchieveAbility
    Adamstown Area Library - Library ServicesSystem wide services of the public libraries in Lancaster County include: - Children's programming, summer reading programs - Collections consisting of books, magazines, audio books, large print books, VHS and DVDs for children and adults - Free Wi-Fi - Online computers - Online renewal and reserve service for library cardholders from home computers - Online resources - Reference services - Meeting space for 50 Additional services at this location: - Passport processing (appointment required) - Teen Program - Proctor exams (appointment required) LancasterAdamstown Area LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    African Cultural Alliance of North America - WATREP ProgramChildren Investment Strategy (CIS) after school program serves about 55 youths. The program assist children and adolescents from West Africa make the requisite adjustments in school and communities in America. The program objective is to reduce the risk of school failure which eventually leads to school dropout and ultimately to criminal deviance.PhiladelphiaAfrican Cultural Alliance of North America, Inc. (ACANA) -Philadelphia; KingsessingAfrican Cultural Alliance of North America
    After School Activities PartnershipsProvides after school program opportunities for students at preexisting after school locations.PhiladelphiaASAP/After School Activities Partnerships - Philadelphia; Center CityASAP/After School Activities Partnerships
    After School Program - Clinton County Housing Authority - John Simon Community CenterStudents have access to computers to complete homework and projects. Kids in the Kitchen focuses on health eating and assists them with making recipes. They also participate in environmental awareness activities.ClintonClinton County Housing Authority - John Simon Community CenterClinton County Housing Authority
    After School Program - Clinton County Housing Authority - John Yost Community CenterStudents have access to computers to complete homework and projects. Kids in the Kitchen focuses on health eating and assists them with making recipes. They also participate in environmental awareness activities.ClintonClinton County Housing Authority - John Yost Community CenterClinton County Housing Authority
    Afterschool Program / JohnstownAfter school program offer academic help and drop in fun time.SomersetNew Day Inc. Afterschool Program / WindberNew Day
    After School Programs - afterschoolpgh.orgVisit to search for after school programs, summer camps, etc. in the Greater Pittsburgh area. AlleghenyYouth DevelopmentUnited Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    After-the-Bell - After School ProgramAfter-The-Bell provides a supervised after-school program of recreational, social and academic skill-developing activities for Kennett Middle School students.ChesterAfter-the-Bell - Chester; LandenbergAfter-the-Bell
    All About Character, Inc.Develop leadership skills among youth.ErieAll About Character, Inc.All About Character, Inc.
    Allentown Public LibraryPublic library serves residents of Allentown, Salisbury Township and Northwestern Lehigh School District. 34 computers available for the public to access internet. Children's programs. All residents of Pennsylvania can utilize materials through the ACCESS PA program. Offers summer programsLehighAllentown Public LibraryAllentown Public Library
    Allentown YMCA - CampsSummer Day Camp Programs are available to children, age 5-17. Program runs from mid June to late August. Full day and half day programs are available. LehighAllentown YMCAGreater Valley YMCA
    Annville Free LibraryProvides books and other materials to borrow, programming for all ages, often at no cost, free computer and wifi access. Offer summer programs.LebanonAnnville Free LibraryLibrary System of Lebanon County
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Children's Investment Strategy Summer Program - St. Mary's Interparochial Elementary SchoolSummer program for youth incorporating development activities into daily camp schedule.Philadelphia@ St. Mary's Interparochial Elementary SchoolArchdiocese of Philadelphia
    Arts and Photography - Boys and Girls Club of NEPAWe enable young people to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of visual, tactile, and/or performing arts programs. We help young people to develop self expression and to acquire multicultural appreciation for artistic endeavors. Fine Arts and Digital Photography are amongst the more popular art programs offered. Through these, Club members enjoy learning and experiencing the arts. LackawannaBoys and Girls Club of NEPABoys and Girls Club of NEPA
    Asia Adams Save Our Children Foundation - Youth Enrichment ProgramsThe mission of the Asia Adams Save OUR Children Foundation is to empower children and youth (ages 4-24) to build healthy productive lives through education, advocacy and support. We encourage youth, particularly adolescent females, to improve self-awareness and esteem. OUR programs apply a holistic approach to help develop and maintain mental, emotional, physical and spiritual balance. We provide health education, as well as recreational and cultural programs to develop knowledge, resources and strategies for healthier lives.PhiladelphiaAsia Adams Save Our Children Foundation, Inc. - Philadelphia; GermantownAsia Adams Save Our Children Foundation
    ASPIRA - Hostos After-School Success CenterHostos After-School Success Center serves over 150 students for 38 weeks, 3 hours per day, five days per week at no cost to the families. Programs offered include: - Math & Science - Reading Club - Recreation - Career Development / Life Skills - Self-discovery - Culture, Arts, MusicPhiladelphiaASPIRA, Inc. of Pennsylvania - Phladelphia; OlneyASPIRA of Pennsylvania
    ASPIRA of Pennsylvania - Youth Development ProgramYouth Development Program has been designed to promote the participation of youth in developmental and motivational activities and to provide supportive services necessary for academic success and successful career achievement. Services available include: - To teach youths problem-solving techniques and its relevance to self-development and to organizational development effects on the student population. - To provide concrete career and vocational counseling in determining their future goals. - To institute a series of workshops, lectures and conferences that addresses their Bilingual/bicultural needs. - To create and promote cultural awareness that instills a sense of pride and dignity in youngsters who are ashamed or have rejected their native heritage. - To assist youth in attaining placement in vocational or career oriented employment opportunities and institutions of higher education.PhiladelphiaASPIRA, Inc. of Pennsylvania - Phladelphia; OlneyASPIRA of Pennsylvania
    Bangor Public LibraryPublic library. Call or check website for events and programs. Offers Summer programsNorthamptonBangor Public LibraryBangor Public Library
    Beaver County YMCAProvides health and social services to families and emphasizes the development of four core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.BeaverBeaver County YMCABeaver County YMCA
    Belmont Charter Schools - Out of School TimeServices include: •Daycare •After School •Athletics •Summer CampPhiladelphiaBelmont Charter School - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Charter Schools
    Belmont Charter Schools - Out of School Time - Belmont Academy Charter SchoolServices include: •Daycare •After School •Athletics •Summer CampPhiladelphiaBelmont Academy Charter SchoolBelmont Charter Schools
    Bethesda Lutheran Services - Bethesda Trinity Center - Summer Therapeutic Activities Program (STAP)Provides age specific structured therapeutic activities in a small group setting. The goal is to assist in the development of behavioral, emotional, and social skills. Therapeutic Group Curriculum includes Mood, Behavior, & Emotion Identification, Peer relationships/interactions, Aggression Replacement Therapy, Therapeutic Journaling and Processing Social Stories, Coping skill development / strengthening families. Lunch provided daily. Transportation is available to those who qualify.ErieBethesda Lutheran Services - Bethesda Trinity CenterBethesda Lutheran Services
    Bethesda Mission - Youth CenterA comprehensive approach which includes mentoring, homework help, spiritual, practical and creative lessons.DauphinBethesda Mission Youth CenterBethesda Mission
    Bethlehem Area Public Library - Church StreetPublic library. Call or check website for events and programs. Offers summer programs. NorthamptonBethlehem Area Public LibraryBethlehem Area Public Library
    Bethlehem Area Public Library - South Side BranchPublic library. Call or check website for events and programs. Offers summer programs.NorthamptonBethlehem Area Public Library - South Side BranchBethlehem Area Public Library
    Bethlehem Christian Training Center - Summer CampSummer Camp program is offered during summer vacation. Call in the spring for information. NorthamptonBethlehem Christian Training CenterBethlehem Christian Training Center
    Bethlehem YMCA - CampsSummer camp operates June - August. Hours are 9:00am to 4:00pm, before and after camp care available. Children in K-6th grade attend camp on-site. NorthamptonBethlehem YMCAGreater Valley YMCA
    Beverly Jewel Wall Lovelace Children's ProgramBeverly Jewel Wall Lovelace Children's Program (BJWL), located in 19 public and subsidized housing communities throughout Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, provides safe after-school and summer programs six days a week for children ages 5-18. BJWL offers social, emotional, academic, recreational, and other resources for families.AlleghenyBeverly Jewel Wall Lovelace Children's ProgramFamily Resources
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berk County - TEENA group mentoring program for teens ages 13 and older who are already a part of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Designed to teach adult-life skills and help teens prepare for the decisions they will need to make after high school graduation. Meets once a month. It is run by teens.BerksBig Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County - One-to-One ProgramBig Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh ValleyCreates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between youth and adults that ignite the power and promise of youth. LehighBig Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh ValleyBig Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
    Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.Provides a mentoring experience to youth - volunteer Big Brothers, Big Sisters, provide friendship, guidance, support, encouragement in social, educational and cultural experiences. SchuylkillBig Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.
    Black Rock Retreat - Summer CampOffers a summer resident camp Camp Location: 1345 Kirkwood Pike, Quarryville, PA 17566 Age Range: 7-17 years Financial Aid: Yes LancasterBlack Rock RetreatBlack Rock Retreat
    Blair County Library System Youth Enrichment Programs - Altoona Area Public LibraryOffers a wide variety of activities for school age children and youth in our of school hours.BlairAltoona Area Public LibraryBlair County Library System
    Blair County Library System Youth Enrichment Programs - Tyrone-Snyder Public LibraryOffers a wide variety of activities for school age children and youth in our of school hours.BlairTyrone-Snyder Public LibraryBlair County Library System
    Blue Mountain Community LibraryBlue Mountain Community Library is an all-volunteer, non-profit library. Offers summer programs. NorthamptonBlue Mountain Community LibraryBlue Mountain Community Library
    Blueprints - Foster Care and AdoptionServices include foster care services and foster to adopt programs, family and community based services, as well as visitation services. Provides independent living and transitional living services to youth. Also provides after-school programs and truancy intervention services.WashingtonFoster Care and AdoptionBlueprints
    Boy Scouts of America - LehighProvides programs to youth in parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The Minsi Trails Council owns and operates three scout camps located in the Pocono Mountains: Akelaland Cub Scout Camp and Settlers Camp in Jonas, PA and Camp Minsi in Pocono Summit, PA. LehighBoy Scouts of AmericaBoy Scouts of America - Minsi Trails Council
    Boy Scouts of America - Summer CampOffers summer day and resident camps Cub Scout Day Camp: Camp Location: J.E. Mack Reservation, Newmanstown, PA Age Range: 6-10 years Financial Aid: Yes Boy Scout Resident Camp: Camp Location: Bashore Scout Reservation, Jonestown, PA Age Range: 11-18 years Financial Aid: Yes Cub Scout Resident Camp: Camp Location: J.E. Mack Reservation, Newmanstown, PA Age Range: 6-10 years Financial Aid: Yes Webelos Resident Camp: Camp Location: J.E. Mack Reservation, Newmanstown, PA Age Range: 9-10 years Financial Aid: YesLancasterBoy Scouts of AmericaBoy Scouts of America - Pennsylvania Dutch Council
    Boys & Girls Club - Columbia ClubhouseAfter school programs include: - Informal education/tutoring - Health and physical education - Social and recreational activities - Outdoor recreation, including summer day camp programs - Employability programs including Job Ready, Career Explorers, Junior Staff and Apprenticeships for youth from 12 to 18 years LancasterBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster - Columbia ClubhouseBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster
    Boys & Girls Club - George Washington Community SchoolBefore-school program “Wake Up, Washington” includes hands-on educational activities and breakfast for all participants. Available to current Washington Elementary School students.LancasterBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster - George Washington Community SchoolBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster
    Boys & Girls Club - Hill ClubhouseAfter School Programs include: - Informal education/tutoring - Health and physical education - Social and recreational activities - Outdoor recreation, including summer day camp programs - Employability programs including Job Ready, Career Explorers, Junior Staff and Apprenticeships for youth from 12 to 18 years - Administrative OfficesLancasterBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster - Hill ClubhouseBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster
    Boys & Girls Club - Jack Walker ClubhouseAfter School Programs include: - Informal education/tutoring - Health and physical education - Social and recreational activities - Outdoor recreation, including summer day programs - Employability programs including Job Ready, Career Explorers, Junior Staff and Apprenticeships for youth from 12 to 18 years.LancasterBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster - Jack Walker ClubhouseBoys & Girls Club of Lancaster
    Boys & Girls Club of AllentownBoys & Girls Club of Allentown serves children/youth, 6-18, who are residents of Allentown through a drop-in program. Membership required, $15 per year (Scholarships may be available). Multiple locations in Allentown. The Sixth Street location has a gym, a game room, swimming pool, classrooms, and a computer lab. School year program hours are 3:30-5:30pm for 6-year-old children, 3:30-6:45pm for children 7-11, 7:00-9:30pm for children 12 and older. Summer hours are 10:00am-4:00pm for elementary school programs and 4:00pm-6:00pm for teens. Sixth Street Clubhouse's recreational activities include basketball, soccer and other sports, arts and crafts, cooking classes and a computer lab. Swim lessons maybe available at the pool. Educational programs include: Make Your M.A.R.K. (Motivated Academically Ready Kids), a math and reading incentive program; Literacy 4 R Youth, a daily literacy program; Project Learn, a program to reinforce learning skills in a fun way; Power hour, a tutoring and homework help program for children, 6-12 and Career Launch which helps teens explore various career fields while learning job readiness skills, and computer awareness programs. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for teens, 11-13 and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18. Boys & Girls Club of Allentown has 5 Clubhouses located across Allentown, PA. Sixth Street Clubhouse at 720 N. 6th St., Allentown, PA 18102, Turner Street Clubhouse at 1302 Turner St., Allentown, PA 18102, Teen Center at 641 N. 7th St., Allentown, PA 18102, Cumberland Gardens at 501 E. Susquehanna St., Allentown, PA 18103, and Little Lehigh at 671 Lawrence Court, Allentown, PA 18102.LehighBoys & Girls Club of AllentownBoys & Girls Club of Allentown
    Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - Northeast UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Bethlehem has two locations to serve children/youth, 6-18, who are residents of Bethlehem. Northeast location has a gym, a game room with pool tables/foosball/air hockey and a computer lab. Membership required, $15 per year. Recreational activities include basketball, daily fitness challenges and other sports programs, arts and crafts and computer lab. Educational programs include: Project Learn which reinforces learning skills in a fun way; Power hour, a tutoring and homework help program for children, 6-12; and Career Launch which helps teens explore various career fields while learning job readiness skills. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for teens, 11-13 and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18. North East location: 1430 Fritz Drive, Bethlehem, 610-865-4241 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30am-6pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm; Closed Saturday and Sunday Southside location: 115 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, 610-865-5141 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30 am-6 pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-6 pm Closed Saturday and Sunday NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - NortheastBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem
    Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - Southside UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Bethlehem has two locations to serve children/youth, 6-18, who are residents of Bethlehem. Southside location has a gym, a game room with pool tables/foosball/air hockey and a computer lab. Membership required, $15 per year. Recreational activities include basketball, daily fitness challenges and other sports programs, arts and crafts and computer lab. Educational programs include: Project Learn which reinforces learning skills in a fun way; Power hour, a tutoring and homework help program for children, 6-12; and Career Launch which helps teens explore various career fields while learning job readiness skills. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for teens, 11-13 and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18. North East location: 1430 Fritz Drive, Bethlehem, 610-865-4241 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30am-6pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm; Closed Saturday and Sunday Southside location: 115 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, 610-865-5141 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30 am-6 pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-6 pm Closed Saturday and Sunday NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - Southside BuildingBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem
    Boys & Girls Club of EastonBoys & Girls Clubs of Easton serves children/youth, 5-18, with no residency restrictions. Youth Membership registration is required. Offered (Mid-Sept to Mid-June)$15 per year per child. Summer Kindergarten Readiness: Summer Camp for youth getting ready to enter Cheston and Paxinosa Elementary School. Summer Brain Gain: Summer Camp offered for 11 weeks, in June, July and August Summer Camp offered in June, July and August Youth Members $35 per year Youth Non-members $70 per year Healthy Habits: After-school and summer nutrition and fitness education, healthy snacks and meals, available for all ages. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of tobacco, drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Gang Prevention program for youth, 6-18 years. Identifies and recruits delinquent and "at risk" youth into ongoing Club programs and activities and mentorship. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for pre-teens, 11-13 years and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18 years. City-Wide Youth Basketball League. Open to children/youth, 5-18 years. Registration required, fees are $10/season per member($20 for non-members). Triple Play: Sports Fitness & recreation in a variety of sports & activities for all ages. Volunteer Opportunities Available: For groups (corporate/agency etc) and individuals: must have background clearances in place. Contact Executive Director for more information.NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of EastonBoys & Girls Club of Easton
    Boys & Girls Club of Erie - Project InterceptWorks with youth who might otherwise end up in placement by mainstreaming them into Boys & Girls Club guidance and youth development activities and by providing them with adult staff mentors.ErieBoys & Girls Club of ErieBoys & Girls Club of Erie
    Boys & Girls Club of Erie - Summer Day CampSummer youth development program that emphasizes relationship building and mastery of skills. The program is comprised of six core areas: the arts, guidance and education, health and life skills, sports and fitness, character and leadership, and social recreation. Swimming pool on site, field trips offered and free breakfast and lunch are provided.ErieBoys & Girls Club of ErieBoys & Girls Club of Erie
    Boys & Girls Club of Erie - The Discoverer's ProgramA youth development program that emphasizes relationship building and mastery of skills. The program is comprised of six core areas: the arts, guidance and education, health and life skills, sports and fitness, character and leadership, and social recreation.ErieBoys & Girls Club of ErieBoys & Girls Club of Erie
    Boys & Girls Club of Somerset County Inc. Youth Enrichment ProgramsOffers a wide variety of activities including arts and crafts, academic programs, sports, reading clubs, etc.SomersetBoys & Girls Club of Somerset County Inc.Boys and Girls Club of Somerset County
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs ProgramsThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Administrative Office - Philadelphia; Center CityBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - BridesburgThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Bridesburg UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - Cohen ElementaryThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Solis-Cohen Elementary Extension SiteBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - FairmountThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Fairmount Unit @PHA NorthBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - Northeast FrankfordThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs NE Frankford UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - Police Officer Lauretha VairdThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Police Officer Lauretha Vaird UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - Shane VictorinoThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Shane Victorino UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - Sullivan ElementaryThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Sullivan Elementary Extension SiteBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - William CrampThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs William Cramp Elementary UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - Wilson ParkThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Wilson Park UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Clubs Programs - WissahickonThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys and Girls Club provide numerous programs in the following areas: - Education & Career Development - Character & Leadership - Health & Life Skills - Sports, Fitness & Recreation - Arts & CulturePhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Wissahickon UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Day Care ServicesThe Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia provide Day Care Services at some of their facilities. Day Care Center Programs include: - Pre-school program - After-school program - Summer Camp - Power Hour - Smart MovesPhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Administrative Office - Philadelphia; Center CityBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Day Care Services - GermantownThe Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia provide Day Care Services at some of their facilities. Day Care Center Programs include: - Pre-school program - After-school program - Summer Camp - Power Hour - Smart MovesPhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Germantown Unit - Day CareBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Day Care Services - Northeast FrankfordThe Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia provide Day Care Services at some of their facilities. Day Care Center Programs include: - Pre-school program - After-school program - Summer Camp - Power Hour - Smart MovesPhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs NE Frankford UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Day Care Services - VictorinoThe Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia provide Day Care Services at some of their facilities. Day Care Center Programs include: - Pre-school program - After-school program - Summer Camp - Power Hour - Smart MovesPhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Shane Victorino UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - Day Care Services - Wayne AvenueThe Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia provide Day Care Services at some of their facilities. Day Care Center Programs include: - Pre-school program - After-school program - Summer Camp - Power Hour - Smart MovesPhiladelphiaBoys and Girls Clubs Wayne Avenue Unit - Day CareBoys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Western PASponsors a wide variety of social, recreational, and educational programs for youth, ages 5 to 18, at eight Club facilities thorughout Allegheny County.AlleghenyBoys and Girls Clubs of Western PABoys and Girls Clubs of Western PA
    Brandywine Youth Club - Youth Enrichment ProgramsBrandywine Youth Club’s sports programs exist to help children in the development of positive life skills and self-concepts.DelawareBrandywine Youth Club, Inc. - Delaware; Glen MillsBrandywine Youth Club
    Bright Side Opportunities CenterIndependent non-profit social service facility designed to provide support for the youth and families of Lancaster County. Offer services to the family unit, including financial planning, educational programs, job skills training, counseling services, cultural activities, small business training, athletic programs, fitness programs, health care and a wide range of youth programs. -Financial Management -Education/Leadership Development -Health/Fitness Center -Youth Development (Youth Center)LancasterBright Side Baptist ChurchBright Side Baptist Church
    CADEkids - Neighborhood ProgramsSpecialists often serve as a link between schools and their community by teaching in after-school programs, including PAL centers. During the summer they work in neighborhood day camp programs. While performing alternative activities, skill building is enhanced and lessons learned at school are reinforced. Specialists also assist with local anti-drug marches, health fairs and other special events. These programs prove successful to a diversity of neighborhoods and residents across the city.PhiladelphiaCADEkids - Philadelphia; CitywideCADEkids
    Camelot for Children - Summer CampDay camp program operates in the summer for children with serious, chronic or terminal illnesses or disabilities LehighCamelot For ChildrenCamelot For Children
    Camp Cadet - Troop M BethlehemCamp Cadet is a summer camp for Pennsylvania youth between the ages of 12 to 15. The camp is held at various locations throughout the State and staffed by Troopers, local police officers and many other volunteers. The goal of Camp Cadet is to introduce participants to the diverse criminal justice system and establish a positive relationship with law enforcement personnel. Camp Cadet is open to all youth and is structured similar to training at the police academy. The camp focuses on discipline, self-esteem, teamwork, drug and alcohol education, violence prevention and many other issues facing today’s youth. Camp Cadet is a non-profit organization. Meals, lodging and programs are provided at no cost to the applicant. Camps are usually funded by various fund raisers and business and community donations. Some Camps may charge a small application fee to cover administration costs.NorthamptonPennsylvania State Police - Troop M BethlehemPennsylvania State Police
    Camp ConquestOffers a summer resident camp, day camps and weekend camps Camp Location: 480 Forest Road, Denver, PA 17517 Age Range: 7-17 years Financial Aid: Call for informationLancasterCamp ConquestCamp Conquest
    Camp JCCCamps for children operate in the summer monthsLehighJewish Community Center of the Lehigh ValleyJewish Community Center of the Lehigh Valley
    CAPPA Academic Enrichment / Performing Arts Showcase / Gang PreventionThe 11-month program uses evidence-based curriculums administered by staff, certified public school teachers and dedicated volunteer tutors/mentors from local area colleges. The program culminates each year in June with a professional stage production, the Annual Performing Arts Showcase featuring CAPPA participants at the Community Arts Center. The program is taped and televised throughout the summer months. Students involved in the Academic Enrichment/Performing Arts Showcase/Gang Prevention program demonstrate positive results in behavior and attitude as it relates to anti-social activities, academic performance, relationships with friends, self-concept and social-cultural enrichment.LycomingCAPPA Academic Enrichment/Performing Arts Showcase/Gang PreventionCommunity Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)
    Caring Center - Young Toddlers ProgramWith a staff ratio of one teacher for every four young toddlers, activities are a balance of child initiated and teacher directed fostering emerging independence, cooperation, socialization and decision making skills.PhiladelphiaThe Caring Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCaring Center
    Caring People Alliance - Boys & Girls Club - R.W. Brown Community CenterProvides after-school and full-day summer programming for school-aged children, ages 6 to 17. Activities include tutoring; "Power Hour" homework help; "Project Learn" high-yield learning activities; arts and cultural activities such as drawing, painting, music and dance; athletic and recreational activities, volleyball and kickball; computer activities including computer use, Microsoft programs, internet safety, digital arts and music editing; life skills including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America SMART Moves® program; and special programming developed around holiday themes, current events and youth performances.PhiladelphiaR. W. Brown Community CenterCaring People Alliance
    Caring People Alliance - Boys & Girls Clubs - South PhiladelphiaProvides after-school and full-day summer programming for school-aged children, ages 6 to 17. Activities include tutoring; "Power Hour" homework help; "Project Learn" high-yield learning activities; arts and cultural activities such as drawing, painting, music and dance; athletic and recreational activities, volleyball and kickball; computer activities including computer use, Microsoft programs, internet safety, digital arts and music editing; life skills including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America SMART Moves® program; and special programming developed around holiday themes, current events and youth performances.PhiladelphiaSouth Philadelphia Community CenterCaring People Alliance
    Caring People Alliance - Boys & Girls Club - West PhiladelphiaProvides after-school and full-day summer programming for school-aged children, ages 6 to 17. Activities include tutoring; "Power Hour" homework help; "Project Learn" high-yield learning activities; arts and cultural activities such as drawing, painting, music and dance; athletic and recreational activities, volleyball and kickball; computer activities including computer use, Microsoft programs, internet safety, digital arts and music editing; life skills including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America SMART Moves® program; and special programming developed around holiday themes, current events and youth performances.PhiladelphiaWest Philadelphia Community CenterCaring People Alliance
    Caring Place Youth Development Center - After School ProgramAn inner-city youth development center for children at risk. After school program offers homework help, recreational activities and a snack. During the summer, the regular program is offered in the morning and the afternoon is spent doing special activities or field trips. Mentoring programs are open to young women and men, age 13 to 18. Weekly sessions are led by adult volunteers and help teens communicate openly, discover life options and opportunities, develop social skills, and become aware of the world around them. Meetings may include guided discussions, rap sessions, guest speakers, social events, cultural enrichment activities. LehighCaring Place Youth Development CenterCaring Place Youth Development Center
    Carousel House - After School ProgramProgram is run in conjunction with the Variety Club and Widener Memorial School. The program includes homework help, snacks, music, arts & crafts, trips and socials.PhiladelphiaCarousel House @ Department of Recreation - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCarousel House @ Department of Recreation
    Center that C.A.R.E.S.Provides services and activities to children, youth, young adults, and their families through year-a-round programs that are active during both the school year and the summer months. Our staff and counselors will assist children and youth with their homework and supervise recreational play. Before children are transported to their Hill District and Oakhill homes, we will provide them with dinner.AlleghenyCenter that C.A.R.E.S.Center that C.A.R.E.S.
