Diplomas 2 Degrees
A college preparatory program in which Club members get the resources they need to understand key check points in the college admissions process. It focuses on goal setting and what steps need to be taken, as early as 7th grade, to obtain a post-secondary education.
Private: Positive Sprouts
With a focus on positivity in mind and body, this program aims to combat America's growing obesity epidemic. Participants learn about the importance of healthy eating and nutrition through gameplay, classroom learning and by getting their hands dirty — literally.
What are the keys to being healthy? (1) You need to eat smart. (2) You need to keep fit. (3) You need to maintain healthy relationships with your peers and adults. Put all three of these actions together, and you might call it a Triple Play recipe for success.
Young women get smart in this self-esteem building program focusing on education. Only for ages of 10 to 15, SMART Girls are encouraged to adopt healthy attitudes and make wise lifestyle decisions that will set them up for success.
The keystone of every great organization is its participants, and we're no exception. To introduce participants to civics and democracy, Club Members ages 14 to 18 elect leaders and coordinate community service projects on behalf of the organization.
Need a little homework help and focus? Never fear; the helpful homework hour is here. The Power Hour is designed to raise the academic proficiency of participants ages 6 to 12 with a comprehensive homework tutoring program.
A program where 15 middle-school members are chosen for this young leadership development group. They elect officers, organize meetings where they plan and execute service projects for the Club and community. Our members logged over 350 service hours within the last year.
Youth of the Week/Month/Year
A recognition program where each week, every member has a chance to be recognized in their age group for outstanding participation in after-school programs. A single Youth of the Year is selected to represent Jelleff in the most prestigious nation-wide competition to find that year's “Club Kid”.