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Provides youth leadership development while embracing and celebrating a diverse society. Ages 14-19.

State-wide

Website: https://anytownleadershipcamp.org/

Multiple programs that are designed to ensure success – continuing education choices, work-based learning, leadership development, linkages to employers, and on-going, sustained support.

Maricopa County

Work Phone: (602) 252-6721

Website: https://acyraz.org/

Matches kids/teens/young adults with adult volunteer mentors to develop strong and positive relationships.

Central AZ, Yavapai, Tucson

Work Phone: Central AZ: (602) 264-2447
Work Phone: Yavapai: (928) 778-5135
Work Phone: Tucson: (520) 624-2447

Website: http://www.bbbsaz.org
Website: http://www.azbigs.org
Website: http://www.tucsonbigs.org

Assists students in these key areas: Grade Point Average management, involvement in extracurricular activities and community service, university track academic classes, SAT and ACT prep and completion, resume, letters of recommendation and personal essay compilation, and application completion for college entrance, scholarships and financial aid.

Work Phone: (602) 550-3161

State-wide

Website: https://www.collegeboundaz.org/

By offering the largest library of independent age-based ratings and reviews for movies, games, apps, TV shows, and books, Common Sense Media helps families make sense of media choices.

Nation-wide

Website: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/

Prepares for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure in a safe, no-limits place. Designed for and by girls.

Central & Northern & Southern AZ

Work Phone: Central & Northern AZ: (800) 352-6133
Work Phone: Southern AZ: (800) 331-6782

Website: http://www.girlscoutsaz.org/
Website: https://www.girlscoutssoaz.org/

Multiple programs that focus on the needs of youth to empower them to become successful members of the community, while building a positive relationship with police. Age range of programs vary between 5 yrs. – 18 yrs.

East Valley

Phone: (480) 644-5739

Website: https://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/police/divisions/m-e-s-a-program-1064

Serves the LGBTQ community (11yrs – 24 yrs) by providing social and service programs.

Phoenix

Website: http://onenten.org/

Provide the resources necessary to keep teens in school, including individualized guidance, financial assistance, and even help with everyday basic needs.

Tucson

Work Phone: (520) 293-1136

Website: https://yoto.org/