    Centre Square Montessori School House - Camp SummerSummer is a time for children to enjoy a more relaxed schedule and to have a chance to be outside as much as possible. We look forward to being outside and exploring the world through nature activities, art, athletics, music and Spanish. Children are given a special treat when they board the train for a ride around the property or take a turn jumping in the moon bounce. Special activities such as pony rides, story tellers, and magicians are scheduled for different times throughout the summer. Who can come? We welcome any child from eight weeks of age to one entering the first grade in September. Who will be in charge? Activities will be lead by adult counselors with a variety of experience with children in school settings. Where will camp be? We will be taking advantage of the pool, playgrounds, and multi-purpose room located on the premises. The camp is located on four acres of land and has been owned and operated by Patricia McNicholas-Thomas for over thirty years. There will be swimming lessons available by the certified lifeguard, on duty at all times. What should I bring? - A beach bag - At least one change of clothing - A bathing suit - Sunscreen - Aqua Shoes Daily lunch with ice pack (snacks provided) Camp is open during the summer for 11 weeks. You can come for the whole summer or pick the weeks that fit your schedule. The camp day runs from 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM daily. Early drop off is at 7:30 AM and after hours extended daycare is available until 6:00 PM at $5.50 per hour.MontgomeryCentre Square Montessori School House - Montgomery; Blue BellCentre Square Montessori School House
    Character and Leadership Development Boys and Girls Club of NEPALeadership Program is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program. The goal of the program is to help boys and girls develop and adopt a healthy attitude and lifestyle, as well as acquire and maintain a positive self-concept, sound decision-making skills and mentor relationship.LackawannaBoys and Girls Club of NEPABoys and Girls Club of NEPA
    Chester County Futures - Youth EnrichmentMentoring programs combine individual mentoring with comprehensive after-school instructional services and financial support, all tailored to fit the needs of the individual student.ChesterChester County Futures - Chester; ExtonChester County Futures
    Children's Crisis Treatment Center - Community Based ServicesCcTC's Community Based Services provide services to children and their families by assisting them in learning to achieve success with the natural resources that are available to them within their communities: - Behavioral Health RehabilitationServices (BHRS) - CcTC's BHRS program provides emotional and rehabilitative support for children. This service places support into the child's community, school and home by providing individualized Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS) Services, Mobile Therapy (MT), Behavioral Specialist Consultation (BSC) and Care Coordination Services. - Intensive Care Management - program provides direct services to children who display serious emotional challenges. ICM works to ensure that children and their families utilize natural supports as well as traditional and non-traditional community resources to develop appropriate relationships with family and caregivers. Services include assessment and evaluation of medical; family and educational history; support network and resource building for the child and family; and child and system advocacy. - Summer Therapeutic Enrichment Program (STEP) - therapeutic/recreational summer camp for children. The camp provides children with a safe environment where they can develop and practice needed social skills while school is not in session during the summer months. Most of the children have been denied access to other summer camps due to behavioral and emotional difficulties in the past. In STEP, all children successfully complete the summer-long program, learn valuable skills and explore community options. Most importantly, they have the opportunity to enjoy childhood activities as others do while receiving art, dance/movement and recreational therapies. - Family-Based Program - offers team-delivered services rendered in the home and community. These short-term, intensive services are designed to integrate behavioral health treatment, family support services and routine care coordination services. By taking this approach, the program aims to enable families to continue to care for their children with serious emotional disturbances at home and therefore reducing the need for out of home placement.PhiladelphiaChildren's Crisis Treatment Center Philadelphia; FishtownChildren's Crisis Treatment Center
    Chi-Rho Youth MinistryWeekly youth fellowship with frequent service projectsCumberlandFirst Church of God MechanicsburgFirst Church of God Mechanicsburg
    Church of the Advocate - Whiz KidsWhiz Kids is offered daily for elementary school children between the ages of 5 and 13 after school throughout the school year and all day during the summer. The program recruits from neighboring schools, Child Care Information Services (CCIS) and within the community. The program seeks out students who can benefit from the knowledge, skills, experience and extra attention offered to them. The teaching staff consists of one licensed teacher and assistants for each group. Whiz Kids follows the Philadelphia School District's Core Curriculum standards. Students generally arrive to the program at 3:15 p.m. They are served snacks and participate educational programs. The recreational and daily enrichment activities are carried out in the gym, courtyard and auditorium areas. Skilled professionals in theatre arts, dance, literacy, storytelling, computers, sports and technology, instruct students in these areas. Homework is a mandated component for the Whiz Kids and all students are required to participate in completing homework assignments.PhiladelphiaChurch of the Advocate - North Philadelphia WestChurch of the Advocate
    Clara's WayA youth development center for inner-city kids to give them a safe place to spend time, learn useful skills and have fun.ErieClara's WayClara's Way
    Club Impact 2Club Impact 2 includes children from the neighborhood and church who are aged four through fourteen. We meet every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30pm for games, snacks, and more importantly, to learn about God and how God would have us to live.CumberlandBaughman Memorial United Methodist ChurchBaughman Memorial United Methodist Church
    Club of Unmatched Littles (COUL)A group mentoring program which provides immediate mentoring services to youth upon acceptance to the agency, while the Little awaits a One-To-One match.BerksBig Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County - One-to-One ProgramBig Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Cobham Youth ProgramProvides educational and recreational opportunities for youth and teens in a Christian setting throughout the year.WarrenCobham Youth ProgramCobham Youth Program
    Columbia Public LibrarySystem wide services of the public libraries in Lancaster County include: - Children's programming - Collections consisting of books, magazines, audio books, large print books, VHS and DVDs for children and adults - Free Wi-Fi - Online computers - Online renewal and reserve service for library cardholders from home computers - Online resources - Reference services - Meeting space for 30 Additional Services at this location: - Books in Arabic and Spanish - Computer classes - Summer Reading Program - Book Nook: ongoing book sale - GED classes (Registration required, call 295-5523) - ESL classes (Registration required, call 295-5523) LancasterColumbia Public LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Communities in Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services -JohnstownSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance. CIS is a dropout prevention/graduation retention organization that works with students K-12 in specific schools throughout Cambria County to empower them stay in school and achieve in life. Additional Site at: 196 Westgate Drive Johnstown, PA 19505 phone: 814-533-5540 CambriaCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - JohnstownCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
    Communities in Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services - LancasterSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance.LancasterCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - LancasterCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
    Communities in Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services - Susquehanna TownshipSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance. CIS is a dropout prevention/graduation retention organization that works with students K-12 in specific schools throughout Central PA to empower them stay in school and achieve in life. DauphinCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - Susquehanna TownshipCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
    Communities In Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services - YorkSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance.YorkCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - YorkCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
    Communities in Schools of Philadelphia - E3 Power Center - SouthwestThe E³ Power Center Southwest serves youth ages 14-21 seeking to improve their skills and work toward long-term goals. The center is designed to create a comprehensive system of service delivery for youth that galvanizes the resources, knowledge and expertise of citywide systems and community based organizations to work in a cohesive way to benefit Philadelphia’s youth.PhiladelphiaCISP Education CenterCommunities in Schools of Philadelphia
    Communities in Schools of Philadelphia - Integrated Student ServicesThe Integrated Student Services (ISS) program provides support to students in seven low performing high schools. Eight Integrated Student Coordinators (ISC) work with students who are at risk of not completing high school. These students are often chronically tardy or absent, have credit deficiencies, and are struggling with non-academic issues. Services include peer mentoring program, literacy enrichment program, SAT prep courses, ladies first program, 9th grade motivation program, resume building workshops, mock interview sessions, and peer mediation.PhiladelphiaCommunities in Schools Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Art MuseumCommunities in Schools of Philadelphia
    Communities in Schools of Philadelphia - Oasis ProgramThe Oasis Program is located in six SDP high schools and exists as a school within school. This program provides overage and under-credentialed students with a personalized learning program with strong social service and academic wrap around support.PhiladelphiaCommunities in Schools Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Art MuseumCommunities in Schools of Philadelphia
    Communities in Schools of Philadelphia - Urban Technology ProjectThe Urban Technology Project, a collaborative initiative between the School District of Philadelphia and Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. is designed to empower Philadelphia youth and their communities through meaningful technology experiences that link youth leadership development, education, and community building. The Urban Technology Project is comprised of the Digital Service Fellows AmeriCorps Program, the Computer Support Specialists Information Technology (IT) Apprenticeship Program and the Digital Miracles Project.PhiladelphiaCommunities in Schools Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Art MuseumCommunities in Schools of Philadelphia
    Community Action Agency of Delaware County - After School ProgramProvides tutorial assistance, recreational activities, access to computers and cultural enrichment as part of an After School Program. Primarily serves clients in CAADC programs.DelawareCAADC - The Family Management CenterCommunity Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC)
    Community Empowerment Association - After School Learning CenterAfter School Program for ages 7 - 14 in the East End of Pittsburgh. Offers homework help, reading and math assistance, group counseling, cultural activities and outings, career exploration and behavioral health.AlleghenyCommunity Empowerment AssociationCommunity Empowerment Association
    Community Empowerment Association - After-School ProgramHelps young people with homework, reading and math. Offers group counseling, cultural activities, and outings.AlleghenyCommunity Empowerment AssociationCommunity Empowerment Association
    Congregation Or Ami - After School ProgramsIntroducing TOT SPOT and TWEEN SCENE @ Or Ami! Finally, an exciting, new alternative to after school programming where your children--preschoolers through 5th graders--can be in the same place at the same time! Our vision is to run an after school program designed to exercise the minds and body’s of each child. Through creative, diverse, educational, age appropriate and fun activities, each child will have an opportunity to grow, learn, be loved and stay safe in a nurturing and loving environment. Our goal is to establish an atmosphere of trust and support while working together to create a feeling of family and community. TOT SPOT is for preschoolers who attend Or Ami Nursery School. From 3:00 to 6:00pm, an exciting hands-on program is in the works. Children will have opportunities to try as many different kinds of activities as possible to enrich understanding, learning and growth. Most importantly, each child will be loved and be safe under the direction and care of warm, loving and experienced staff. TWEEN SCENE is for children in the local elementary schools and is a great opportunity to break up a long school day. Buses will bring children to Or Ami each day where a snack and physical play will be provided. Our children will have time for homework with a certified teacher from the Colonial School District as well as the opportunity to participate in a variety of fun, creative activities and projects.MontgomeryCongregation Or Ami - Montgomery; Lafayette HillCongregation Or Ami
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos - Exito Program - Thomas Edison High School and KCAPA High SchoolCongreso's Éxito program provides Case Management for high school students attending Thomas Edison High School and KCAPA. This program provides Case Management and after-school services to assist with work/college readiness and drop-out prevention.PhiladelphiaOut of School Time ProgrammingCongreso de Latinos Unidos
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos - Girls Today Leaders TomorrowGTLT is a leadership program through the United Way. The purpose is to help the girls with their educational goals to become self-directed and self-regulated learners who graduate from high school prepared for college and career. This program focuses on leadership skills, job readiness, and college preparation. The students must remain in the program from when they begin in 7th grade through the graduation from high school. The students are accepted into the program at the end of 6th grade and they must have an Early Warning Indicator (low attendance, failing English or math, or behavioral challenges in school) to qualify. Must live in Congreso’s service area (19120,19124, 19133, 19134, 19140). PhiladelphiaEducation and Training CenterCongreso de Latinos Unidos
    Connecting2Tomorrow, Inc Mentoring ProgramMentoring program for teens 14 and older. Teens meet from September to May at a frequency of 2 times per month for one hour sessions. Mentors guide teens to become motivated about their future; set goals to stay in school and find employment. Graduates of the program may enter our Worked UP! Program for Employment opportunities and receive a career Readiness Kit.ButlerConnecting2Tomorrow, Inc WorkshopsConnecting2Tomorrow, Inc.
    Coplay Public LibraryPublic library. Call or check website for programs and events. Offers summer programs.LehighCoplay Public LibraryCoplay Public Library
    Cornerstone Christian Academy - After School ProgramsThe mission of the Cornerstone After-School Program is to provide safe, stimulating, and high quality care for elementary and middle school age children at the conclusion of the regular school day. Two concurrent programs will be offered each weekday: one program for children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade, and another program for children in 4th through 8th grades. Both programs will be fully staffed, highly-structured, academically stimulating, and spiritually inspiring. Program Content: Program 1 (K thru 3rd grade): Snack, Recreation, Arts/Crafts, Spanish, Reading, Bible Study Program 2 (4th thru 8th grade): Snack, Recreation, Spanish, Computer, Reading, Bible Study Other After-School activities: Savings Club, 4th-5th grade (Tuesdays) Individual tutoring, all grades Dream Camp, 1st-5th grade (Monday and Wednesday)PhiladelphiaCornerstone Christian Academy - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCornerstone Christian Academy
    Crime Victim's Center of Fayette County Truancy Prevention ProgramAddresses truancy issues through prevention and intervention services. Works with schools,parents,students and the court systems. Increase student attendance,academic achievement, to keep parents informed of current Truancy Laws, and how it may affect a family.FayetteTruancy Prevention ProgramCrime Victim's Center of Fayette County
    Crispus Attucks Association, Rising STARS Youth & FamiliesThe Crispus Attucks Rising STARS (Striving To Achieve Remarkable Success) Youth and Family Program provides many after-school and summer educational, recreational, and social responsibility opportunities for youth 5 to 18 years old. Call or visit website for more information.YorkCrispus Attucks Association, Inc.Crispus Attucks Association, Inc.
    Crispus Attucks Community CenterCommunity center offering educational, recreational and cultural programs for adults, families and youth. Programs/activities include: - Youth computer lab - Summer science camp ages 5 to 12 years - Cultural festivals - After school programs, including Neighborhood Bridges - Facility rentals for large events - A library offering a wide variety of books, videos, and cassettes which chronicle African American history - Home base African American Veterans Program and African American Historical Society - Annual community-wide Martin Luther King Breakfast - Youth Intervention Program: Focus on children of incarcerated parents - Strengthening Families Program: For middle school youth and their parents - Community Meals Site: Saturday and Sunday - Holiday celebrations and gift-giveaways for neighborhood families LancasterCrispus Attucks Community CenterCommunity Action Partnership of Lancaster County
    DIG IT! Urban Farm & Gardens Summer CampProvides a summer camp experience that teaches children and youth food education for bodies, minds and character through growing nutrient-rich chemical free food, tasting and selling most of what is grown. Aimed at improving the health and welfare of children today. Camp Location: 618 Stevens Avenue, Lancaster Age Range: 13-17 years Financial Aid: NoLancasterDIG IT!Threshold Foundation
    Dignity Housing - Cultural Workshops, Trips and ActivitiesProvides monthly workshops and artistic activities that focus on languages, artifacts and diversity among cultures.PhiladelphiaCreating OpportunitiesDignity Housing
    Dignity Housing - Dignity After School Enrichment ProgramProvides a free, convenient solution for Dignity mothers (who are employed and/or enrolled in educational programs) that are seeking quality after-school care for their children; and to provide a structured, safe and nurturing environment for children and youth.PhiladelphiaCreating OpportunitiesDignity Housing
    Discovery Corner - Summer CampOffers 3 one week summer camps Camp Location: First UM Church, 29 East Walnut Street, Lancaster, PA Age Range: 3 to 5 years Financial Aid: No LancasterDiscovery Corner PreschoolFirst United Methodist Church - Lancaster
    Diversified Community Services - Children and Youth ServicesProvides supervised, structured out-of-school time programs for several hundred children between the ages of 6 to 18 years old. These offer well-rounded enrichment experiences that include instruction in arts/culture (dance, music, drama); athletics and sports (basketball, golfing, karate, swimming) as well as educational activities -- homework help, reading and literacy projects, computer instruction, supplemented by field trips to the area's rich cultural & historic institutions.PhiladelphiaDiversified Community Services, Inc. - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaDiversified Community Services
    Eastern Lancaster County LibrarySystem wide services of the public libraries in Lancaster County include: - Children's programming, summer reading programs - Collections consisting of books, magazines, audio books, large print books, VHS and DVDs for children and adults - Free Wi-Fi - Online computers - Online renewal and reserve service for library cardholders from home computers - Online resources - Reference services Additional services at this location: - Biz Info to Grow (BIG): a program that provides free guidance, direction and an electronic database to assist start-up and existing small businesses - Spanish Language Newspaper - Fax and copy services - Meeting room rentals for 100 - Passport photo services LancasterEastern Lancaster County LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Easton Area Community CenterCommunity center offers after-school programs, arts instruction, athletic programs, literacy instruction, recreation/leisure activities, substance abuse education/prevention, tutoring and homework help for children and adolescents. Offer a Children Food Program through PA Department of Education. Provide any youth through the age of 18 dinner during the school year (do not have to be a member). Mon-Fri: Year-round dinner provided to anyone under 18 at 5:30pm Mon-Thurs: 5pm dinner provided from 6/23 to 8/13 to adults and childrenNorthamptonEaston Area Community CenterEaston Area Community Center
    Easton Area Public Library - Palmer BranchPublic library APPRISE (medicare/medicaid assistance) Tuesdays by appointment 1pm-5pm. Offers summer programs.NorthamptonEaston Area Public Library - Palmer BranchEaston Area Public Library
    Educational Enrichment ProgramEducational Enrichment Program shall provide Academic Lesson Plans & Educational Curriculum that shall provide all children enrolled with Educational Activities that shall insure the children maintain the Grade Level they are currently enrolled in the School District they attend. This assures the children shall not “loose” any lessons taught because of the Summer Vacation time period.FranklinBuilding Our Pride in Chambersburg, Inc.Building Our Pride In Chambersburg, Inc.
    Education and Career Development Boys and Girls Club of NEPAWe enable young people to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply leaning to everyday situations and embrace technology to optimize employability. We enable youth to develop aspirations for the future through career and educational enhancement. POWER Hour, our homework and tutoring program, is another activity in this area. Immediately after school, youth are given time to study, read, or finish homework with the help of staff and volunteers. Our computer lab is staffed by an area substitute teacher. LackawannaBoys and Girls Club of NEPABoys and Girls Club of NEPA
    Elizabethtown Child Care Center - Summer CampOffers a summer day camp Camp Location: 777 South Mount Joy Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Age Range: Completed kindergarten-5th grade Financial Aid: YesLancasterElizabethtown Child Care CenterElizabethtown Child Care Center
    Elizabethtown Public LibrarySystem services include: - Collections of books, audio and video cassettes, DVDs, magazines, local and out-of-town newspapers and telephone books, and large print materials for adults. - Biz Info to Grow (BIG): a program that provides free guidance, direction and an electronic database to assist start-up and existing small businesses - Children's programs such as preschool story times and films, summer reading programs - Special programs for youth and adults - Internet access Location services: - Meeting rooms which are available to the public at low cost for 50/100/150 - Passport Center (Appointments required) - Used book store - Coffee shop - Wireless internet - Volunteer opportunities LancasterElizabethtown Public LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Elwyn - Child/Adolescent Intensive After-school ProgramChild/Adolescent Intensive After-school Program provide children learn problem-solving, socialization, and communication skills while participating in art and recreational therapy. Individualized treatment plans are developed to address every child’s needs, and families are encouraged to participate in activities that offer new opportunities to interact with their child.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Emmaus Public LibraryPublic library Offers summer programs.LehighEmmaus Public LibraryEmmaus Public Library
    Envisions Enterprises - Summer CampOffers a summer camp program. Camp Location: Neff Elementary 21 Valley Rd. Lancaster PA 17601 Age Ranges: 3 years-entering 8th grade Financial Aid: No LancasterEnvisions EnterprisesEnvisions Enterprises
    E.X.P.L.O.R.E.Provides academic training, support services, and enrichment activities for students.DauphinHarrisburg School DistrictHarrisburg School District
    Factory Ministries - Factory Youth CenterOpen Door Nights: Students come together and connect with one another in a safe place. Facilities include basketball, video game systems, ping pong, pool and fooseball tables, board games, video and a room for dodgeball, hockey and other recreational activities. There is also a lesson time. Mentoring: The factory has many dedicated volunteers who meet individually with the teens. This allows the staff a chance to cultivate friendships and a opportunity to counsel and offer help and support. LancasterFactory Ministries - Together Community CenterFactory Ministries
    Family Connection of Easton - Afterschool ProgramAfterschool academic enrichment activities at select EASD schools NorthamptonFamily Connection of EastonFamily Connection of Easton
    Family Support Center Hays ManorGoals are to include the reduction of environmentally caused delays in our preschools and to promote non violence in the lives of all children and their families. Offers preschool, play groups, parent groups, afterschool groups, homework hour, summer day camp, children's groups, truancy group, recreation and social activities, community celebrations, teen esteem, counseling, outreach and service linkages.AlleghenyFamily Support Center Hays ManorFocus on Renewal Sto-Rox Neighborhood Corporation
    Family Support Center McKees RocksGoals are to reduce environmentally caused delays through our preschools and to promote non violence in the lives of all children and their families. Offers preschool, play groups, parent groups, afterschool groups, homework hour, summer day camp, children's groups, truancy group, recreation and social activities, community celebrations, teen esteem, counseling, outreach and service linkages and tutoring.AlleghenyFamily Support Center McKees RocksFocus on Renewal Sto-Rox Neighborhood Corporation
    Family Support Center Meyers Ridge CommunityGoals are to include the reduction of environmentally caused delays in our preschools and to promote non violence in the lives of all children and their families. Offers preschool, play groups, parent groups, afterschool groups, homework hour, summer day camp, children's groups, truancy group, recreation and social activities, community celebrations, teen esteem, counseling, outreach and service linkages.AlleghenyFamily Support Center Terrace CommunityFocus on Renewal Sto-Rox Neighborhood Corporation
    Fowler Family Southside Center - Horizons for YouthOffers summer camps and youth enrichment activities during the school year. School year programs take place during after-school hours, evenings and weekends. Classes are offered for children from kindergarten through 12th grade, with some classes designed for children and their parent or grandparent.NorthamptonFowler Family Southside CenterNorthampton Community College
    Franklin YMCA - Youth SoccerYouth soccer programs: Youth Indoor Soccer - January to March Spring Soccer - April to May Fall Soccer - August to OctoberVenangoFranklin YMCAFranklin YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Teen Programs - AudubonThe Freedom Valley YMCA offers many teen programs designed to build self-esteem, communication and leadership skills and provide teens with a positive atmosphere during out-of-school hours. Our programs for teens include teen health & fitness classes, Y Leaders, Urban Youth Core, Y Black/Hispanic Achievers, middle school dances, volunteer opportunities, lifeguard training, martial arts, golf, sports leagues, open gym nights, gymnastics, Y Youth & Government, HIP Kids, Kidz Zone, swim team and teen camps.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Audubon Branch - Montgomery; West NorritonFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Teen Programs - PhoenixvilleThe Freedom Valley YMCA offers many teen programs designed to build self-esteem, communication and leadership skills and provide teens with a positive atmosphere during out-of-school hours. Our programs for teens include teen health & fitness classes, Y Leaders, Urban Youth Core, Y Black/Hispanic Achievers, middle school dances, volunteer opportunities, lifeguard training, martial arts, golf, sports leagues, open gym nights, gymnastics, Y Youth & Government, HIP Kids, Kidz Zone, swim team and teen camps.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Phoenixville BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Teen Programs - PottstownThe Freedom Valley YMCA offers many teen programs designed to build self-esteem, communication and leadership skills and provide teens with a positive atmosphere during out-of-school hours. Our programs for teens include teen health & fitness classes, Y Leaders, Urban Youth Core, Y Black/Hispanic Achievers, middle school dances, volunteer opportunities, lifeguard training, martial arts, golf, sports leagues, open gym nights, gymnastics, Y Youth & Government, HIP Kids, Kidz Zone, swim team and teen camps.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Pottstown BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Teen Programs - Spring ValleyThe Freedom Valley YMCA offers many teen programs designed to build self-esteem, communication and leadership skills and provide teens with a positive atmosphere during out-of-school hours. Our programs for teens include teen health & fitness classes, Y Leaders, Urban Youth Core, Y Black/Hispanic Achievers, middle school dances, volunteer opportunities, lifeguard training, martial arts, golf, sports leagues, open gym nights, gymnastics, Y Youth & Government, HIP Kids, Kidz Zone, swim team and teen camps.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Teen Programs - Upper PerkiomenThe Freedom Valley YMCA offers many teen programs designed to build self-esteem, communication and leadership skills and provide teens with a positive atmosphere during out-of-school hours. Our programs for teens include teen health & fitness classes, Y Leaders, Urban Youth Core, Y Black/Hispanic Achievers, middle school dances, volunteer opportunities, lifeguard training, martial arts, golf, sports leagues, open gym nights, gymnastics, Y Youth & Government, HIP Kids, Kidz Zone, swim team and teen camps.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Upper Perkiomen Valley BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Health & Fitness Programs - AudubonThe Freedom Valley YMCA has a wide variety of youth health, fitness & recreation programs for every level of age and ability. We offer a friendly and welcoming environment where kids are engaged and well-supervised, well-trained and professional instructors who can help children improve their skills, classes parents can participate in with their children, recreational sports, classes in which kids can express their creativity, and an emphasis on teaching children from an early age the importance of a healthy lifestyle through staying active, eating right, and relieving stress.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Audubon Branch - Montgomery; West NorritonFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Health & Fitness Programs - PhoenixvilleThe Freedom Valley YMCA has a wide variety of youth health, fitness & recreation programs for every level of age and ability. We offer a friendly and welcoming environment where kids are engaged and well-supervised, well-trained and professional instructors who can help children improve their skills, classes parents can participate in with their children, recreational sports, classes in which kids can express their creativity, and an emphasis on teaching children from an early age the importance of a healthy lifestyle through staying active, eating right, and relieving stress.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Phoenixville BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Health & Fitness Programs - PottstownThe Freedom Valley YMCA has a wide variety of youth health, fitness & recreation programs for every level of age and ability. We offer a friendly and welcoming environment where kids are engaged and well-supervised, well-trained and professional instructors who can help children improve their skills, classes parents can participate in with their children, recreational sports, classes in which kids can express their creativity, and an emphasis on teaching children from an early age the importance of a healthy lifestyle through staying active, eating right, and relieving stress.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Pottstown BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Health & Fitness Programs - Spring ValleyThe Freedom Valley YMCA has a wide variety of youth health, fitness & recreation programs for every level of age and ability. We offer a friendly and welcoming environment where kids are engaged and well-supervised, well-trained and professional instructors who can help children improve their skills, classes parents can participate in with their children, recreational sports, classes in which kids can express their creativity, and an emphasis on teaching children from an early age the importance of a healthy lifestyle through staying active, eating right, and relieving stress.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Sundays on StageSundays on Stage is a series of cultural programs featuring live performances by a variety of artists and entertainers. These family programs celebrate diversity through music, dance, storytelling, and more.PhiladelphiaFree Library of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Logan Square 19th and VineFree Library of Philadelphia
