Put your culinary skills and experience to excellent use as our Kitchen and Nutrition Program Manager. With a new commercial kitchen, you will enjoy the resources and support to make a healthy difference in the lives of hundreds of youth in Nevada County.Read More
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Nevada County is battling a fast-growing, hard-to-see and often-overlooked problem that threatens our youth: homelessness.Read More
Grad Night celebration on KNCO detailed our expanding organization and how we have made a difference in the lives of six high school – and Friendship Club – graduates. Hear their accomplishments, challenges and plans for the future.Read More
Bright Futures for Youth will open a Youth Hub Summer Day Camp, allowing kindergartners to ninth-graders to expand their education and skills – and give hardworking parents a free or low-cost safe and supervised option for their children this summer.Read More
The Youth Hub Summer Day Camp is a fun and educational camp for youth that will be offered as week-long sessions for six consecutive weeks this summer. Scholarship available.Read More
We’re hiring seasonal employees for our youth summer day camp. Apply today!Read More
Six resilient and remarkable young women will graduate from high schools in Nevada County – and The Friendship Club. You can learn about their accomplishments and experiences – and how The Friendship Club helped them – during a Grad Night celebration at 6 p.m. May 12 on KNCO-AM (830) and STAR-FM (94.1).Read More
Dutch Bros. Grass Valley donated $1 per drink on April 26, and the community came out in force, raising $4,050 for Bright Futures for Youth. It’s just the kind of jolt that goes a long way.Read More
Looking for fun activities, ways to connect with peers and the chance to improve or learn new skills? Check out our May activities, from high school and junior high hangouts to mural painting and stained glass.
Pre-registration is required. Sign up-today.Read More
Being a parent during the pandemic has been tough. Distance learning, political and economic uncertainty. So many curve balls have been thrown at us. For many, social isolation has been the most difficult challenge. It’s especially hard for young people.Read More