Bryant Youth Association

Great Futures Start Here!!

aka Boys & Girls Clubs of Bryant   |   BRYANT, AR   |  https://bryantbgc.org/

Mission

OUR MISSION To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Ruling year info

2002

CEO

Suzanne Passmore

Main address

PO BOX 129

BRYANT, AR 72089 USA

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EIN

94-3417100

NTEE code info

Youth Centers, Clubs, (includes Boys/Girls Clubs)- Multipurpose (O20)

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Our programs

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SMART Girls

SMART Girls is one of Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s top programs. It is taught year-round at Clubs across the country, reaching nearly 90,000 girls ages 8 to 18. Its targeted curriculum ensures girls get the right information and the right support at the right time.

Population(s) Served

Passport to Manhood encourages boys age 8 to 14 to develop and mature into young men.

Passport to Manhood represents a targeted effort to engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior. Each participant receives a “passport” to underscore the notion that he is on a personal journey of maturation and growth. Each of the program’s 14 sessions use interactive activities to focus on a specific aspect of character and manhood. It also includes a service project where boys learn the importance of giving back to the community.

Population(s) Served

Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul is BGCA’s proven health and wellness program co-sponsored by the Anthem Foundation and founding partner The Coca-Cola Company. Since launching in 2005, Triple Play has made more than 14.4 million connections with kids and teens, promoting the importance of physical activity and proper nutrition through the program’s three components: mind, body and soul.

Population(s) Served

Summer Brain Gain helps prevent youth from falling behind and losing academic skills while school is out.
It is comprised of one-week modules with fun, themed activities for elementary school, middle school and high school students that are aligned with common core anchor standards. Supported by Disney, each module takes a project-based learning approach: youth engage in a process of learning through discovery, creative expression, group work and a final project or production. As a result, kids develop higher-order thinking skills through the Summer Brain Gain modules while staying on track for the coming school year.

In addition, with support from Staples, BGCA introduced Summer Brain Gain: Read!, a literacy program that complements the larger Summer Brain Gain curriculum. To improve the reading skills of America's youth, Summer Brain Gain: Read! is a summer reading program with a new book presented each week per age group, along with supporting activities that bring the book to life

Population(s) Served

Project Learn reinforces the academic enrichment and school engagement of young people during the time they spend at the Club.

Students do much better in school when they spend their non-school hours engaged in fun, but academically beneficial, activities. Through Project Learn, Club staff use all the areas and programs in the Club to create opportunities for these high-yield learning activities, including leisure reading, writing activities, discussions with knowledgeable adults, helping others, homework help, tutoring and games that develop young people’s cognitive skills. Project Learn also emphasizes parent involvement as well as collaboration between Club and school professionals.

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Children and youth
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Bryant Youth Association

Board of directors
as of 03/16/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Heather McKim