A Safe Haven For Youth
Immigrant youth often find themselves adrift and alone in a new culture. PCDC’s DHS-funded Teen Club program challenges youth to aspire towards excellence, become leaders and establish their own cultural identity. The program offers SAT prep classes and homework help three days a week, bilingual instructors, college visits, regular community service opportunities, and weekly sports nights. It is a safe haven where youth feel comfortable asking questions and making friends. Our network of Teen Club alumni provides Asian American youth mentorship in diverse fields of interest.
2016 After School Programs
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Comprehensive Teen Club calendar here: http://goo.gl/efZgvj
Sports Nights Wednesdays, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM, Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church and School (915 Vine Street). Instructor: Wei Chen.
Gym offers space and equipment to play basketball and badminton.
SAT Reading and Writing Class Mondays 4:15 PM – 6:15 PM, PCDC (901 Wood Street). Instructor: Phoebe Ho
SAT Reading and Writing class. Pre-registration not required; walk-ins welcome; materials and snacks provided.
SAT Math Tuesdays 4:15 PM – 6:15 PM, PCDC (901 Wood Street). Instructor: JingJing Zheng.
SAT Math class. Pre-registration not required; walk-ins welcome; materials and snacks provided.
College Workshop Wednesdays 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM, PCDC (901 Wood Street). Instructor: Stephanie Wang.
Bring your college essays and any questions you may have about the college process from applying to financial aid. Every first Wednesday, we host a special focus pre-college workshop (see calendar for details).
Free Practice SAT Last Saturday of each month except December, 9:00 AM – 1:10 PM, (901 Wood Street). Proctor: Ailin Cao.
Questions about the Teen Club? Email Ailin Cao at firstname.lastname@example.org