YMCA of Dane County Youth Centers

Available to Middle-School students free of charge, the center provide a safe, supervised place every day after school, during a critical time when most at-risk behaviors occur.

YMCA staff provide the leadership, program the day to day activities, as well as oversee the operations, providing learning and growth opportunities for 6th, 7th, and 8ty graders.

Youth in Government and Leaders Club helps teen develop leadership skills and an thic of service through volunteer activities.

Youth Centers are currently in Cambridge, Stoughton, Middleton, Sun Prairie, McFarland, and Madison.
(Click on the Youth Centers for brochure pdf)

Youth Center:

Social Activities:
Pool tables, nintendo, sega, pingpong, foosball and basketball.
Volunteer Opportunities:
Community service, cross-age mentoring and leadership training, youth service day, and positive youth involvement week.
Educational Assistance: Computers, tutoring, montoring, technology club and interactive games.
Special Events: Dances, birthday parties, girls night out, other community events.
Number of Attendant: About 25 a participants a day / 250 total

Youth Center Partners:
Madison Community Foundation, United Way, Goodman Fund, Dane County, City of Middleton, Jaycees, Prairie Athletic, Cremer Foundation, City of Sun Prairie, Optimist Club, Village of Cambridge, Cambridge State Bank, Town of Christiana, Kids Fund, Amundson Foundation, City of Stoughton, Town of Pleasant Springs, Town of Dunn, Lions Club, Family Preservation, and Rotary.