Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio
San Antonio Community Resource Directory
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio serves youth through a variety of after-school and summer programs including homework assistance, technology centers, teen centers, career exploration, job assistance, sports and recreation, art classes and leadership development. Our mission is to enhance the educational, social, and moral development of San Antonio’s youth, ages 6-18 years old, especially those who need us most. Our vision is that every kid that walks through our doors is on track to graduate high school on time with a plan for their future whether it be higher education, technical school, employment or military.
Boys & Girls Clubs serve youth, ages 6-18 years old, especially those who need us most.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-7:00pm
(210) 436-0686 Send email
Angie Mock - Chief Executive Officer Send email
Davilin Hamel - Executive Assistant: Send email
Goal: To make young people explore a variety of careers, make sound educational decisions, and prepare for the world of work Program: CareerLaunch is BGCA’s premier career development program providing a range of services to help Club members develop the skills essential for workforce success. This includes not only getting and keeping a job, but also finding a career that fits each member’s interests and talents. Made possible through funding from Gap Foundation, the program has the following features: • The Career Exploration Quick Reference Guide • The CareerLaunch Teen Tips booklet • The CareerLaunch Folders • The CareerLaunch Website
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To make young people explore a variety of careers, make sound educational decisions, and prepare for the world of work Program: CareerLaunch is BGCA’s premier career development program providing a range of services to help Club members develop the skills essential for workforce success. This includes not only getting and keeping a job, but also finding a career that fits each member’s interests and talents. Made possible through funding from Gap Foundation, the program has the following features: • The Career Exploration Quick Reference Guide • The CareerLaunch Teen Tips booklet • The CareerLaunch Folders • The CareerLaunch Website
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To make young people explore a variety of careers, make sound educational decisions, and prepare for the world of work Program: CareerLaunch is BGCA’s premier career development program providing a range of services to help Club members develop the skills essential for workforce success. This includes not only getting and keeping a job, but also finding a career that fits each member’s interests and talents. Made possible through funding from Gap Foundation, the program has the following features: • The Career Exploration Quick Reference Guide • The CareerLaunch Teen Tips booklet • The CareerLaunch Folders • The CareerLaunch Website
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: To provide programming, training and resources to make Boys & Girls Club members and professionals effective users of technology Program: Funded by founding partner Microsoft, Club Tech programs teach members technical skills and integrate technology into core program areas. Each program emphasizes the safe, ethical use of technology and explores high-tech career options. Club Tech’s Software Donation Program offers fully-chartered Clubs free Microsoft software to use in tech centers and for their administrative and marketing purposes
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To develop members’ technical skills, creativity and critical thinking with projects in web design, graphic design, digital photography, electronic-music making and digital-movie making. Program: Five programs in technology and the arts sponsored by founding partner Microsoft and Comcast. • Web Tech: Members create simple, one-page websites using web design software. They then advance to building more sophisticated sites with links, graphics, text and sound, learning important design lessons along the way. • Design Tech: Members learn artistic concepts and technology skills to create professional. Projects include developing logos, posters and animation with photo manipulation software and Microsoft Publisher. • Photo Tech: Members take digital photographs and study distance, angle and photo composition. • Music Tech: Members explore music software and basic music theory, learning to write sheet music, mix music loops and compose and record songs. • Movie Tech: Members create simple movies using movie-editing software. As part of Boys & Girls Clubs Digital Arts programming, BGCSA participates in the Digital Arts Festival. The goal of the Digital Arts Festival is to recognize the creative and technological talents of Boys & Girls Club members participating in Digital Arts programs. Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 The Club Tech Digital Arts Festivals celebrate member creativity and technical ability in four areas: Music Making Photo Illustration Movie Making Graphic Design Each festival is the culmination of one of the Digital Arts Suite (DAS) programs: Music Tech, Photo Tech, Movie Tech, and Design Tech. Based on a theme, members create digital music; photo illustrations, graphic designs or websites; write screenplays; or produce short films. While not required, administering DAS programs is the best way to prepare members for festival participation.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to18; Movie Tech is for ages 10 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To support Club members as they work toward high school graduation and prepare for post-secondary education and career success. Program: Diplomas to Degrees (d2D) is BGCA’s college readiness, access and success program, which provides a range of services to help guide Club members through high school graduation and make plans for post-secondary education and career success. The program features the following components: • The Facilitator’s Guide, for Club staff and volunteers, includes a variety of topics to help teens understand why college is important. • The Teen College Guide offers tips on achieving academic success and planning for post-secondary education. The guide also makes planning for college much easier by helping teens build a college admission portfolio.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78204 , D2
Goal: To support Club members as they work toward high school graduation and prepare for post-secondary education and career success. Program: Diplomas to Degrees (d2D) is BGCA’s college readiness, access and success program, which provides a range of services to help guide Club members through high school graduation and make plans for post-secondary education and career success. The program features the following components: • The Facilitator’s Guide, for Club staff and volunteers, includes a variety of topics to help teens understand why college is important. • The Teen College Guide offers tips on achieving academic success and planning for post-secondary education. The guide also makes planning for college much easier by helping teens build a college admission portfolio.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To support Club members as they work toward high school graduation and prepare for post-secondary education and career success. Program: Diplomas to Degrees (d2D) is BGCA’s college readiness, access and success program, which provides a range of services to help guide Club members through high school graduation and make plans for post-secondary education and career success. The program features the following components: • The Facilitator’s Guide, for Club staff and volunteers, includes a variety of topics to help teens understand why college is important. • The Teen College Guide offers tips on achieving academic success and planning for post-secondary education. The guide also makes planning for college much easier by helping teens build a college admission portfolio.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13 to 18
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: STEM programming for Latina girls to improve their access and understanding of education and career opportunities in STEM related fields - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Major Program Components: • Career exploration: Expose Latina youth to varied career paths they would not learn at home or in school • College readiness: Tour college campuses in and outside San Antonio • Enhanced math and science tutoring: Devote specific tutoring hours to math and science beyond homework completion • Parent Engagement: Engage parents with career opportunities to offset gender bias around Latina career choices • STEM curriculum throughout entire year Funded by The Eva Longoria Foundation whose mission is to help Latinas build better futures for themselves and their families through education and entrepreneurship.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Diana Madrid-Vidaurri - S.T.E.M. Program Manager Send email
(210) 436-0686
