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Bethel AME Church, Daughters of Sarah Allen

*Mentoring program for girls in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade to initially join the program; after joining they may continue to receive services through high school years *Various support services, leadership development, tutoring, and many social, fun activities

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Mentoring Programs, Tutoring Services, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 W Orange Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-7501

Bethel AME Church, Sons of Allen

*Mentoring African-American males (8-16) while participating in character-building activities and learning from positive role models *Goals: to improve academic achievement, instill self-determination and to transmit racial pride, knowledge of culture and history and its significance to contemporary living *Parental Empowerment and Enrichment Program assists parents in understanding youth and developing a closer, stronger relationship, and learning how to handle difficult situations

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Mentoring Programs, Parenting Skills Classes, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 W Orange Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 576-7501

Boy Scouts of America, Suwannee River Area Council

*Youth program offering indoor and outdoor activities to develop character, leadership, citizenship and community service; strives to instill principles of integrity, character, responsibility, and leadership; participants earn badges as they learn new skills *Cub Scouts: boys first grade through fifth grade (or 7-10); Boy Scout: boys fifth grade (or 11-17); Venturing: positive experiences to help young men and women who are 14-20 years of age and have completed the 8th grade; Exploring: Career education program for young men and women who are 15-20 and have completed the 8th grade *Camps offered: National Jamboree, Cub Scout Day Camp in Summer, and local troops schedule their camping trips and events; see website dates and costs *Adult Leadership Training and volunteer opportunities *$165/yr for Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing and Sea Scouting participants ($5 annual increase from National, which is less than .

Services: Camps, Scouting Programs, Volunteer Opportunities, Youth Enrichment Programs

2032 Thomasville Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 576-4146

Boys & Girls Club North Central Florida

*After school and summer programs for ages 5-18 offering arts, sports, fitness, recreation, education and career development, character and leadership development, life skills *Health education regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention *Children do not have to live in Taylor County to attend *Breakfast, lunch, and snack during summer and school breaks; snack during school year *Four locations: *Veterans Park, Perry *Teen Club, Perry *Steinhatchee Stingray Club *Shady Grove Club

Services: Boys/Girls Clubs, Extended Child Care, Youth Centers, Youth Enrichment Programs

918 N Washington St

Perry, FL 32347

(855) 364-4327

Dare To Dream Young Girls Network, Inc

*Provides enrichment for girls and teens ages 6-12 through various workshops, activities, camps, field trips, planned events, tutoring, mentoring, and educational enhancement in before and after school programs *Academics support services for elementary and middle school students including classroom-based strategies where support staff monitor student performance; school-based strategies such as learning labs; after-hours strategies providing after and before school programs for homework, study skills, and mentoring; vacation based strategies including summer camp and bridge programs; and technology assisted strategies offering digital and online learning *Fees for enrichment activities: Youth in Government Program $45 Monthly Dues; Ready to Read Girl Circles $45 Monthly; Field Trips $50 out of town and $25 in town each; Saturday Art Academy $95 for four weekly sessions; Fashion by Design $95 for six Saturday sessions; Cooking classes $35 per session Saturdays *Fees for Academic services: One-on-one tutoring $52 hourly; Full Day (Florida Virtual Academic Support Services) 9.

Services: Camps, Extended Child Care, Tutoring Services, Youth Centers, Youth Enrichment Programs

215 E. 5th Avenue

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 847-3875

Excellence Dance Studio, Inc

*Free dance programs for male and female youth, ages 3-17 *Various styles of dance: Spiritual, Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Hip-Hop and Latin, gymnastics and cheerleading help youth develop self esteem and character through a safe, fun and wholesome environment

Services: Recreational Activities/Sports, Youth Enrichment Programs

1022 N. Monroe Street

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 270-1226

FAMU, Black Male College Explorers Program

*Up to four-week residential summer prevention/intervention program for black males, grades 7-12, identified as "at-risk" or economically disadvantaged *Aims at increasing educational achievements, facilitating college entry, reducing delinquency, and increasing competency in test taking *Classes: mathematics, algebra, computer science, reading, English, science, African American studies, business, professional and personal development *Comprehensive mentoring provided along with academic instruction *Program dates are almost always first week in June through the last week in June *Will accept youth from anywhere in Florida and other states although space is limited

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Summer School Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 Orr Drive Ste C, Rm 305

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 561-2407

FAMU, Cooperative Extension Services, Resource Management

*Extension professionals provide expert level direct technical assistance and education in the following areas: 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Community Resource Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, AgDiscovery (a two-week summer outreach program in which targets diverse populations of current 8-11 (rising 9th-12th) grade students interested in animal science, veterinary medicine, and related fields) *Offers assistance for animal and natural resource farming, Family and Consumer Sciences including nutrition, financial literacy, senior living and aging, emergency preparedness and safety

Services: Consumer Education, Gardening/Landscaping Instruction, Youth Agricultural Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

1740 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Room 215

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 599-3546

Florida National Guard, Youth ChalleNGe Academy

*Program for male and female teens, age 16-18, who are behind in school credits, dropouts or expellees who have no felony convictions *5 1/2 month residential phase: Takes place in a highly disciplined and motivational environment promoting structure and academics along with leadership, health, community service, life skills, job skills, physical fitness and citizenship *Post residential phase of one year: uses learned skillls through placement in a job, further education or the military *Matched with a mentor to guide him/her through both phases *Eligibility:16-18 years old, citizen or legal resident of US, Florida resident, no felony convictions or open charges; CAN be on probation *Free of illegal drugs, physically and mentally capable of completing the program *Program start every 6 months in January and July *Space is limited; apply early

Services: Dropout Programs, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Residential Mental Health Treatment Facilities, Supervised Living for Older Youth, Youth Enrichment Programs

5629 SR 16 W, Bldg 3800

Starke, FL 32091

(904) 682-4033

FSU, CARE/Academic Retention & Enchancement

*College Reach-Out Program (CROP): summer residential program that exposes 6th to 12th grade students to college life; housed in a residence hall; introduced to the realities of campus life *Attend workshops on admissions process, financial aid and career decision-making; tours of museums and cultural sites; learn standardized test-taking strategies; take special administration of SAT *Upward Bound Program: East Gadsden High School students prepare for higher education through academic instruction, counseling, tutoring and variety of fun and educational activities *Student receives extensive after school test preparation workshops for standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, FCAT *Summer Bridge Program (SBP): alternative admission program for first-generation college students, and students with disadvantaged economic, cultural or educational circumstances; designed to help ease high school students adjustment to college life and build foundation for academic success *Students required to apply for financial aid; may have 100% of their need for summer term met from non-loan sources *Students who do not qualify for financial aid may participate in program at regular summer-term rates on limited, first come, first-served basis *Advantages: living in campus housing with other participants, orientation to campus and other requirements, placement tests if needed *FSU staff and upperclassmen: advisors and mentors to students during program

Services: College/University Entrance Support, Mentoring Programs, Summer School Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

109 Collegiate Loop

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-9699

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