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Ages 5-18: Youth development programs are open to youth ages 5-18 to learn the life-skills of responsibility, respect, decision-making, safety, & fun. Summit County 4-H offers over 20 different club projects taught by volunteer adult leaders using CSU curriculum focused on life skill development.
Projects range from horses, woodworking, rocketry, arts & crafts, sewing, gardening, leathercraft, dog training, fly fishing, ceramics, cake decorating, fun with foods, archery, hiking, biking and more.
For more information please visit: Summit County 4-H
Financial Aid Offered: Yes
Transportation Provided: NoContact Name:Kathy KralikEmail:email@example.comPhone:(970) 668-4142website:www.co.summit.co.us/4-HPhysical Address:37 County Rd. 1005 Frisco, CO 80443Mailing Address:P.O. Box 5660 Frisco, CO 80443Target Group:Youth ages 5 -18Other:The 4-H Enrollment Form is available on the 4-H website (see above).
Boys, grades 1-12: Boy Scouts is for boys in grades 6-12.Cub Scouts is for boys in grades 1-5. The Boy Scouts' goal is to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development and self-reliance through a wide range of outside activities and programs.
For more information please visit: Boy Scouts
Financial Aid Offered: Unknown
Transportation Provided: No, but car pools can be arrangedContact Name:Kendal or Tryo Vaille (Cub Scouts) and Deb or Darin Rohlf (Boy Scouts)Email:SummitVaille@gmail.com or DebRohlf@gmail.comPhone:Vaille (970) 513-1876, Rohlf (970) 389-1710website:http://www.wccbsa.org/Target Group:Boys, grades 1 through 12.
Our Vision: Finding our rescued horses successful partnerships with new owners, through caring youth and adult volunteers plus horsemanship education.
Mission: We are a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing shelter, care, rehabilitation, and adoption services for abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted horses. FVHR is committed to reducing the number of unwanted horses by providing community resources through equine education, information and referral services.Contact Name:Kimberly KissmannEmail:FarViewHorseRescue@comcast.netPhone:(970) 376-2103website:www.FarViewHorseRescue.comPhysical Address:Summers - Breckenridge Equestrian Center All months - 75 Wooley Wolm Lane, Fairplay, CO 80440Hours of Operation:Friday & Saturdays 9:00 - 1:00 pm ... and lots of other hours!Target Group:Everyone!Accepted Payment:No fee
Ages 5-12: The Frisco Fun Club is an exciting and adventurous way for children ages 5 - 12 to spend the summer. Enjoy week long themed activities that offer educational sessions and activities Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., running June 4th through August 17th.
Fun Club is a state licensed day camp program offering experienced camp counselors, low child/counselor ratios, and access to the great recreation amenities provided by the Town of Frisco!
For more information please visit: FRISCO FUN CLUB
Financial Aid Offered: Additional Child Discount/CCAP
Transportation Provided: NoContact Name:Lindsey KachEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(970) 668-9133website:www.townoffrisco.com/activities/recreation-programs/wintervacationsensation/frisco-fun-clubPhysical Address:Frisco Peninsula Area Day Lodge (621 Recreation Way, Frisco)Target Group:Children, ages 5-12
Are you between the ages of 16-21? Do you have goals that you need help to achieve? Are you looking for a career path? Do you need a little extra help getting a job or succeeding in school? Workforce Investment Act Programs (WIA) may be what you are looking for!!!
WIA is an eligibility-based program designed to help young people 16-21, who are economically disadvantaged and have barriers to employment. Participants must be both eligible and suitable for the program. Enrollment in the program entails a long term commitment both on the part of the Workforce Center and the Participant. The goal is to help our Youth to develop into contributing, self-sufficient adults. The Youth Program provides a variety of services to help youth reach personal, employment, or educational goals.
Youth Activities May Include:
*Pre-Employment Training (applications, resume, interviewing) and workshops
*Work-readiness preparation such as work ethics and employer expectations
*Basic Skills Training (including GED)
*Occupational Skills Training (Classroom Training Scholarships and On-The-Job Training Opportunities)
*Career planning such as interest assessments, vocational plan development
*Supportive resources and referrals to other services
Whether you just need a few job-hunting tips, or you would like to get personal, goal-oriented support, they will work with you to identify the activities and resources that will be most appropriate for your individual needs and goals!