    Fresh Air ProgramChildren from New York City are provided a one-to-two week vacation with a host family during the summer months. It is hoped that the host family will accept the child as one of their own during the visit. Medical bills are paid by program, which is funded by New York City businesses and New York United Way. Transportation and liability insurance are paid by the Fresh Air Fund. The program is for inner city children of NYC ages 7-12. Host families are recruited in 13 different states along the eastern seaboard from Canada-West Virginia. Background checks, PA Child Abuse Clearances , References and an interview are required to be a host family. Lancaster County has 4 different groups arriving from June 30 - August 21. Hosts may choose age and gender of the child, also the weeks that fit best in the Host Family's schedule. LancasterFresh Air ProgramFresh Air Program
    Fulton Theatre - Fulton Academy of TheatreProvides theatre arts training to students of all ages, backgrounds and experiences. Offers year-round classes, including summer and winter break camps.LancasterFulton Theatre - Fulton Academy of TheatreFulton Theatre
    GEARS Kids CenterOffers a preschool, kindergarten, before and after school care and a summer program. - Preschool: Ages 3-6 years, full or part time - Kindergarten - Before and after school child care: Ages K-6th grade. Optional breakfast program in which children bring breakfast to share on a rotating basis during school year. - Summer program: Ages preschool-6th gradeLancasterGEARS Kids CenterGEARS (Greater Elizabethtown Area Recreation and Community Services)
    Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania - HarrisburgInformal educational activities in troop/group setting to promote character development, citizenship training and self-esteem; informal education and career exploration; recreational, day, and overnight resident camping.DauphinGirl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania - HarrisburgGirl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania
    Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania - Harrisburg Summer CampsOvernight camping with arts, crafts, horseback riding, hiking, ecology study, and trips. One or two week sessions or long weekend.DauphinGirl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania - HarrisburgGirl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania
    Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania - Lehigh ValleyA volunteer-based, non-profit organization with over 14,000 adult volunteers and 40,000 girls. Programs vary by area, but may include after school activities, leadership development programs, athletic activities, wellness/health programs, outdoor recreational programs and summer camps (in June-August). Scholarships and financial aid are available for those who qualify. LehighGirl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania - Lehigh ValleyGirl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania - Lehigh Valley
    Girls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey - Research Based Programs, Advocacy, Education, and Development of Mentoring Relationships - Philadelphia; Center CityPROGRAMS STRONG Girls Inc. Friendly PEERsuasion builds girls' skills for resisting pressure to use harmful substances such as alcohol, tobacco, household chemicals, and other drugs. Girls Inc. Healthy Sexuality assists girls in understanding and embracing sexuality with a positive, empowered approach that is built on a foundation of accurate information, cultural sensitivity, and values of inclusiveness and respect. Girls will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to take charge of and to make informed, thoughtful decisions about their sexual health. Girls Inc. Sporting Chance builds movement and athletic skills, cooperative and competitive spirit, health awareness, and interest in all sports as girls explore the benefits of an active lifestyle. Girls Inc. Media Literacy encourages girls to think critically about media messages and fosters their awareness of the power of the media and its effects on girls. SMART Girls Inc.’s Early Literacy initiative is designed to help increase literacy rates, testing scores and foster a lifelong love of reading for participants in grades K-3. Girls Inc. Economic Literacy introduces girls to basic economic and financial concepts, including money management, investments, and global economics. Girls Inc. Operation SMART builds girls' skills and interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. BOLD Girls Inc. Project BOLD strengthens girls' abilities to lead safer lives by developing strategies for self-defense, seeking out caring adults to help with personal violence, and advocating on violence issues. Girls Inc. Leadership and Community Action builds leadership skills and creates lasting social change by partnering girls and women in community action projects chosen by girls. Girls Inc. Career Exploration introduces girls to a board range of career options and professionals in those careers. PhiladelphiaGirls, Incorporated of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey - Philadelphia; Center CityGirls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
    Girls on the Run InternationalInspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. Click here to find a local councilGirls on the Run InternationalGirls on the Run International
    Girls on the Run of LancasterA physical, activity-based positive youth development program designed to develop and enhance girls' social, psychological, and physical competencies to successfully navigate life experiences. LancasterGirls on the Run of LancasterGirls on the Run International
    Girls on the Run, York CountySelf esteem program for girls 8-11 years of age. Always looking for coaches-easy training (2 hours) Does not have to be a runner-program lasts 3 months-twice a week YorkYWCA YorkYWCA York
    God's PromiseBiblically based Christian Youth Ministry Sunday mornings for the 2nd and 3rd Sundays at 10:00 AM. This ministry deals with realitites our chidren/youth face.DauphinKingdom EmbassyKingdom Embassy
    Greenfield Summer Day CampProvides a summer camp for children ages 6 to 12 years. Includes weekly themes, games, activities and field trips. Camp Location: 750 Greenfield Rd Lancaster, PA 17601 Age Ranges: 6-12 years Financial Aid: YesLancasterGreenfield Summer Day CampLutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
    Gwen's GirlsOffers a comprehensive continuum of care. Services include Prevention Services, After-School Program, School-Based Services, Summer Program, Volunteer/Mentor Program, Foster Care Program and a Residential Facility for delinquent and dependent girls with a specialty in pregnancy and parenting, Work Force Development and Job Shadowing Program, academic enrichment, health and wellness workshops and psycho-educational groups.AlleghenyGwen's GirlsGwen's Girls
    Health and Life Skills-Boys and Girls Club of NEPAWe develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and develop the skills to live successfully as self-sufficient, contributing adults. We develop ways to help young people achieve and maintain healthy lifestyles. SMART Moves, our drug and alcohol prevention education program, is the prime instruction piece in this area. The Club sub-contracts with the Lackawanna County Commission on Drug & Alcohol to implement this program. Another program is the Get Real About Violence Program (GRAV) This program is geared for Club members ages 6-13. The program teaches students skills to be healthy by showing them how to maintain self-control when tempted by violence, resolve conflicts without violence, and prevent or avoid situations by using self control. In addition, a variety of personal hygiene and safety programs, health fairs, and other wellness activities are offered to Club members.LackawannaBoys and Girls Club of NEPABoys and Girls Club of NEPA
    Hellertown Area Public LibraryPublic library Offers summer programs.NorthamptonHellertown Area Public LibraryHellertown Area Public Library
    Hempfield recCenterPrograms are held at Hempfield recCenter, Hempfield elementary schools, East Petersburg outdoor pool and local parks Activities include: - Preschool and youth classes - Tennis lessons, clinics and tournaments for Juniors up to Super Seniors - Open gym pickleball (indoors) - Group exercise classes - Group cycling classes - Indoor and outdoor aquatics including swimming lessons - Youth and adult sports leagues - Special interest classes - Summer Playground Program and Summer Day Camp - Before/After School Child Care Program - Membership to Hempfield Rec - Bus trips - Open gym volleyball & basketball - Pavilion and ballfield rentals in West Hempfield parks - Special Events TRI for Life Youth Tri for Fun Amos Herr 5K Honey Run Holiday events LancasterHempfield recCenterHempfield Area Recreation Commission
    Hershey TheatreCultural entertainment including dramatic, theatrical, and musical shows.DauphinHershey TheatreHershey Theatre
    Higher Achievement - PittsburghHigher Achievement is a year-round college preparatory program for 5th - 8th grade students, operating at Pittsburgh Langley K-8, and the Jeron X Grayson Center located in the Hill District andPittsburgh Westinghouse Academy 6 - 12. The program uses a rigorous curriculum that includes mathematics, science, social studies, literature, and an elective cultural/arts/physical education class as well as mentoring.AlleghenyHigher Achievement - PittsburghHigher Achievement
    Higher Achievement - Pittsburgh - After School AcademyAfterschool Academy meets four days a week during the school year. The program is for 5th - 8th grade students who are interested in going to college. The program provides after school homework help, supplemental work, electives, field trips, and mentoring for the scholars. Summer Academy meets daily for 6 weeks and provides social studies, math, science, and literature as well as electives, field trips, and a 3-day/2-night college experience.AlleghenyHigher Achievement - PittsburghHigher Achievement
    Hope Academy - East Liberty Presbyterian ChurchAfter school and weekend performing arts education in theater, music and dance for under-served children and youth who would otherwise not have opportunities to participate in the arts.AlleghenyEast Liberty Presbyterian ChurchEast Liberty Presbyterian Church
    Horizons for YouthOffers summer camps and youth enrichment activities during the school year. School year programs take place during after-school hours, evenings and weekends. Classes are offered for children from kindergarten through 12th grade, with some classes designed for children and their parent or grandparent.NorthamptonNorthampton Community CollegeNorthampton Community College
    Hosanna House Youth CenterAfter-school programs: Diversity in programming starting with 3D Dance & Drama involving ages 6 - 22; Life Skills for teenage girls - Career Exploration: Goal is to assist with academic enhancement whether mathematic and/or reading and comprehension while teaching life skills, and job readiness with exposure to technology; involving students in Wilkinsburg area. There is also a 5 on 5 basketball, Music Studio, Change & Explore, Rec Room, and swimming. Parents may get involved with dance and drama by chaperoning and support with teaching.AlleghenyHosanna House, Inc.Hosanna House, Inc.
    Human Services Center - Youth LIFE ProgramYouth LIFE is an after-school academic and social enrichment program open to 100 youth in first through fifth grade in the Woodland Hills School District. Youth LIFE provides students with a safe and educational place to spend their weekday afternoons and evenings. Through the implementation of Study Island, training opportunities, age and skill appropriate tutorial classes, educational seminars, self-improvement classes, field trips, recreational activities, and community service projects, Youth LIFE students are afforded opportunities that they otherwise would have been unable to experience.AlleghenyHuman Services CenterHuman Services Center
    Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and MentoringAfter-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring Program for Youth provides students from the Logan/Olney neighborhood schools, grades 1-12, with academic enrichment, job training, employment mentoring, and leadership training. The program operates after school during the school year.PhiladelphiaIndochinese-American Council - Philadelphia; LoganIndochinese-American Council
    Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring - Logan/Olney E3 Power CenterAfter-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring Program for Youth provides students from the Logan/Olney neighborhood schools, grades 1-12, with academic enrichment, job training, employment mentoring, and leadership training. The program operates after school during the school year.PhiladelphiaLogan/Olney E3 Power CenterIndochinese-American Council
    Interdenominational RecreationRecreation including special events for teens (games, singing, skits, films, music, speakers), clubs (games, discussions), group socialization, 3 annual dramatic productions, Bible studies, other special recreational events and school of music and drama. Activity times vary. Provisions for community service fulfillment available for court adjucated youth programs, academic honors, scouting and religious projects. Post high school group availabe and post high school life skills mentoring.DauphinHarrisburg Christian Performing Arts CenterHarrisburg Christian Performing Arts Center
    John F. Kennedy Center - Main Office - Youth ProgramAfter-school and summer program offering a wide variety of activities in academic support, health education, life skills, arts & culture, and nutrition.ErieJohn F. Kennedy Center - Main OfficeJohn F. Kennedy Center
    John Gloucester House - After School Tutorial ProgramA free educational program offered throughout the academic calendar year. Volunteers tutor children in English, Reading, Math, Science and History. PhiladelphiaJohn Gloucester House - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaJohn Gloucester House
    Kaiserman JCC - Youth and Families ProgramYouth and Families Program offers after school enrichment classes vacation day programs for school-aged children. Services available include: - Mad Science - Cooking - KidzArt - Ahletic Clinics - Swim Classes - LeaguesMontgomeryKaiserman JCC - Montgomery; WynnewoodKaiserman JCC
    Keystone Smiles Community Learning CenterAs a community-based, nonprofit organization, Keystone SMILES Community Learning Center provides schools and other community based organizations with the National Service Resources needed to tutor, mentor and provide hands-on service learning programs aimed to increase academic engagement of students across their 10 county service region. Keystone SMILES does this through: Recruiting and training AmeriCorps Members to provide educational services to their communities Mobilizing volunteers to serve alongside AmeriCorps members in education based programming Partnering with schools and other community-based organizations who are intent on improving the lives of our youth. Coordinating Preschool, Alternative Education, After-School, Summer STEM, and hands-on Job-Skills programs in Clarion, Mercer and Venango Counties in PA.ClarionKeystone Smiles Community Learning CenterKeystone Smiles Community Learning Center
    Kingdom Kids - Childrens MinistryFaith Based Youth ClubsDauphinFishburn United Methodist ChurchFishburn United Methodist Church
    Kingsley AssociationOffers an after-school program, summer camp, computer courses, stroke survivors group. Has a wide variety of recreational and educational programs including dance, martial arts, arts and crafts, basketball, football, swimming and fitness classes. AlleghenyKingsley AssociationKingsley Association
    Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 - Summer Camp GuideOffers various summer camp programs.LancasterLancaster-Lebanon IU13Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13
    Lancaster Public LibrarySystem wide services of the public libraries in Lancaster County include: - Children's programming, summer reading programs - Collections consisting of books, magazines, audio books, large print books, VHS and DVDs for children and adults - Free Wi-Fi -Online computers - Online renewal and reserve service for library cardholders from home computers - Online resources - Reference services Additional services at this location: - Adult programs: computer classes, book discussions - Bookstore - Duke Street Business Center: Business reference librarians available to assist business and non-profit organizations with their information needs using print and electronic resources - Family Place Library - Foundation Center Cooperating Collection Site - Handicap accessible PC - HUB Teen Space - Language Line over-the-phone interpretation service - Meeting room rental for 30/75 - Passport processing - World Languages Collection The Book ReSort book drop-off and sorting facility is located at 225 N. Marshall St., Lancaster. Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 10 am-noon; Sunday, 2-4 pm; ad the first Saturday, 10 am-1 pm LancasterLancaster Public LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Lancaster Public Library - Leola BranchSystem services include: - Collections of books, dvds, audio and ebooks, video cassettes, magazines, local newspapers and telephone books, and large print materials for adults can be obtained - Children's programs such as preschool story times, summer reading programs - Special programs for youth - Internet access - Meeting space for 40 Located in the Upper Leacock Township Community CenterLancasterLancaster Public Library - Leola BranchLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Lancaster Recreation Commission - Summer CampsOffers summer day camps Camp Location: Several locations throughout Lancaster Age Range: Kindergarten-5th grade Financial Aid: Call for information Summer Playgrounds Ages 6-13 June 13-August 5 11:00am-4:30pm - Sixth Ward Park (Hamilton St & E Ross St) - Buchanan Park (Buchanan Ave & Race Ave) - Farnum Park (Farnum St & Water St) - King School (S Duke St) - Reservoir Park (Orange St & Reservoir St) - Rodney Park (Third St & Crystal St) LancasterLancaster Recreation CommissionLancaster Recreation Commission
    Laughlin Children's Center - Academic ServicesEducation programs to help children gain skills and improve academic self-esteem. Services are available for children at all grade and skill levels focusing on social readiness, reading, written language, math, and study skills, as well as Orton Gillingham tutoring for students with dyslexia. Teachers follow individualized plans that specify the starting point, goals, and methods to help each child. Study skills, organization, test-taking, SAT prep, and more, including credit recovery (summer school). AlleghenyLaughlin CenterLaughlin Children's Center
    Lebanon Community LibraryProvides books and other materials to borrow, programming for all ages, often at no cost, free computer and wifi access. Offers summer programs.LebanonLebanon Community LibraryLibrary System of Lebanon County
    Lebanon Valley Family YMCA - Summer CampsOffers summer camps and programs. Click here for information LebanonLebanon Valley Family YMCA A.L. Hanford CenterLebanon Valley Family YMCA
    Lebanon Valley Family YMCA - Summer CampsOffers summer camps and programs. Click here for inforamtion LebanonLebanon Valley Family YMCA at the VALebanon Valley Family YMCA
    Lehigh Valley CampsOnline resource to help parents and care givers find both fun and educational camps for their children.LehighCommunity Services For ChildrenCommunity Services For Children
    Lehigh Valley SummerbridgeSummerbridge offers a school year tutoring and activities program and a summer enrichment program for 7th and 8th grade boys and girls from diverse socioeconomic, ethnic, and educational backgrounds. Students come from Harrison-Morton and Raub Middle Schools in Allentown; Broughal, East Hills, Holy Infancy, Lehigh Valley Academy, Nitschmann, and Northeast Middle Schools in Bethlehem; and Easton Middle School and St. Jane School in Easton. NorthamptonLehigh Valley SummerbridgeLehigh Valley Summerbridge
    Lehigh Valley ZooHome to more than 250 animals representing 70 species from African Penguins to Zebras. Open all year, the zoo also offers educational programs, summer camps and other special events. Week long summer camps are open to children, age 4-14. LehighLehigh Valley ZooTrexler Nature Preserve
    Lititz Public Library, IncPrograms and services include: - Children's programs such as preschool story times, films, baby lapsit programs, toddler time, sign language story time, dog day story time, chess club, book clubs, a variety of special children's programs and summer learning programs - Community information - Computer tutor - Electronic magnifier available to people with vision problems - Free music concerts sponsored by Susquehanna Bank, daytime and evening programs are offered - Genealogy room with resources - Homebound delivery service - Internet access and technology programs - Opportunities for life-long learning includes books, audio and video cassettes, CDs, DVDs, magazines, local and out-of-town newspapers and telephone books and large print materials for adults - Special programs for youth and adults on history, health, gardening, travel, computers, nutrition, cooking, decorating, outdoor concerts, nature, family movies, crafts, book clubs, discussion groups, writing workshops and author visits - Tax forms - Wireless internet access - Meeting space for 15-100LancasterLititz Public Library, IncLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Lititz recCenter - Summer CampOffers a summer day camp Camp Location: 301 West Maple Street, Lititz, PA 17543 Youth Camps: Offers a variety of sports and specialty camps Age Range: 3-12 years Financial Aid: Call for information LancasterLititz recCenterLititz recCenter
    LOGAN Hope - Summer Day CampSummer Day Camps are easily dismissed as kiddie fun, yet they function with great importance in urban communities like ours. In the same way that staying in school has been shown to reduce gang involvement, teenage pregnancy, drug use and violence in our community, our summer day camp fills that role during the summer void. PhiladelphiaLOGAN Hope - Philadelphia; LoganLOGAN Hope
    Lower Macungie LibraryPublic Library Offers summer programs. LehighLower Macungie LibraryLower Macungie Library
    LUMINAPrograms include: - Free Kids Night children K thru 6th Mondays weekly Sept thru May. Crafts, Christian character, peace training, games, food - Free Day Camp - children K thru 6th one week in July. Art, food, songs, Bible stories, games, field trip. - Professional Clothing Bank - free gently used clothing suitable for interviews, work. Please bring photo ID. -Pearl Street UM Church Children's School Uniform Clothing Bank, call 717-299-3850. Lancaster City schools only. - Free Adult Cooking/Nutrition Education (SuperCupboard) in partnership with Penn State Extension. - Bright Chefs- Free Cooking/Nutrition Education Program for children and youth. LancasterLUMINALUMINA
    Luthercare for Kids - MariettaChild Care Center provides full-time as well as part-time care, along with infant and preschool programs, Kindergarten, and before and after-school-age programs. Summer camp is available for school-age children. Offers Early Head Start program and a Pre-K Counts classroom. PA Keystone Star 3 Center. LancasterLuthercare for Kids - MariettaLuthercare
    Mahanoy City Public LibraryBooks, magazines, DVD's for children and adults, various programs, storytime, internet and computer usage. Offers summer programs.SchuylkillMahanoy City Public LibraryMahanoy City Public Library
    Manchester Youth Development Center - Afterschool ProgramAfter-school program for youth ages 5 - 17, providing academic assistance for four days during the five-day schoolweek, with a fifth day for structured recreational activities. Students are offered daily classes such as computer class, sewing, robotics, arts, dance, and other enrichment activities or clubs. Students must participate in additional math and reading enrichment.AlleghenyManchester Youth Development CenterManchester Youth Development Center
    Manheim Community LibrarySystem services include: - Collections of books, audio and video cassettes, magazines, local newspapers and telephone books, and large print materials for adults - Children's programs such as preschool story times and films, summer learning programs - Special programs for youth and adults - Internet access - Meeting rooms which are available to the public at no cost for 60 - Live homework line via internet - Power Library, a state provided database with magazine articles, etc LancasterManheim Community LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Manheim Township Public LibrarySystem services include: - Collections of books,audio, DVDs and electronic databases, downloadable ebooks and audio books, magazines, local newspaper and large print materials for adults and children - Family programs, children's storytimes, summer learning programs - Internet Access: Public access computers - Wireless internet access - Meeting space for 200 Additional services at this location programs: - Adult book discussion groups - Art and other special exhibits - Houses both classical and contemporary print and electronic media collections - Informal socialization and formal learning-oriented programs such as book/film/music/genealogy/travel clubs, job search assistance, language classes, research paper/homework help/tutoring, research skills development, test preparation, computer classes - Outside book-drop for after hours returns LancasterManheim Township Public LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Manor Township Parks and Recreation - Summer Playground ProgramsOffers the following recreational programs: - Summer playground program for 7-13 year olds Programs are held at Charlestown park and Greider park. LancasterManor Township Parks and RecreationManor Township Parks and Recreation
    Mary Meuser Memorial LibraryPublic library Offers summer programs.NorthamptonMary Meuser Memorial LibraryMary Meuser Memorial Library
    Matthews Public LibraryProvides books and other materials to borrow programming for all ages, often at no cost, free computer and wifi access. Offer summer programs.LebanonMatthews Public LibraryLibrary System of Lebanon County
    Memorial Library of Nazareth and VicinityPublic library serving Upper and Lower Nazareth and Bushkill Township Offers summer programs. NorthamptonMemorial Library of Nazareth and VicinityMemorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity
    Mercy Hilltop Center - Mercy Center of the ArtsProvides Fine Arts and Science Program for preschool children, Elementary Art Program for elementary age children, summer day camp for children ages 5 - 10 and summer workshop activities for children up to 5th grade.ErieMercy Hilltop CenterMercy Hilltop Center
    Mercy Neighborhood Ministries of Philadelphia - Before and After School Child Care ProgramsFor 18 years, Mercy Neighborhood Ministries has been providing children in the Tioga community with a safe, structured and caring environment rich with opportunities to help them grow, thrive, and reach their greatest potential. This allows their parents to work as well as to attend the classes provided that will enhance their employment status.The children that attend our programs are ages 4 through 12 years, African American, and from low-income families typically headed by single mothers. We offer homework, tutoring and enrichment services to the families in our neighborhood. Our goal is to create a positive and enthusiastic attitude toward learning by offering computer programs, educational field trips, and arts and craft activities that support the present school curriculum. The Program is able to encourage the development of fundamental learning skills that so many low- income, urban children have not been exposed to in school or in their homes. Children’s progress and program quality are systematically monitored with validated assessment tools. Teachers and Director together document program strengths, identify areas for improvement, and develop an appropriate professional development plan. Children are regularly observed to record their needs and interests, and teachers write daily lesson plans to support the development of individual children and the class as a whole. Systematic training is built around a consistent curriculum model.PhiladelphiaMercy Neighborhood Ministries - Philadelphia; NicetownMercy Neighborhood Ministries of Philadelphia
    Methodist Services For Children and Families - Beacon ProgramMethodist Services for Children and Families (MSCF) Beacon Community Center, located at the John B. Stetson Middle School in Kensington, serves more than 200 children in After School and Family Preservation programs. The Beacon is a bustling community center that offers customized programs for children and their families. Designed to provide fun, educational, creative and athletic activities after school, into the evening and on the weekend when children are most likely to be left on their own. A minimal fee is charged for certain programs at the Beacon, but programs are open to all members of the community. The After School Program is offered to students from all surrounding elementary and middle schools. The students receive homework assistance and are offered the opportunity to participate in various enrichment programs consisting of computer learning, sports, arts and crafts, dance, self-esteem workshops and much more throughout the year. The children participate in a monthly ceremony that acknowledges perfect attendance, homework heroes, student of the month, and birthdays, as a means of encouraging the students to perform to the best of their abilities. The students receive an award and prize for their efforts and accomplishments. We offer a Youth Council program for students ages 14 - 21. The Youth Council members develop leadership skills by utilizing their strengths and communication skills. By engaging in classroom activities, workshops, community service, event planning, fundraising and other activities, meant to engage and attract members of the community, as well as other organizations, students participate in and help the entire community. The Family Preservation evening program provides a safe haven and support for teens and older youth in the community. This program offers basketball, computer learning, chess club, dance, drama and much more. Other programs consist of GED and ESL (English as a Second Language) classes. Monthly parent meetings offer a forum for parents to share concerns, ideas and strategies and build stronger relationships with their children, school officials and each other. Parents are encouraged to volunteer and become a part of their children’s educational growth at the Beacon. During the summer, the Beacon hosts a Summer Camp for members of the community which offers a wide range of programs. The Beacon Program offers open enrollment. For more information on the programs offered at the Stetson Beacon, please call Marisell Bruno at 215-291-5650 or mbruno@methodistservices.org.PhiladelphiaMethodist Services For Children and Families - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaMethodist Services For Children and Families
    Milanof-Schock LibrarySystem services include: - Collections of books, audio, CD's, DVD's and video cassettes, magazines, local and out-of-town newspapers and telephone books, and large print materials for adults - Children's programs such as preschool story times, films, crafts and cooking workshops, summer reading programs - Special programs for youth, adults and seniors - Internet access Additional services at this location: - Meeting and conference rooms for 55 which are available to the public - Reference question service - Workshops on computers, marketing and hobbies - Copying machine - Library book and craft store - Book gift plan - Official Mount Joy Borough Extra Service refuse tag sales site Designated as a Passport Acceptance Agency. Authorized to provide passport applications and related forms, explain service options, and record and verify applicant identification. May also administer oaths and witness signatures. By appointment only.LancasterMilanof-Schock LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Millerstown United Methodist Charge Youth MinistryYouth ministry and leadership programPerryMillerstown United Methodist ChargeMillerstown United Methodist Charge
    Miracle House MinistriesProvides entertainment activities, educational programs, Bible studies, tutoring, and homework assistance for children and youth; counseling services offered to adults, parents, and guardians.AlleghenyMiracle HouseMiracle House
    Mix at Arbor Place - Youth CenterOffers: - Faith-based youth development/leadership programs - Mentoring - Counseling - Academic enrichment - Police Athletic/Activities League - We Rock the Mic, spoken word poetry - Youth operated Remix Recording Sound Studio - Summer Camps LancasterMix at Arbor PlaceMix at Arbor Place
    Moores Memorial LibrarySystem wide services of the public libraries in Lancaster County include: - Children's programming, summer reading programs - Collections consisting of books, magazines, audio books, large print books, VHS and DVDs for children and adults - Free Wi-Fi - Online computers - Online renewal and reserve service for library cardholders from home computers - Online resources - Reference services - Meeting space for 8-10 Additional services at this location: - Local history collection - Moores Book Group - Weekly storytime for preschool children on Wednesday morning at 10:30am during the school year - Lego Club, Knitting Club, Crocheting Club, Wooden Blocks Collection for kidsLancasterMoores Memorial LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    M-PowerHouse of Greater PittsburghA STEAM focused initiative that targets grades K through 12 and community on the educational, social and economic factors that become obstacles to youth in underserved and underrepresented communities and schools getting and staying engaged Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics.AlleghenyM-PowerHouseM-PowerHouse of Greater Pittsburgh
    Mt. Ararat Community Activity Center - After SchoolAn active program for children ages 5 - 14. The children receive homework assistance, tutoring, computer class, and outdoor and indoor recreational activities. Field Trips offered once per month.AlleghenyMount Ararat Community Activity Center - After SchoolMt. Ararat Community Activity Center
    Multi Cultural Youth Leadership ProgramMulti Cultural Youth leadership Program is developed around a core belief that you mentor & provide our youth with core values of volunteering and career development which shall build leadership skills and qualities to contribute to a larger pool of qualified workers for our work forces.FranklinBuilding Our Pride in Chambersburg, Inc.Building Our Pride In Chambersburg, Inc.
