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Youth Programs at the Y

by Somerset County and Plainfield YMCA | Oct 30, 2019
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At the Y, we help kids build self-esteem and confidence to explore new interests and passions. Our youth programs work to help children grow in spirit, mind and body while providing them with a safe, supportive and wholesome environment that encourages teamwork and camaraderie.

We offer a variety of after-school programs such as sports, martial arts, dance and civic engagement for young children and teens. After-school programs help children thrive and establish positive relationships with their peers. Interacting with others helps kids to hone their communications skills while making new friends and having fun.

View our programming online with your child. We have so many options available at our branches, including Model U.N. for kids who have an interest in government and current affairs, sports and dance for those who enjoy movement and team work, and art and music for youngsters who thrive on using their creative minds.

After-school programs help encourage the future leaders of the world. They provide an array of leadership opportunities and offer a productive and healthy alternative to risky behaviors. These kinds of programs are designed to not only provide enriching experiences for kids, but also help to establish positivity in their lives.

Parents who bring their children to the Y can be assured that they are left in a safe and nurturing environment. All employees are background verified, and children are supervised at all times.

At the Y, our cause is to strengthen community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.



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