Some of our Programs include:
An educational enhancement program that combines homework help and educational activities daily during the school year. This increases member motivation to learn, improves grades and provides them with a better opportunity to graduate from high school and attend post-secondary institutions.
A daily program designed to help members of all ages be more successful in school by providing homework help and tutoring while encouraging members to become self-directed learners.
Programs that encourage artistic expression through drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, mixed media and sculpture.
Encourages Club members ages 13-18 to assess their skills and interests, explore careers, make sound educational decisions and prepare to join our nation’s ever-changing work force.
A group discussion and preparatory class to help high school students prepare themselves for college. Campus tours and assistance with college registrations are also a feature of this program.
This program is designed to help members focus on career exploration while developing job skills including resume building, interview techniques, etc.
A leadership/service club for members age 14-18.
PASSPORT TO MANHOOD
A program that promotes and teaches responsibility while reinforcing positive behavior in male members ages 13-18. Members will participate in single and multi gender interactive sessions that will guide them towards personal growth achievement.
DANCE PROGRAM, DANCE CAMPS
Enables members to participate in Dance programs. They perform in the Kenosha Community on a regular basis.
A talent show in which members dance, read poetry and sing for family members and friends.
TEEN EDUCATION ACTIVITIES
Teens engage in at least three education based activities per month.
A youth leadership and service club for members ages 10-13.
Empowering youth to eat right as a generation-changing, life enhancing program goal and Triple Play’s nutrition component called Healthy Habits, covers the power of choice, calories, vitamins and minerals, the food pyramid and appropriate portion size.
Promotes financial responsibility and independence among Club members ages 13-18 by building their basic money management skills. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, budget, save and invest. They also learn about starting small businesses and paying for college.
This program exposes members to a wide variety of sports from basketball to soccer to flag football to baseball and many others.
SKILL TECH I
A program in which members can learn the basics of a computer from the keyboard to disc drives to using Microsoft Word.
SKILL TECH II
Focuses on developing specific, age appropriate technology skills with an emphasis on computer hardware, networking and the internet. It teaches advanced yet practical computer skills to Club members ages 6 to 18.
This program is head to head computer games where members ages 9 to 17 challenge each other to a game.
This is a program where members ages 12-18 learn how to make web pages through Front Page and learning basic HTML commands. They also learn to put images on their page using a digital camera and other tools.
Members ages 11-18 will learn how to use a digital camera, 35mm camera and disposable cameras for the purposes of creating planned photos.
Members ages 11-18 will learn all the aspects about writing a screenplay and creating their own movies using many features of video productions with a digital camcorder.
NET SMARTZ I & II
Members use the internet to find information using a guided worksheet or topic to teach Internet safety and the dos and don’ts of surfing the net.
YOUTH OF THE YEAR
BGCA’s premier youth recognition program for Club members. All members can benefit from participation in this program, which promotes and celebrates service to Club, community and family, academic performance, moral character, life goals, poise and public speaking ability. The Youth of the Year program is most effective when used as a year round tool for fostering young people’s character, personal growth and leadership qualities. Local Clubs select a Youth of the Year who then participates in state competition.