Goal: STEM programming for Latina girls to improve their access and understanding of education and career opportunities in STEM related fields - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Major Program Components: • Career exploration: Expose Latina youth to varied career paths they would not learn at home or in school • College readiness: Tour college campuses in and outside San Antonio • Enhanced math and science tutoring: Devote specific tutoring hours to math and science beyond homework completion • Parent Engagement: Engage parents with career opportunities to offset gender bias around Latina career choices • STEM curriculum throughout entire year Funded by The Eva Longoria Foundation whose mission is to help Latinas build better futures for themselves and their families through education and entrepreneurship.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Diana Madrid-Vidaurri - S.T.E.M. Program Manager Send email
(210) 436-0686
Goal: STEM programming for Latina girls to improve their access and understanding of education and career opportunities in STEM related fields - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Major Program Components: • Career exploration: Expose Latina youth to varied career paths they would not learn at home or in school • College readiness: Tour college campuses in and outside San Antonio • Enhanced math and science tutoring: Devote specific tutoring hours to math and science beyond homework completion • Parent Engagement: Engage parents with career opportunities to offset gender bias around Latina career choices • STEM curriculum throughout entire year Funded by The Eva Longoria Foundation whose mission is to help Latinas build better futures for themselves and their families through education and entrepreneurship.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Diana Madrid-Vidaurri - S.T.E.M. Program Manager Send email
(210) 436-0686
Goal: STEM programming for Latina girls to improve their access and understanding of education and career opportunities in STEM related fields - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Major Program Components: • Career exploration: Expose Latina youth to varied career paths they would not learn at home or in school • College readiness: Tour college campuses in and outside San Antonio • Enhanced math and science tutoring: Devote specific tutoring hours to math and science beyond homework completion • Parent Engagement: Engage parents with career opportunities to offset gender bias around Latina career choices • STEM curriculum throughout entire year Funded by The Eva Longoria Foundation whose mission is to help Latinas build better futures for themselves and their families through education and entrepreneurship.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Select Saturdays
Diana Madrid-Vidaurri - S.T.E.M. Program Manager Send email
(210) 436-0686
Goal: Known as the Mind component of Triple Play, the Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience. From the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room, the central themes of good nutrition, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being are emphasized. Program: • Healthy Habits contains 10 step-by-step lessons for ages 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18. While the information in the teen lessons is appropriate for all teens, we recommend you convene your teens in groups of 13-15 and 16-18 year-olds to encourage better dynamics and discussions. • The lessons are as follows: o My Pyramid is your Pyramid! o Stamp out Portion Distortion! o Eating for Energy Part 1: Power Your Body and Brain with Breakfast o Eating for Energy Part 2: Snacking, Fluids and Fad Diets o Pick Up on Produce: Fruits and Veggies o Now We’re Cooking! o Building Healthy Bones-and Teeth, Too o Your Body-All Systems Go! o Focus on the Food Environment o From Home Eating Away
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: Known as the Mind component of Triple Play, the Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience. From the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room, the central themes of good nutrition, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being are emphasized. Program: • Healthy Habits contains 10 step-by-step lessons for ages 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18. While the information in the teen lessons is appropriate for all teens, we recommend you convene your teens in groups of 13-15 and 16-18 year-olds to encourage better dynamics and discussions. • The lessons are as follows: o My Pyramid is your Pyramid! o Stamp out Portion Distortion! o Eating for Energy Part 1: Power Your Body and Brain with Breakfast o Eating for Energy Part 2: Snacking, Fluids and Fad Diets o Pick Up on Produce: Fruits and Veggies o Now We’re Cooking! o Building Healthy Bones-and Teeth, Too o Your Body-All Systems Go! o Focus on the Food Environment o From Home Eating Away
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: Known as the Mind component of Triple Play, the Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience. From the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room, the central themes of good nutrition, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being are emphasized. Program: • Healthy Habits contains 10 step-by-step lessons for ages 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18. While the information in the teen lessons is appropriate for all teens, we recommend you convene your teens in groups of 13-15 and 16-18 year-olds to encourage better dynamics and discussions. • The lessons are as follows: o My Pyramid is your Pyramid! o Stamp out Portion Distortion! o Eating for Energy Part 1: Power Your Body and Brain with Breakfast o Eating for Energy Part 2: Snacking, Fluids and Fad Diets o Pick Up on Produce: Fruits and Veggies o Now We’re Cooking! o Building Healthy Bones-and Teeth, Too o Your Body-All Systems Go! o Focus on the Food Environment o From Home Eating Away
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris Send email
(210) 310-9656
Goal: Known as the Mind component of Triple Play, the Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience. From the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room, the central themes of good nutrition, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being are emphasized. Program: • Healthy Habits contains 10 step-by-step lessons for ages 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18. While the information in the teen lessons is appropriate for all teens, we recommend you convene your teens in groups of 13-15 and 16-18 year-olds to encourage better dynamics and discussions. • The lessons are as follows: o My Pyramid is your Pyramid! o Stamp out Portion Distortion! o Eating for Energy Part 1: Power Your Body and Brain with Breakfast o Eating for Energy Part 2: Snacking, Fluids and Fad Diets o Pick Up on Produce: Fruits and Veggies o Now We’re Cooking! o Building Healthy Bones-and Teeth, Too o Your Body-All Systems Go! o Focus on the Food Environment o From Home Eating Away
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm

(210) 431-7990
Goal: Known as the Mind component of Triple Play, the Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience. From the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room, the central themes of good nutrition, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being are emphasized. Program: • Healthy Habits contains 10 step-by-step lessons for ages 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18. While the information in the teen lessons is appropriate for all teens, we recommend you convene your teens in groups of 13-15 and 16-18 year-olds to encourage better dynamics and discussions. • The lessons are as follows: o My Pyramid is your Pyramid! o Stamp out Portion Distortion! o Eating for Energy Part 1: Power Your Body and Brain with Breakfast o Eating for Energy Part 2: Snacking, Fluids and Fad Diets o Pick Up on Produce: Fruits and Veggies o Now We’re Cooking! o Building Healthy Bones-and Teeth, Too o Your Body-All Systems Go! o Focus on the Food Environment o From Home Eating Away
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13-18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio is one of only 33 Clubs in the country offering the Michael Phelps im Program. The im program offers a multi-faceted line-up of water safety lessons, recreational aquatic activities, organized swimming, as well as health, wellness and goal-setting instruction at a world-class level. As participants make their way through im safe, im fun, im fast, im healthy and im successful, they have the opportunity to earn 8 im medals of their very own.The im program is currently offered in 33 Boys & Girls Clubs of America and 7 Special Olympics countries worldwide. Over 3,500 participants world-wide have completed imsafe and are now water-safe. FACT SHEET The Michael Phelps Foundation developed im in 2009, collaborating with Kidshealth.Org, the Michael Phelps Swim School and some of the same instructors that taught Michael as a child, creating one of the first water-safety courses to offer accessible and affordable world-class instruction to children across the country. im is currently offered in its partner organizations, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Special Olympics international. For more information on the im program, please visit www.michaelphelpsfoundation.org/im.php or visit the Michael Phelps Foundation Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MichaelPhelpsFoundation.