    Myerstown Community LibraryProvides books and other materials to borrow, programming for all ages, often at no cost, free computer and wifi access. Offers summer programs.LebanonMyerstown Community LibraryLibrary System of Lebanon County
    Narberth Community Coalition - Summer Program - Lower MerionEntering Middle School can be a real culture shock for preteen girls as they face a more complex academic and social scene, in addition to their rapidly changing bodies and minds. Club Ophelia focuses on helping girls build healthy relationships, despite a youth culture that promotes distorted body images, girlfighting, cyberbullying and exposure to adult material in the media. Movin’ Up will address these issues and teach your daughter strategies for handling this new environment. Led by experienced educators, high-school mentors and guest experts, each girl will learn: * How to make new friends * How to make good decisions amidst peer pressure * Internet etiquette and safety * Stress-busters * How to have a positive body image * Healthy eating habits (and recipes for delicious snacks) * Problem solving through role plays * To express herself through art and movement * Leadership skills MontgomeryThe Lower Merion-Narberth Community Coalition - Montgomery; NarberthLower Merion - Narberth Community Coalition
    Nazareth YMCA - Summer CampOffers a traditional camping program for children NorthamptonNazareth YMCAGreater Valley YMCA
    Neighborhood Art HouseProvides classes in visual, performing and literary arts and in environmental action to at risk children in Erie in a safe, nourishing and caring environment. To enable children to experience beauty, grow in positive self-expression and self-discipline, and develop into full and productive human beings.ErieNeighborhood Art HouseInner-City Neighborhood Art House
    Neighborhood First Program - Bucket Drumming CorpsHelps youth to discover and explore their talents and values. In addition to drumming and teaching them how to preform, the goal is provide opportunity for constructive activities that encourages children to learn and develop health self-images and self-determination.BucksNeighborhood First Program, Inc.Neighborhood First Program, Inc. - Bucks; PA
    Neighborhood Learning AllianceAn alliance of community and faith organizations working to support children's education, promote economic development and address other social barriers facing residents. Contracts with community organizations to provide afterschool programs in schools for K-5 and middle / high school students. Provides leadership, funding, training, and resources to help improve the quality of afterschool programming, particularly for the children in the Pittsburgh’s African-American and lower income neighborhoods.AlleghenyNeighborhood Learning AllianceNeighborhood Learning Alliance
    New Day Inc. Afterschool Program / JohnstownAfter school program for youth in grades 1 through 10.CambriaNew Day Inc. Afterschool Program / JohnstownNew Day
    New Day Inc. Summer Camps/ActivitiesSummer day activites/camps.CambriaNew Day Inc. Summer Camp/ActivitiesNew Day
    New Foundations Charter School - Community C.A.R.E.S. Learning CenterMission: The Community CARES Learning Center aims to be a center of community involvement that addresses serious issues facing the community’s families. The mission of this Center is to provide youth, adults, families, and community members with the resources and programs they need to enjoy a healthy life through innovative fitness, health, education, art, literacy, and family life initiatives. This Center represents a partnership between First Philadelphia Charter School for Literacy (Frankford Valley Site) and New Foundations Charter School (Holmesburg Site). This Center will strive to be a place of learning, enrichment, and growth through Collaboration, Arts, Recreation, Education, and Service with curriculum available to every member of the community. Description: Collaborating together to build this new learning center, programs are available to the entire community at both NFCS, located at Torresdale Avenue and Rhawn Street, and First Philadelphia, located at Church and Tacony Streets. Both sites have after school programs for kindergarten through fifth grade. In addition, NFCS offers a variety of programs for elementary through high school students that focus on arts, fitness, technology, service, and healthy lifestyles, as well as workshops, activities, and service opportunities for families. NFCS also holds 1-on-1 tutoring and preparatory classes for the Terra Nova, PSAT, and SAT standardized tests.PhiladelphiaNew Foundations Charter School - Philadelphia; TaconyNew Foundations Charter School
    New Frankford Community Y - After School ProgramProvides homework assistance, tutoring, swimming, arts and crafts, and club activities. Escort available for the following locations: Stern, St. Joachim's, Mater Dolorosa, St. Mark's, Edmunds, Frankford Friends and Marshall. Parents can drop children off if school is not listed. Holiday and snow days included. Call to find out fees and for more information.Philadelphia*Main Site (New Frankford Community Y)New Frankford Community Y
    New Frankford Community Y - Cosmic Challenger Summer CampCampers will spend the summer learning about the world of science. They will challenge their minds and learn from their experiments. Provides swimming and swimming lessons, indoor and outdoor play, arts and crafts, computer lab and music. In addition, children will be encouraged to enhance their math and reading skills. Membership fee required. Call for more fee information.Philadelphia*Main Site (New Frankford Community Y)New Frankford Community Y
    New Vision Youth and Community Center - Youth ServicesTo provide social services for Asian-American youth and their family. To assist families in crisis through intervention and counseling. To establish community based social service programs that will improve the quality of life for inner city youth. MontgomeryNew Vision Youth and Community Center - Montgomery; GlensideNew Vision Youth and Community Center
    NHM, Dillsburg, Youth Programs - Education and ClubsWe seek to serve the whole family and build a strong foundation with children from babies through the teenage years. • PETALS – Preschool Prep program offering parents resources and guidance for teaching their children needed skills to be ready to enter school •Weekly Kids Club - format of developmental activity, life skills, character building, positive adult role models, and social skills development (Evening sessions) • Teen Job Readiness and Employment Program in partnership with local high schools • Scholarships for high potential, low-income high school students to obtain college while in high school • Early childhood education scholarships to high quality Pre-K programs for low income kids • Reading Corners program, which is a co-branded United Way initiative, to offer age and developmentally appropriate books to families using our food pantries and assistance centers, and add the components of instructing families on the importance of reading and having in-center volunteers to read to children who visit our agency and match them with books YorkNew Hope Ministries, (NHM) - DillsburgNew Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, Dover, Youth Programs - Education and ClubsWe seek to serve the whole family and build a strong foundation with children from babies through the teenage years. • PETALS – Preschool Prep program offering parents resources and guidance for teaching their children needed skills to be ready to enter school •Weekly Kids Club - format of developmental activity, life skills, character building, positive adult role models, and social skills development (Evening sessions) • Teen Job Readiness and Employment Program in partnership with local high schools • Scholarships for high potential, low-income high school students to obtain college while in high school • Early childhood education scholarships to high quality Pre-K programs for low income kids • Reading Corners program, which is a co-branded United Way initiative, to offer age and developmentally appropriate books to families using our food pantries and assistance centers, and add the components of instructing families on the importance of reading and having in-center volunteers to read to children who visit our agency and match them with books YorkNew Hope Ministries(NHM) - DoverNew Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, Hanover, Youth Programs - Education and ClubsWe seek to serve the whole family and build a strong foundation with children from babies through the teenage years. • PETALS – Preschool Prep program offering parents resources and guidance for teaching their children needed skills to be ready to enter school •Weekly Kids Club - format of developmental activity, life skills, character building, positive adult role models, and social skills development (Evening sessions) • Teen Job Readiness and Employment Program in partnership with local high schools • Scholarships for high potential, low-income high school students to obtain college while in high school • Early childhood education scholarships to high quality Pre-K programs for low income kids • Reading Corners program, which is a co-branded United Way initiative, to offer age and developmentally appropriate books to families using our food pantries and assistance centers, and add the components of instructing families on the importance of reading and having in-center volunteers to read to children who visit our agency and match them with books YorkNew Hope Ministries (NHM) - HanoverNew Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, Mehchanicsburg, Youth Programs - Education and ClubsWe seek to serve the whole family and build a strong foundation with children from babies through the teenage years. • PETALS – Preschool Prep program offering parents resources and guidance for teaching their children needed skills to be ready to enter school •Weekly Kids Club - format of developmental activity, life skills, character building, positive adult role models, and social skills development (Evening sessions) • Teen Job Readiness and Employment Program in partnership with local high schools • Scholarships for high potential, low-income high school students to obtain college while in high school • Early childhood education scholarships to high quality Pre-K programs for low income kids • Reading Corners program, which is a co-branded United Way initiative, to offer age and developmentally appropriate books to families using our food pantries and assistance centers, and add the components of instructing families on the importance of reading and having in-center volunteers to read to children who visit our agency and match them with booksCumberlandNew Hope Ministries (NHM) - MechanicsburgNew Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, New Oxford, Youth Programs - Education and ClubsWe seek to serve the whole family and build a strong foundation with children from babies through the teenage years. • PETALS – Preschool Prep program offering parents resources and guidance for teaching their children needed skills to be ready to enter school •Weekly Kids Club - format of developmental activity, life skills, character building, positive adult role models, and social skills development (Evening sessions) • Teen Job Readiness and Employment Program in partnership with local high schools • Scholarships for high potential, low-income high school students to obtain college while in high school • Early childhood education scholarships to high quality Pre-K programs for low income kids • Reading Corners program, which is a co-branded United Way initiative, to offer age and developmentally appropriate books to families using our food pantries and assistance centers, and add the components of instructing families on the importance of reading and having in-center volunteers to read to children who visit our agency and match them with books AdamsNew Hope Ministries (NHM) - New OxfordNew Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, West Shore/Lemoyne, Youth Programs - Education and ClubsWe seek to serve the whole family and build a strong foundation with children from babies through the teenage years. • PETALS – Preschool Prep program offering parents resources and guidance for teaching their children needed skills to be ready to enter school •Weekly Kids Club - format of developmental activity, life skills, character building, positive adult role models, and social skills development (Evening sessions) • Teen Job Readiness and Employment Program in partnership with local high schools • Scholarships for high potential, low-income high school students to obtain college while in high school • Early childhood education scholarships to high quality Pre-K programs for low income kids • Reading Corners program, which is a co-branded United Way initiative, to offer age and developmentally appropriate books to families using our food pantries and assistance centers, and add the components of instructing families on the importance of reading and having in-center volunteers to read to children who visit our agency and match them with books CumberlandNew Hope Ministries (NHM) - West Shore/LemoyneNew Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    Norris Square Civic Association - After School ProgramProvides academic, recreation and cultural activities. Norris Square's homework club provides homework assistance, computer games, sporting events, and monthly trips. Snacks are provided.PhiladelphiaNorris Square Community Alliance - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaNorris Square Community Alliance
    Norris Square Neighborhood Project - After School ProgramProvides academic, recreational and cultural activities. NSNP’s youth programs serve 65 children daily between the ages of 5 and 18. NSNP serves the working parent of these children by providing a safe and supervised environment for the children during the standard workday. The youth receive homework aid, recreation time, and enrichment activities. The NSNP After School Program is a low cost service to local families and strives to engage youth in educational and character enhancement programs. From these services, children build self-esteem and coping skills that enable them to make positive life choices.PhiladelphiaNorris Square Neighborhood Project - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaNorris Square Neighborhood Project
    Norris Square Neighborhood Project - Summer Day CampProvides various educational and recreational activities. The Summer Day Camp Program is one of NSNP's oldest programs with neighborhood children participating in it for over 30 years. Each summer around 60 (ages 5-14) children come to NSNP for six weeks of music, cooking, crafts, nature study, field trips, conflict resolution and drug prevention lessons, topped off by a four-day over-night camping trip. Yearly themes provide the framework to teach the children about their community and how it fits into the larger world around them. Children are exposed to new skills and ideas. They learn about their own worth and the need for cooperation. They go on enriching trips to Philadelphia's cultural and educational institutions, where they learn and visit exciting new places. For the children, most of whom live in our environment full of violence, drugs, and ugly streets, this camp provides a daily refuge of love, beauty and acceptance. PhiladelphiaNorris Square Neighborhood Project - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaNorris Square Neighborhood Project
    Northampton Area Public LibraryPublic libraryNorthamptonNorthampton Area Public LibraryNorthampton Area Public Library
    Northeast Ministry - Youth ServicesAfter School Program provides homework help, tutoring, computer lab and enrichment activities for children in first-twelfth grade living in the Marvine/Pembroke low income housing development. Open Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 5:30pm during school year when BASD is in session. Summer camp program offers swimming and various activities for children, 6 to 12 years of age. Operates for seven weeks during the summer, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 3:00pm and Friday, 8:00am to 12:00pm with extended hours until 3:00pm available upon request. Older Youth Program meets once per week providing a positive, supervised venue for older youth in grades 8 through 12. Program encourages the young adults to build mentoring relationships with staff & other community adults who encourage positive behavior and good living habits. NorthamptonNortheast MinistryNortheast Ministry
    Northern Children's Services - Out-Of-School Time (After School Initiative)Provides a structured academic setting and enriching safe haven after school for students in K thru 5th grades.PhiladelphiaNorthern Home for Children - Philadelphia; East FallsNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - Out-Of-School Time (After School Initiative) - ChesterProvides a structured academic setting and enriching safe haven after school for students in K thru 5th grades.DelawareNorthern Children's Services - ChesterNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - School Reintegration (RETI-WRAP)The RETI-Wrap program connects the Department of Human Services-funded reintegration network and the Philadelphia School District’s Re-entry Transition Initiative (RETI-WRAP). Supports children returning from delinquent placement transition back into regular school and community settings.PhiladelphiaNorthern Home for Children - Philadelphia; East FallsNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - School Reintegration (RETI-WRAP) - ChesterThe RETI-Wrap program connects the Department of Human Services-funded reintegration network and the Philadelphia School District’s Re-entry Transition Initiative (RETI-WRAP). Supports children returning from delinquent placement transition back into regular school and community settings.DelawareNorthern Children's Services - ChesterNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - School Therapeutic ServicesProvides support for children, youth and families to achieve and maintain appropriate functioning that will transfer to community, home, and the school environment. School Therapeutic Services provide support to children and youth who have emotional and/or behavior problems that make it difficult for them to learn in a classroom setting.PhiladelphiaNorthern Home for Children - Philadelphia; East FallsNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - School Therapeutic Services - ChesterProvides support for children, youth and families to achieve and maintain appropriate functioning that will transfer to community, home, and the school environment. School Therapeutic Services provide support to children and youth who have emotional and/or behavior problems that make it difficult for them to learn in a classroom setting.DelawareNorthern Children's Services - ChesterNorthern Children's Services
    North Light Community Center - Kid Zone After School ProgramProvides affordable, after-school care for elementary school children in a supervised environment.PhiladelphiaNorth Light Community Center - Philadelphia; ManayunkNorth Light Community Center
    North Light Community Center - Summer Day CampProvides activities, projects, and some organized trips centered on a popular theme.PhiladelphiaNorth Light Community Center - Philadelphia; ManayunkNorth Light Community Center
    Oil Region Library Association - Oil City Library - Youth ProgrammingBouncing Babies - Mondays at 10am, ages 0-3 (recommended, but older children welcome) and caregivers Full STEAM Ahead - *DURING SCHOOL YEAR ONLY* Tuesdays at 1:30pm, ages 3-5 and caregivers. Fun with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Storytime - Fridays at 10am, all ages welcome LOFT - Literacy and Opportunity for Teens. Games, book talks, and more! Ages 13-19 every other Thursday, 5:30-6:30pm Annual summer reading program for children and teens. Call for more information or with any questions!VenangoOil Region Library Association - Oil City LibraryOil Region Library Association
    One-to-OneOur cornerstone program…the One-To-One program matches Littles in our agency with Big Brothers or Big Sisters for a minimum of one year. The "matches" get together for an average of 8-10 hours per month (4-hour minimum). Each match has its own unique Case Plan designed to help the Little improve and to provide an actionable plan for the volunteer Big. BerksBig Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County - One-to-One ProgramBig Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Orwigsburg Public LibraryBooks, magazines, children's programs, storytime, Internet and computer, audiobooks on CDS, E-books, Wifi, DVD's, adult programs and clubs. Offers summer programs.SchuylkillOrwigsburg Public LibraryOrwigsburg Public Library
    Overlook Day CampOffers a summer day camp including crafts, roller skating, outdoor sports, weekly field trips, movies and swimming. Camp Location: 301 Golf Drive, Lancaster, PA 17601 Age Range: Entering kindergarten-7th grade Financial Aid: No LancasterOverlook Day CampManheim Township Parks and Recreation
    Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association - Youth DevelopmentCurrent youth programs include mentoring, after school, and summer programs. Programs include art, music, reading and recreational programming as well as various family events to highlight accomplishments of participating youth. In addition, provides focused violence prevention and conflict mediation activities and strategies.PhiladelphiaOxford Circle Christian Community Development Association - Philadelphia; Oxford CircleOxford Circle Christian Community Development Association
    Palmerton Area LibraryPublic library for residents of Palmerton Area School District including Palmerton, Bowmanstown, Lower Towamensing Township and Towamensing Township. Offer summer programs.CarbonPalmerton Area LibraryPalmerton Area Library
    Palmyra Public LibraryProvides books and other materials to borrow, programming for all ages, often at no cost, and free computer and wifi access. Offers summer programs.LebanonPalmyra Public LibraryLibrary System of Lebanon County
    Pals For Life - Education ProgramsPals For Life brings appropriate therapy animals to schools and educational centers to teach proper pet care and interaction. This education program provides the following benefits: --Teaches children how to care for their animals – how to train them, how to take care of them, and what their pet is trying to tell them. Teachers will also tie in the lessons they learned with their own lives as well. For example, when discussing how an animal communicates non-verbally, the children are able to think about how they also communicate with their own body language and how to read another person’s body language, an important life skill. --Stress the importance of having a calm body and calm voice around animals. Pals For Life will work with children on the autism spectrum and other special needs who often have challenges with self control, both verbally and physically. Using the animals as incentive and reward for maintaining a calm body and calm voice, the children are able to practice their self-control, and are rewarded with a cuddle from a snuggly dog. Teachers are often amazed at the difference in behavior of their students when the animals are around. --Teach about animal-related careers and other ways animals help their community. Pals For Life raises awareness about service animals, therapy animals and seizure-alert dogs. In addition, the children learn about careers to explore if they are interested in animals. DelawarePals For Life - Delaware; WaynePals For Life
    Panther Valley Public LibraryLending library. Literacy and learning center provides one on one tutoring. Offers summer programs. CarbonPanther Valley Public LibraryPanther Valley Public Library
    Parent-Infant Center - After School ProgramThe After School Center at PIC serves children in grades K-6 who attend area public, independent or parochial schools. Our program offers time for homework assistance, outdoor free play, and a variety of special-interest clubs such as cooking, writing projects, carpentry, sports, arts and crafts, science and community service. We offer full-day care when children are released early and on school holidays. Holiday care often includes special activities or trips to nearby points of interest. Families may enroll for 2-5 days per week, or for school holidays only. In the 2009-2010 school year, we provide transportation from Greenfield, Penn Alexander, Powel, and St. Francis de Sales. Parent involvement is an integral part of the PIC community and all families who enroll agree to make an investment of time in the work that we do. The Parent Participation Program (PPP) volunteer requirement for families enrolled in ASC is 10 hours per year (6 hours for single parents). The After School Center is accredited by the National AfterSchool Association. For more information, see our brochure (PDF).PhiladelphiaParent-Infant Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaParent-Infant Center
    Parkland Community LibraryPublic library for residents of Parkland School District, which includes North Whitehall, South Whitehall and Upper Macungie Townships, and Allentown residents of ward 17, fourth district and ward 18, second district. Offers summer programs. LehighParkland Community LibraryParkland Community Library
    PA Treatment and Healing - State College - Alternative Education for Disruptive YouthProvides educational services for students who have failed or been removed from the public school setting or who demonstrate behavior disorders which cannot be addressed in a regular educational setting. More information on the Alternative Education for Disruptive Youth Program can be found here.CentrePA Treatment and Healing - State CollegePA Treatment and Healing
    Peace CampA nonprofit citizens group working to build a just society and a peaceful world through nonviolent action. Each summer during the month of July a Peace Camp is offered to young people, ages 6-12 (interested teens and adults are welcome to volunteer). The camp is planned by LEPOCO, but is held at a local church facility. It is usually held the last full week of July. Contact LEPOCO for more information.NorthamptonLehigh-Pocono Committee of ConcernLehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern
    Pennsylvania National Guard - Child and Youth ProgramThe Child and Youth Program implements and facilitates training/readiness programs for military youth. It also provides child and youth referral and resources to Service members and Families to reduce the challenges that arise from military service. Child and Youth Programs
    • Day and Overnight Camps
    • Family Camps
    • Military Child and Youth Resource Center
    • State and National Conference Opportunities
    • Summer Teen and Youth Camps
    • Volunteer Opportunities and Workshops
    • Weekend Camps
    • Baby Bundles
    LebanonPennsylvania National GuardPennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Pequea Valley Public LibraryServices at this location include: - 18 public computers - Weekly pre-school storytime - Free Wi-Fi Access - Weekly Toddlertime - A "Quick Pick-Up" Window - 24-7 Pick Up Box - Book Discussion Group - Monthly programs of interest to adults - Expanded Children's programs - Coffee bar and comfortable seating - A separate Children's Room and designated areas for young readers and teens. - Used book store open every Tuesday and Saturday - Summer reading programs LancasterPequea Valley Public LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Philadelphia Museum of Art - Delphi After School Art ClubA comprehensive arts education program created for middle-school students. As part of these weekly classes, students learn about both the creative and academic aspects of arts education, seeking to become proficient in the academic standards for arts education as well as literacy. Specific components of the program focus on production, performance, and exhibition of art work, as well as the historical and cultural context of art in the Museum’s collections. Students develop critical responses to works of art and gain cultural exposure to the visual arts.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of Art - School and Teacher ProgramsPhiladelphia Museum of Art
    Philadelphia Museum of Art - Friday After School Art ClassTen week series provides studio experience appropriate to age. Two age groups based classes.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of Art - School and Teacher ProgramsPhiladelphia Museum of Art
    Philadelphia Museum of Art - High School Sketch ClubThis is a ten week sessions and is offered in the fall and spring of each year. Student participants get to meet a different artist each week and have the opportunity to explore a variety of art mediums. All art materials are provided.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of Art - School and Teacher ProgramsPhiladelphia Museum of Art
    Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center - After School ProgramProvides academic, recreational and cultural activities.PhiladelphiaBenjamin Franklin High School (Opportunities Industrialization Center)Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center
    Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center - Children's Investment Strategy (CIS) Summer ProgramSummer program for youth.PhiladelphiaBenjamin Franklin High School (Opportunities Industrialization Center)Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center
    Philadelphia Parks and Recreation - After School ProgramsProvides safe places and structured activity during non-school hours for children to learn and grow. PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Parks and Recreation - Philadelphia; Center CityPhiladelphia Parks and Recreation
    Philadelphia Youth Network - Work Ready ProgramWorkReady provides skills training and industry pipeline programs. WorkReady Philadelphia programs offer a variety of ways that businesses throughout the region can give a young person their first break. PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Youth Network - Philadelphia; Old CityPhiladelphia Youth Network
    Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives - Fast Forward Connections After School ProgramBased at Phoenixville Area Middle School, PAPA's Fast Forward after-school program helps students in grades 6 through 8 strengthen their academic and social skills. The program operates Monday through Thursday from 2:35 to 5 p.m. It offers: - Tutoring. - Counseling, recreational, and enrichment activities. - Monthly trips and workshops.Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives)Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives
    Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives - Move Ahead After School ProgramBased at Barkley Elementary School, PAPA's Move Ahead after-school program helps students in grades 2 through 5 strengthen their academic and social skills. The program operates Monday through Thursday from 3:15 to 5:30 p.m. It offers: - Help with homework and study skills development. - Social interaction skills development. - Daily recreational and enrichment activities. - Monthly trips and workshops.Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives)Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives
    Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives - Summer Activities For EnrichmentThe SAFE Program is located in Barkley Elementary School. It runs for 7 weeks during the summer (late June through early August), Monday through Friday, 8:30-3:00. In cooperation with the Phoenixville Area School District, SAFE offers: - Daily academic and enrichment activities during the summer months - Development of social interaction and coping skills - Weekly incentive based trips Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives)Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives
    Point Breeze Civic Association - After School ProgramProvides cultural programs, basic reading, English and math enrichment and seasonal sports program held at Vare Middle School. Small fee.PhiladelphiaPoint Breeze Civic Association - Philadelphia; Point BreezePoint Breeze Civic Association
    Point Breeze Civic Association - Summer Day ProgramOffers summer recreational activities, and learning center. PhiladelphiaPoint Breeze Civic Association - Philadelphia; Point BreezePoint Breeze Civic Association
    Police Athletic League - Basketball Sports Program - PottstownOur Basketball program is offered to youth in Pottstown and the Tri-County Area. Currently, we are offering two seasons: Winter (January – March) Summer (June – July) with four divisions: 8U, 10U, 12U, and 14U.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Cheerleading Program - PottstownGirls ages 5 - 16 Support our Flag and Tackle teams in the Pop Warner Bux Mont League. In addition to cheering at Patriots games, our Cheerleaders participate in competition and the Bux-Mont Cheer Fun Day.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Dek Hockey Sports Program - PottstownThe PAL Dek Hockey Program is offered to youth in Pottstown and the Tri-County area. The program provides three team levels: Penguin (ages 7-9), Cadet (ages 10-12) and Teenage (13-16).MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Flag Football Sports Program - PottstownThe Flag Football Progran is offered to Youth in Pottstown and the surroundin Tri-County Area.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League of Philadelphia - Youth ProgramsAthletics: - Baseball and Softball - Basketball - Bowling - Double-Dutch - Dance Program - Indoor Soccer - Flag Football - Junior Golf - Gymnastics - Tennis - Volleyball - Weightlifting - Wrestling - Track and Field Education: - Computer Education Program & Computer Labs - College and Career Fair - PAL Day at City Hall - Homework Clubs - Literacy Programs - PAL Scholarships - Positive Images — Girls Self-Esteem Building Program - Field Trips - The PAL Challenge - Spelling Bee - 24 Math Challenge - Mural Arts Program Special Events and Activities: - PAL Night at the Phillies - PAL Night at the Sixers - PAL Day at City Hall - Live Entertainment (theater / shows) - Billiards - Foosball - Ping-Pong - Table Tennis - Clinics - Tours - Exhibitions - Chess Clubs - Fright Night at Eastern State PrisonPhiladelphiaPolice Athletic League of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Port RichmondPolice Athletic League of Philadelphia
