The Oregon Youth Center (OYC) is currently seeking a responsible, creative, and enthusiastic individual to fill our Youth Center Program Assistant position.
COVID-19 precautions – Wear a mask, social distance, wash hands. We are limited to 15 people in building due to Public Health Dane County Madison mandates.
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 1 pm – 2 pm
Need a space to work outside your home? Looking for a quiet work space or a group work space? Need WiFi? Or just a snack? Join us for Internet Cafe.
Monday – Friday from 2 pm – 4 pm
Gaming fun! Video games, board games, and more! Snacks are always available!
Boss Girls: An Entrepreneurial Experience
Wednesdays (Starting October 28th) from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
“Boss Girls” is a partnership with the Girls Scouts to learn how to be an entrepreneur. This weekly series will lead up to opportunities for the students to sale the products they will create over the course of the program. Products include DIY soap, candles and jewelry making.
Open to anyone who identifies as a girl. Free. A signed permission slip is required to participate. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org today for a permission slip OR stop by OYC as of Monday to pick one up in person.
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 1 pm -2 pm
Clubs – Art, Cooking & Fun & Fitness will be posted weekly on designated days on our social media plat forms – YouTube,
- Art Club – Mondays by 6 pm
- Cooking Club – Wednesdays by 6 pm
- Fun & Fitness – Fridays by Noon
Hate Has No Place at OYC
The mission of Oregon Youth Center is guiding, empowering, engaging, and inspiring youth in the Oregon School District. Since 2014 we have worked toward ensuring a safe, inclusive space for all youth and families, and strive to take that into the community. We also recognize the work that is to be done so that every human claims an equal and right place in our community. It is the goal of Oregon Youth Center to educate and advocate for our youth, which we know requires educating ourselves as well.
Hate has no place at OYC. We expect each participant to be treated as the equal, valued member of society that they are. We will continue to work with other community organizations and businesses, as well as the school district, to promote equality across the board. While we are in the process of adjusting overall policies, we will be looking again at our discipline to ensure transparency and equity, and do our best to uphold those principals. We have also recently updated our training expectations and procedures to include additional information for all staff, and will continue to find ways to support their growth.
Oregon Youth Center has grown on a foundation of transparency, and will continue to do so. Should any community member have a question, concern, or recommendation, please know we are open and encourage them. We can not heal and grow without trust and communication. We look forward to supporting all youth, regardless of race, gender identification, or income.
We do believe that Black Lives Matter, and look forward to growing with the community to make that clear.