If you’re a student between the ages of 13 and 18, a full-range of special activities and programs has been designed just for you. The Club is a safe place where you can come to hang out, have fun and spend time with friends. Plus, most of our Clubs have dedicated Teen Centers serving teens only, as well as weekly teen nights. Membership costs just $10 a year. The Club is open every day after school, on most holidays, and throughout the summer. So, just call or stop by one of our locations to become a member. We’ll be happy to give you a tour and assist you in completing a membership form.
What the Club Offers
Your future starts here. Teen programs and activities will help you succeed in school, explore careers and find employment, stay healthy, pursue diverse interests and have fun while you’re at it! Programs include:
- Job Training
- Recording Studio
- Basketball Tournaments
- Performing Arts
- Girls-Only Sports Leagues
- Leadership Programs
- Money Management
- Teen Nights
- High School Exit Exam Prep
- Camp Mendocino
- Resume Writing
- Volunteer Opportunities
- College Tours
- Fine Arts
- Teen Staff Positions
- Counselor-in-Training Positions at Camp Mendocino
For more information and applications, please contact Spencer Tolliver, Director of Educational Services, at (415) 445.5413 or email@example.com.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco seeks to provide financial support for members who have made the commitment to academic success and service to their Club/Camp and community. It is through generous donations that we are able to offer 8 scholarships ($1,000 per year for 4 years) to members who wish to pursue a post-secondary education.
Please read through the overview document to learn more about these scholarships.
Please click here to download BGCSF’s scholarship application.
For more information, please contact Spencer Tolliver, Director of Educational Services, at (415) 445.5413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helpful Links for Teens:
http://www.jcyc.org/ (Japanese Community Youth Council)
http://www.ehss.org/ (Enterprise for High School Students)
http://www.ccsf.edu/Campuses/ (City College of San Francisco)
http://www.myeep.org/ (Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program)
http://www.jvs.org/ (Jewish Vocational Services)
http://www.jumaventures.org/ (Juma Ventures)
http://www.cccco.edu/ (Community Colleges California)
http://www.calstate.edu/ (State University links)