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details.
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of photography Program: • ImageMakers National Photography Program encourages members to learn and practice various photography methods. The program features eight sessions for three components: Beginner ImageMakers, Intermediate ImageMakers and Advanced ImageMakers. The goal of each component is to teach the use of photography as an art and a vocation. Each component can stand alone or members can graduate from one level to the next. • ImageMakers National Photography Contest – Club members can take part in the ImageMakers photography contest that enables them to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The contest has five categories including color process, black and white process, alternative process, digital and photo essay.
All Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 years old
Free
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details. Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of photography Program: • ImageMakers National Photography Program encourages members to learn and practice various photography methods. The program features eight sessions for three components: Beginner ImageMakers, Intermediate ImageMakers and Advanced ImageMakers. The goal of each component is to teach the use of photography as an art and a vocation. Each component can stand alone or members can graduate from one level to the next. • ImageMakers National Photography Contest – Club members can take part in the ImageMakers photography contest that enables them to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The contest has five categories including color process, black and white process, alternative process, digital and photo essay.
All Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 years old
Free
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details. Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of photography Program: • ImageMakers National Photography Program encourages members to learn and practice various photography methods. The program features eight sessions for three components: Beginner ImageMakers, Intermediate ImageMakers and Advanced ImageMakers. The goal of each component is to teach the use of photography as an art and a vocation. Each component can stand alone or members can graduate from one level to the next. • ImageMakers National Photography Contest – Club members can take part in the ImageMakers photography contest that enables them to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The contest has five categories including color process, black and white process, alternative process, digital and photo essay.
All Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 years old
Free
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details. Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of photography Program: • ImageMakers National Photography Program encourages members to learn and practice various photography methods. The program features eight sessions for three components: Beginner ImageMakers, Intermediate ImageMakers and Advanced ImageMakers. The goal of each component is to teach the use of photography as an art and a vocation. Each component can stand alone or members can graduate from one level to the next. • ImageMakers National Photography Contest – Club members can take part in the ImageMakers photography contest that enables them to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The contest has five categories including color process, black and white process, alternative process, digital and photo essay.
All Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 years old
Free
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details. Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of photography Program: • ImageMakers National Photography Program encourages members to learn and practice various photography methods. The program features eight sessions for three components: Beginner ImageMakers, Intermediate ImageMakers and Advanced ImageMakers. The goal of each component is to teach the use of photography as an art and a vocation. Each component can stand alone or members can graduate from one level to the next. • ImageMakers National Photography Contest – Club members can take part in the ImageMakers photography contest that enables them to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The contest has five categories including color process, black and white process, alternative process, digital and photo essay.
All Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 years old
Free
all or visit the Clubhouse for details. Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: • To promote character and leadership among Club teens to provide impact in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. Program: • For teens age 14-18 that provide leadership opportunities in one or more focus areas: academic success, career preparation and/or community service • Offer activities in each of the three focus areas (academic success, career preparation and community service) • Participate in one or more national service initiatives
Teens age 14-18
Free
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 2:30pm-7:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: • To promote character and leadership among Club teens to provide impact in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. Program: • For teens age 14-18 that provide leadership opportunities in one or more focus areas: academic success, career preparation and/or community service • Offer activities in each of the three focus areas (academic success, career preparation and community service) • Participate in one or more national service initiatives
Teens age 14-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-6:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: • To promote character and leadership among Club teens to provide impact in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. Program: • For teens age 14-18 that provide leadership opportunities in one or more focus areas: academic success, career preparation and/or community service • Offer activities in each of the three focus areas (academic success, career preparation and community service) • Participate in one or more national service initiatives
Teens age 14-18
Free
Hours of Operation: Mon-Friday 3:00pm-7:00pm Summer Hours: 7:00am-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
Goal: • To promote character and leadership among Club teens to provide impact in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. Program: • For teens age 14-18 that provide leadership opportunities in one or more focus areas: academic success, career preparation and/or community service • Offer activities in each of the three focus areas (academic success, career preparation and community service) • Participate in one or more national service initiatives
Teens age 14-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-6:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm

(210) 436-0686
Goal: • To promote character and leadership among Club teens to provide impact in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. Program: • For teens age 14-18 that provide leadership opportunities in one or more focus areas: academic success, career preparation and/or community service • Offer activities in each of the three focus areas (academic success, career preparation and community service) • Participate in one or more national service initiatives
Teens age 14-18
Free
Hours of Operation Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Select Saturdays
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To promote financial responsibility among teens by building their basic money management skills Program Money Matters: Make It Count helps teens gain useful knowledge and skills on various aspects of financial literacy, including budgeting, saving & investing, credit & debt, entrepreneurship and planning for college. Money Matters is made possible through funding from Charles Schwab Foundation The Teen Personal Finance Guide is a fun, innovative and useful tool for teens. It includes practical tips and activities to help teens learn the important skills of balancing a checkbook, creating a budget and investing for college and retirement. The guide also provides teens with basic entrepreneurship information for those interested in starting businesses.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal To promote financial responsibility among teens by building their basic money management skills Program Money Matters: Make It Count helps teens gain useful knowledge and skills on various aspects of financial literacy, including budgeting, saving & investing, credit & debt, entrepreneurship and planning for college. Money Matters is made possible through funding from Charles Schwab Foundation The Teen Personal Finance Guide is a fun, innovative and useful tool for teens. It includes practical tips and activities to help teens learn the important skills of balancing a checkbook, creating a budget and investing for college and retirement. The guide also provides teens with basic entrepreneurship information for those interested in starting businesses.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm

(210) 431-7990
Goal: To promote financial responsibility among teens by building their basic money management skills Program Money Matters: Make It Count helps teens gain useful knowledge and skills on various aspects of financial literacy, including budgeting, saving & investing, credit & debt, entrepreneurship and planning for college. Money Matters is made possible through funding from Charles Schwab Foundation The Teen Personal Finance Guide is a fun, innovative and useful tool for teens. It includes practical tips and activities to help teens learn the important skills of balancing a checkbook, creating a budget and investing for college and retirement. The guide also provides teens with basic entrepreneurship information for those interested in starting businesses.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 13-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through skill development and the appreciation of the arts Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 Club members can take part in the National Fine Arts Exhibit, which is designed to enable members to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The exhibit has ten categories including: • Monochromatic Drawing • Multicolored Drawing • Pastel • Watercolor • Oil/Acrylic • Print Making • Mixed Media • Collage • Sculpture • Group Projects
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details.
