This summer, Girls Exclusive is being offered at the YWCA Standish House at 20 South Sixth Street, from July 6th to August 14th, 2020.
- Click here to view the 2020 Flyer!
- $100/week – pay by which week(s) your child is interested in
- Max Capacity of 10 girls per week due to COVID-10 restrictions
- This program is not licensed by EEC or any other state agency
- Click here to register ONLINE!
- Click here to download the registration packet to scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to YWCA, 20 South Sixth Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
Girls Exclusive is a quality afterschool & summer program for girls ages 10-14 in Southeastern Massachusetts. The goal of the program is to empower girls by cultivating academic, social, and emotional learning skills such as teamwork, empathy, responsibility, initiative, and problem solving.
Activities include: computer coding, health and wellness, racial justice, financial literacy & entrepreneurship, women’s history, leadership development, healthy relationships, and more!
During the school year, Girls Exclusive is offered at the following locations:
- Mondays and Wednesdays – Keith Middle School, New Bedford
- Tuesdays and Thursdays – Girls Design Academy at Christian Fellowship Church, New Bedford
- Tuesdays – Doran Elementary School, Fall River
Interested in learning more? Call us at (508) 999-3255 or email GE@ywcasema.org
Funded in part by the City of New Bedford’s Invest in Kids Program, United Way Summer Fund, Agnes M. Lindsay Trust, CHT Foundation, the New Bedford Cultural Council, Helides STEM Education Fund, the Hellen E. Ellis Charitable Trust, the Cordeiro Foundation, and the Fall River Women’s Union.
YWkids School Age Program
YWkids is an EEC licensed after school and summer program for children in grades K-6. YWkids School Age Program is designed to offer educational experiences in a structured environment. We provide and construct hands on, theme based activities in subjects such as art, physical education, science, literature and other areas. We lead the children through the discovery process as individuals, partners, and as members of a group.
BENEFITS OF YWCA CHILDCARE INCLUDE:
- EEC Licensed Program
- Quality childcare for over 25 years
- Income eligible slots & PACE voucher slots
- Private pay rates of $19.55 afterschool / $39.55 full day
- Transportation available for an additional fee
- Educational, creative activities, and field trips
- Healthy, balanced snacks
- Attractive, brand-new classrooms & diverse curriculum
- Care is provided by qualified, caring, experienced staff
Contact Andrea Davidson at (508) 999-3255 or email@example.com and see what the YW has to offer your child and your family!
Mayor’s Youth Council
The City of New Bedford-Mayor’s Youth Council (MYC) was created to be the eyes and ears of city youth in an advisory capacity to the mayor and city government. The Council assists city officials in the development of community projects from a youth’s perspective.
Members attend city council, school committee, and youth and neighborhood subcommittee meetings, and report back to the full council, increasing their knowledge and awareness of issues addressed. The MYC is made up of 25 youth entering 9th grade through 12th grade. Youth self-nominate through an application process and are then invited to interview for open positions.
Funded by the City of New Bedford’s Invest in Kids Program.
Youth Police Dialogues is a program that provides a safe way for young people and police officers to come together, speak quietly, and build trust. Broken trust between police and residents decreases community safety and can have devastating consequences. Despite a shared goal of safer neighborhoods, improving police community relations remains challenging, particularly for communities of color that have suffered consequences of this mistrust for generations.
Youth/Police Dialogues engages young people ages 13-20 and police support them to be invested and active change agents in their community for the long term. Over the course of six dialogue sessions, trained facilities lead a group of youth and police officers in voicing and addressing negative experiences and stereotypes and exploring how youth-police relationships affect community safety.
Funded by the Island Foundation and United Way of Greater New Bedford.