Boys & Girls Club is home to a dynamic teen program. Officially launched in 2008, the Club began to offer extended hours for teens only. In addition to homework help, creative arts and other recreational activities that occur on a daily basis, teens can also participate in a variety of other programs designed just for them to help them succeed. We offer programs such as:
Academic readiness program helping students create a set individualized plan to achieve collegiate goals. Offered to High School students at Verdugo Hills High School and Main Club.
(If you are interested in applying, click HERE)
Friday nights at Main Club, teen participate in active and interesting activities with free food in a safe and fun environment. Offered at Main Club.
A job readiness program that stresses mock interviews, resumè building, dress for success workshops, internship opportunities, and tips on preparing for the workforce. Offered to High School students at Verdugo Hills High School and Main Club.
Unpaid internship program intended to assist Boys & Girls Club staff with programming and mentoring. Juniors and Seniors only. Offered at Main Club.
High school leadership program that looks to improve leadership and character skills as well as a focus on community development. Offered at Main Club.
Youth of the Year
National B&G Club program that seeks to identify outstanding High School students with a focus on club impact, character growth, academics, community engagement, and leadership.
Diplomas to Degrees
Academic readiness program targeting Middle School students to create and implement a high school and collegiate plan of success. Offered at Middle School sites and Main Club.
Teen LEAD Academy
Teen LEAD Academy is a 6 session summer program for Boys & Girls Club teens hosted at Woodbury University that covers a variety of topics on leadership. Applications are now open. Teen LEAD starts June 19th. Please contact BrittanyVaughan@BGCBurbank.org for more information. Teens can apply by clicking here.