    Police Athletic League - Police Explorers Post Mentoring Program - PottstownThis corroborative effort enables the youth of the community to experience of actual training by experienced police officers in their normal day-to-day operations of a police department serving their community. The program covers such topics as: prevention of crimes and violence in school and home, crimes against youth, teen drug use, life skills, and the legal system. Participants attend monthly meetings and trainings. They are able to schedule time with an advisor to work in the radio room, ride in a police vehicle, and assist in community projects where traffic, parking or other types of control are needed.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Soccer Sports Program - PottstownThis program offers children ages 4 to 17 the opportunity to learn the drills and techniques necessary to improve their game. Currently we offer both Fall and Spring programs.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Tackle Football Sports Program - PottstownThe Tackle Football Progran is offered to Youth in Pottstown and the surroundin Tri-County Area.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Wrestling Sports Program - PottstownThe wrestling program is under the guidance of volunteer coaches. This program has transformed the lives of children though their dedication. The Program has inspired the youth to work diligently toward bettering themselves through discipline and understanding of fair play. This program runs from October through January.MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Police Athletic League - Youth Court Mentoring Program - PottstownThis court diversion program is specifically designed for summary youth offenders who have a limited or no prior court record. Participation is completely voluntary. The purpose of youth court is to direct cases away from the District Court and to provide a forum for the youth, who admit guilt, to explain their involvement in the offense. The youth are sentenced by a jury of their peers. The Jury of trained student volunteers listens to the attorneys arguments both for and against the youths involvement in the case. The Jury then talk over the important points raised and agree on the appropriate sentence. The judge approves the sentence and the youth and his/her parent(s) or guardian(s) sign a contract agreeing to carry out the sentence imposed. Youth court relies heavily on the principles of Restorative Justice. The youth respondent is held accountable to the victim(s), the community, and themselves. Writing apology letters and essays, performing community service, and interviewing various safety professionals are common forms of sentencing from the Youth Court jurors. Positive peer pressure is makes constructive impact on the respondents. This program runs year round. MontgomeryPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area - Montgomery; PottstownPolice Athletic League - Pottstown Area
    Port Carbon Public LibraryBooks, magazines, children's programs, storytime, video tapes, and computersSchuylkillPort Carbon Public LibraryPort Carbon Public Library
    Pottsville Free Public LibraryBooks, magazines, various programs, storytime, Internet and computers. Offers summer programs.SchuylkillPottsville Free Public LibraryPottsville Free Public Library
    Private Industry Council of Westmoreland Fayette - Afterschool Enrichment Program and Summer Enrichment ProgramProvides youth in grades 4-8 with homework help, tutoring, academic enrichment activities, character building opportunities, health and nutrition education, and physical activity.WestmorelandYouth ProgramsPrivate Industry Council of Westmoreland Fayette
    ProJeCt of Easton - Sizzle Summer CampA free summer day camp focusing on reading skills for at-risk, low-income children in grades K-4 from the Easton Area School District (EASD). NorthamptonProJeCt of EastonProJeCt of Easton
    Providence Center - After School ProgramAfter School Programs help children and teens develop reverence for the dignity of their lives, the lives of their peers, and the life of their community. Students in our programs come to see themselves as bright, imaginative and caring individuals who strive to act as their sincere selves and to help their peers to do the same. After School Activites Include: - Homework - Tutoring - Enrichment Activities -Social and emotional learning - Field tripsPhiladelphiaProvidence Center - Philadelphia; West KensingtonProvidence Center
    Public Library of CatasauquaPublic library. Call for information on programs and events. Offers summer programs.LehighPublic Library of CatasauquaPublic Library of Catasauqua
    Quarryville LibrarySystem services include: - Collections of books, audio and video cassettes, DVDs, magazines, local and out-of-town newspapers, and large print materials for adults - Biz Info to Grow (BIG): a program that provides free guidance, direction and an electronic database to assist start-up and existing small businesses - Children's programs such as preschool story times and films, summer learning programs - Special programs for youth and adults - Internet Access Location services: - Art exhibits - Bookstore - Friends of the Library group - Garden Group - Meeting rooms which are available to the public for 35 at tables and 100 theatre style - Passport services LancasterQuarryville LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Richland Community LibraryProvides books and other materials to borrow, programming for all ages, often at no cost, free computer and wifi access. Offers summer programs.LebanonRichland Community LibraryLibrary System of Lebanon County
    Ringtown Area LibraryBorrowing of books, magazines, tapes, storytime. Use of computers. Offers summer programs.SchuylkillRingtown Area LibraryRingtown Area Library
    Rooted Youth MinistryGames, fun, food, and Bible DiscussionCumberlandNewburg First Church of GodNewburg First Church of God
    Saint Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church - St. Matthew Youth Center - The Matts•THE ST. MATTHEW YOUTH CENTER "THE MATTS"• #THEMATTS The Lighthouse at The Matts After School Club (Grades 1-5) Evening Teen Program (Grades 6-12) The Lighthouse at The Matts Summer Camp (Grades 1-8) Over 50 years of operation, we have expanded our programming to more youth! Membership is $5.00 from September 2017 - May 2018. Closes for holidays and inclement weather (check your local TV/Radio stations) •"The Matts" is open from mid-September to the end of May for the after school club and evening teen program. •“The Lighthouse at The Matts Summer Camp” runs for 6 weeks from the beginning of June to the end of July. Our Schedule: After School Club (a collaborative program with LifePath Christian Ministries), Mondays through Fridays 3:30pm-5:45pm (Only 15 slots available per school year. Schools we work with include Lincoln Charter School, Logos Academy, York Academy, Ferguson School, and Devers School.) Activities include: homework help, Good News bible study class, arts & crafts, movie time, gym time, holiday parties, and occasional field trips. Transportation is offered to the students as well. We pick up the students from their schools, bring them back to Saint Matthew, and provide transportation to their homes after program. A hot dinner is provided to the students before being transported home. Evening Teen Program, Mondays through Thursdays 7:00-9:00 PM, Fridays 7:00-10:00pm. Schedule: Mondays (Homework Help & Open Arcade) 7:oopm-9:00pm Tuesdays (Young Leaders Bible Study Night) 7:00pm-9:00pm Wednesdays – Thursdays (Open Gym & Open Arcade) 7:00pm-9:00pm Fridays (Open Gym & Open Arcade) 7:00pm-10:00pm Activities include: basketball, ping pong, pool tables, air hockey, arcade games, snack bar, play station, Wii and TV lounge. Wi-Fi is also available. The Snack Bar offers penny candy, candy bars, chicken tenders, hot dogs, soda and other yummy stuff, priced at the church’s cost. The youth will have opportunities to earn vouchers for the snack bar by memorizing Bible verses and other activities. Monthly birthday celebrations are held. On the fourth (4th) Thursday, the center opens 1 hour earlier (6:00pm) for Club Night. Starting with fun games, a Bible scripture is read and a topic, impacting the youth in today’s climate, is discussed allowing the youth to share their thoughts. Meals are provided on Club Nights by St. Matthew volunteers. The supervising staff provide a safe environment, Bible Study leadership, tutoring and Christian friendship. For 50 years, the center has offered a place for young people to gather with other young people in a joyous Christian atmosphere, for social activities, recreation, and community. Supervisors are LaQuinn Thompson, Community Outreach Director, Rick & Steph Welliver, Kelly Ott, Kevin Herman, Daryll Perkins, Joey Gonzales, Maggie Miller, Calvin Fountain, Mayralee Gonzales. Volunteers are always welcomed to assist! Parents are welcome to visit at any time. The Lighthouse at The Matts Summer Camp (a collaborative program with LifePath Christian Ministries), Mondays through Fridays 9:00am-4:00pm Our camp is divided into three groups: Primaries (grades 1-3), Middlers (grades 4-5), and Juniors (grades 6-8). Each group gets the chance to experience many great trips that display the blessings God has given to us on Earth. For our day camp, every Monday and Thursday are park days, Tuesday and Friday are pool days, and Wednesday is our tour day. The last day of day camp, all three groups venture off to spend the day at an amusement park to celebrate the ending of the Summer. We also offer a 5-day overnight camp. All three groups travel to a selected Christian campground and experience life away from the city to help the campers become mentally, emotionally, and spiritually closer to the Lord. The campers will participate in activities including but not limited to bible study, swimming, boating, zip lining, rock climbing, sports and games, hiking, campfire, skit night, etc. This is a great opportunity for campers to discover who they are in Christ and establish a stronger relationship with God. YorkSaint Matthew Evangelical Lutheran ChurchSaint Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church
    Salvation Army Allentown - Camp LadoreCamp Ladore is a week-long residential summer camp program open to all children, 6-12 years old. Registration required. Fee is $60 per child. LehighSalvation Army AllentownSalvation Army - Lehigh Valley Area Services
    Salvation Army Bethlehem - Camp LadoreCamp Ladore (Poconos) is a week-long residential summer camp program open to all children, 7-12 years old. Registration required. Fees apply, but financial assistance is available for those who qualify. 3-week summer enrichment day camp for children, age 7-12. Fees apply, but financial assistance is available for those who qualify. NorthamptonSalvation Army BethlehemSalvation Army - Lehigh Valley Area Services
    Salvation Army Easton Corps - CampsSummer day camp program is offered on site during the summer. Half day program. Registration required. Nominal fees. Camp Ladore (Poconos) is a week-long residential summer camp program open to all children, 6-12 years old. Registration required. Fee is $60 per child. NorthamptonSalvation Army Easton Corps Community CenterSalvation Army - Lehigh Valley Area Services
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Citadel Corps - Bridging the GapLife skills program for area youth. Topics covered during the 20 hour program include self-esteem, drug and alcohol education & prevention,money management, the employment process, banking, anger management, conflict resolution, healthy relationships, community resources, STD/STI education, decision making. Also offerred are 45 minutes to 3 hour Bridging the Gap Workshops on any of the above topics. Program can be offered on-site and through out the community.DauphinSalvation Army Harrisburg Citadel CorpsSalvation Army Harrisburg Citadel Corps
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Citadel Corps - Summer Youth Enrichment ProgramsSummer youth program with arts and crafts, field trips, games, physical fitness, education and cultural programming.DauphinSalvation Army Harrisburg Citadel CorpsSalvation Army Harrisburg Citadel Corps
    Salvation Army - Latchkey ProgramProvides homework help, group activities and sports.PhiladelphiaArmy Pioneer Corps (Salvation Army - Greater Philadelphia)Salvation Army, Greater Philadelphia
    Salvation Army of Lebanon Summer Day CampProvides eight weeks of affordable child care to low income families during summer break.LebanonSalvation Army of LebanonSalvation Army of Lebanon
    Salvation Army, York, Bridging the Gap School Based ProgramBridging The Gap (BTG) is a character education / life skills course presented by Salvation Army staff to fifth grade students in their own school classrooms during regular school day hours. The once-a-week course runs for one half of the school year and covers such topics as "anger management" and "empathy." There are opportunities during the year for family centered events to celebrate their student's successes in the program.YorkSalvation Army, York, Community CenterSalvation Army - York County
    Sarah Heinz House Association - After School ProgramAfter school and summer programs for area youth (preschool – 18 years old) in sports, aquatics, robotics, dance, gymnastics, design, media lab and homework tutoring. Summer day camps and overnight camps. Adult fitness center and Silver Sneakers classes. Meeting rooms available.AlleghenySarah Heinz House AssociationSarah Heinz House Association
    Saucon Valley Community Center - Community ProgramsCommunity Center that offers a variety of community education classes and recreation programs for teens, adults and seniors. Offers programs at two locations for older adults to connect to the community, make friends and share a meal as well as common interests. NorthamptonSaucon Valley Community CenterSaucon Valley Community Center
    Schlow Centre Region Library Children's Storytime & Craft ActivitiesActivities include activities specifically geared for ages from birth through middle school and their caregivers such as storytimes, craft activities, author presentations and performers.CentreSchlow Centre Region Library Children's Storytimes & Craft ActiviesSchlow Centre Region Library
    School Age ProgramFederation Early Learning Services has been providing programs before and after school, during holidays, emergency closings and summer camp for six to twelve year olds. Designed to meet the social, recreational and educational needs of your child, we encourage the development of friendships and provide positive adult role models. Homework support is available. Program activities include: Sports Arts and crafts Organized games Dramatics and special events Field trips and parties Ecology Cooking and ceramicsPhiladelphiaLassin Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
    School Age ProgramFederation Early Learning Services has been providing programs before and after school, during holidays, emergency closings and summer camp for six to twelve year olds. Designed to meet the social, recreational and educational needs of your child, we encourage the development of friendships and provide positive adult role models. Homework support is available. Program activities include: Sports Arts and crafts Organized games Dramatics and special events Field trips and parties Ecology Cooking and ceramicsPhiladelphiaSamuel Paley Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
    Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development - Summer CampsOffers four different summer camp programs depending on a child's age and abilities.LancasterSchreiber Center for Pediatric DevelopmentSchreiber Center for Pediatric Development
    Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education - After School ProgramsThe Schuylkill Center’s Monkey Tail Gang is an after school club for children in Kindergarten through 5th grades. We offer daily after school care (school dismissal time to 6 pm) that includes nature exploration, outdoor and indoor play, group activities, and snacks. Children can register for one to five days per week. Billing is monthly. Schuylkill Center members receive a special rate, and multiple children per family also receive a discount. Monthly registration ranges from $55 (one day/week) to $270 (five days/week). The Center currently provides van transportation for students from Shawmont Elementary for an additional $50/month. A typical afternoon with the Monkey Tail Gang begins with play in the indoor Discovery Center as the children gather and unwind from the school day. Our staff and educators greet the children and take attendance. When all of the students have gathered, the Monkey Tail Gang has a nutritional snack, and then they begin the day’s adventures. Activities from four to five pm may include a hike to The Center’s ponds, searching for owl pellets amongst the pine trees, doing a scavenger hunt, or creating a seasonal craft. The hikes and crafts are interspersed with games and group activities. At 5 o’clock the Monkey Tail Gang students are back in the Discovery Center from where parents can pick them up. Children can do homework at this time, or they can continue to play games indoors or head outside until they are picked up. We offer daily after school care (school dismissal time to 6 pm)PhiladelphiaSchuylkill Center for Environmental Education - Philadelphia; RoxboroughSchuylkill Center for Environmental Education
    Schuylkill Haven Free LibraryBorrowing of books, magazines, tapes, storytime, etc. Computers available for use. Offers summer programs.SchuylkillSchuylkill Haven Free LibrarySchuylkill Haven Free Library
    Schuylkill YMCA - Summer CampsSummer day camp for boys and girls ages 5 to 12SchuylkillSchuylkill YMCASchuylkill YMCA
    Second East Hills Social Service CenterAfter-school tutoring program; youth employment initiative; computer literacy for youth and adults; pre-GED testing; library services; child care and nurturing services; cultural development program; SIMBA - youth into adult manhood; 4-H clubs; adult nutrition; emergency food service; and senior aides (volunteers from the community), Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts.AlleghenySecond East Hills Social Service CenterSecond East Hills Social Service Center
    Shenandoah LibraryBorrowing of books, magazines, tapes, storytime, computers available Offers summer programs.SchuylkillShenandoah LibraryShenandoah Library
    Slate Belt YMCA - Summer Day CampSummer Day Camp for elementary school age children beginning in June through August. Camp hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm with before and after care available. NorthamptonSlate Belt YMCAGreater Valley YMCA
    Slatington Public LibraryPublic Library. Call for information on programs and events. APPRISE (medicare/medicaid assistance) third Tuesday of the month by appointment 10am-1pm. Offers summer programs.LehighSlatington Public LibrarySlatington Public Library
    Southern Lehigh Public LibraryPublic library. Call for information on programs and events. APPRISE (medicare/medicaid assistance) third Tuesday by appointment. Offers summer programs. LehighSouthern Lehigh Public LibrarySouthern Lehigh Public Library
    Southside Branch LibraryBorrowing of books, tapes, magazines, storytime, computers to use. Offers summer programs.SchuylkillSouthside Branch LibrarySouthside Branch Library
    Southwest Belmont Community Association - After School ProgramProvides arts and crafts and dance Monday through Friday 3:00 PM to 6:00 PMPhiladelphiaSouthwest Belmont Community Association - Philadelphia; Chestnut HillSouthwest Belmont Community Association
    Southwest Community Development Corporation - After School ProgramOffers after school programming for up to 100 Patterson Elementary School students. Guest speakers visit the after school program to make educational presentations, particularly those focused on health and safety. Services are offered to latchkey, extended day students and their siblings. All activities are avialable on weekdays only. Activites Include - Completing their homework - Recreation period of games - Leadership skills - Girls & Boys clubs - Anger management groupsPhiladelphiaSouthwest Community Development Center - Philadelphia; Southwest PhiladelphiaSouthwest Community Development Corporation
    Southwest Community Development Corporation - After School Program - Patterson Elementary SchoolOffers after school programming for up to 100 Patterson Elementary School students. Guest speakers visit the after school program to make educational presentations, particularly those focused on health and safety. Services are offered to latchkey, extended day students and their siblings. All activities are avialable on weekdays only. Activites Include - Completing their homework - Recreation period of games - Leadership skills - Girls & Boys clubs - Anger management groupsPhiladelphiaPatterson Elementary School (Southwest Community Development Center)Southwest Community Development Corporation
    Southwest Community Enrichment Center - After School ProgramsAfter School Programs Homework Club (grades K-6) and Teen Enrichment (grades 7-12) Our After School Programs are the only programs that provide the overall needs of both our younger children and teenagers. It combines academic, recreation, strong guidance, cultural activities and security in a single program. By providing academic and social support throughout the school year, the program fills the critical need for continued positive intervention in their lives. In addition, by exposing the teenagers to college campuses, live theater performances and different areas around the city, this program enriches the lives of local teenagers and lessens the likelihood of violence in our community. The goals of the Homework Club after school tutoring program are to provide children with an opportunity to complete homework assignments and to receive remedial instruction in basic subjects; to provide an environment where young children can experience success; and expose children to the heritage of literature and improve listening skills, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. After school homework assistance twice a week (Wednesday and Thursday) for children in grades K through 6. ¦Homework assistance three days a week ¦Structured and safe after school environment ¦Computer lab with internet access for participants ¦Tutoring provided by college volunteers and local residents ¦Special math, reading book club and language arts workshops ¦Guest speakers on topics such as college and careers, nutrition, etc. ¦Educational enrichment, cultural and scheduled recreational outings ¦Five week Summer Adventures in Learning (S.A.I.L.) program ¦Summer education, youth leadership, and community service programAssistance with homework provided by local residents and college students.PhiladelphiaComputer Center (Southwest Community Enrichment Center)Southwest Community Enrichment Center
    Sports, Fitness and Recreation-Boys and Girls Club of NEPAWe encourage youth to develop fitness, positive use of leisure time, skills for stress management, appreciation for the environment and positive social and interpersonal skills. We stress teamwork and cooperation within a competitive athletic environment. We encourage participation and fair play in all young people.LackawannaBoys and Girls Club of NEPABoys and Girls Club of NEPA
    Spring Creek Church of the Brethren - Youth Ministry and Youth LeadershipYouth ministry and youth leadership programs, call for more detailsDauphinSpring Creek Church of the BrethrenSpring Creek Church of the Brethren
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer ProgramProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaStarfinder Foundation - Philadelphia; ManayunkStarfinder Foundation
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer Program - Fairhill Elementary SchoolProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaFairhill Elementary School (Starfinder Foundation, The)Starfinder Foundation
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer Program - Lamberton Elementary SchoolProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaLamberton Elementary School (Starfinder Foundation, The)Starfinder Foundation
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer Program - Potter Thomas Elementary SchoolProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaPotter Thomas Elementary School (Starfinder Foundation, The)Starfinder Foundation
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer Program - Powell Elementary SchoolProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaPowell Elementary School (Starfinder Foundation, The)Starfinder Foundation
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer Program - Roberto Clemente Elementary SchoolProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaRoberto Clemente Elementary SchoolStarfinder Foundation
    Starfinder Foundation - Soccer Program - Taylor Elementary SchoolProvides inspirational learning environments where children are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence, and live with a positive attitude. Program can be delivered in gymnasium or outdoors, but must have access to a classroom.PhiladelphiaTaylor Elementary SchoolStarfinder Foundation
    Stepping Stones for Life Youth EnrichmentOffers programs that offer a wide variety of activities including arts and crafts, academic programs, sports, reading clubs, workshops and other recreational, leisure, cultural, social and civic activities for school-age children and youth in out-of-school hours. The objective of youth enrichment programs is to promote healthy social interaction and help participants maximize their social, emotional, physical and academic potential.BlairStepping Stones for Life Equine Assisted Learning Life Skills and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy ProgramStepping Stones for Life
    Stick-N-Move Boxing•After School Youth Boxing •Personal Training •Boxing Instruction (ages 8 years to adult) The mission of Stick-N-Move Boxing is to provide at risk youth (males and females) an alternative to negative influences created by inner city living and prepare them for future roles as productive members of the community. YorkStick-N-Move BoxingStick-N-Move Boxing
    St. Luke's Episcopal Church Youth ProgramFaith based youth program that includes an ecumenical Christian lesson, recreational activities and food. Fridays from 7-10PM at the Church.BlairSt. Luke's Episcopal ChurchSt. Luke's Episcopal Church
    Strasburg-Heisler LibrarySystem services include: - Collections of books, audio and video cassettes, magazines, local newspapers and telephone books, large print materials for adults and children's games and puzzles - Children's programs such as preschool story times, toddler time and Babygarten - Summer reading programs - Special programs for youth and adults - Internet access Additional services at this location: - Book clubs - Computer orientation - Copy machine, printer, fax - Free WiFi - Meeting room, call to determine capacity - Public access computers LancasterStrasburg-Heisler LibraryLibrary System of Lancaster County
    Students & Mentors Achieving Results Together (SMART)A school-based mentoring program. It is highly supervised by the professional staff of Big Brothers Big Sisters on-site at participating schools. The target population is elementary and middle school children, adaptable to meet the requirements of a particular school district. The program works in conjunction with school district officials to improve a child’s academic performance, self-confidence, respect for others & their cultures, and relationships with peers & adults. Mentors can be high school students, college students, or community members (depending on the site). - Conrad Weiser School District – East Elementary, West Elementary, and Middle School - Hamburg Area School District – Tilden Elementary and Middle School - Muhlenberg School District – Muhlenberg Elementary - Oley Valley School District – Oley Elementary - Fleetwood School District – Andrew Maier Elementary - Reading School District – Glenside Elementary BerksStudents & Mentors Achieving Results Together (SMART)Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Suburban North Family YMCA - CampsSummer camp operates June - September Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm Extended hours are also available (6:30am -9:00am and 4:00pm-6:00pm) Summer facility hours: Monday through Friday, 5:30am to 8:45pm Saturday, 7:30am to 3:45pm Sunday, Closed LehighSuburban North Family YMCAGreater Valley YMCA
    Sullivan County 4-HScholarship programs for day camps and other county events allows 4-H members to increase life skills by becoming independent, develop leadership skills, teach others the skills they learned through their 4-H projects. All of the scholarships are used to defray the cost of attending regional, district, and state events so members and their families does not feel the financial burden of attending these educational events. This also aids families who send multiple children to our events. The member enrollment fee scholarship allows any child to participate in 4-H in Sullivan County without having to pay the enrollment fee. This allows us to reach as many youth as possible and prevent financial hardships for families. Full scholarships for events are available for families who would face hardships by paying even a portion of the fee.SullivanSullivan County 4-HPenn State Cooperative Extension - Sullivan County
    Summer Learning Program: Adamstown YMCA - Adventure Summer Day CampProviding flexible day camp for ages 6-12. Includes field trips, reading 20 minutes each day, going to the pool twice a week, and offering planned daily activities. BerksYMCA - AdamstownYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Barrio Alegria - ALAS - Alleyway ConcertsLocal musicians performing on the street. Held at different outdoor locations.BerksBarrio AlegriaBarrio Alegria
    Summer Learning Program: Barrio Alegria - ALAS - Art at OakbrookConduct art projects (watercolor, dance, poetry, photography) as a way to outreach to Oakbrook neighbors, improve livability, and foster intra neighbour relationships in the area.BerksBarrio AlegriaBarrio Alegria
    Summer Learning Program: Barrio Alegria - ALAS - OjosPhotography ProgramBerksBarrio AlegriaBarrio Alegria
    Summer Learning Program: Barrio Alegria - ALAS - Plein AirArts workshops done outside in the community. Included- Watercolor, Drawing, Origami, Flashmobs. Held at different outdoor locations.BerksBarrio AlegriaBarrio Alegria
    Summer Learning Program: Barrio Alegria - E.A.F (Explorations in the Art Forms)Free art workshops happen every Friday. The first week is Watercolor, second week- Karaoke, third week- Game Night, fourth week is a different art form. BerksBarrio AlegriaBarrio Alegria
    Summer Learning Program: Barrio Alegria - Storytelling Through Dance: Where the Trees WalkThe fourth year's installment of Storytelling through Dance will focus on the issues of family seperation, magic, and hope. Members choose roles as actors, dancers, behind-the-scenes help, etc. Workshops on different topics are given once a month. The debut of the production is on July 27 at the RPL's main branch steps.BerksBarrio AlegriaBarrio Alegria
