Child & Youth Services Teen Center

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Child & Youth Services Teen Center

The Teen Center

The Namo Weto Youth Center provides developmentally appropriate programs for students in 7th—12th grade.

Programming and activities support the Army’s Five Service Areas:

  • Sports, Fitness & Recreation

  • Health, Wellness & Life Skills

  • Educational Support & Career Development

  • Character & Leadership Development

  • The Arts

Our goal is to provide a fun-filled atmosphere that helps youth become prepared for the future by providing activities which foster:

  • Positive self identity

  • Educational, technological, employment, social and emotional competence

  • Community and civic involvement

  • Cultural experiences

  • Health and well being

  • A strong moral compass

Boys & Girls Club of America

The Youth Center provides opportunities with the local Boys and Girls Club of America.  Our two BGCA leadership clubs are the Torch Club for middle schoolers, and Keystone Club for high school participants.

Keystone is a unique leadership development experience that provides opportunities for teens in 9th-12th Grade. Youth participate in a variety of activities in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation, and community service.

Torch Club is a leadership club that promotes character development through leadership and services activities for students in 7th-8th Grade.

4H Club Programs

4H Clubs are offered throughout the year and include a variety of clubs such as Photography, Money Management, Citizenship and many more!

Pacific Teen Panel (PTP)

The Pacific Teen Panel (PTP) connects teens throughout the Pacific to foster leadership growth and address teen issues and concerns at the installation. PTP provides leadership and collaborative partnership experiences and assists youth with the development of their personal skills. Candidates apply each fall and interview as part of the selection process for PTP. It is a great honor to be selected to represent your garrison’s youth and the Pacific Region!

Click here to learn how to register.