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through skill development and the appreciation of the arts Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 Club members can take part in the National Fine Arts Exhibit, which is designed to enable members to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The exhibit has ten categories including: • Monochromatic Drawing • Multicolored Drawing • Pastel • Watercolor • Oil/Acrylic • Print Making • Mixed Media • Collage • Sculpture • Group Projects
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details.
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through skill development and the appreciation of the arts Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 Club members can take part in the National Fine Arts Exhibit, which is designed to enable members to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The exhibit has ten categories including: • Monochromatic Drawing • Multicolored Drawing • Pastel • Watercolor • Oil/Acrylic • Print Making • Mixed Media • Collage • Sculpture • Group Projects
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details.
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through skill development and the appreciation of the arts Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18 Club members can take part in the National Fine Arts Exhibit, which is designed to enable members to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through visual arts. The exhibit has ten categories including: • Monochromatic Drawing • Multicolored Drawing • Pastel • Watercolor • Oil/Acrylic • Print Making • Mixed Media • Collage • Sculpture • Group Projects
Call or visit the Clubhouse for details.
Free
Clubhouse Hours: School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: To teach and promote responsibility, reinforce positive behavior and develop character in adolescent males. Program: Passport to Manhood is a 14-session program that concentrates on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each male Club member participant is issued his own “passport” to underscore his personal journey of maturation and growth. • Getting to Know You • Values in Personal Decision Making • Code of Ethics • Personal Wellness • Substance Abuse • Responses to Authority • Relationships with Girls • Fatherhood and the Family • Employment and Careers • Personal Leadership and Community Responsibility • Diversity • Cooperation and Conflict • Self-Esteem and Image • Graduation
Male Club members ages 11 to 14
Free
Call for schedule.
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To teach and promote responsibility, reinforce positive behavior and develop character in adolescent males. Program: Passport to Manhood is a 14-session program that concentrates on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each male Club member participant is issued his own “passport” to underscore his personal journey of maturation and growth. • Getting to Know You • Values in Personal Decision Making • Code of Ethics • Personal Wellness • Substance Abuse • Responses to Authority • Relationships with Girls • Fatherhood and the Family • Employment and Careers • Personal Leadership and Community Responsibility • Diversity • Cooperation and Conflict • Self-Esteem and Image • Graduation
Male Club members ages 11 to 14
Free
Call for schedule.
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To teach and promote responsibility, reinforce positive behavior and develop character in adolescent males. Program: Passport to Manhood is a 14-session program that concentrates on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each male Club member participant is issued his own “passport” to underscore his personal journey of maturation and growth. • Getting to Know You • Values in Personal Decision Making • Code of Ethics • Personal Wellness • Substance Abuse • Responses to Authority • Relationships with Girls • Fatherhood and the Family • Employment and Careers • Personal Leadership and Community Responsibility • Diversity • Cooperation and Conflict • Self-Esteem and Image • Graduation
Goal: To teach and promote responsibility, reinforce positive behavior and develop character in adolescent males. Program: Passport to Manhood is a 14-session program that concentrates on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each male Club member participant is issued his own “passport” to underscore his personal journey of maturation and growth. • Getting to Know You • Values in Personal Decision Making • Code of Ethics • Personal Wellness • Substance Abuse • Responses to Authority • Relationships with Girls • Fatherhood and the Family • Employment and Careers • Personal Leadership and Community Responsibility • Diversity • Cooperation and Conflict • Self-Esteem and Image • Graduation
Free
Call for schedule.
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To teach and promote responsibility, reinforce positive behavior and develop character in adolescent males. Program: Passport to Manhood is a 14-session program that concentrates on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each male Club member participant is issued his own “passport” to underscore his personal journey of maturation and growth. • Getting to Know You • Values in Personal Decision Making • Code of Ethics • Personal Wellness • Substance Abuse • Responses to Authority • Relationships with Girls • Fatherhood and the Family • Employment and Careers • Personal Leadership and Community Responsibility • Diversity • Cooperation and Conflict • Self-Esteem and Image • Graduation
Male Club members ages 11 to 14
Call for schedule.

(210) 431-7990
Goal: To teach and promote responsibility, reinforce positive behavior and develop character in adolescent males. Program: Passport to Manhood is a 14-session program that concentrates on specific aspects of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each male Club member participant is issued his own “passport” to underscore his personal journey of maturation and growth. • Getting to Know You • Values in Personal Decision Making • Code of Ethics • Personal Wellness • Substance Abuse • Responses to Authority • Relationships with Girls • Fatherhood and the Family • Employment and Careers • Personal Leadership and Community Responsibility • Diversity • Cooperation and Conflict • Self-Esteem and Image • Graduation
Male Club members ages 11 to 14
Free
Call for schedule.