    Summer Learning Program: BCIU Camp Connect - MohntonBereavement/Grief camp that provides students with the opportunity to come together to learn new ways of dealing with their grief, and to meet other children and families who have experienced similar loss.  Specially trained counselors, nurses, and college interns from across Berks County provides support with a one-to-one staff to student ratio. BerksBCIU - Camp Connect - MohntonBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Summer Learning Program: BCIU Camp Connect - TempleBereavement/Grief camp that provides students with the opportunity to come together to learn new ways of dealing with their grief, and to meet other children and families who have experienced similar loss.  Specially trained counselors, nurses, and college interns from across Berks County provides support with a one-to-one staff to student ratio. BerksBCIU - Camp Connect - TempleBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Summer Learning Program: BCIU Project Explore Legos, Robotics and MoreSummer STEM camp program for students experiencing homelessness. BerksBCIU at Alvernia UniversityBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Bat and Raptor Week (+ Camp Sleepover)Our popular raptor week will highlight raptors and other animals from the Red Creek Wildlife Center. Now in her third year with visiting camp, Peggy from Red Creek will be showing us live birds and animals all week long. Additionally, we’ll learn about the birds that make Angelica Park their home, and spy on our feathered friends through binoculars. We’ll welcome a visit from Karen Campbell, a bat expert from Albright College. *Note: Bring the whole family and join us on Tuesday evening, Aug. 13, from 6-8pm this week, to see bats in action at The Nature Place. Campers in grades 5-8: Families, come for this program, and then leave your older campers to spend the night at The Nature Place for our first-ever overnight camp! The evening and overnight will be filled with unforgettable activities in nature. During the sleepover, we’ll roast hot dogs on our very own fire pit, take a night hike and experience night life in the wetlands. Preschool: Our Preschool campers will view photos of birds that inhabit the wetlands, before heading out to find them on hikes. All campers will visit with animals from Red Creek this week, as well as Dr. Campbell from Albright College. K-4 and 5-8: We’ll experience how birds fly, use binoculars and learn about raptors and bats through interaction with live, visiting critters. Older campers in grades 5-8 are invited to join us for a special sleepover at The Nature Place on Tuesday, August 13th Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Cyclemania Bike Week!Our popular bike week returns with rides of different distances and a rodeo that has never been seen before at The Nature Place. We’ll welcome a visit from John Pacharis, of Berks Area Mountain Biking Association, who will join us on a bike hike. Among other things: we’ll again ride to Gibraltar, where we’ll stop at Scoupe deVille Ice Cream shop for a cool treat before heading back to The Nature Place. *NOTE: Bike rides and activities will be based mostly on ability and not always age. Preschool: Campers will experience biking using their own tricycles, scooters, and age-appropriate bicycles. We’ll learn how to ride and some biking basics, as well as participate in games and learn about bicycle safety. K-4 and 5-8: Campers will participate in bike rodeos and bike hikes geared towards their biking ability, in addition to learning about bicycle safety and how to ride correctly in the street with other bike riders. Older campers will learn how to maintain their bike, and the basics of repairing it, as well as designing a trail that could actually be build in and around the wetlands. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Getting to Know Our Angelica WetlandsThis week will be filled with chances to explore the wetlands, learn about the nature in it, and then transfer that knowledge and express those feelings in nature. Remember to bring your camera and any other tools to express what you want in your nature journal! Preschool: Our youngest campers will explore the wetlands and work on their own nature journals at their level, using crayons, finger paints, and magazine pictures to help them create their nature experience. Additionally, they’ll make and play instruments made from nature to help them learn about the natural world around them. K-4: Campers will create their own journal and talk about their entries each day. We’ll hike different areas of the wetlands, and then journal our nature findings each day. Campers will be encouraged to share their findings through different mediums, including photographs, paint, music, poems and or stories. 5-8: This age group will learn how to journal in nature and will be able to make their own journal. Each and every day we will hike and allow kids to make entries in their journal. These kids can create ways to explain what they learned throughout the entire week. It may be poems, stories, photographs, or sharing their journal entries. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Our Wacky WatershedsCampers will learn the importance of water to our daily lives, as well as what a watershed is and which one we live in, through interactive games and activities. We’ll track the water and how it flows through our wetlands throughout the week, and pay a visit to Western Berks Water Authority and Blue Marsh Lake. Preschool: What’s in our water, and why is it so important? Our younger campers will learn that this week, through water games and creek walks to find little critters. K-4 and 5-8: Campers will learn about water through fun activities in Angelica Creek. Older campers will learn about water properties, and will utilize the water monitoring stations in Angelica Park. Special Excursion: Western Berks Water Authority and Blue Marsh Lake. On this trip, we’ll walk along the trails at Blue Marsh, learning more about water- before heading to Western Berks Water Authority to see first-hand how they make our water drinkable for us. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Reptiles and AmphibiansWhat kinds of reptiles and amphibians inhabit the wetlands? We’ll be on the search for these types of living organisms, with the help of our very own Charlie Randazzo. We’ll take a trip to the Lehigh Valley Zoo to further discover some of those same critters that we find in the wetlands at Angelica. We’ll also welcome a visit from Critter Connections, which will show us through hands-on learning the wildlife that calls Pennsylvania home. Preschool: Campers will explore amphibians and reptiles in the wetlands. With the help of our own naturalists and a visit from Critter Connections, we’ll learn more about those critters that are harder to spot on our walks through nature. K-4: Much like our younger campers, this age group will explore the park and identify the reptiles and amphibians they spot in the wetlands. All campers will enjoy visits from live animals this week. 5-8: In addition to the above, our older campers will work with an expert to learn more about each of the critters that they caught. This group will also learn what makes reptiles and amphibians different from other animal groups. Special Excursion: Lehigh Valley Zoo. Most of the campers will take a trip to the Lehigh Valley Zoo on Thursday, June 20th, and spend the day learning more about the animals of Pennsylvania. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - The Amazing World of Flying Insects (Preschool-4) and Weather All Around Us (continued for grades 5-8)This week, we’ll build a bug hotel, learn about our very own bees and go digging for all sorts of creepy crawlers. Note: Expect muddy campers at the end of each day, from digging in the soil at The Nature Place. We’ll end the camp week with a trip to Hawk Mountain. Preschool: Our preschool campers will search in the soil and water for bugs, which we’ll place in a tank to observe more closely. Campers will make their own insect hotel, creating a mini-habitat for them to live in. All insects will be released back into the wild. K-4: We’ll take lots of hikes through the wetlands and surrounding trails, taking what we find and putting it under the microscope and hand lense back at The Nature Place. Campers will also learn the basics parts of an insect. 5-8: Our older campers will continue their weather studies from the previous week, and will rejoin the other campers for a special trip to Hawk Mountain. Special Excursion: Hawk Mountain. This all-day trip will take our campers on a trail hike to the North Lookout on Thursday, July 25th. Two groups will be formed on the trip, with each group taking two different hiking trails to discover the wildlife on the mountain. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Wacky Science Experiments and the 3 R's"Reduce, reuse, recycle! This week, we’ll tackle some cool science experiments that are backed by science principles, as well as create our own “junk art” out of the items we recycle. Additionally, we’ll kick off our famous boat race, and egg drop extravaganza on the Schuylkill River Bridge. The week will end with a *pool party at the Ken Grill Pool in nearby Kenhorst. Preschool: Our younger campers will see first-hand some really cool experiments, as well as team up with the older kids on fun science projects. K-4 and 5-8: Campers will focus on the creation of fun art projects and creative take-home junk art, made out of items brought from home or collected at The Nature Place. Older campers will conduct scientific experiments, create junk art, and design and carry out actual STEM-type projects. The inventions created will be displayed in the lobby of The Nature Place. Special Excursion: Ken Grill Pool. We’ll cool off with a Ken Grill Pool Party, from noon-3pm on Wednesday, June 26th. Campers will walk to the pool on the mile-long trail, and will be able to buy lunch at the pool and enjoy time with camper friends." Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Weather All Around US*Note: This is the first of a two-week weather camp for grades 5-8. The second week will take place July 22-26th. We’ll learn about weather in and around our wetlands and collect weather data for NASA’s GLOBE program (Global Learning an Observations to Benefit the Environment), as we welcome a visit from a NASA scientist this week! All campers will learn how to make clouds, and detect the different types of clouds and the amount of cloud cover in the sky. Older campers will track the weather all week long, before continuing with the unique the following week and digging a little deeper in to their learning. Preschool: Campers will learn about basic weather and do experiments using water in all states (liquid, solid, and steam). We’ll experience clouds through hands-on activities, including making our own clouds in a bottle. K-4 and 5-8: We’ll will learn the basics of weather and climate, and participate in the activities mentioned above. In addition, we’ll create our own weather forecasts, which we’ll film using the wetlands as a backdrop. Together, we’ll use scientific instruments and dig in to the soil and water to find answers to weather conditions. Older campers will collect in-depth data and upload it to a website viewable to citizens and scientists around the world. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Berks Nature Eco-Camp - Wild Things and Wilderness SurvivalOur popular Wild Things Week returns, where campers of all ages will learn how to survive in the wilderness using the bare necessities carried in a backpack. This week will include archery instruction and learning how to fish with a rod and bait, as well as first aid and basic survival skills, and using a compass. Preschool: Our younger campers will go through obstacle courses in The Nature Play Zone, designed to simulate hiking different areas through the woods. Additionally, we’ll take hikes to learn the importance of staying on the trail, and the natural dangers of hiking, including poison ivy, ticks, bees and other things. K-4: Campers will learn about trails and trail markings, as well as how to pack basic hiking necessities. We’ll learn archery from a qualified instructor, as well as how to fish with a rod using bait. 5-8: Older campers will take part in longer, extended hikes, allowing them to backpack with supplies. Prior to these hikes, campers will plan out and pack the materials they will need for the hike. Through simulation exercises, this group will explore the wilderness and be faced with situations that may occur on a hike- from basic to more intense. Special Excursion: French Creek Park. We’ll walk the trails and complete the orienteering course at French Creek on Wednesday, July 31st. Campers should bring their own lunch. Some snacks are provided. BerksBerks NatureBerks Nature
    Summer Learning Program: Bernville Area Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksBernville Area Community LibraryBernville Area Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Bethel-Tulpehocken Public Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers. BerksBethel-Tulpehocken Public LibraryBethel-Tulpehocken Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Birdsboro Community Memorial Center - Camp Adventure9 weeks of summer camp willed with daily activities (field trips, swimming, arts and crafts, team building, problem solving, hands activities), educational opportunities and community outings. BerksBirdsboro Community Memorial CenterBirdsboro Community Memorial Center
    Summer Learning Program: Birdsboro Nazarene Church - Vacation Bible School - Roar ThemeInteractive Bible Stories, Science Experiments, Games, Music, and Snacks for children ages 4 years old - 6th grade. ~June 15-19, 2020 ~Time: 6:45-9:00 PMBerksBirdsboro Nazarene ChurchBirdsboro Nazarene Church
    Summer Learning Program: Books for BikesOakbrook Summer Reading Program held in the Berks County Head Start Oakbrook Classroom, which is housed in the Oakbrook Reading Housing Authority Office Building. Summer program is filled with fun and learning activities to help kids maintain their reading skills throughout the summer months. Children who attend 75% of the days will receive a new bike and helmet as part of the Books for Bikes program, sponsored by Customers Bank. It is an 8 week literacy program focusing on maintaining learning and reading skills from the school year through daily reading and literacy activities. Free lunch provided. BerksSummer Learning Program - Scott StreetUnited Way of Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Boone Area Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksBoone Area LibraryBoone Area Library
    Summer Learning Program: Boyertown Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksBoyertown Community LibraryBoyertown Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Brandywine Heights Elementary School Summer Book ClubStudents will enhance fluency and comprehension skills for students in grades K-3. The program will be developed based on core literacy-components with associated activities focused around on a central theme.BerksSummer Learning Program: Brandywine Heights Elementary School Summer Book ClubBrandywine Heights Area School District
    Summer Learning Program: Camp InventionCamp Invention is a high-energy, hands-on STEM camp including Creative Problem Solving, Stem Application, and Innovation.BerksSummer Learning Program: Camp InventionCamp Invention
    Summer Learning Program: Camp Safe BerksA week-long summer day camp brings together Berks County youth and adults to form alliances of support that promote peace and justice in our schools and communities.  BerksSummer Learning Program: Camp Safe BerksSafe Berks
    Summer Learning Program: Clay on Main - Kids' Summer Camp: Art Around the World!A week of awesome art from June 15-19, 10:00am to 3:00pm. Geared towards students ages 6-12. Students will showcase their work during our Ice Cream Social on July 20th. Will provide snack by must pack a lunch.BerksClay on MainClay on Main
    Summer Learning Program: Cub Scout Day CampWeek long daytime Program, Provides Safe Environment, Outdoor Learning, Outdoor Skills, Citizenship, Character Development, and Fitness. All using the Scouting Program SchuylkillBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation - Schuylkill HavenBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Council
    Summer Learning Program: Cub Scout Day Camp - Daniel Boone HomesteadWeek long daytime Program, Provides Safe Environment, Outdoor Learning, Outdoor Skills, Citizenship, Character Development, and Fitness. All using the Scouting Program BerksSouthern Berks Daniel Boone HomesteadBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Council
    Summer Learning Program: Cub Scout Resident Camp - Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation4 day & 3 night long resident Program, Provides Safe Environment, Outdoor Learning, Outdoor Skills, Citizenship, Character Development, and Fitness. All using the Scouting Program SchuylkillBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation - Schuylkill HavenBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Council
    Summer Learning Program: Cub Scout Twilight Camp - Daniel Boone HomesteadWeek long evening Program, Provides Safe Environment, Outdoor Learning, Outdoor Skills, Citizenship, Character Development, and Fitness. All using the Scouting Program BerksSouthern Berks Daniel Boone HomesteadBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Council
    Summer Learning Program: East Coast Recording: Build a Guitar Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsChild will design, paint, and construct a real electric guitar. Students will have fun learning all about the electric guitar. This camp will teach students how to identify the parts of an electric guitar; replace and tune the strings, and to set up and adjust the guitar neck. Sessions will also cover proper intonation and guitar care and maintenance. Students will go home with a quality electric guitar that they built and designed themselves.BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: East Coast Recording: Pop Singer Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsIf your child enjoys singing and performing, then this is the class for your up-and-coming superstar! Not only will your child have a blast singing and performing their favorite karaoke songs, but we will also provide silly dress up and props so your child can perform and look like their favorite pop star. On the final day of camp, all performances will be video-recorded and made available online for you to view and enjoy. While having fun, students will also learn basic vocal warm-ups and performance tips that will help build their confidence. Students will also play singing games similar to lip-sync competition and Name That Tune. This is a super-fun class! Some dress ups and props are provided, however, campers are welcome to bring their own favorite costumes too!BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Camp Lily - BerksA day camp designed to provide a well-rounded summer camp experience for children and young adults (ages 8 to 21 years) with disabilities. Offered in a series of one-week sessions, with a full schedule of arts and craft activities, outdoor sports, swimming, music, games and field trips to regional attractions. Designed to ensure that the campers have ample opportunities to make new friends; spend time in an inclusive setting where they can explore their personal interests; be part of a larger community with the support they need to succeed; enhance their social skills; increase their independence; and have fun experiencing and doing new things. Staff ratio is 3:1 so that each camper receives the support and care they need to succeed and maximized their enjoyment. TSS and other support staff are welcome. Week 1: July 1-July 5 Week 2: July 8-July 12 Week 3: July 15-July 19 Week 4: July 22-July 26 Week 5: July 29-August 2 Week 6: August 5-August 9BerksEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Berks DivisionEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Eastern PA Administrative Office
    Summer Learning Program: Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Growing Green Summer CampOvernight summer camp for children and adults with disabilities and special needs held at the Pocono Environmental Education Center. Campers participate in environmentally focused activities as well as typical camp activities like hiking, canoeing, sports and arts & crafts. An optional career experience track is available. 2019 Sessions Session 1 June - July 5 (reserved for adult campers (30+ yrs) Session 2 July 7 - July 12 Session 3 July 14 - July 19 Session 4 July 21 - July 26 Session 5 July 28 - August 2 Session 6 August 4 - August 9PikeSummer Learning Program: Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Growing Green Summer CampEasterseals Eastern Pennsylvania - Eastern PA Administrative Office
    Summer Learning Program: Exeter Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Your library offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksExeter Community LibraryExeter Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Fleetwood Area Public Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksFleetwood Area Public LibraryFleetwood Area Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: From 2D to 3D Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsDiscover the art of drawing in both the physical and virtual realms! Start your mornings in drawing class working on the foundations and techniques of drawing using the elements of line, value, shape, form, texture, and more. In the afternoon, take what you've learned into Virtual Reality where you will learn how to set up a room scale virtual reality digital painting session, using Tilt Brush by Google. At the conclusion of the week, each camper will take home their own digital virtual reality painting and work created in drawing class. BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: From 2D to 3D Preteen Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsDiscover the art of drawing in both the physical and virtual realms! Start your mornings in drawing class working on the foundations and techniques of drawing using the elements of line, value, shape, form, texture, and more. In the afternoon, take what you've learned into Virtual Reality where you will learn how to set up a room scale virtual reality digital painting session, using Tilt Brush by Google. At the conclusion of the week, each camper will take home their own digital virtual reality painting and work created in drawing class. BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Lunch ProgramFree lunch for all individuals 18 years old and younger from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, must eat lunch in the cafeteria BerksSummer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Lunch ProgramGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Cardboard ArcadeStudents in grades 2-5 will collaboratively create and construct an arcade using cardboard and craft supplies fueled by their imaginations. The young engineers will utilize the Engineering and Design Process to design and build their arcade games. During the week the campers will utilize future ready skills to construct their arcade: collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity. BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Chess for BeginnersStudents in grades 4-6 are invited to use their mind power to learn this time-tested game full of strategy and excitement. In this Zone, They will learn how to play chess and some basic strategies for beginners. The week will be packed with practice and game playing experience! BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Creative Kids CampLights, Camera, Action: Creative Kids Camp is a fun and exciting way for campers to express their creativity and grow in their reading, writing, public speaking and performance skills! Campers will experience drama, music, movement and written expression throughout the course of the camp. The camp will culminate with an exciting performance by all! Grow your writing skills in a CREATIVE way! Campers will practice writing for different purposes and different audiences as well as read and respond to high interest literature. Improve confidence and stage presence! Campers will learn how to present ideas appropriately in formal and informal speaking settings while participating in fun acting exercises. Camp culminates with a GROUP STAGE PERFORMANCE! Campers will perform for family and friends in a mini-musical at the end of the week. Instructors: Holly Garner, Ryan Katzenmoyer, and Damien Drago Dates: July 15-19 Times: 9am-1pm Location: Mifflin Park Gymnasium Grades: 2-5 Registration Deadline: July 1 Fee: $95 BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Elementary Clay CampYoung artists entering grades 2-5 are invited to join Mrs. Holgate immersed in clay for six sessions. These two hour sessions will involve a variety of hand building techniques where student artists can explore a variety of applications related to these techniques making both functional and artistic pieces. Student artists must be ready to be messy and make during this open clay studio time. Grades: 2-5 Dates: June 17-29 Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays Only Times: 1:00pm to 3:00pm Location: Mifflin Park Art Room Deadline to register: June 1 Teacher: Mrs. Holgate BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Elementary Summer Zone SportsCome out to “Summer Zone Sports” (SZS) to participate in a week of fun, competitive, physical activity! Across the week, the activities of the zone will change to address the interests of the participants. Various options for the activities will include sports, such as: flag football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, floor hockey, home run derby and/or slow-pitch softball, ultimate frisbee, kickball, etc. On certain days, the weather will determine the nature of the activity (indoors or outdoors). Each day, instructors will lead students in a warm-up, stretch, rules explanation, competition expectation, and facilitation of the activity. Please wear sneakers, dress in comfortable athletic clothing, and remember to bring a water bottle. See you at SZS! Dates: June 24-28 Time: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Grades: 1-6 Location: Drop off and Pick up at High School Main Gym Door 11 (exterior door by the athletic office) Deadline to register: June 1 Teachers: Mr. Chris Hole and Mr. Todd Williams BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - GMMS Music Lab Part 1: Songwriting with Garage BandFor students involved in band and chorus. Students will have the opportunity to continue to enjoy creating music over the summer months. This Zone will culminate in a concert on the evening of June 25. BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - GMMS Music Lab Part 2: Film Scoring with Garage BandFrom an idea to a song, students will use GarageBand to arrange Apple loops, write lyrics, record with a microphone, and record with MIDI keyboard to create their own music. Grades:  6-9 Session 1:  Monday, July 8, Tuesday, July 9, and Wednesday, July 10 Times: 8:00am-11:00am Deadline to register:  July 1 Teachers:  Mr. Williamson and Miss Carter BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Kickstart to KindergartenStudents explore a kindergarten classroom. Hands-on experiences in literacy and math will provide the kickstart for a successful transition to the school year. Students may choose to participate in one or both sessions. BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Leadership 101Students will work on: public speaking, project planning, time-management, effective communication, leading small groups, active listening, cooperation, critical thinking, and interpersonal/intrapersonal skills. Grades: 4-6 Dates: June 17-21 Times: 9:00am to 12:00pm Location: Governor Mifflin Middle School Fee: $50.00 Deadline to register: June 20 Teachers: Miss Rebecca Boyer BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Medival MustangsJourney through an extraordinary experience of knights, ladies, merriment, jousting and excitement! Learn about medieval times and through adventure and activities! Build your own mini catapult and see a real catapult in action as we try to knock down the castle walls! Instructor: Marcy Sweigart Dates: June 17-21, 2019 Time: 9am-11am Location: Shillington Park Grades: 4-6 Registration Deadline: June 1 Fee: $50 BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Mosaic MakingStudent artists artists entering grades 2-5 are welcome to join Mrs. Holgate for a week of designing and building their own mosaics. Students will be required to provide an item of their choice to embellish (stepping stone, surface of a small end table, wide frame, etc.). Grades: 2-5 Dates: June 17-21 Times: 10:00am to 12:00pm Location: Mifflin Park Art Room Deadline to register: June 1 Teacher: Mrs. Holgate BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Outdoor Adventure and FitnessProvides organized, fun, fitness-based activities that require leadership skills, adventurous spirit, and teamwork. Some activities may include: fishing, geocaching, hiking, swimming, playing Capture the Flag, and Frisbee golf. their goal is to teach lifelong fun and fitness activities that get their students outside. BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Sensory ScienceDoes your child love to explore things for themselves? Do they enjoy hands-on learning? Well we have the Zone for you! In the “Sensory Science” Zone, children ages 6-7 will have the opportunity to learn using a variety of senses. This experiential camp is bubbling over with excitement, which is sure to inspire a love of science within our youngest learners! Both sessions cover different topics, so children can choose to go to one or both sets of sessions. BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Summer STEM ExtravaganzaFrom an idea to a song, students will use GarageBand to arrange Apple loops, write lyrics, record with a microphone, and record with MIDI keyboard to create their own music. Grades: 6-9 Session 1: Monday, July 8, Tuesday, July 9, and Wednesday, July 10 Times: 8:00am to 11:00am Deadline to register: July 1 Teachers: Mr. Williamson and Miss Carter BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - The Case of the Museum MummyCalling all detectives! Nefrina, the 2,300-year old mummy at The Reading Public Museum, may be in danger. Your help is needed as the the week’s mystery unfolds. On this case, you will use your detective skills to track down and foil art thieves. From engineering design challenges to fingerprinting and other forensics, this camp has it all! Grades: 3-6 Dates: July 16-20 Times: 12:00pm to 3:00pm Deadline to register: July 1 Teachers: Mrs. Eastman and Mrs. Sebastian BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Transition to Middle School MathThree days of math review and activities to prepare students for next year. Math activities may include projects such as collecting categorical data from M&M bags or measuring your heart rate and using the data to create graphs.BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Turtles, Toads and TrailsCome along with us as we explore the fields, woods, and water ways of Shillington Park. Take on the role of predator and prey as we investigate the forest. Catch butterflies, dragonflies, and grasshoppers in the park’s meadows. Answer the question “Who lives here?” as we get our feet wet in the stream and pond. You can look forward to a variety of engineering design challenges, Project WILD Games, and habitat exploration. In addition, students will immerse themselves in the wildlife of Shillington Park. Through hands-on inquiry, observation, and research; they will discover what lives in their backyard. Toads, Turtles, and Trails campers will strengthen their relationship with the natural world and create a powerful connection with a local park through nature play. BerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: GMSD Summer Zones - Vex RoboticsBuilding a robot is a snap - at least in this summer zone. Come learn how to design and construct a robot. Then practice driving it around an obstacle course. End the week by experiencing the thrill of competition as participants and their robots go head to head in a series of challenges. Grades: 5-7 Dates: July 22-26 Times: 9:00am – 11:30pm Location: GMIS Innovation classroom (rm 102) Deadline to register: July 1 Teachers: Mrs. Eastman and Mr. EngleBerksGovernor Mifflin School DistrictGovernor Mifflin School District
    Summer Learning Program: Google Woods - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsExplore creativity and the outdoors at GoggleWoods! Campers, will be greeted in front of the lodge of Bynden Wood Lodge and begin the day with new friends, songs, and flag raising. Then they will be transported to GoggleWorks for in-depth classes in ceramics, mixed-media, virtual reality, printmaking and life casting. In the afternoon, campers return to Bynden Wood to enjoy lunch and participate in a host of afternoon activities, including swimming, hiking, archery, and more. Note: Campers will start and end their day at Bynden Wood Day Camp. Tuition includes lunch, as well as bus transportation to and from GoggleWorks each day. BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Hamburg Area Arts Alliance - Artdrenaline Art/Sport CampYouth camp for ages 6 - 12 years focusing on arts and sports. BerksHamburg Area Arts AllianceHamburg Area Arts Alliance
    Summer Learning Program: Hamburg Public Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksHamburg Public LibraryHamburg Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Kutztown Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksKutztown Community LibraryKutztown Community Library
    Summer Learning program: Kutztown Writing CampSummer writing camp for students completing grades 1-5. Provides students an opportunity to enrich and extend writing skills. Introduces students to new genres. Helps students to new genres. Helps students develop their own personal voice in writing.BerksKutztown Area School DistrictKutztown Area School District
    Summer Learning Program: Mifflin Area YMCA - Summer Day CampProviding flexible and affordable day camp for children ages 6-12. We offer field trips and pool days once a week. BerksMifflin Area YMCAYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Mifflin Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksMifflin Community LibraryMifflin Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Muhlenberg Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksMuhlenberg Community LibraryMuhlenberg Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - 19th StreetSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost. BerksOlivet Boys & Girls Club - Pendora clubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Beech StreetSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 2:00pm, includes breakfast and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost.MontgomeryOlivet Boys & Girls Club - Pottstown ClubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Clinton StreetSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost. BerksOlivet Boys & Girls Club - Clinton Street ClubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Mulberry Street ClubSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost. BerksOlivet Boys & Girls Club - Mulberry Street ClubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Pershing BoulevardSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost. BerksOlivet Boys & Girls Club - Oakbrook ClubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Walnut Street ClubSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost.BerksOlivet Boys & Girls Club - PAL ClubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Windsor Street ClubSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost. BerksSummer Learning Program: Olivet BGC Summer Camp - Windsor Street ClubOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: Preteen Studio Sampler Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks’ Preteen Studio Camps are designed for campers ages 11-13 who are interested in learning something new and developing their skills. Campers will get to select two mediums to focus on for the week. From Design to Puppetry, and Glassblowing to Digital Music, campers will understand and learn how versatile art can be with these hands on sessions! BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Musical Foundation - Berks Summer Band InstituteBerks Summer Band Institute is a multi-generational summer band program for Berks County band musicians. Four bands of varying levels for musicians of all ages, including a 1st year band, 2nd year band, middle school band, and high school / adult band. The program is held weekly and is FREE for participants. BerksReading Musical Foundation - Muhlenberg High SchoolReading Musical Foundation
