32nd Avenue Jubilee Center
 

Youth Enrichment Program

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Enriching the learning experiences of children and youth directly impacts a key factor in generational poverty. Interaction with adult mentors and participation in educational and fun group activities enhance children's interest and commitment to doing well in school and staying in school. The Jubilee Center's Youth Enrichment Program focuses on the whole child, offering supervised educational support and nutritious snacks in an after school program and a half-day summer program.

 

After School Program:

  • Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 3-6pm during the school year.

  • Provides enrichment and supervision including tutoring, literacy support, and recreation for elementary, middle, and high school students.

  • Includes a computer lab for students to do research, complete homework, and improve computer skills.

  • Gives nutritious snacks provided in partnership with Food Bank of the Rockies After-School Snack Program.

 
 

Summer Education Enrichment Kamp (SEEK)

 
 

Throughout the summer, the 32nd Avenue Jubilee Center hosts a summer program to support kids year-round.

SEEK:

  • Meets June through August for nine weeks for elementary and middle school students.

  • Offers educationally focused enrichment activities including math, science, social studies, and reading; plus fun-filled field trips to the Denver Zoo and Butterfly Pavilion.

  • Includes a summer lunch program authorized by the Department of Education with nutritious meals through Food Bank of the Rockies for any child up to age 18.

 
 
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In 2018 we…

Had 1,494 visits from children ranging from 6 to 14.

Provided tutoring and homework assistance for an average of 34 students per week.

Had 46 youth participate in our SEEK program.

Provided snacks to the After-School students and breakfast and lunch to SEEK participants.

Utilized volunteers from Regis and Metropolitan State Universities, Lakewood, Arupe, Littleton and Northglenn High Schools and various churches.