You can also register to look for work on our web site of www.connectingcolorado.com
Achieve Success!Contact Name:Jill SealEmail:Jill.Seal@state.co.usPhone:(970) 668-5360 x28website:www.connectingcolorado.comPhysical Address:602 Galena Street Frisco, CO 80443 Between Main Street & 6th StreetHours of Operation:Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed from noon-1:00pm.
Girls, grades K-5: The Girl Scouts' goal is to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self reliance through participation in a wide range of outside activities and programs.
- Daisies - grades K-1st
- Brownies - grades 2nd - 3rd
- Juniors - grades 4th - 5th
For more information please visit: Girl Scouts of Colorado
Financial Aid Offered: Yes, $15 yearly membership fee may be waived.
Transportation Provided: No, however, carpools may be arranged.Contact Name:Cricket (Kristin) HawkinsEmail:email@example.comPhone:(970) 379-9059website:http://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/Mailing Address:P.O. Box 2018 Leadville, CO 80461Target Group:Girls, grades K - 5Other:Adult volunteers: Be the role model she'll always remember!
Youth all ages: High Country Soccer Association is a community-based, nonprofit, soccer organization dedicated to providing quality competitive and recreational soccer experiences to all ages of Summit County residents and adjacent mountain communities.
For more information please visit: High Country Soccer
Financial Aid Offered: Yes, if requested
Transportation Provided: NoContact Name:Amanda WandtkeEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(970) 423-6283website:www.eteamz.com/highcountrysoccer/index.cfmPhysical Address:619 Main St., Suite 3C Frisco, CO 80443Mailing Address:PO Box 1996 Silverthorne, CO 80498Target Group:Ages 4 - adult
Ages 5-18: Keystone Science School is a residential field science school that challenges students to develop critical thinking skills as they explore nature and science education. Making extensive use of the outdoor laboratory around us, we promote scientific inquiry and cultivate sensitivity to the natural environment.
For more information please visit: Keystone Science School
Financial Aid Offered: Yes
Transportation Provided: Yes, a shuttle is available at Farmer's Corner (by Summit High School) for summer camps.Contact Name:Lisa ThatcherEmail:LThatcher@keystonescienceschool.orgPhone:(970) 496-2098website:www.keystonescienceschool.orgPhysical Address:1053 Soda Ridge Road Keystone, CO 80435Mailing Address:1053 Soada Ridge Road Keystone, CO 80435Eligibility Requirements:Target Group:Youth ages 5 - 18
A well-established, community-based mentoring program that matches caring adult volunteers with youth ages 6 to 16. Mountain Mentors' mission is "to positively influence the youth of Summit County to lead healthy lifestyles, through a consistent one-on-one relationship with an adult."Email:email@example.comPhone:970-668-9184Physical Address:360 Peak One Drive, Suite 230, Frisco, CO 80443Mailing Address:P.O. Box 4326, Frisco, CO 80443-4326Languages Served:English, Spanish
Ages 12 and under: The Mountain Top Children's Museum, Inc. is an educational institution that promotes informal learning through interactive exhibits and programs, imaginative play and engagement in active experiences for children ages 12 and under and their families/caregivers.
Day camps and summer camps are available. A 12-week summer program packed full of projects, art antics, and crazy experiments is offered. Come explore nature, create from loose parts, and use your noodle to figure things out. Each camp week is based on an exciting theme that offers children opportunities to be creative,inquisitive, and adventurous.
For more information please visit: Mountain Top Museum
Financial Aid Offered: Yes, for summer programs
Transportation Provided: NoContact Name:Laura Horvath, Executive DirectorEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(970) 453-7878website:www.mtntopmuseum.orgPhysical Address:605 South Park Ave. Breckenridge, CO 80424Mailing Address:PO Box 4359 Breckenridge, CO 80424Target Group:Children ages 12 and under