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Musical Foundation - Berks Summer Strings InstituteBerks Summer Stings Institute simply exists to provide an opportunity for students in Berks county Pennsylvania to continue playing and learning about their orchestral sting instrument over the summer. The program is held weekly and is FREE for participants. BerksReading Musical Foundation - Governor Mifflin Intermediate SchoolReading Musical Foundation
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Musical Foundation - Kutztown University Chamber Music FestivalNurturing the love of great music and developing the young artists of the future, KU's Summer Chamber Music Festival allows emerging musicians to experience the Art of Chamber Music with internationally acclaimed artists.  BerksReading Musical Foundation - Kutztown University Music DepartmentReading Musical Foundation
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Musical Foundation - Mike Eben/Get JazzEd - Berks Summer Jazz CampIn this course on jazz style and improvisation, team-taught with colleague Chris Heslop, participants will learn how to improvise using scales and modes. Rhythm section participants (piano, guitar, bass and drums) will learn how to accompany soloists and to perform their own solos. Jazz styles will be learned through playing and listening. Students will also learn the basics of jazz performance, including how to get one’s own jazz combo started. BerksReading Musical Foundation - Berks Art Council - Immanuel United Church of ChristReading Musical Foundation
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 1: Eeek! Real Monsters!Keep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 2: Grooving through the GalaxyKeep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 3 Bang, Pop, FizzKeep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 4: Art ExtravaganzaKeep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 5: Raiders of the Lost ArtifactKeep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 6: Light IT, Move IT, Make ITKeep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 7:Outdoor ExplorersKeep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Reading Public Museum - Week 8: Tinker Tots (Preschool)Keep children learning while having fun this summer! Each week of camp features different activities including art, science, history, and more. BerksReading Public MuseumReading Public Museum
    Summer Learning Program: Ready, Set, Go - Daniel Boone Area School DistrictSummer school program for incoming kindergarten BerksDaniel Boone Area School DistrictDaniel Boone Area School District
    Summer Learning Program: Robeson Elementary - Summer Day CampProvides flexible and affordable day camp for children ages 6-12. Offers field trips and pool days once a week. BerksSummer Learning Program: Robeson Elementary - Summer Day CampYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Robesonia Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksRobesonia Community LibraryRobesonia Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - 11th & Pike Recreation Center Summer PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities; Teachers in the Parks summer reading program BerksSummer Learning Program - Pike StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - 3rd & Spruce Recreation Center Summer PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities; Teachers in the Parks summer reading program BerksSummer Learning Program - S 3rd StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - 6th and Amity PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activitiesBerksSummer Learning Program - 6th and Amity StreetsReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Baer Park Sports CampSports-based 8-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activitiesBerksSummer Learning Program - West Douglass and George StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Barbey's Summer PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities; Teachers in the Parks summer reading program BerksSummer Learning Program - Schuylkill AvenueReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - City Park Summer PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities BerksSummer Learning Program - N 11th StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Hillside Summer PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities BerksSummer Learning Program - 14th and Green StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Keffer Park Summer PlaygroundEight-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities BerksSummer Learning Program - Exeter StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Pendora Park Art ClubArt-based 8-week summer camp: Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities BerksSummer Learning Program - Forrest StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Schlegel Park Water Fun CampEight-week summer/swim camp: 3 trips to pool per week; Arts & crafts; Athletics; Trips; Educational activities; Youth pool membership included BerksSummer Learning Program - Wyomissing BoulevardReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Teachers in the Parks (TIPS) at 11th & PikeOutdoor Summer Reading Program in the park at 11th & Pike Recreation Center BerksSummer Learning Program - Pike StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Teachers in the Parks (TIPS) at City ParkOutdoor Summer Reading Program in the park at Barbey's Playground BerksSummer Learning Program - N 11th StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: RRC - Teachers in the Park (TIPS) at 3rd & PikeOutdoor Summer Reading Program in the park at 3rd & Spruce Recreation Center BerksSummer Learning Program - S 3rd StreetReading Recreation Commission
    Summer Learning Program: Salvation Army Reading Summer Day CampProvides children ages 1st-5th grade with breakfast, lunch, snack, field trips, themed activities, crafts, games, social skill instruction, gym activities, educational speakers and much more Monday through Friday for 8 weeks throughout the summer. BerksSalvation Army - ReadingSalvation Army - Reading
    Summer Learning Program: Scouts BSA Resident Camp - Hawk Mountain Scout ReservationWeek long resident Program, Provides Safe Environment, Outdoor Learning, Outdoor Skills, Citizenship, Character Development, and Fitness. All using the Scouting Program SchuylkillBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation - Schuylkill HavenBoy Scouts of America - Hawk Mountain Council
    Summer Learning Program: Shady Hollow Assisted Riding - Full CampCamp to include riding lessons in both English and Western, leading, lunging, round pen, grooming, tacking, bathing, stall maintenance, health and wellness. They hope to squeeze in craft time, games, campfire and or trip to the pool. Shady Hollow Assisted Riding provides a supportive equine environment where individuals with physical, cognitive and/or emotional challenges can experience therapeutic, social and educational rewards. BerksShady Hollow Assisted RidingShady Hollow Assisted Riding
    Summer Learning Program: Shady Hollow Assisted Riding - Mini CampA camp is designed for the beginner rider with little to no previous riding experience. Camp agenda includes introduction to horsemanship: teaches proper grooming, tacking, Leading/Lunging, English and Western riding walk/trot. A craft and or game will be offered during the camp as well. Shady Hollow Assisted Riding provides a supportive equine environment where individuals with physical, cognitive and/or emotional challenges can experience therapeutic, social and educational rewards. BerksShady Hollow Assisted RidingShady Hollow Assisted Riding
    Summer Learning Program: Sinking Spring Public Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksSinking Spring Public LibrarySinking Spring Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Sinking Spring YMCA - Adventure Camp - Sinking SpringSummer Day Camps where children have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. Specialty Days and field trips included. BerksSinking Spring Family YMCAYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Spring Township Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. -Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksSpring Township LibrarySpring Township Library
    Summer Learning Program: STEAM Week with Science Explorers Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsBrace yourselves as the forces known as GoggleWorks and Science Explorers combine to bring you STEAM WEEK: A full day immersive artistic and scientific adventure. Start of your day by choosing from one of the arts studios at GoggleWorks and end your day in fun filled experiments with Science Explorers.BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Summer Camp Wyomissing ATA Nerf CampLearn the physical skills of martial arts. Two martial arts session daily. Also includes arts and crafts, games and special guests. Students participate in 1 hour of reading time each day.BerksWyomissing ATA Martial ArtsWyomissing ATA Martial Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Summer Quest"Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. Free summer reading program for adults. Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. Bring parents ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kid€™ computer." BerksBrandywine Community LibraryBrandywine Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Summer@RPL Summer QuestProvides fun and educational summer programming for children from Preschool through Teens BerksReading Public Library - MainReading Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Summer@RPL Summer QuestProvides fun and educational summer programming for children from Preschool through Teens BerksReading Public Library - Northeast BranchReading Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Summer@RPL Summer QuestProvides fun and educational summer programming for children from Preschool through Teens BerksReading Public Library - Northwest BranchReading Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Summer@RPL Summer QuestProvides fun and educational summer programming for children from Preschool through Teens BerksReading Public Library - Southeast BranchReading Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: SummerSTEAM@RPL Summer QuestLibrary vans will deliver fun and educational summer programming to scheduled locations throughout the city.BerksReading Public Library - MainReading Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: Teachers in the Parks (TIPS) - Maple Springs PoolSummer school program BerksDaniel Boone Area School DistrictDaniel Boone Area School District
    Summer Learning Program: Teen Sampler Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks' Sampler Camps allow teens, ages 14-17, to explore a variety of mediums, while expanding their creative thinking and art-making skills. Campers will work within a different studio and medium every day! BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Theatre Camp - Walnut StreetSummer Camp runs Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, includes breakfast, lunch and a snack each day. All activities and trips are included in the cost. BerksOlivet Boys & Girls Club - Center for the ArtsOlivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading and Berks County, Inc.
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Antietam School District - ELA & Math grades PreK-6Standards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - Antietam School DistrictTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Boyertown School District - ELA K-3Standards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - Boyertown School DistrictTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Daniel Boone Primary Center - ELA K-3Standards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - Daniel Boone Primary CenterTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Exeter School District - ELA & Math grades PreK-6Standards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - Exeter School DistrictTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Muhlenberg - TBDStandards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - MuhlenbergTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Schuylkill Valley School District - ELA K-3Standards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - Schuylkill Valley School DistrictTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: TIPS - Wyomissing School District - ELA K-4Standards-based educational programs taught by certified teachers BerksTeachers in the Park - Wyomissing School DistrictTeachers in the Park
    Summer Learning Program: Tri Valley YMCA - Adventure Camp - FleetwoodSummer Day Camps where children have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. BerksTri Valley YMCAYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Tri Valley YMCA - Adventure Camp - HamburgSummer Day Camps where children have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. BerksSummer Learning Program: Tri Valley YMCA - Adventure Camp - HamburgYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Village Library of Morgantown - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers. BerksVillage Library of MorgantownVillage Library of Morgantown
    Summer Learning Program: Wernersville Public Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksWernersville Public LibraryWernersville Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: West Lawn-Wyomissing Hills Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksWest Lawn-Wyomissing Hills LibraryWest Lawn-Wyomissing Hills Library
    Summer Learning Program: "Who Are We": Exploring Identity Through Photography and Mural Work Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsExplore cultural diversity using photography, guided self reflection, activities, and portrait prompts in this dynamic camp that will encourage teenw to engage with who they are and their place in the community! In this camp, teens will work towards building a large scale portrait that contains thier photo with the original works surrounding their image. The installation will be temporarily featured on GoggleWorks' building! BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Wickline: Intro to Film and TV Camp - GoggleWorks Center for the ArtsThis is Wickline Casting's original course that started 20 years ago. Children will work as cast and crew teams in this cool camp. Kids learn basic levels of acting, directing, voice-over, operating the camera, and working on green screen. Script writing, storyboarding, and improvisation will also be introduced. Each day is different as they create projects as commercials, film scenes, music videos and public service announcements. A huge benefit of this camp is increasing memory, reading skills, and confidence. They will truly learn the basics of the biz. After camp, all footage is sent to a professional editor. Parents have the option to order for purchase a professionally edited USB as a keepsake. This camp is designed by casting director, Kathy Wickline, CSA (www.wicklinecasting.com) who holds over 10,000 casting credits in film, commercials, and TV. BerksGoggleWorks Center for the ArtsGoggleWorks Center for the Arts
    Summer Learning Program: Wilson School District - Bulldog Summer BlastBulldog Summer Blast is a fun summer program, taught by Wilson teachers, to foster learning through the summer months. This program, for students entering 1st - 4th grade, will help diminish the "summer slide" and offer continued academic opportunities while having fun outside.BerksSummer Learning Program: Wilson School District - Bulldog Summer BlastWilson School District
    Summer Learning Program: Womelsdorf Community Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksWomelsdorf Community LibraryWomelsdorf Community Library
    Summer Learning Program: Wyomissing Hills Elementary School - Summer Day CampProvides flexible day camp for ages 6-12. Students go on field trips, read 20 minutes each day, go to the pool twice a week, and offer planned daily activities. BerksSummer Learning Program: Womissing Hills Elementary Center - Summer Day CampYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Wyomissing Public Library - Summer Quest- Free summer learning and reading programs for youth ages 0-18. - Offers storytimes, STEM programs, art activities, performances, and much more. See library website for calendar of events. - Play the Summer Quest game to earn prizes while completing reading and learning challenges. - Bring parent’s ID to get a library card to borrow books, movies, music and more. - Stop in the library anytime to play with toys, games, and kids’ computers.BerksWyomissing Public LibraryWyomissing Public Library
    Summer Learning Program: YMCA of Reading - Summer Day CampProviding flexible day camp for ages 5 or 6-12. Includes field trips, reading 20 minutes each day, going to the pool twice a week, and offering planned daily activities. BerksReading YMCAYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Kutztown ParkPlayground program including activities such as sports, arts and crafts and weekly themes will be done. Specialty days and sporting events are planned with other playground programs in Topton and Kutztown If there is inclement weather, the program will be confined to pavilion use only.BerksSummer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Kutztown ParkYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Leesport PlaygroundPlayground program including activities such as sports, arts and crafts and weekly themes will be done. Specialty days and sporting events are planned with other playground programs in Topton and Kutztown If there is inclement weather, the program will be confined to pavilion use only. BerksSummer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Leesport PlaygroundYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Maidencreek Community ParkPlayground program including activities such as sports, arts and crafts and weekly themes will be done. Specialty days and sporting events are planned with other playground programs in Topton and Kutztown If there is inclement weather, the program will be confined to pavilion use only.BerksSummer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Maidencreek Community ParkYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Topton ParkPlayground program including activities such as sports, arts and crafts and weekly themes will be done. Specialty days and sporting events are planned with other playground programs in Topton and Kutztown If there is inclement weather, the program will be confined to pavilion use only.BerksSummer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Topton ParkYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Willow Glen North PlaygroundPlayground program including activities such as sports, arts and crafts and weekly themes will be done.BerksSummer Learning Program: YMCA Playground Program - Willow Glen North PlaygroundYMCA of Reading & Berks County
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Acting: Improv StyleImprov, it is used to make us laugh and to hone our character development acting skills. We will explore both ends of the spectrum that is, "Improv" in this open playful format. Take your personal skills to the next level in this friendly, no judgments workshop. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Aladdin Kids Middle School MusicalOur two week afternoon Middle School Musical Camp will provide a dynamic experience for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Through an innovative style and educationally sound style of collaboration between cast and crew, students will stage a fully realized production of Disney’s ALADDIN KIDS that includes a public performance as well as a pre-performance cast pizza party. Students will experience all aspects of being involved in a full production from casting through technical theater to staging a live performance in front of an audience. All will receive 2 free tickets to the show, others can be purchased for $7-$10 each. Friday June 28th has an adjusted schedule: 3:30-8:30 PM that includes a public performance at 7:00PM BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Anime, Manga and Drawing StylesThe popular art class in compact camp form. What is the difference between anime and manga? Already know? Refine your skills. Want to Learn? Build and grow drawing techniques for any style. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Broadway Jr Theater Workshop: Junie B Jones the Musical JRUnder the direction of Debbi Silas, with Joel Gori, Kristina Dennis and others, this intensive 3-week experience culminates in performances of Junie B Jones, the musical JR in the Schumo Theater at the Yocum Institute for Arts Education. There are plenty of named roles and special moments for everyone. Please keep in mind, this is a focused experience for those who want to not only be in a show and have fun, but also take their talents to the next level. There will be 2 casts who will each perform twice, either Fri. 7:00 PM | Sat. 3 PM or Sat. 7 PM | Sun. 3 PM. All participants receive 2 free tickets for their families and one for them see the other cast. Additional tickets are $10-15 each. *Must be going into third grade and a secure reader. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Circus ArtsLed by Miss Tanya Turgeon, visiting artist from NYC (Big Apple Circus). Participants will have the opportunity to explore feather balancing, juggling (scarves, balls, rings,) partner and pyramid acro-balance, plate spinning, diabolo, stilts/cup walking, clowning, performance games, and face painting. New moves activities for all age and experience levels. Sharing Show Time Friday at 5:00 PM. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Elementary Musical Theater CampEach week-long camp provides participants the opportunity to exp1ore all aspects of theater in a safe and nurturing environment. Through the week students will sing, dance and act as they create original plays using music from Broadway hits. Each Friday, friends and family members will have the chance to watch our public performances as campers present their work from the week in the Schumo Theater! Students may register for both weeks, since the content (music, dances, tech, and scripts) will be different each week. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Elementary Musical Theater Camp(s)Each week-long camp provides participants the opportunity to explore all aspects of theater in a safe and nurturing environment. Through the week students will sing, dance and act as they create original plays using music from Broadway hits. Each Friday, friends and family members will have the chance to watch our public performances as campers present their work from the week in the Schumo Theater! Students may register for both weeks, since the content (music, dances, tech, and scripts) will be different each week. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Carnival of the AnimalsThe classic musical adventure inspires creativity and exploration in this shortened camp week. Poetry, Music, Art Projects and Creative Movement all combine to celebrate amazing animals of our world. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Cartooning Creations: All About MeA week of story making and bringing characters to life. We will draw, create movement, and a voice for your new (and past) adventures. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Circus: Juggle Tumble TwirlBack by popular demand; explore the world under the big top through music, art and with visiting circus artist and juggler, Miss Tanya Turgeon. Participants will have the opportunity explore the world under the big top. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Fancy Fashionistas and Superhero SwagFind your fanciest move, play superhero based theater & music games, create your own fashions and swag for the superheroes that save us and our fancy fashionistas. Cue the theme music! BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Llama Pajama Pinata PartyIt is a party every day this week! Make your own Pinata, dance party, PJ days and, of course, llamas. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Squishy, Slimy, Foamy FunDress for MESS. This week is for projects you would like to do at home, but do not want the clean-up. Slime making, splatter painting and much more. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Star Wars to Starry NightsJedi tricks to Van Gogh’s masterpieces: an unforgettable week with glow-in-the-dark projects and interstellar alien meetings. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Things That Glow: Science of ArtGlow-in-the-dark projects and discover glowing creatures of the deep oceans in a week where Science and Art intersect. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Full Day Multi Arts Camp: Wind and Whirlygigs: Art in MotionHead in the clouds? Harness the power of wind as we build art projects that move. Engage in folktales from around the world, of the power of the wind and the sounds it creates. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Carnival of the AnimalsThe classic musical adventure inspires creativity and exploration in this shortened camp week. Poetry, Music, Art Projects and Creative Movement all combine to celebrate amazing animals of our world. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Cartooning Creations: All About MeA week of story making and bringing characters to life. We will draw, create movement, and a voice for your new (and past) adventures. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Circus: Juggle Tumble TwirlBack by popular demand; explore the world under the big top through music, art and with visiting circus artist and juggler, Miss Tanya Turgeon. Participants will have the opportunity explore the world under the big top. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Fancy Fashionistas and Superhero SwagFind your fanciest move, play superhero based theater & music games, create your own fashions and swag for the superheroes that save us and our fancy fashionistas. Cue the theme music! BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Llama Pajama Pinata PartyIt is a party every day this week! Make your own Pinata, dance party, PJ days and, of course, llamas. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Squishy, Slimy, Foamy FunDress for MESS. This week is for projects you would like to do at home, but do not want the clean-up. Slime making, splatter painting and much more. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Star Wars to Starry NightsJedi tricks to Van Gogh’s masterpieces: an unforgettable week with glow-in-the-dark projects and interstellar alien meetings. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Things That Glow: Science of ArtGlow-in-the-dark projects and discover glowing creatures of the deep oceans in a week where Science and Art intersect. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Half Day Multi Arts Camp: Wind and Whirlygigs: Art in MotionHead in the clouds? Harness the power of wind as we build art projects that move. Engage in folktales from around the world, of the power of the wind and the sounds it creates. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Making It Big: Giant ArtGiant Pinwheels? Mural Art? Yes! A collaborative time to create and build big. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp 123 Pop!Children’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Chicken Story TimeChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Circus AlphabetChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Elephant & PiggieChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp From Head to ToeChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Goodnight GorillaChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Harold & the Purple CrayonChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Not a BoxChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Picture Book Preschool, Multi Arts Camp Pajama TimeChildren’s favorite books inspire, art projects, music, movement and theater games. Our youngest campers create in a nurturing and caring environment in our drop-off program. Held primarily in a preschool room, our Early Childhood Campers experience everything the multi-arts camps have to offer. Activities are led by an experienced lead teacher who is supported by an aide, and Teaching Artists that come to the children for music, theater and travel with them to a dance studio for creative movement and playground time. Professional & Pre-Professional staff work together to combine art forms that promote socialization, early literacy skills and a lot of FUN. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Theater Performance Workshop Bedtime Stories (As Told By Our Dad) (Who Messed Them Up)Calling Young Actors who want to build their skills as performers! Work with a seasoned director to bring this topsy-turvy silly tale to life in a fully staged production at the Yocum Institute’s Schumo Theater! Participants will be expected to memorize their lines outside of camp time. *Must be a secure developing reader. There’ll be two performances open to the public: Friday, August 16 at 6 pm and Saturday, August 17 at 11 am. All participants will receive 2 tickets for their friends and family to use for any performance. All other tickets will be $8 for ages 3+. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summer Learning Program: Yocum Institute - Upcycling Thriftstore Fashion and CostumingIf you have got a closet full of clothing that does not fit or is not flattering, you do not have to dump it all at the thrift store drop-off. There is another solution: upcycle it! Bring in your own clothing or use what we have available. Suitable for those interested in fashion and/ or costuming. You will have the opportunity to work on a sewing machine and/ or hand stitching. BerksYocum Institute for Art EducationYocum Institute for Art Education
    Summit Children's Program - Camp SummitCamp Summit is a fun way for your child to spend the summer weeks! We provide time with friends to learn and grow socially together as well as an environment that enables and encourages them to make new friends and try new experiences. - Swimming! Camp Summit has the use of a private pool three days a week. In addition, there is outdoor water play under the sprinklers. - Outdoors! Camp Summit is located near the beautiful Wissahickon and Valley Green. Much of our summer learning happens in the great outdoors. - Field Trips! Field trips to Philadelphia area attractions are a wonderful part of Camp Summit’s program. We also receive special visitors who bring field trips to us. - Celebrating the Arts! Our camp provides innovative creative and performing arts in the summer program. We’ll be singing, dancing, playing and learning about acting and playbuilding. It all culminates with the campers ending the summer with a stage performance. - Celebrating Activity! Tennis anyone? Camp Summit adds tennis to the long list of organized outdoor activities we offer. We'll head to the courts for instruction and play. We love to keep moving! (With plenty of breaks for water!) - Celebrating Each Other! Armed with their own cameras, campers will turn their summer into an experience to remember. All of our campers will make a personal Camp Summit journal that will include photos of projects, field trips, and special thoughts of their personal experiences here at Camp Summit. We believe that a high quality summer camp program should provide for the recreational, social and emotional needs of children. We provide an environment that is structured enough to be safe and interesting, but allows children to have a great deal of independence and choice. Our staff are selected for their experience, enthusiasm, special skills, and love of children! All staff members are screened and are required to have child abuse clearances and criminal record checks. We have staff on site with First Aid and CPR training. Camp Summit's facilities include: - A large gym - An enclosed outdoor wooded playground - Air conditioned activity space - Walking distance to Carpenters Woods. PhiladelphiaSummit Children's Program - Philadelphia; GermantownSummit Children's Program
    Sunshine Corners, Inc. - Camp Summer SunshineOffers a summer day camp Camp Location: 141 Precision Avenue, Strasburg, PA 17579 Age Range: Completed kindergarten-5th grade Financial Aid: Yes LancasterSunshine Corners, Inc.Sunshine Corners, Inc.
