Real Life is an after school program which provides academic tutoring by certified teachers and career-focused activities designed to provide students a richer understanding of the demands and rewards of a variety of careers.
The Teen Advisory Group (TAG)
Comprised of 10-12 members at each school to function as a unit for promoting Teen Center daily activities. They’re focus and goal is making the Teen Center the best place to be every day and increasing membership at the High School Level.
Comprised of 10-12 members at each school to function as a unit for promoting Teen Center special events. Their focus and goal is making the Teen Center the best place to be on Friday and Saturday nights.
Youth of the Year
Our premier youth recognition program for Club members ages 14 to 18, Youth of the Year promotes service to Club, community and family; academic success; strong moral character; life goals; and poise and public speaking ability. The Club recognizes members as Youth of the Month and then selects a Youth of the Year who participates in state competitions. State winners receive a $1,000 scholarship from Tupperware Brands Corporation and participate in regional competitions. Five regional winners receive a $10,000 scholarship and compete on the national level. The National Youth of the Year receives up to an additional $50,000 scholarship from the Rick and Susan Goings Foundation and is installed by the President of the United States.
My name is Tireanna Medlock and I am currently a senior at Brunswick High School. My plan is to further my education by attending either Georgia State University or Georgia Southern so I can become a pediatrician and assist children in need of medical attention. I chose this profession not only because I want to help children in my community, ... more
Money Matters promotes financial responsibility and independence among Club members ages 13 to 18.
Young adults in the U.S. today are facing a perfect storm of personal and social pressures that can compromise their financial well-being: record lows in savings, record highs in student and consumer debt, increasing living costs and uncertain employment prospects. Money Matters helps young people learn financial literacy, so they can make good financial choices as adults. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, create a budget, save and invest, start small businesses and pay for college. Teens who complete Money Matters show improved financial management skills, including saving money and sticking to a budget.