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All Dorchester Sports League

Mission is to offer sports, fitness/nutrition and education programs for Dorchester youth which emphasize life skills, academic focus, and healthy and active lifestyles that are required to succeed in community life and become successful adults. Sports offered include baseball, girls softball, basketball, and nutrition/fitness programs. Also, ADSL offers tutoring and test prep. Please visit website for more information.

Program: All Dorchester Sports League
Rating:
Cost: $40.00
Transportation Provided: No
Days Offered: M Tu W Th Sa
Before School: No
After School: Yes, from 04:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Evening: Yes, from 04:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Summer Program: Yes
Program Goals: Academic Enrichment, Youth Development
Categories: Academic Enrichment, Baseball, Basketball, Career Development, College Prep, Communication skills, Homework Help, Life Skills, Math, Mentoring, Nutrition, Paid Employment, Physical Fitness, Reading/Literature, Resume Building, Self-Esteem, Social Skills, Softball, Study Skills, Substance Abuse Prevention, T-Ball, Teambuilding, Test Prep: SAT, Track & Field, Tutoring, Unspecified Academic, Unspecified Sport, Violence Prevention, Volunteer Opportunity, Weight Management
Coordinator: Jared Blandino
p: (617) 287-1601
f: (617) 287-1913
Neighborhood: Dorchester
Serving: A maximum of 0 participants at one time.
Gender: Both Boys and Girls
Enrollment Type: Other
Registration Period: March/April for Baseball & Softball. Rolling registration for education and fitness/nutrition programs. Summer Clinics registration is in June/July.
This program has: 1 full-time staff.
5 part-time staff.
Total Seats: 0

Location: P.O. Box 220643, 1565 Dorchester Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02122
Contact: Office: (617) 287-1601
Fax: (617) 287-1913

 

College Bound Dorchester

Art a la Carte, a nationally recognized teen art program, links area youth ages 11-18 with Boston’s local cultural community through classes, internships, work experiences and field trips. Teens learn to understand and appreciate the creative process, develop portfolios for Advanced Placement credit and college applications and gain practical skills in gallery exhibition and museum work.

Program: Art a la Carte
Rating:
Transportation Provided: No
Before School: No
After School: No
Evening: Yes, from 05:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Summer Program: Yes
Program Goals: Arts and/or Cultural Enrichment
Categories: Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Coordinator: Leslie Moore
p: 5973
f:
Serving: A maximum of 20 participants at one time.
Total Seats: 20

Location: 18 Samoset Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
Contact: Office: (617) 506-5973
http://www.fdnh.org

 Beulah Academic Enrichment Program (BAEP)

- Beulah Academic Enrichment Program
BAEP is located in Dorchester’s Grove Hall neighborhood. This program caters to families who are greatly in need of an academic, cultural, and social learning environment for their children.

Program: Beulah Academic Enrichment Program
Rating:
Transportation Provided: No
Before School: No
After School: Yes
Evening: No
Summer Program: No
Categories: Academic Enrichment, School-aged Child Care
Serving: An average of 10 participants on a daily basis.
A maximum of 26 participants at one time.
Parent Involvement: Scheduled Resources Meetings for Parents 4 times a year with staff
This program has: A participant to staff ratio of 4 to 1
Total Seats: 26

Location: 457 Blue Hill Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02121
Contact: Office: (617) 427-6854

Bold Teens

A teen peer leadership program, BOLD (Breath of Life: Dorchester) TEENS, works with Dorchester Environmental Health Coalition & Codman Square Health Center to educate, prevent, advocate and seek policy to improve the environment in Dorchester.

Program: Bold Teens
Rating:
Transportation Provided: No
Before School: No
After School: No
Evening: No
Summer Program: No
Program Goals: Youth Development
Categories: Urban Environment / Ecology
Coordinator: Bill Loesch
p: 8189
f:
Serving: A maximum of 0 participants at one time.
Total Seats: 0

Location: 637 Washington St
Dorchester , MA 02124
Contact: Office: (617) 822-8189
http://www.boldteens.org/index.html

BCYF, Recreation Unit – Boston Flag Football League – Dorchester

Co-ed teams age 9-11 and 12-14 play at various locations through out the city.

Program: Boston Flag Football League
Rating:
Transportation Provided: No
Before School: No
After School: No
Evening: Yes, from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
Summer Program: No
Program Goals: Mental or Physical Health Promotion
Categories: Football
Coordinator: Michael Triant
p: 4920
f: 617-3229
Serving: An average of 50 participants on a daily basis.
A maximum of 60 participants at one time.
Registration Period: Registration deadline is April 18. Program begins in May. Times TBA. Space is limited; First come first served.
Total Seats:

Dorchester Community Center for the Visual Arts (Dot Art)

A nonprofit organization (Dot Art) whose mission is to offer stimulating and rewarding visual arts programs to everyone in Dorchester.

Program: Dorchester Community Center for the Visual Arts (Dot Art)
Rating:
Transportation Provided: No
Before School: No
After School: No, from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Evening: No
Summer Program: No
Categories: Craft/Folk Art, Theater, Visual Arts
Coordinator: Leslie MacWeeney
p: 3503
Last Modified: 01/10/2011
Near Public Transportation: No
Weekend: No
Overnight: No

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