Helping Youth Thrive In and Out of School
Camp Fire Out-of-School-Time programs provide youth with so much more than simply a place to go before and after school while parents work. When Camp Fire partners with your school, students have the opportunity to work with trained, caring adults who can help them with their school work, teach them about health and wellness, keep them active, engage them in community service projects, or provide mentoring regarding challenges youth face today. Our programs are uniquely focused to help youth thrive.
We may call them “afterschool” programs, but in most cases, Camp Fire partners with communities and schools to deliver both before and after school programs. Our programs are uniquely structured to support a youth’s education and help them become leaders in their daily lives.
School Day Programs
With select schools, Camp Fire delivers programs during the school day. Our trained staff works directly with teachers to integrate our programs into their lesson plan and complement the day’s activities.
Camp Fire Club Programs
Some Camp Fire councils do offer a traditional club program. These programs pair a trained, volunteer leader with a group of youth who work on Camp Fire curricula and programs during the out-of-school-time hours. In addition, Camp Fire Clubs typically go on field trips, undertake service projects and do a variety of activities. Here’s a handy chart about Discovery recognition, Starflight recognition, and Adventure recognition!
Camp Fire Out-of-School-Time Programs in Your Area
Although Camp Fire is providing Out-of-School-Time programming to many schools, we are not working with every school. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or would like Camp Fire to contact your school.