Children & Youth After School

Children & Youth After School

Below is a list of programs in which Eastern students have the opportunity to learn from and contribute to the education and well-being of local youth ages 4 to 18.

You can register for each program here or contact us to set up a meeting with one of our staff. We can help you decide which program is right for you.

Elementary Schools

North Windham Elementary After School Program (Register Here)

Monday-Friday 4:00-5:30: Volunteers at North Windham will assist with   homework, arts and crafts, and recreational activities. **Mondays and Thursdays are full. Friday volunteers must have their own transportation.**

Kids, Books, & Athletics at North Windham Elementary School (Register Here)

Monday 4:30-5:30: In the Kids Books and Athletics program, college students read interactively with elementary school children to promote literacy. In addition, college students lead structured physical activities to promote physical health .

Windham Center Elementary After School Program (Register Here)

Monday-Thursday 4:00-5:30: Volunteers at Windham Center will assist with homework, arts and crafts, play time and will have the opportunity to develop and implement lesson plans for the after-school program.

Natchaug Elementary After School Program (Register Here)

Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday  4:00-5:30: Volunteers will assist with homework. The volunteers will work as a team in order to develop and implement academic and recreational activities appropriate to the participants’ school level.

Sweeney Elementary After School Program (Register Here)

Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday 3:30-5:00: Sweeney volunteers would assist with homework, arts and crafts. Volunteers may also play an active role in planning weekly enrichment activities and special events such Parent’s Nights and annual Talent Show.

Charles H. Barrows STEM Magnet After School Program (Register Here)

Monday-Thursday 3:30-5:00: Volunteers at the new Barrows STEM Magnet School will assist with homework, arts and crafts, play time and will have the opportunity to develop and implement lesson plans for the after school program.

Middle Schools

Cameo Club (Register Here)

Mondays & Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pm: Cameo Club is a resident’s only after school program located in the community center of a housing property in Willimantic, CT called Village Heights. The children that participate in this program are generally between the ages of 7 and 12. This is an at risk population based on the economic, educational and social disparities experienced by marginalized populations.  Many of these children perform at low literacy rates and are in need of help with homework, health education, self-esteem building and physical activity. This program aims to engage and educate the youth population at Village Heights by giving them a safe and encouraging environment to learn and play. Specifically we are promoting awareness of healthy eating, hygiene and exercise so that the children will be better able to grow and develop with the resources they have available.

Windham Middle School After School Program (Register Here)

Monday- Thursday 3:15-5:15: Volunteers assist program coordinators and directly assist middle school participants with homework and recreational activities.

Puentes al Futuro /Bridges to the Future (Register Here)

Monday-Thursday 3:15-5:30: This program provides middle school students an opportunity to strengthen their English learning language skills as well as have fun while doing a wide range of activities such as journal making, dancing, poetry, and cooking after school. Eastern students act in a tutor and mentor capacity to build self-confidence among the children.

Windham High School

The Sister to Sister Mentor Program (Registration is Closed)

Thursday, 2:30-4:30pm: The Sister to Sister Mentor Program at Windham High School is an after-school program where college female students develop and implement group activities for high school female students. Activities are geared to support self-esteem, academic achievement and the empowerment and leadership of young women.

Brother to Brother Mentor Program (Register Here)

Wednesday, 2:30-4:30pm: In this after-school program, male college students develop and implement group activities for male high school students.

Journey House

Journey House at Natchaug Hospital is the primary provider of a regional system care for adolescent females with behavioral challenges, substance abuse problems and young women who are enrolled under the Connection Probation Program. Eastern volunteers (females and males) provide innovative activities for the high school females residing in the facility.

Transportation by ECSU is required for this location. No personal cars are permitted for security purposes. Transportation will leave the CCE House at 3:30pm and return by 5:00pm.

Wednesdays 3:30-5:00pm: (Register Here)

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