Local Community Programs
The Ministry recognizes that each community and group of participants that can be addressed in the after school environment.
The following are a few examples of what a community may consider program:
• Providing additional time for physical activity, healthy eating health and wellness education.
• Academic assistance: either direct homework help or related performance such as reading skills, numeracy activities, problem
• Arts and cultural activities: variety of creative activities that painting, knitting, beading, singing, drumming, cultural activities,
• Programs promoting cultural knowledge, diversity, inclusion,
• Hands-on/experiential learning activities such as Lego building, waterfront, a bird-watching hike, drum-making, helping seniors
• Free play time
As part of the “Strategic Local Community Programs” there should be a focus on the after school program. Teens need to feel that they are meaningfully program is flexible and voluntary, while at the same time, providing involved as leaders in determining their activities and focusing on the topics need to be relevant and viewed as directly applicable to their ideas may include:
• Career boost: resume building, job interview skills, a guest workplace safety instruction, and special help with understanding including their rights when it comes to getting paid, time off standards;
• Parenting and babysitting course;
• Leadership skills – confidence boosting and learning the skills manage themselves and others. Some participants may their leadership skills by taking on responsibilities for younger under program supervision, in the after school program;
• Financial management skills: some financial institutions have specifically developed for youth to teach them the fundamentals cash and how to manage their money;
• Youth justice; and
• Civic engagement.
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