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Youth NOW Student Center

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General Agency Information
Name: Youth NOW Student Center
Alternate Name(s):EternityWorks
Address:124 East Lake Ave.
Watsonville, CA  95076
Driving Directions
Primary Phone:831-768-7998
Description:Days/Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday
1:00-6:00pm office hours
3:00-6:00pm after school student hours
(special events may meet on a weeknight evening or weekend).

Two locations
High school at 31 Carr St., Watsonville
Middle school at 15 Madison St., Watsonville

Where Individualized Academic Support and Learning Happens! Youth N.O.W. Learning Center is dedicated to academic support of youth in our community through adult or peer tutoring, homework help, providing materials, maintaining a computer lab, as well as maintaining a comfortable learning environment. We desire that all students who enter the center will know they can wrestle with academic challenges and not be alone. Our volunteer peer and adult tutors care to dedicate time to students who want to grow through the academic obstacles that are delaying their success.

ELIGIBILITY: Any high school or middle school student is eligible for services

FEES: All school year (afterschool programming) is offered at no-cost. Summer programming requires minimal registration fees per course. Scholarships are available.
Mission:EternityWorks is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to developing the youth of our community in self-efficacy and self-esteem, equipping them to live healthy and productive lives.
Programs:After school tutoring and homework resource center (high school and middle school)
High school coffee house and social events
Middle school after school enrichment classes and sports programming
Middle School Summer School
High School Summer Academic Support, Enrichment classes and social events
Equipment:Equipment used in programming or available to students are: computers, printers, school materials, projector, coffee house products, copy machines, sports equipment for recreation and any equipment needed for enrichment classes such as digital cameras, etc.
Publications:Parent newsletters, program fliers, donor support letters
Volunteer Info:Volunteers include adults, college students and high school students who qualify through a pre-screening process
Languages other than English:Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled:Designated Parking
Public Transportation:See website for information
Eligibility:See Description Notes
Fees:See Description Notes
Areas Served:Watsonville
Funding Source:Contributions
Direct Aid

David Grazian

Nicole  Marsh
Director of Education

Stefani Merlo
Director of Programming

Subject Headings
 Academic Counseling
Homework Help Programs
Private Nonprofits
Recreational Activities/Sports
Recreational/Leisure/Arts Instruction
Summer School Programs
Tutoring Services
Volunteer Opportunities
This record last modified May 31, 2013

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