Welcome to a safe, supportive, positive place to make new friends, have fun, and get some homework help too!

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RWMS AfterZone Club

The Roger Williams Middle School Clubhouse offers in-person after school programming, Monday-Thursday, to RWMS students. Participants have access to enriching programs led by experienced community partners such as creative engineering, Hip-hop, basketball, graphic design held in a makerspace at South Providence Library, marine biology at Save the Bay, arts & crafts, and more.

In partnership with the Providence After School Alliance, the AfterZone gives Providence middle school students year-round access to a wide variety of hands-on learning and enrichment opportunities–provided by more than 70 community-based organizations–at no cost to students or their families. Courses range from visual and performance art, to sports, to skills-building and science-based programs. When you sign up for the AfterZone, you’ll receive a meal, high-quality programs, and transportation to your home neighborhood. Come join the fun!

For more information, contact AfterZone Site Supervisor at apine@bgcprov.org

Alvarez Club

Welcome to the Alvarez Club where Afterschool Programs run Monday through Thursday from 2:35 p.m. to 6:00 pm. Students have the opportunity to participate in a number of programs including soccer, basketball, personal development, academic support, arts, music and so much more! All students are eligible to participate in this program, the only requirement is to fill out a member application in the main office. Programs are run by Alvarez teachers and community partners including Steam Box and Young Voices.

Dinner is served and we offer free transportation at the end of the day either to their neighborhood or to the South Side Clubhouse for more teen programming.

For more information, contact Program Director Dee Allen at dallen@bgcprov.org or call (401) 595-5783.

Teen Center at South Side Club

Welcome to the Teen Center at the South Side Club! Have fun, explore career options, and learn a new skill!

For more information, contact Teen Initiatives Director, Chelsea Davignon at cdavignon@bgcprov.org or call (401) 444-0766.

P2K Program

The (P2K) Princes 2 Kings program at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence serves high school men of color encouraging positivity in discovering and exploring self, community and career.  We express creativity where we learn skills in culinary arts, create awesome murals, produce anti-gun violence artwork, play basketball and more!

We have a strong partnership with The BOND Brothers, who are college men of color attending URI. They have been partnered with P2K for @ three years now and are a valuable part of the Princes 2 Kings program.

For more information, contact P2K Director, Scott Lapham at slapham@bgprov.org

We are proud to offer a comprehensive Youth Employment Program for teens ages 14-18 during the summer months. This program provides:

  • Paid, 6-week work experience
  • Gain important, foundational job skills; valuable leadership and teamwork experience; urgently-needed academic skills; a real-world paycheck
  • Selection made through application process
  • Once eligibility is determined, initial academic assessment is made; job-readiness and career interests established; pre-employment orientation and training given
  • Training includes: job-readiness skills; expectations; team-building; financial management; leadership development
  • Opportunity for certifications possible: Serv-Safe Food Safety, CPR, First Aid, Lifeguard

 Youth employees are supported for 12 months through monthly meetings; receive help to explore further career interests; secure a job; and academic support to keep them on-track academically while focusing on graduation and higher education.

For more information, contact Teen Initiatives Director, Chelsea Davignon at cdavignon@bgcprov.org or call (401) 444-0766.




Contact the Club Director for the designated Program. For all other questions or concerns, call the main office at (401) 444-0750.