Programming, trips, and clubs are available at the Osan Youth Center for children 9 to 12-years-old.
School Days: Monday-Friday 0900-1300 / 1400-1800
No-School Days: 0900-1200 / 1300-1800
School Days: Monday-Friday 1430-1800
Early Release: 1330-1800
No-School Days: 1300-1800
** Closed on Saturday, Sunday, US federal holidays, and Wing Down Days **
- Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA)
- 4-H (Head, Heart, Hands, and Health)
CLASSES & CLUBS
- Torch Club
- Cooking, Art, Dance, Music, and Fitness Classes
- Passport of Manhood (Boys)
- S.M.A.R.T. and Free to be Me (Girls)
- Community Outreach
- Summer Camps
Virtual Teen Aviation Camp
This is a competitively selected camp for high school students. This camp will be conducted 14-25 June 2021 in partnership with Air Force Aero Clubs and offers an introduction to the field of aviation and opportunities for careers and leadership roles within the Department of the Air Force. A combination of web-based presentations and discussion groups, along with self-paced course materials provide camp participants with the knowledge to complete the Private Pilot Exam and begin their journey toward earning a Private Pilot License! The attached information sheet provides additional details on eligibility and application process. Completed applications must be submitted by a parent or guardian no later than 14 April 2021 through the DAF Camps workflow box at: AFSVC.SVPY.Camps@us.af.mil and selections will be announced no later than 23 April 2021.
Youth Programs Information
* Important Notes: Copy of immunizations, to include the flu shot is required. On the AF 88, nothing can be blank. Most boxes are self-explanatory, but couple of explanations:
1) Home Address → Put APO
2) Emergency Contact → put a local emergency contact’s (not the parent) name, and their local number goes in the “emergency phone” box.
3) Youth Home Email → Put spouse’s or sponsor’s personal email
4) Sponsor’s Work Email → Must be their gov/mil email
5) Hobbies/Interests → Cannot be blank – please put at least one item
Use blue/black ink if handwriting. If a mistake is made, draw one line through it, put initial, and put the correction next to it.
Youth Programs Registration