The Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs serves boys and girls ages 6 – 18 with an emphasis on gender inclusion, family involvement and teen outreach.
What We Give Young People
The Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs is committed to developing the self-esteem in our community’s youth by instilling sense of:
Competence—The Club exposes youth to unique experiences and programs to build their self-esteem and to develop new skills.
Belonging—The Club offers a safe setting where youth of all backgrounds are accepted and nurtured by professionally trained staff and volunteers and where peers are taught to respect and value differences.
Influence—The Club encourages youth to be heard and to influence decisions, developing leadership skills that they will take with them long after their Club experience ends.
Usefulness—The Club offers and encourages youth to participate in opportunities to help others.
The programs of the Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs designed to develop character and life-enhancing skills. When youth leave the Clubs at age 18, they will have:
- A positive self-identity
- Scholastic, career, social, emotional and cultural competencies
- A desire to remain involved in their community
- Health and well-being
- A high moral compass.