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm

(210) 431-7990
Goal: To help young people develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion, high-yield learning activities and tutoring. Program: The Power Hour program model helps Club professionals... • Create a climate of academic success in the Boys & Girls Club • Conduct engaging homework help programs for Club members in elementary, middle and high school • Make homework and other learning activities enjoyable, as well as academically beneficial – “Fun with a Purpose” • Integrate technology in Power Hour activities • Implement one-on-one or small-group tutoring for youth who need additional help in specific areas • Develop an incentive system to motivate youth to increase their participation • Recognize young people’s efforts and achievements • Engage hard-to-reach or reluctant youth in homework help and tutoring • Collaborate with schools, parents and other community partners
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: To reinforce the knowledge and skills youth learn in school by integrating fun, educational activities throughout Club programs. Program: Project Learn reinforces and enhances the skills and knowledge young people learn at school during the hours they spend at the Club. This comprehensive strategy is based on Dr. Reginald Clark’s research showing that students do much better academically when they spend their non-school hours engaged in fun, educational activities. Formally evaluated by Columbia University, Project Learn has been proven to boost the academic performance of Club members. The strategy consists of five components: • Homework help and tutoring • High-yield learning activities (HYLAs) • Parental involvement • School collaboration • Incentives
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To reinforce the knowledge and skills youth learn in school by integrating fun, educational activities throughout Club programs. Program: Project Learn reinforces and enhances the skills and knowledge young people learn at school during the hours they spend at the Club. This comprehensive strategy is based on Dr. Reginald Clark’s research showing that students do much better academically when they spend their non-school hours engaged in fun, educational activities. Formally evaluated by Columbia University, Project Learn has been proven to boost the academic performance of Club members. The strategy consists of five components: • Homework help and tutoring • High-yield learning activities (HYLAs) • Parental involvement • School collaboration • Incentives
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6 to 18
Free
School Year Hours: Monday - Friday 2:30pm - 7:00pm Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
Our array of SMART Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. SMART Moves Goal: To help young people resist the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. Program: • SMART Kids, ages 6-9, provides youth with the knowledge, skills and self- esteem to help them make healthy choices, practice healthy behaviors and avoid risky behaviors and situations, including involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. • Start SMART, ages 10-12, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity and practice abstinence first. • Stay SMART, ages 13-15, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. SMART Leaders Goal: To help teens become positive role models for their peers and keep them involved in SMART Moves after they complete the Stay SMART component of the program. Program: • SMART Leaders is a two-year peer leader/booster program for Boys & Girls Club members who have completed the Stay SMART component of SMART Moves. It is designed to prepare teens to become leaders in their Club and community. Participants engage in educational discussions about alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs and are encouraged to recruit other youth for the program. Components include: • SMART Leaders I: is a five-session, small-group program followed by a prevention involvement component in which the SMART Leaders youth participate as peer leaders and positive role models in prevention-related and other general activities in the organization. • SMART Leaders II: is a flexible small-group discussion program plus involvement component for youth who have completed SMART Leaders I. SMART Girls Goal: To help 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 relationships Program: • SMART Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for female Club members ages 8 to17. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable adolescent/teen girls to develop to their full potential. SMART Girls offers a module for girls ages 8-12 years and a module for girls ages 13-17 years. Each module consists of two components: • Part One: It’s your Body examines media influences on attitudes about females, personal values in dating relationships, date violence, date rape and sexual harassment, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual myths and truths, getting regular gynecological care, and the physical and emotional changes girls experience. • Part Two: Take Care of your Body identifies ways to attain healthy eating habits, meet specific nutritional needs, develop basic cooking skills and become physically fit and active. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing how to use the health care delivery system. Date SMART Goal: To allow Club members to examine their feelings about dating and relationships, as well as encourage teens to become community advocates for relationships based on equality and mutual respect. Program: • Date SMART is for 13- to 18-year-olds and is intended to increase young people’s understanding and build the skills they need to achieve healthy relationships free of violence and abuse. Club members increase their ability to help friends and family members who may be experiencing dating, sexual or domestic violence. • The Date SMART program includes 10 fun, engaging and easy-to-use sessions: o Friendship and More o True Love o Abuse and Respect o Strong Men and Strong Women o Meeting of the Minds o What is sexual assault? o Going Out, Breaking Up and Good Communication o Speaking Up for Violence-Free Relationships o Dating Jeopardy o Celebrating New Relationships and Building Support
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-17
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
Our array of SMART Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. SMART Moves Goal: To help young people resist the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. Program: • SMART Kids, ages 6-9, provides youth with the knowledge, skills and self- esteem to help them make healthy choices, practice healthy behaviors and avoid risky behaviors and situations, including involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. • Start SMART, ages 10-12, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity and practice abstinence first. • Stay SMART, ages 13-15, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. SMART Leaders Goal: To help teens become positive role models for their peers and keep them involved in SMART Moves after they complete the Stay SMART component of the program. Program: • SMART Leaders is a two-year peer leader/booster program for Boys & Girls Club members who have completed the Stay SMART component of SMART Moves. It is designed to prepare teens to become leaders in their Club and community. Participants engage in educational discussions about alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs and are encouraged to recruit other youth for the program. Components include: • SMART Leaders I: is a five-session, small-group program followed by a prevention involvement component in which the SMART Leaders youth participate as peer leaders and positive role models in prevention-related and other general activities in the organization. • SMART Leaders II: is a flexible small-group discussion program plus involvement component for youth who have completed SMART Leaders I. SMART Girls Goal: To help 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 relationships Program: • SMART Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for female Club members ages 8 to17. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable adolescent/teen girls to develop to their full potential. SMART Girls offers a module for girls ages 8-12 years and a module for girls ages 13-17 years. Each module consists of two components: • Part One: It’s your Body examines media influences on attitudes about females, personal values in dating relationships, date violence, date rape and sexual harassment, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual myths and truths, getting regular gynecological care, and the physical and emotional changes girls experience. • Part Two: Take Care of your Body identifies ways to attain healthy eating habits, meet specific nutritional needs, develop basic cooking skills and become physically fit and active. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing how to use the health care delivery system. Date SMART Goal: To allow Club members to examine their feelings about dating and relationships, as well as encourage teens to become community advocates for relationships based on equality and mutual respect. Program: • Date SMART is for 13- to 18-year-olds and is intended to increase young people’s understanding and build the skills they need to achieve healthy relationships free of violence and abuse. Club members increase their ability to help friends and family members who may be experiencing dating, sexual or domestic violence. • The Date SMART program includes 10 fun, engaging and easy-to-use sessions: o Friendship and More o True Love o Abuse and Respect o Strong Men and Strong Women o Meeting of the Minds o What is sexual assault? o Going Out, Breaking Up and Good Communication o Speaking Up for Violence-Free Relationships o Dating Jeopardy o Celebrating New Relationships and Building Support
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-17
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director
(210) 434-4383
