BGCA is pleased to offer no-cost educational support as part of Raise The Grade. Our Youth Coach is available to help youth aged 14 – 18 with homework, study skills, test preparation, and more. Online school can be a challenge – we’re here to help! Tutoring services are available virtually or in-person. To learn more, or to set up an appointment, contact youth coach Camryn at [email protected].
Whether it’s a winning resume, help with a cover letter or a place to practice job interview questions, Raise The Grade is here to support job seekers ages 14-18 as they seek to break in to the working world. This free service is available virtually or in-person. If you’re ready to get to work, contact BGCA youth coach Camryn McCabe at [email protected].
With the support of the Raise the Grade Youth Fund, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada delivers a multi-faceted education program called Raise the Grade, aimed at increasing academic skills, high school graduation rates and access to post-secondary education for at-risk youth from a select group of Boys and Girls Clubs across the country.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Airdrie is pleased and proud to be part of Raise the Grade. The program gives youth the tools and opportunities to excel in school and go on to become successful and independent. Young people can explore their personal interests and connect with mentors, tutors and friends while enhancing their digital literacy through this after-school program.
Our Raise the Grade technology centre provides a designated space with access to high-speed Internet and up-to-date computers in order to support learning. A positive, collaborative environment helps youth feel comfortable and engaged and is reserved for Raise the Grade participants at specific times during the week. Outside of the program hours, the Raise the Grade technology centre is open to all Club members.
For additional information, please visit Raise the Grade.