This winter we are hosting a Youth Resource Fair for age 14-21 on Saturday, December 7th at the Smilow Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club. About this Event YouthForce serves over 400 under served teens throughout King County each year through paid internships at unique companies and a career readiness program. This winter we are hosting a Youth Resource Fair for individuals age 14-21 on Saturday, December 7th at the Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club from 11:00-1:00 PM.
Let's make financial literacy fun and relevant to teens!
"I have been a Boys & Girls Clubs supporter for just over 5 years now and it has been one of the most satisfying and rewarding parts of being a general manager for Buffalo Wild Wings."
Federal Way Breakfast for Kids Recap On September 17, Federal Way community leaders attended a breakfast at the Ron Sandwith Teen Center to celebrate and raise support for young people in Federal Way. At the event, we heard from our new CEO Laurie Black, 2018 Federal Way Youth of the Year winner Jaylen, and NHL Seattle's president Tod Leiweke as this year's keynote speaker. What's even more exciting is that attendees helped raise $40,500 for Club kids and teens in
Youth of the Quarter is a wonderful opportunity to recognize outstanding Club teens and come together for a night of good food and community building.
Before & After School Program The goal of our before and after school programs is to meet the needs of the working parent while addressing the interests of their children. Our trained staff works daily to provide a quality program designed to promote academic success, good character and citizenship as well as healthy lifestyles. Our program strives to accommodate the needs of today's diverse families and offers a trained staff, safe and fun environment, homework time and planned activity options.
The Work, Learn, & Earn Summer Learning Program at the Smilow Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club (SRV) focuses on supporting youth of color to build financial and leadership skills.
Teen members from our Ballard and Wallingford Clubs recap their experience at the National Keystone Conference in Orlando, Florida, where they gained skills in and bonded over community service with groups across the country.
This summer, in partnership with Coyote Central, middle school Club members at our Smilow Rainier Vista Club learned how to cook healthy and delicious food in a six-week cooking program.
To teach kids about healthy and sustainable living, several of our Clubs have gardens where kids grow food that they can prepare and eat. Get a peek behind the blackberry bush into gardening programs at four of our Clubs!