Youth Programs 

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

CfAL offers youth programs that help tweens and teens 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. 
Parent/Caregiver must register youth to attend.
No computer?  No problem!  CfAL will provide a "loaner computer"!

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TWeens:
Tech Club!

July 12th through August 24th

Learn how to build and code your own robots! Using both Lego Spike Prime and mBots, tweens gain new technology skills!

Program is drop-in, and tweens can join weekly!

Ages 8-13. Parent permission is required.

For more info or to register by phone, call: 475.285.6500 email: info@cfalct.org

Two Locations:

Tuesdays

1:00 to 2:45

July 12th through August 23rd

Literacy Resource Center

5 Science Park, Suite 2C, New Haven

(across from HighVille Charter School)

Wednesdays

1:00 to 2:45

July 13th through August 24th

New Haven Public Library,

Teen Center (Lower level)

133 Elm Street, New Haven

Tech4Teens:
Build Your Own Computer!

July 14th through August 25th

Learn how to build your own computer and gain new technology skills! July 14th through August 25th. Every Thursday, get experience troubleshooting computer hardware and software, maintaining computer systems, as well as installing operating systems and other applications.

Ages 13-18.  Must be entering or in high school.             Parent Permission is required.

Build 4 computers for a guaranteed 10 hours of community service AND build a 5th one that you get to keep!

For more info or to register by phone, call: 475.285.6500 email: info@cfalct.org

Location:

Thursdays

1:00 to 2:45

July 14th through August 25th

New Haven Public Library,

Teen Center (Lower level)

133 Elm Street, New Haven

Tech4Teens Highlights

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

Student work done by Genevieve A from California!
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