Building tomorrow’s leaders, innovators, and problem solvers.
The workforce landscape is undergoing drastic changes with technological innovations, the demand for new skills, and the impact of a global pandemic.
To help young people meet the workforce challenges of tomorrow, they need safe spaces, positive mentorship, and work experiences today.
That’s where Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County comes in. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County are closing the opportunity and job readiness gap by preparing youth for success in their first job and helping them develop a plan to pursue the career of their dreams.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County offers three evidence-based, culturally sensitive, and age appropriate prevention programs, Too Good for Drugs, Positive Action, and Curriculum Based Support Group to school-aged youth in a variety of settings. These programs increase critical social-emotional skills youth need in order to be their best selves now and in the future. We are also pleased to be able to offer no cost counseling services to our members through the Straight Talk program.
Contact us to learn more about our Prevention and Counseling programs.