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Our array of SMART Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. SMART Moves Goal: To help young people resist the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. Program: • SMART Kids, ages 6-9, provides youth with the knowledge, skills and self- esteem to help them make healthy choices, practice healthy behaviors and avoid risky behaviors and situations, including involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. • Start SMART, ages 10-12, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity and practice abstinence first. • Stay SMART, ages 13-15, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. SMART Leaders Goal: To help teens become positive role models for their peers and keep them involved in SMART Moves after they complete the Stay SMART component of the program. Program: • SMART Leaders is a two-year peer leader/booster program for Boys & Girls Club members who have completed the Stay SMART component of SMART Moves. It is designed to prepare teens to become leaders in their Club and community. Participants engage in educational discussions about alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs and are encouraged to recruit other youth for the program. Components include: • SMART Leaders I: is a five-session, small-group program followed by a prevention involvement component in which the SMART Leaders youth participate as peer leaders and positive role models in prevention-related and other general activities in the organization. • SMART Leaders II: is a flexible small-group discussion program plus involvement component for youth who have completed SMART Leaders I. SMART Girls Goal: To help 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 relationships Program: • SMART Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for female Club members ages 8 to17. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable adolescent/teen girls to develop to their full potential. SMART Girls offers a module for girls ages 8-12 years and a module for girls ages 13-17 years. Each module consists of two components: • Part One: It’s your Body examines media influences on attitudes about females, personal values in dating relationships, date violence, date rape and sexual harassment, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual myths and truths, getting regular gynecological care, and the physical and emotional changes girls experience. • Part Two: Take Care of your Body identifies ways to attain healthy eating habits, meet specific nutritional needs, develop basic cooking skills and become physically fit and active. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing how to use the health care delivery system. Date SMART Goal: To allow Club members to examine their feelings about dating and relationships, as well as encourage teens to become community advocates for relationships based on equality and mutual respect. Program: • Date SMART is for 13- to 18-year-olds and is intended to increase young people’s understanding and build the skills they need to achieve healthy relationships free of violence and abuse. Club members increase their ability to help friends and family members who may be experiencing dating, sexual or domestic violence. • The Date SMART program includes 10 fun, engaging and easy-to-use sessions: o Friendship and More o True Love o Abuse and Respect o Strong Men and Strong Women o Meeting of the Minds o What is sexual assault? o Going Out, Breaking Up and Good Communication o Speaking Up for Violence-Free Relationships o Dating Jeopardy o Celebrating New Relationships and Building Support
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-17
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Our array of SMART Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. SMART Moves Goal: To help young people resist the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. Program: • SMART Kids, ages 6-9, provides youth with the knowledge, skills and self- esteem to help them make healthy choices, practice healthy behaviors and avoid risky behaviors and situations, including involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. • Start SMART, ages 10-12, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity and practice abstinence first. • Stay SMART, ages 13-15, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. SMART Leaders Goal: To help teens become positive role models for their peers and keep them involved in SMART Moves after they complete the Stay SMART component of the program. Program: • SMART Leaders is a two-year peer leader/booster program for Boys & Girls Club members who have completed the Stay SMART component of SMART Moves. It is designed to prepare teens to become leaders in their Club and community. Participants engage in educational discussions about alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs and are encouraged to recruit other youth for the program. Components include: • SMART Leaders I: is a five-session, small-group program followed by a prevention involvement component in which the SMART Leaders youth participate as peer leaders and positive role models in prevention-related and other general activities in the organization. • SMART Leaders II: is a flexible small-group discussion program plus involvement component for youth who have completed SMART Leaders I. SMART Girls Goal: To help 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 relationships Program: • SMART Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for female Club members ages 8 to17. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable adolescent/teen girls to develop to their full potential. SMART Girls offers a module for girls ages 8-12 years and a module for girls ages 13-17 years. Each module consists of two components: • Part One: It’s your Body examines media influences on attitudes about females, personal values in dating relationships, date violence, date rape and sexual harassment, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual myths and truths, getting regular gynecological care, and the physical and emotional changes girls experience. • Part Two: Take Care of your Body identifies ways to attain healthy eating habits, meet specific nutritional needs, develop basic cooking skills and become physically fit and active. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing how to use the health care delivery system. Date SMART Goal: To allow Club members to examine their feelings about dating and relationships, as well as encourage teens to become community advocates for relationships based on equality and mutual respect. Program: • Date SMART is for 13- to 18-year-olds and is intended to increase young people’s understanding and build the skills they need to achieve healthy relationships free of violence and abuse. Club members increase their ability to help friends and family members who may be experiencing dating, sexual or domestic violence. • The Date SMART program includes 10 fun, engaging and easy-to-use sessions: o Friendship and More o True Love o Abuse and Respect o Strong Men and Strong Women o Meeting of the Minds o What is sexual assault? o Going Out, Breaking Up and Good Communication o Speaking Up for Violence-Free Relationships o Dating Jeopardy o Celebrating New Relationships and Building Support
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-17
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
Our array of SMART Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. SMART Moves Goal: To help young people resist the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. Program: • SMART Kids, ages 6-9, provides youth with the knowledge, skills and self- esteem to help them make healthy choices, practice healthy behaviors and avoid risky behaviors and situations, including involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. • Start SMART, ages 10-12, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity and practice abstinence first. • Stay SMART, ages 13-15, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. SMART Leaders Goal: To help teens become positive role models for their peers and keep them involved in SMART Moves after they complete the Stay SMART component of the program. Program: • SMART Leaders is a two-year peer leader/booster program for Boys & Girls Club members who have completed the Stay SMART component of SMART Moves. It is designed to prepare teens to become leaders in their Club and community. Participants engage in educational discussions about alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs and are encouraged to recruit other youth for the program. Components include: • SMART Leaders I: is a five-session, small-group program followed by a prevention involvement component in which the SMART Leaders youth participate as peer leaders and positive role models in prevention-related and other general activities in the organization. • SMART Leaders II: is a flexible small-group discussion program plus involvement component for youth who have completed SMART Leaders I. SMART Girls Goal: To help 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 relationships Program: • SMART Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for female Club members ages 8 to17. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable adolescent/teen girls to develop to their full potential. SMART Girls offers a module for girls ages 8-12 years and a module for girls ages 13-17 years. Each module consists of two components: • Part One: It’s your Body examines media influences on attitudes about females, personal values in dating relationships, date violence, date rape and sexual harassment, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual myths and truths, getting regular gynecological care, and the physical and emotional changes girls experience. • Part Two: Take Care of your Body identifies ways to attain healthy eating habits, meet specific nutritional needs, develop basic cooking skills and become physically fit and active. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing how to use the health care delivery system. Date SMART Goal: To allow Club members to examine their feelings about dating and relationships, as well as encourage teens to become community advocates for relationships based on equality and mutual respect. Program: • Date SMART is for 13- to 18-year-olds and is intended to increase young people’s understanding and build the skills they need to achieve healthy relationships free of violence and abuse. Club members increase their ability to help friends and family members who may be experiencing dating, sexual or domestic violence. • The Date SMART program includes 10 fun, engaging and easy-to-use sessions: o Friendship and More o True Love o Abuse and Respect o Strong Men and Strong Women o Meeting of the Minds o What is sexual assault? o Going Out, Breaking Up and Good Communication o Speaking Up for Violence-Free Relationships o Dating Jeopardy o Celebrating New Relationships and Building Support
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-17
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm

(210) 431-7990
