Native American Student Services

Native American Student Services | Roxanne Begay-James, Director | 6855 S. Mark, Tucson, AZ 85746 | (520) 908-3905 | Email Us

Youth Centers

  • Arizona Youth Partnership
    Arizona Youth Partnership (AzYP) based in Tucson, Arizona, works with youth and families across the state to bring resources to under-served communities.
  • Boys and Girls Club
    The Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson is facility-based, employs youth development professionals supplemented by part-time staff and volunteers, and offers daily access to a broad range of programs in five core program areas: Character and Leadership Development, Education and Career Development, Health and Life Skills, The Arts, Sports, Fitness, and Recreation.
  • Fine Arts Youth Academy
    The Fine Arts Youth Academy gives school age children the opportunity to participate in opera, dance, orchestra, band, visual arts, mariachi, folklorico dance and musical theater. The summer program, delivered in neighborhood schools, culminates with a student performance open to the public. The fees are purposely kept low so that children of every socioeconomic status can participate. Even so, over thirty percent of the students receive scholarships funded through donations and the revenues generated from Arts Express productions.
  • Girls Inc.
    Girls Incorporated of Southern Arizona is a nonprofit organization committed to providing girls in Pima County programs that will give them the life skills they need to meet today’s tough challenges. Major programs address math and science education, media literacy, economic literacy, violence prevention and sports participation, pregnancy and drug abuse prevention. We need your help to continue our efforts!
  • PIMA County Natural Resources, Parks, and Recreation
    Teens (ages 14-17) have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities at any of the centers listed below. Each center encourages the teen participants to select and plan their own activities. Activities may include tournament nights, fund-raisers (car wash, bake sales, raffles), dances, pool, ping pong, basketball, bowling, cards, career exploration, camping, hiking, biking, volleyball, trips, and special events. Fundraisers enable the teens to earn money for special events or projects. The Teen Program is a year-round activity. The program is free except for some special events.
  • Sporting Chance Youth Basketball, Inc.
    The Mission of Sporting Chance is to positively influence the lives of boys and girls by providing youth basketball programs that are appropriate for all skill levels, that are accessible to all families regardless of socio-economic situation, that teach the fundamentals of the game, and that impart positive values that will help develop responsible adults.
  • Tucson Parks and Recreation Programs
    Programs for youth, teen, adults, seniors, and families.

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