    Tamaqua Public LibraryBorrowing of books, magazines, tapes, use of Internet and computers Offers summer programs.SchuylkillTamaqua Public LibraryTamaqua Public Library
    Teen HavenReaching urban youth with the gospel, discipling them to maturity and equipping them to be leaders in their communities through summer camp, retreats and youth centers.LancasterTeen HavenWater Street Ministries
    The Common Wheel - Community Center/Bike ShopOffers programs and volunteer opportunities that provides the practical training, mentoring and confidence required to help the community integrate bicycling into their everyday life. Programs include: - Earn-a-Bike: Youth 12-17 fix up and earn a bike while receiving training in bicycle assembly, maintenance and safety - Bikes for All: Assists under-served neighbors, like refugees or low income individuals, get access to affordable and practical transportation - Youth Bike Workshop: Provides open shop time for youth to come and use shop amenities during designated times, keeping their repair skills sharp - Women on Wheels: Empowers women to become confident on a bike through discussion, social rides, classes and bicycle maintenance training - Adult Mechanic Class: Provides students with an opportunity to get guided experience under the instruction and guidance of experienced bicycle technicians; Geared for the 18+ crowd - Maryann Caldwell Holiday Bike Drive: Gives elementary-aged children in the School District of Lancaster a bike - Membership: The Pumphouse Crew allows individuals to use shop tools to work on their own bikes. Volunteer opportunities available. Orientation is the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30pm. Bicycle donations accepted. Process all bike donations at the King Street location. Visit website to she what they are able to accept. Call to learn more about how to plan a Bike Drive. Operates a Bike Shop 324 North Queen Street Lancaster PA 17603 Tuesday through Friday, 11am to 7:00pm Saturday, 9:00am to 4:00pm Sunday and Monday, closed First and Third Friday, 11:00am to 9:00pm - Bike Sales - Parts and Accessories - Service - Info Sessions and ClinicsLancasterThe Common WheelThe Common Wheel
    The Nehemiah Project, Inc. The Wall After School ProgramAfter school program.BlairNehemiah Project The Wall After School ProgramThe Nehemiah Project, Inc.
    The Nehemiah Project, Inc. The Wall Reading ProgramReading program open to anyone K-5th Grade.BlairNehemiah Project The Wall Reading ProgramThe Nehemiah Project, Inc.
    Third Street Alliance for Women and Children - The Learning CenterProvides childcare/afterschool care for children from the ages of 6 weeks through 12 years. Open to the public, Monday-Friday, 6:00am-6:00pm. Full time and part time care is available. Breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack are provided. Fees apply. Welfare and title XX are accepted. NorthamptonThird Street Alliance for Women and ChildrenThird Street Alliance for Women and Children
    Tiger Pause Youth Ministry - After-School ProgramStudents in grades K-8 receive homework help from trained tutors, served a nutritious meal, participate in Bible studies and enjoy recreational activities. Tiger Pause maintains five after-school sites in Beaver Falls, serving approximately 150 students each day. Two centers operate four days a week and the other three run three days a week.BeaverTiger Pause Youth MinistryTiger Pause Youth Ministry
    Titusville YMCA - Education Center - 21st Century Summer ProgramOffers summer time enrichment as well as provides healthy meals, social and life skills development, and a myriad of cultural and education activities.CrawfordTitusville YMCA - Education CenterTitusville YMCA
    To Our Children's Future with Health - After School and Summer ProgramWe're more than just "homework help." In addition to academic assistance, our after school and summer programs provide: - Computer Skills - Recreational Activities - Job Readiness and Life Skills - A Productive, Safe Environment - Mentoring - Positive Adult/Youth Relationships - Opportunities to build life-long friendships and - After School Snacks and a Hot Dinner for Every Child in Every Program!PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health
    To Our Children's Future with Health - Youth Engagement for Accessing the Road to SuccessThe goal of the "YEARS" project is to get youth fully engaged in developing, managing and implementing youth services and activities that will be instrumental in setting policy and guidelines concerning youth outcomes. Youth participate 5-10 hours per week.PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health
    Transportation-Shuttle Program-Boys and Girls Club of NEPAThe Boys & Girls Clubs’ After School Shuttle Program is a program where the Club provides transportation for a Club member directly from school to the Club daily. In addition, transportation is provided to the Club for any planned or unplanned early dismissals. Once at the Club, the children are fed, given help with their homework, and are provided with a variety of supervised activities in which to participate. Once the program is over at 5:30 p.m., the children may continue to participate in our Core Program, which runs until 8:00 p.m. for those ages 10 and under or 8:45 p.m. for those ages 11 and older.LackawannaBoys and Girls Club of NEPABoys and Girls Club of NEPA
    Tremont Area Public LibraryBorrowing of books, tapes, magazines, storytime, computers available Offers summer programs.SchuylkillTremont Area Public LibraryTremont Area Public Library
    Trinity Lutheran Church Altoona PA Youth Enrichment ProgramsYouth enrichment programs that meet once a month.BlairYouth Programs at Trinity Lutheran ChurchTrinity Lutheran Church Altoona PA
    Trinity United Methodist Church Hummelstown - Promised Land After School ProgramAfter-school program on Wednesdays from September through February Includes snack, recreation, music, Bible lesson, crafts and a healthy mealCambriaTrinity United Methodist Church HummelstownTrinity United Methodist Church Hummelstown
    Tri Valley Free Public LibraryBorrowing of books, tapes, magazines, stortytime, computers to use Offers summer programs.SchuylkillTri Valley Free Public LibraryTri Valley Free Public Library
    United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Out-of-School Time (OST) High School Afterschool ProgramOut of School Time ProgramsPhiladelphiaUnited Communities Southeast Philadelphia Furness High SchoolUnited Communities Southeast Philadelphia
    United Methodist Neighborhood Services - After School ProgramAfter School ProgramPhiladelphiaUnited Methodist Neighborhood Services - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaUnited Methodist Neighborhood Services
    University City Arts League - After School Arts ClassesThe Arts League offers an affordable option for after school cultural enrichment for ages 5-12. You can enroll your child in crafts, dance, drama, drawing, languages, painting, pottery, writing and more. A snack is included with the class and pickup is available from Penn Alexander School for an additional fee. Compare our rates to other after school options in the area and you will find that the Arts League offers variety, quality and value.PhiladelphiaUniversity City Arts League - Philadelphia; University CityUniversity City Arts League
    Urban Erie Community Development Corporation - Walking in Black HistoryFor Erie County middle and high school students who are affected by the negative influences of poverty, violence, drugs, crime and other anti-social behaviors. Students who participate in this program go on a "Freedom Ride" to Selma, Montgomery, Tuskegee, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia where they learn about the Civil Rights Movement and the historical significance it holds today. Students are exposed to universities of higher education, museums and historical sites and are taught the value of tolerance, respect and self-discipline.ErieUrban Erie Community Development CorporationUrban Erie Community Development Corporation
    Valley Youth House - Camp FowlerA 43-acre camp located in Orefield, PA offering therapeutic, challenge-based recreation & adventure for youth ages 10 & up. Overnight camps (week-long & weekend): Adventures in Arts, Adventures in Leadership, & Adventures in STEM camps. LehighValley Youth House - Camp FowlerValley Youth House
    Variety - The Children's Charity - After School ProgramVariety After School Program offers a wide range of Educational, Recreational, Therapeutic, Cultural and Social activities during the after school hours in locations throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region for children with disabilities. Students benefit from high staff to student ratios. Activities offered at Variety help meet or exceed appropriate state and local academic achievement standards in reading and math (based on criterion found in each student's IEP) and improvement in school attendance, classroom performance as well as reduced disciplinary referrals. After school programs can play a key role in engaging youth in the learning process by providing opportunities to explore interests, gain competency in real work skills, solve problems, assume leadership roles, develop a group identity with similar aged peers, connect to adult role models and mentors, and become involved in improving their communities. The program also offers parents and families educational workshops, a Community Advisory Board, and a referral service connecting families to social service opportunities Program features: - Art - Tutoring - Social skills - Sports activities - Reading/literacy - Community service - Cultural enrichment - Academic enrichment - Homework assistance - Leadership development - Employment & Job skills training Locations for After School Programs - Aspira Charter - Widener Memorial School - University City High School - Abraham Lincoln High School - Horace Howard Furness High School - South Philadelphia Bok Technical High School MontgomeryVariety Club Camp and Developmental CenterVariety-The Children's Charity
    Variety - The Children's Charity - After School ProgramVariety After School Program offers a wide range of Educational, Recreational, Therapeutic, Cultural and Social activities during the after school hours in locations throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region for children with disabilities. Students benefit from high staff to student ratios. Activities offered at Variety help meet or exceed appropriate state and local academic achievement standards in reading and math (based on criterion found in each student's IEP) and improvement in school attendance, classroom performance as well as reduced disciplinary referrals. After school programs can play a key role in engaging youth in the learning process by providing opportunities to explore interests, gain competency in real work skills, solve problems, assume leadership roles, develop a group identity with similar aged peers, connect to adult role models and mentors, and become involved in improving their communities. The program also offers parents and families educational workshops, a Community Advisory Board, and a referral service connecting families to social service opportunities Program features: - Art - Tutoring - Social skills - Sports activities - Reading/literacy - Community service - Cultural enrichment - Academic enrichment - Homework assistance - Leadership development - Employment & Job skills training Locations for After School Programs - Aspira Charter - Widener Memorial School - University City High School - Abraham Lincoln High School - Horace Howard Furness High School - South Philadelphia Bok Technical High School PhiladelphiaVariety - The Children's Charity - Philadelphia; Center CityVariety-The Children's Charity
    Variety - The Children's Charity - Variety Club CampVariety Club Camp and Developmental Center offers a wide array of programs and services for children with disabilities. Whether you are looking for after school care, Saturday and/or weekend respite, summer programs, or one of the sports and aquatics programs, Variety Club Camp and Developmental Center is the place for your child! School Year Programs Variety Club Camp and Developmental Center is best known for our summer programs, but we also offer extensive programs throughout the school year to fit you or your child’s needs. Saturday Arts Program: This program is designed to meet the creative and social needs of children and adolescents (ages 5-21) with developmental disabilities including those children with a diagnosis on the Autism Spectrum. Children with disabilities are often unable to participate in their local community arts programs. The program runs in ten week sessions in the fall, winter and spring. Cost is $500/10 week session. Children can start at any time in the 10 weeks if space is available and the fee will be pro-rated. Arts sessions are held in the morning and then the students participate in free choice activities in the afternoon. The program follows an "Arts around the World "theme. The winter program will concentrate on China in conjunction with the Chinese New Year and the spring program will continue exploring other parts of Asia and the art, music, dance and performance of that continent. Arts Program Mission To provide a secure environment for children with varying disabilities; To explore and enjoy creativity and expression through varying artistic processes; To learn the value of creating something of beauty and instilling self-confidence in children. Arts Activities include: Fine Arts - exposure to varying art forms such as drawing, oils, watercolor, sculpture, design art, printmaking. Dance - exposure to varying dance and creative movement forms. Music - exposure to varying means of musical expression from percussion to instrumentation and voice. Performing Arts - puppetry, skits, musical theatre. For information, please call Jean Merkl, 610-584-4366, x 1101 Summertime programs The summertime is the heart of what we do at Variety Club Camp and Developmental Center – providing fun and education in a safe and friendly environment. Variety Club Camp and Developmental Center offers a Day Camp for children with developmental disabilities and an Overnight Camp for children with physical and/or developmental disabilities. For children looking for some educational assistance we offer our Extended School Year Program, and for older youth looking for job development, we offer a newly designed Vocational Program. Vocational Programs Transition age children (ages 16-20) with developmental disabilities can apply for these programs. Some School districts may fund the programs as an ESY option based on IEP approval. All programs are eight week programs running 6/20 to 8/12/2011. Students must participate in all 8 weeks. Introductory Vocational Program The Introductory Vocational Program is limited to 15 students. There is a 2:5 staff/student ratio. Students participate in camp operations / camp snack bar and store/ lunch preparation in two week rotations as part of three different work crews. Program concentrated on three areas: 1) Skills acquisition- Each person according to their abilities. Related skills include staying on task, task completion, speed and accuracy of task. 2) "Soft Skills"- work related skills that often contribute to students losing jobs in the community. 3) Leadership abilities/potential Curriculum Skills Program The mission of the Curriculum Courses is to increase knowledge and skills so that students are more marketable at the time of graduation in areas of their interest. One curriculum based course is being offered this year. Vocational Cooking Skills Curriculum Content Outline: Introduction to cooking terms and techniques Safety Rules Food Safety Measurement Skills Herbs / Spices Stock / Soups Meats Fruits and Vegetables Grains and Pasta Food Service Professions Field trips will be taken to local supermarkets, food service and catering services for the students to observe first hand operations where they might want to be employed in the future. Students will sell their prepared foods weekly at the end of the camp day on Thursdays- weeks 2-8. Jobs-at-camp Program The Jobs-At-Camp Program is designed to provide actual vocational experience doing necessary work at the camp in the summer so that students are more marketable at the time of graduation. A job coach is provided. Priority is given to students who have successfully completed the Introductory Vocational Program. A stipend is paid to the worker. Jobs include: dishwasher, dining hall assistant, housekeeping assistant, snack bar/camp store assistant manager. Applications are currently being accepted for Summer 2013. Acceptance is conditional upon a student interview, and funding approval by the School District and/or deposit. Due to the popularity of these programs, space cannot be saved. Summer Day Camp The Camp offers eight 1-week sessions for individuals between the ages of 5 and 21 with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Day Camp operates Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Before and after care is available for additional fee.. Activities include arts & crafts, aquatics, field games, music, life skills, ceramics, nature, greenhouse, and sports. Campers are grouped into age appropriate teams of 8-12 children with 4-7 counselors per team. Siblings and other children without disabilities (ages 4-10) are also invited to attend camp. Overnight Camps Overnight Camp for Campers with Physical and Developmental Disabilities We are offering six one-week camping sessions beginning June 23 2013. The one-week sessions begin on a Sunday and run through the next Saturday - 7 days and 6 overnights of Camp fun! 2013 Camp tuition is $750 per week. Here are some highlights of the summer 2013 program: All sessions will include campers with special needs ages 7-21 years - campers ages 18-21 need to be enrolled in an educational program in a public or parochial school system to be eligible for camp. Campers are grouped in cabins according to age and functioning level, and programs are also geared to the ability of the individual camper. Each session will have a maximum of 30 campers, and a 1:3 staff ratio will be in place. Some campers will require a 1:2 staff ratio that may be arranged at Variety Club Camp! Two of our camping sessions will accept children and young adults with physical disabilities (like cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy and others) AND/OR developmental delays (like autism, Down Syndrome, mental retardation and other developmental disabilities). These sessions allow for more camping options for families, and brings together groups of children for a fun camping experience that Variety Club Camp has been offering for over 50 years! These sessions are called "PD/DD" on the attached application. We have three distinct sessions for campers with developmental delays - these are children and young adults with diagnoses like autism, Down Syndrome, ID and other developmental disabilities. These campers are usually able to walk, and often need assistance with other care and behavioral needs. Variety Club Camp offered overnight camping for these children and young adults in the summer of 2008 for the first time, and it was a big success! These sessions are called "DD" on the attached application. We have one unique session this season for campers with physical disabilities like cerebral palsy, spina bifida and muscular dystrophy that have a high level of functioning and social skills. This session is called “PD” on the attached application. MontgomeryVariety Club Camp and Developmental CenterVariety-The Children's Charity
    Via of the Lehigh Valley - Teen ExperienceVia Teen r Experience is for teens and young adults, ages 13-21, with varying disabilities. Via provides instruction on a variety of skills throughout the program to assist participants achieve their personal goals. Via Teen Summer Experience runs from 9am to 2pm, Monday through Friday; sign up for full weeks or select days throughout the summer. There is also a Teen Winter Experience during the winter holidays. LehighVia of the Lehigh ValleyVia of the Lehigh Valley
    Village of the Arts and Humanities - Learning Through the ArtsOffers after-school and summer programs for youth ages 13 to 19.PhiladelphiaVillage of the Arts and Humanities - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaVillage of the Arts and Humanities
    Volunteers of America - Children, Youth and Families ProgramProvide a continuum of care and support for young people through prevention, early intervention, crisis intervention, and long-term services. Programs: - Caring Alternatives Pregnancy Counseling - Wilkes-Barre: For women of any age who face an unplanned pregnancy; provides counseling in parenting skills, prenatal health, home health and safety and an array of information and training for new mothers. - The Children’s Center – Allentown: offers affordable early childhood programs and summer day camp for children ages 13 months to 10 years. - All Of Us Care: mentoring and tutoring in reading and math, offers homework help, supervising in the computer center (including working with robotics and programming in the Digital Corps program), and working with arts and crafts activities.DauphinVolunteers of AmericaVolunteers of America
    Volunteers of America of Pennsylvania - All of Us CareAfter school activities, including a computer center, homework help, Step-It-Up reading program, community service projects, bully prevention meetings, PNC financial literacy sessions, youth council and gym recreation. Other services include a summer program, computer and internet access for low-income families, high school Action Team club, and Operation Backpack to provide students with school supplies and books.AlleghenyVolunteers of America of Pennsylvania - SharpsburgVolunteers of America of Pennsylvania - Sharpsburg
    Whitehall Township Public LibraryPublic libraryLehighWhitehall Township Public LibraryWhitehall Township Public Library
    Woodcrest RetreatOffers summer day and overnight camps. Camp Location: 225 Woodcrest Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 Age Range: 6-15 years Financial Aid: Yes LancasterWoodcrest RetreatWoodcrest Retreat
    YMCA Centre Avenue After-School ProgramThis site offers homework tutoring, computer activities, swimming, arts and crafts and gross motor activities. Transportation provided to and from school. A snack is provided.AlleghenyYMCA Centre AvenueYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    YMCA - Lampeter-Strasburg - Summer CampOffers a summer day camp Camp Location: 800 Village Road, Lancaster, PA 17602 Age Range: Completed kindergarten-12 years Financial Aid: Yes LancasterYMCA - Lampeter-Strasburg BranchYMCA - Lancaster Family
    YMCA - Lancaster City - Camp ShandOffers summer day and resident camps Day & Resident Camp Location: Camp Shand, Cornwall, PA (Lebanon County) Age Range: 6-18 years Financial Aid: Yes LancasterYMCA - Lancaster City - Camp ShandYMCA - Lancaster Family
    YMCA of Easton - Phillipsburg & Vicinity - CampsSummer Day Camp Programs are available to children, age 5-17. Program runs from mid June to late August. Full day and half day programs are available. NorthamptonYMCA of Easton - Phillipsburg & VicinityGreater Valley YMCA
    YMCA of Greater Erie - Summit United Methodist Church - Before and After School EnrichmentStructured activities include science, group projects, environmental awareness, arts and crafts, games, sports components, field trips, and more. Children also have time to tackle homework with the help of Y staff. A healthy breakfast and snack is included in your daily rate as well as transportation to and from school.ErieYMCA of Greater Erie - Summit United Methodist ChurchYMCA of Greater Erie
    YMCA of Pittsburgh After School Program - ProspectThis center offers before and after-school care for children. The capacity is 143. The center is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.AlleghenyYMCA of PittsburghYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    YMCA of Pittsburgh Collegiate YMCA Duquesne Office BranchStudent volunteers provide staffing for youth and community programs. Youth Programs: Youth adventures, Oakland youth recreation, tutoring, and school-age day care. Community programs are co-sponsored with a number of local agencies.AlleghenyYMCA of Pittsburgh Collegiate BranchesYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    YMCA of Pittsburgh Collegiate YMCA University of PittsburghInterns are placed from multiple fields of study from many colleges/universities throughout the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh network. Student volunteers serve as tutors in classrooms at select Pittsburgh Public Schools, Out of School Time YMCA youth and community programs. Special events, summer day camp, youth adventurers,. Food distribution, general outdoor tasks, etc. AlleghenyYMCA of Pittsburgh Collegiate BranchesYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    YMCA - Thelma Lovette YMCAOffers youth development programs, health and wellness activities, a computer lab and volunteer opportunities. Services include: school-age child care, summer day camp, traveling basketball team, group exercise classes, personal training, and Pittsburgh CONNECTS Hilltop Computer Center.AlleghenyYMCA - Thelma Lovette YMCAYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    York Jewish Community CenterOur mission, as a premiere Jewish community center, is to strengthen and preserve Jewish culture, promote acceptance of diversity, and enhance the well being of our members and the communities we serve through cultural, educational, recreational, social, wellness, and child development opportunities. Services include: Cultural programs, special events, holocaust education, speakers' bureau Health and wellness programs Fitness center, dance classes, gymnasium, group fitness classes, youth fitness Aquatics programs-open swim, private/group lessons, water fitness, sauna, whirlpool Youth organizations, Jewish and non-Jewish Adult enrichment programs Childhood education and development-preschool, childcare, before and after school care, summer camps Diversity education-elementary, middle and high school, adults, businesses YorkYork Jewish Community CenterYork Jewish Community Center
    Youth Advocate Program - YorkServe at-risk youth and families to develop community linkages, positive role models, strength-based agency, individualized service planning. - Individual, group and family intervention to promote social/emotional development; Advocates provide supportive relationship to youth who live at home, work 7-15 hours/week with assigned youth. - Development of life skills/social skills - Recreational activities - Health and hygiene development - Goal development and planning - Advocate/positive involvement of youth with school, community and family - Transportation can be provided - In-home services are available - Behavioral Health/wrap-around program with behavioral specialist/consultants, mobile therapy, therapeutic staff support - MR waiver program - Adult Autism Program YorkYouth Advocate Program - YorkYouth Advocate Programs, Inc. (YAP)
    Youth Character Building MessagesThis award-winning series was created to prepare kids for life's ups and downs. The series combines a special blend of humor with character-building messages told through the adventures of Trevor and his two animated characters, Jack and Skye. Using original music, animation and live-action, each episode captivates kids aged 6-13 while offering practical tips on topics including bullies, cliques, health, homework and fear. (Available in both English and Spanish)*Main Site (Trevor Romain Foundation)Trevor Romain Company/Foundation
    Youth Development ProgramsOffers a variety of recreational, educational and physical activitiesDauphinYMCA Camp CurtinYMCA Camp Curtin
    Youth FellowshipOur youth fellowship is open to all youth 7th grade and older. They meet each week for Bible lessons and activity times.DauphinMount Laurel Church of GodMount Laurel Church of God
    Youth Go Green Summer CampOffers a summer day camp, Teen Master Recycling training, outreach to schools and sewing training.LancasterYouth Go Green Summer CampHandz On Hope
    Youth GroupActivities for children and youth (including religious education, fellowship, special interest groups, and mentoring.DauphinHarrisburg Brethren in Christ ChurchHarrisburg Brethren in Christ Church
    Youth InstructionSwimming instruction, school age child care, fitness, teen programs, youth sports, parent/child programs,youth basketball league,youth handball, mentoring, and Youth in Government program.DauphinYMCA East Shore BranchYMCA East Shore Branch
    Youth LeadershipYouth ministry and Youth leadership programsCumberlandVietnamese Alliance ChurchVietnamese Alliance Church
    Youth MinistriesYouth ministry and leadership programs. Host girl scouts and boy scouts at the church.DauphinFaith Presbyterian ChurchFaith Presbyterian Church
    Youth MinistriesYouth Small Groups- Sundays @ 6:00pm Youth Group- Wednesdays @ 6:30pm Open Gym in Fellowship Hall- Wednesdays @ 8:00pmCumberlandGrantham Brethren in Christ ChurchGrantham Brethren in Christ Church
    Youth MinistryYouth ministry and leadership programDauphinCapital Bible ChurchCapital Bible Church
    Youth MinistryYouth ministry programDauphinFishburn United Methodist ChurchFishburn United Methodist Church
    Youth Ministry Weekend WellJunior and Senior high school youth ministry and leadership program.DauphinLiving Water Community ChurchLiving Water Community Church
    Youth Music and Fun Program - Salvation Army WilliamsportOffers brass lessons, singing classes and character building classes for children, aged 5 to 17 years.LycomingSalvation Army Williamsport - Social ServicesSalvation Army Williamsport
    YouthPlaces - BeltzhooverYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - DuquesneYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - GarfieldYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - Hill DistrictYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - HomewoodYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - Lower North SideYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - Upper HazelwoodYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - Upper North SideYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    YouthPlaces - WilkinsburgYouthPlaces is an initiative designed to engage at-risk youth in positive after school program activities. YouthPlaces has effectively outreached and involved youth from high-risk neighborhoods that do not traditionally attend after school programs. Programs include a range of activities including: recreation, cultural awareness, mentoring, career readiness and academic enrichment.AlleghenyYouthPlacesYouthPlaces
    Youth Recreation and MinistryYouth recreational activities and youth ministry programDauphinSalem Lutheran Church - ElizabethvilleSalem Lutheran Church - Elizabethville
    YWCA Greater Pittsburgh STEM Impact InitiativeThe YWCA Greater Pittsburgh’s STEM Impact Initiative is a systems-building effort to build enthusiasm and capacity for informal STEM education in the Greater Pittsburgh community. This initiative consists of a consortium of out-of-school-time (OST) providers dedicated to providing informal science, technology, engineering and math education to underrepresented children and youth and professional development opportunities for participating out-of-school-time service providers throughout Allegheny County.AlleghenyYouth Services and STEM EducationYWCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    YWCA Lancaster - School Age Child Care _ Summer CampSummer Day Camp: State licensed care for children enrolled in city and county public, private or parochial schools. Provides age appropriate activities, meals and snacks. Weekly field trips and swimming. Summer Camp program locations: - YWCA, 110 N Lime Street, Lancaster - Penn Manor School District LancasterYWCA LancasterYWCA Lancaster
    YWCA of Bethlehem - Youth EmpowermentTechgyrls is an after school program that gives girls in elementary and middle school the opportunity to experiment with graphic arts, web design, animation, and robotics in a mentoring environment. Offered through schools. Girls Golf, is a junior golf program that teaches girls, age 7-17, how to play golf. Sessions are held on Saturdays at Southmoore Golf Course. Fees apply. Prom Dress Day provides free formal dresses and accessories to girls who would not be able to attend their prom because of inability to afford suitable attire. All female high school juniors and seniors are invited. NorthamptonYWCA of BethlehemYWCA of Bethlehem
    YWCA Tri-County Area - Healthy Choices for Girls - Montgomery - PottstownHealthy Choices for girls grades 4-12 nurtures the "whole girl" by cultivating physical and emotional well-being, building healthy habits surrounding nutrition, fitness, and stress-reduction, developing positive behaviors (accountability, goal-setting, resilience, self-confidence, self-care).MontgomeryYWCA Tri- County Area - Montgomery; Pottstown (300 King Street)YWCA Tri-County Area
    YWCA Tri - County Area Healthy Pathways Project - PottstownHealthy Pathways Program has educated and empowered girls on all topics related to health. We currently offer Healthy Pathways programming for five different age groups across seven different locations including at our King Street location, local Middle Schools, and local housing developments.MontgomeryYWCA Tri- County Area - Montgomery; Pottstown (300 King Street)YWCA Tri-County Area
    Zion Baptist Church - Summer Day CampCrafts, trips and Christian fun are a part of the summer camp-serving children ages 6 through 12 during the summer months of July and August.PhiladelphiaZion Baptist Church - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaZion Baptist Church

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