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New Mexico After School Programs

Are you looking for after school programs in the New Mexico area? Simply pick the city that is closest to your particular locale, and you'll be able to look through a listing of after school programs and summer camps in that city. You'll be surprised at the wide variety of after school programs that we have on offer - it's much easier to find what you are looking for when there is a list of programs in the same place to choose from. Check out the many different after school and summer camp offerings in New Mexico - your children will thank you!

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Santa Fe Boys & Girls Club - 730 Alto Street, Santa Fe NM - (505) 983-6632
In 1939, a small group of Santa Feans had a vision of helping young boys in their community. From that seed, the Santa Fe Boys & Girls Clubs were born over a pool hall on the Plaza. In 1942, the Club was chartered and moved to their own building on Also Street, where the main Club remains today. We are the oldest provider of youth services in Santa Fe and the only organization providing these services in the neighborhoods where our members reside. Over the years, the Club has grown not just in the numbers of young people who are members but in its scope and vision. The Club has moved from an after school recreation and sports center for boys to an organization that looks after the physical, educational, and spiritual needs of the young people who are members. In 1990, the Santa Fe Club officially opened its doors to girls and young women, though many female Santa Feans have memories of "sneaking" into the Club.
Ymca - Chaparral Elem. - 2451 Avenida Chaparral., Santa Fe NM - (505) 930-0213
The YMCA of Central New Mexico is dedicated to providing high-quality, affordable child care. As the nation's largest provider of child care programs, YMCA's provide family-centered, values-based programs to nurture children's healthy development. Well-trained staff provide safe, affordable, high-quality care so you can have peace of mind while you work. Like all Y programs, child care is open to all, with financial aid available including state assistance through the Children, Youth, and Families Department (CYFD). Staff members are partners with parents and other caregivers, working together to help kids grow up healthy, happy and strong.
UNM-Kids Campus Center For Early Learning center - 1157 County Road 110, Taos NM - (575) 758-6295
This program in Early Childhood Multicultural Education is designed for students who wish to work in this field or transfer to a four-year college or University to complete a bachelor's degree in early childhood education, child development or a related field. As part of this program, students will complete the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential preparation courses. This program addresses the seven general early childhood education competency areas required as partial fulfillment of the New Mexico Department of Education licensure in Early Childhood Education (birth to third grade). UNM-Taos reserves the right to make necessary changes as needed.
UNM Children's Campus - 1210 University Boulevard Northeast, Albuquerque NM - (505) 277-3365
Our mission is to provide the children of UNM's student, staff and faculty families with a high quality early childhood, educational and childcare experience. We are particularly committed to serving student families at affordable rates by working with all agencies that will subsidize their care. In addition, we are committed to serving the University community by providing a model program that exemplifies cutting-edge practice in early childhood education and that provides a setting for study, observation, research and training.
Rio Vista Ymca - 4701 montana Rd. NW, Albuquerque NM - (505) 899-8417
YMCA preschool care builds on children's natural desire to learn new things and become more self-reliant. Getting along with other children, sharing, taking turns and working in a group are a natural part of playing games or learning a new craft. The Y is an exciting and challenging place, helping preschoolers stretch their skills in mind and body. It is also a safe, comfortable place where children build positive relationships with caring adults.