Clubs members have fun! Members develop a strong sense of belonging through connections they establish with staff and peers. Staff members make the Club feel like home, fostering a family atmosphere and creating a sense of ownership for members.
Through our leadership programs, teens are able to make a profound impact on the club and community. Members help to enhance their neighborhoods in appearance and morale, while raising awareness about the Club. They help within the clubs in many ways and are able to see their impact, encouraging them to continue on a positive path.
Club youth develop meaningful relationships with peers and adults. Staff members actively cultivate such relationships to ensure that every member feels connected to one or more adults and peers. Staff members and peer leaders demonstrate caring, appreciation, acceptance, and proper guidance in their interactions with members.
Our programs are based on a Youth Development Philosophy which inspires the following in each child: a sense of usefulness, a sense of influence, a sense of competence and a sense of belonging.
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizensread more
Calendar of Events
What’s going on in the Clubs? Check out our up-coming events!
April 27th – Stake ‘N Burger Dinner
May 21st – Summer programs begin
July 31st – Last day of summer programs
August 13-14 – Open House at Clubs
We are truly gracious for all of our community partners who understand the mission of the organization and help us to open doors of opportunity for the youth of this community.
For more information regarding these events, please call (423) 266-6131
Interested in employment?
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Chattanooga are always looking for fun, dependable people to join our staff. Click below for our employment application which can be mailed or dropped off at any of our locations.
Taco Bell Scholarship Recipients
Taco Bell Foundation awarded two $5,000 college scholarships to Club members Vinceia Crittenden and Darryl Mayes, Jr.
VC is a Junior at Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy and plans to pursue Early Childhood Education after graduation with the intent of opening her own daycare facility.
Darryl is a Senior at Red Bank High School and plans to pursue a degree in mechanics with the intent of owning his own auto body shop.