Our array of SMART Programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. SMART Moves Goal: To help young people resist the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. Program: • SMART Kids, ages 6-9, provides youth with the knowledge, skills and self- esteem to help them make healthy choices, practice healthy behaviors and avoid risky behaviors and situations, including involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. • Start SMART, ages 10-12, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity and practice abstinence first. • Stay SMART, ages 13-15, provides young people with the knowledge, skills, self-esteem and peer support to help them make healthy choices, practice responsible behaviors, avoid using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and postpone sexual activity. SMART Leaders Goal: To help teens become positive role models for their peers and keep them involved in SMART Moves after they complete the Stay SMART component of the program. Program: • SMART Leaders is a two-year peer leader/booster program for Boys & Girls Club members who have completed the Stay SMART component of SMART Moves. It is designed to prepare teens to become leaders in their Club and community. Participants engage in educational discussions about alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs and are encouraged to recruit other youth for the program. Components include: • SMART Leaders I: is a five-session, small-group program followed by a prevention involvement component in which the SMART Leaders youth participate as peer leaders and positive role models in prevention-related and other general activities in the organization. • SMART Leaders II: is a flexible small-group discussion program plus involvement component for youth who have completed SMART Leaders I. SMART Girls Goal: To help 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 relationships Program: • SMART Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for female Club members ages 8 to17. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable adolescent/teen girls to develop to their full potential. SMART Girls offers a module for girls ages 8-12 years and a module for girls ages 13-17 years. Each module consists of two components: • Part One: It’s your Body examines media influences on attitudes about females, personal values in dating relationships, date violence, date rape and sexual harassment, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual myths and truths, getting regular gynecological care, and the physical and emotional changes girls experience. • Part Two: Take Care of your Body identifies ways to attain healthy eating habits, meet specific nutritional needs, develop basic cooking skills and become physically fit and active. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing how to use the health care delivery system. Date SMART Goal: To allow Club members to examine their feelings about dating and relationships, as well as encourage teens to become community advocates for relationships based on equality and mutual respect. Program: • Date SMART is for 13- to 18-year-olds and is intended to increase young people’s understanding and build the skills they need to achieve healthy relationships free of violence and abuse. Club members increase their ability to help friends and family members who may be experiencing dating, sexual or domestic violence. • The Date SMART program includes 10 fun, engaging and easy-to-use sessions: o Friendship and More o True Love o Abuse and Respect o Strong Men and Strong Women o Meeting of the Minds o What is sexual assault? o Going Out, Breaking Up and Good Communication o Speaking Up for Violence-Free Relationships o Dating Jeopardy o Celebrating New Relationships and Building Support
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-17
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Goal: • To teach Torch Club members learn to enrich their lives and the lives of others through service, leadership and by demonstrating good Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls. The program is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation. • Peer mentoring programs • Adopt-a-grandparent programs • Food and clothing drives • Community cleanups and beautification projects • Environmental awareness campaigns
Boys & Girls Club members ages 11 to 13
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: • To teach Torch Club members learn to enrich their lives and the lives of others through service, leadership and by demonstrating good Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls. The program is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation. • Peer mentoring programs • Adopt-a-grandparent programs • Food and clothing drives • Community cleanups and beautification projects • Environmental awareness campaigns
Boys & Girls Club members ages 11 to 13
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
Goal: • To teach Torch Club members learn to enrich their lives and the lives of others through service, leadership and by demonstrating good Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls. The program is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation. • Peer mentoring programs • Adopt-a-grandparent programs • Food and clothing drives • Community cleanups and beautification projects • Environmental awareness campaigns
Boys & Girls Club members ages 11 to 13
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
Goal: • To teach Torch Club members learn to enrich their lives and the lives of others through service, leadership and by demonstrating good Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls. The program is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation. • Peer mentoring programs • Adopt-a-grandparent programs • Food and clothing drives • Community cleanups and beautification projects • Environmental awareness campaigns
Boys & Girls Club members ages 11 to 13
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
Goal: • To teach Torch Club members learn to enrich their lives and the lives of others through service, leadership and by demonstrating good Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls. The program is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation. • Peer mentoring programs • Adopt-a-grandparent programs • Food and clothing drives • Community cleanups and beautification projects • Environmental awareness campaigns
Boys & Girls Club members ages 11 to 13
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm

(210) 436-0686
Goal: To improve Club members’ knowledge of healthy habits, good nutrition and physical fitness: increase the numbers of hours per day they participate in physical activities; and strengthen their ability to interact positively with others and engage in healthy relationships Program: The Triple Play experience challenges members to become healthy and active by learning new ways to eat nutritionally, manage stress, maintain physical fitness and form positive relationships with peers. • MIND: The Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience, from the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room. • BODY: This component boosts Clubs’ physical activities to a higher level by providing sports and fitness programs, activities and sports competitions for all boys and girls, whether they are athletically inclined or not. • SOUL: Club youth are able to develop and sustain positive relationships with others, acquire a healthy self-concept and a strong belief in their self-worth and cope well with positive and adverse situations.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Director Send email
(210) 434-4383
Goal: To improve Club members’ knowledge of healthy habits, good nutrition and physical fitness: increase the numbers of hours per day they participate in physical activities; and strengthen their ability to interact positively with others and engage in healthy relationships Program: The Triple Play experience challenges members to become healthy and active by learning new ways to eat nutritionally, manage stress, maintain physical fitness and form positive relationships with peers. • MIND: The Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience, from the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room. • BODY: This component boosts Clubs’ physical activities to a higher level by providing sports and fitness programs, activities and sports competitions for all boys and girls, whether they are athletically inclined or not. • SOUL: Club youth are able to develop and sustain positive relationships with others, acquire a healthy self-concept and a strong belief in their self-worth and cope well with positive and adverse situations.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
Goal: To improve Club members’ knowledge of healthy habits, good nutrition and physical fitness: increase the numbers of hours per day they participate in physical activities; and strengthen their ability to interact positively with others and engage in healthy relationships Program: The Triple Play experience challenges members to become healthy and active by learning new ways to eat nutritionally, manage stress, maintain physical fitness and form positive relationships with peers. • MIND: The Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience, from the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room. • BODY: This component boosts Clubs’ physical activities to a higher level by providing sports and fitness programs, activities and sports competitions for all boys and girls, whether they are athletically inclined or not. • SOUL: Club youth are able to develop and sustain positive relationships with others, acquire a healthy self-concept and a stro
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
Goal: To improve Club members’ knowledge of healthy habits, good nutrition and physical fitness: increase the numbers of hours per day they participate in physical activities; and strengthen their ability to interact positively with others and engage in healthy relationships Program: The Triple Play experience challenges members to become healthy and active by learning new ways to eat nutritionally, manage stress, maintain physical fitness and form positive relationships with peers. • MIND: The Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience, from the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room. • BODY: This component boosts Clubs’ physical activities to a higher level by providing sports and fitness programs, activities and sports competitions for all boys and girls, whether they are athletically inclined or not. • SOUL: Club youth are able to develop and sustain positive relationships with others, acquire a healthy self-concept and a strong belief in their self-worth and cope well with positive and adverse situations.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm

(210) 436-0686
Goal: To improve Club members’ knowledge of healthy habits, good nutrition and physical fitness: increase the numbers of hours per day they participate in physical activities; and strengthen their ability to interact positively with others and engage in healthy relationships Program: The Triple Play experience challenges members to become healthy and active by learning new ways to eat nutritionally, manage stress, maintain physical fitness and form positive relationships with peers. • MIND: The Healthy Habits program is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience, from the gym to the learning center to the arts and crafts room. • BODY: This component boosts Clubs’ physical activities to a higher level by providing sports and fitness programs, activities and sports competitions for all boys and girls, whether they are athletically inclined or not. • SOUL: Club youth are able to develop and sustain positive relationships with others, acquire a healthy self-concept and a strong belief in their self-worth and cope well with positive and adverse situations.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 6-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045
Young Achievers is an award-winning college preparatory program offered by Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio. Through weekly workshops, college visits, and a dedicated mentor program Young Achievers aims for its participants to enter high school with a complete understanding of the college admissions and financial aid process. The signature aspect of Young Achievers is its mentor program. Over a 12-week period during the spring, service-minded adults match with a student in an effort to promote their intellectual development. Specifically, the program is designed to improve students' writing skills by addressing the college essay. Participating mentors coach students through the writing process, offering tips and strategies to make the writing process more manageable. The program concludes with its annual College Essay Writing Challenge.
