Youth Programs 

Empowering and educating youth through technology is the heart of CfAL's mission.

CfAL offers youth programs that help elementary and middle school students connect through technology  and engage in FUN activities - in a safe environment.  Partnering with Rain of Hope, programs are designed to promote social, emotional and leadership skills, while learning about safe online practices and digital literacy.


Programs are offered Monday through Friday beginning at 2:00pm.  

All classes are FREE and held online.  Caregiver must register youth to attend.

No computer?  No problem!  CfAL will provide a "loaner computer"!

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School-age youth: Join us weekdays at 3:00pm to take a "Tech Break" - and connect with us online to play games and activities offline.   


From remote/distance learning and computer use in schools to online games and videos, studies show that the average amount of screentime of youth ages 8 to 12 is 6 hours per day.   - and continuing to increase due to the pandemic.​

Tech Break, Jr.'s, while taking place online through Zoom, is carefully designed to create a safe online location for youth to meet socially to play "offline" games and activities.  

Each day also incorporates social, emotional and leadership skills, in addition to digital literacy lessons teaching online safety.

Example of Activities:

  • Simon Says

  • Story creation (Mad Libs!)

  • Scavenger Hunts

  • Paper Airplane Challenges

  • And, many MORE!

Tech Break, Jr.

Check back in Fall to register

Are you tech savy and interested in becoming a Tech Mentor?  Sign up to volunteer today!

Tech4Teens & TWeens

Whether your passion is  sports, gaming, or nature,

technology is a great way to share your thoughts, ideas and creations!

Tweens & Teens create websites, host podcasts, and edit videos and photos.   Want to learn how to code and program?  We teach that too!

Teens are invited to also join our "Tech Apprentice" program, where they learn to refurbish PCs that are donated back to the community!  (Participating teens receive a small stipend and build job skills.)

All classes held online.  Students must be 13 years old by June 31, 2020.  Caregiver approval is required.

What to Know:

  • Program is open to students entering 7th through 9th grade (must be 13 years old at time of program).

  • Students without a working computer may request a "loaner computer" to use during the program. 

  • Students will work with college mentors who will provide additional support to students.  

Tech4Teens Highlights

Check out some of these amazing projects done by campers in the last summer!

Student work done by Genevieve A from California!