Below are the youth programs available.
Are you interested in coding or digital animation? Then you don’t want to miss CoderDojo. Kids ages 7-10 can now learn to do all of these things for free at CoderDojo! Dojos are fun spaces where children can use their imagination and creativity to learn cool new skills, and make new friends. Join The Family Life Project at Claymont Library at 10:30am. CoderDojo will be starting a fall session Saturday, March 4, 2023- May 6, 2023. ‘Registration is open.
Junior Entrepreneur Club
Does your child have a witty idea and want to show the world? We have the right opportunity for you. The Family Life Project will be launching a business club for kids in November 5, 2022 & November 19, 2022 for youth ages 9-15. Your child will be learning successful keys to starting a business that incorporates financial literacy, basic business training, and mentorship by local entrepreneurs. In addition, a Children’s Business Fair will be held on December 3, 2022. Make sure you subscribe for further details.
Dream Savers is a financial literacy program for youth ages 9-14 that will be September 10th & 24th 2022. It will conclude Saturday, October 1st, 2022. Sessions are from 12noon-1pm. Youth will learn the importance of setting goals, budgeting, and savings. This will be a 3-day training. TD Bank will be a partnering company with this program. Participants will receive free $25 to deposit in their child’s savings account.
Art Enrichment Program
We offer an Art Enrichment program for youth ages 5-7. Our mobile art instructor will come to your location to teach classes. We utilize various artistic mediums to promote positive self-expression and character development. This includes digital art, drawings, arts & crafts, and t-shirt designs. Please contact us for more information.
Get ready for a fun filled adventure with Science Explorers experiments. The Family Life Project will be offering a Family Science Night. More information to come soon.
Be the first to know of any upcoming events/programs being offered.