Middle school age Boys & Girls Clubs members
Free
David Rockett - Director Send email
(210) 559-0810
Young Achievers is an award-winning college preparatory program offered by Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio. Through weekly workshops, college visits, and a dedicated mentor program Young Achievers aims for its participants to enter high school with a complete understanding of the college admissions and financial aid process. The signature aspect of Young Achievers is its mentor program. Over a 12-week period during the spring, service-minded adults match with a student in an effort to promote their intellectual development. Specifically, the program is designed to improve students' writing skills by addressing the college essay. Participating mentors coach students through the writing process, offering tips and strategies to make the writing process more manageable. The program concludes with its annual College Essay Writing Challenge.
Middle school age Boys & Girls Clubs members
Free
David Rockett - Director Send email
(210) 559-0810
Young Achievers is an award-winning college preparatory program offered by Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio. Through weekly workshops, college visits, and a dedicated mentor program Young Achievers aims for its participants to enter high school with a complete understanding of the college admissions and financial aid process. The signature aspect of Young Achievers is its mentor program. Over a 12-week period during the spring, service-minded adults match with a student in an effort to promote their intellectual development. Specifically, the program is designed to improve students' writing skills by addressing the college essay. Participating mentors coach students through the writing process, offering tips and strategies to make the writing process more manageable. The program concludes with its annual College Essay Writing Challenge.
Middle school age Boys & Girls Clubs members
Free
David Rockett - Director Send email
(210) 559-0810
Young Achievers is an award-winning college preparatory program offered by Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio. Through weekly workshops, college visits, and a dedicated mentor program Young Achievers aims for its participants to enter high school with a complete understanding of the college admissions and financial aid process. The signature aspect of Young Achievers is its mentor program. Over a 12-week period during the spring, service-minded adults match with a student in an effort to promote their intellectual development. Specifically, the program is designed to improve students' writing skills by addressing the college essay. Participating mentors coach students through the writing process, offering tips and strategies to make the writing process more manageable. The program concludes with its annual College Essay Writing Challenge.
Middle school age Boys & Girls Clubs members
Free
David Rockett - Director Send email
(210) 559-0810
The YOY program, with Tupperware’s and the Goings Foundation’s support, will continue this excellent tradition of providing scholarship awards to Club members to pursue a post-secondary education. Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18 compete on the state, regional and national levels for YOY titles. Younger members ages 6-13 compete on the local Club level for Youth of the Month awards. State, Regional and National Finalists Scholarship Awards: Tupperware will award state winners a $1,000 scholarship and each of the five regional finalists will receive a $10,000 scholarship. The Goings Foundation will award the National YOY winner an additional scholarship worth up to $50,000, for a grand total of up to $61,000.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:30-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Branch Director Send email
(210) 336-3532
4.33 miles away, 3503 MLK Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2
The YOY program, with Tupperware’s and the Goings Foundation’s support, will continue this excellent tradition of providing scholarship awards to Club members to pursue a post-secondary education. Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18 compete on the state, regional and national levels for YOY titles. Younger members ages 6-13 compete on the local Club level for Youth of the Month awards. State, Regional and National Finalists Scholarship Awards: Tupperware will award state winners a $1,000 scholarship and each of the five regional finalists will receive a $10,000 scholarship. The Goings Foundation will award the National YOY winner an additional scholarship worth up to $50,000, for a grand total of up to $61,000.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Mark Crump - Program Manager Send email
(210) 227-2642
he YOY program, with Tupperware’s and the Goings Foundation’s support, will continue this excellent tradition of providing scholarship awards to Club members to pursue a post-secondary education. Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18 compete on the state, regional and national levels for YOY titles. Younger members ages 6-13 compete on the local Club level for Youth of the Month awards. State, Regional and National Finalists Scholarship Awards: Tupperware will award state winners a $1,000 scholarship and each of the five regional finalists will receive a $10,000 scholarship. The Goings Foundation will award the National YOY winner an additional scholarship worth up to $50,000, for a grand total of up to $61,000.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18
Free
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm
Brendalyn Morris - Director Send email
(210) 310-9656
The YOY program, with Tupperware’s and the Goings Foundation’s support, will continue this excellent tradition of providing scholarship awards to Club members to pursue a post-secondary education. Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18 compete on the state, regional and national levels for YOY titles. Younger members ages 6-13 compete on the local Club level for Youth of the Month awards. State, Regional and National Finalists Scholarship Awards: Tupperware will award state winners a $1,000 scholarship and each of the five regional finalists will receive a $10,000 scholarship. The Goings Foundation will award the National YOY winner an additional scholarship worth up to $50,000, for a grand total of up to $61,000.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18
Free
Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:00-6:00pm

(210) 436-0686
The YOY program, with Tupperware’s and the Goings Foundation’s support, will continue this excellent tradition of providing scholarship awards to Club members to pursue a post-secondary education. Program Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18 compete on the state, regional and national levels for YOY titles. Younger members ages 6-13 compete on the local Club level for Youth of the Month awards. State, Regional and National Finalists Scholarship Awards: Tupperware will award state winners a $1,000 scholarship and each of the five regional finalists will receive a $10,000 scholarship. The Goings Foundation will award the National YOY winner an additional scholarship worth up to $50,000, for a grand total of up to $61,000.
Boys & Girls Club members ages 14-18
Free
Hours of Operation Mon-Fri, 3:30-7:00pm Select Saturdays
Maria Reynolds - Branch Director Send email
(210) 431-9045