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Mission Statement

"The mission of Golden Eagles program is to help American Indian youth strengthen and develop life skills which give them the knowledge to make healthy choices" Goals "to strengthen the self-esteem and sense of identity of AmericanIndian youth by offering culutrual activities to decrease the risk of alcohol and substance abuse by American Indian youth by offering chemical awareness education involving talking circles, drug awareness education sessions, and chemical free activities to increase the academic success of American Indian youth through educational programming to increase the physical well-being of American Indian youth by offering recreational activities and health education"

Description

"The Ginew/Golden Eagles program is a year-round after school program serving American Indian youth ages 5-18. Located in the Minneapolis American Indian Center, the program follows a 23 unit, culturally specific curriculum. The curriculum is designed to highlight and enhance the resiliency of American Indian youth."

Monday-Tuesday 5:00-7:00 pm Ages 5-10

Wednesday-Thursday 5:00-8:00 pm Ages 11-18

Nightly activities vary, although a meal and an educational portion (homework time during school year) are always included. The hours listed above are school year hours, summer hours may vary to allow for more outdoor activities.

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