Case Study: Mary and Frances Youth Center

Posted Thursday, October 26th, 2017 by Sterling Volunteers Staff

The Mary and Frances Youth Center opened in 2007 on Virginia Commonwealth University’s (VCU) Monroe Park campus in Richmond. Its facilities include two private tennis courts and a number of classrooms designed for youth-centered programming and training. The youth center’s flagship program since opening has been Lobs & Lessons, a nationally recognized tennis and learning program, but it also hosts and leads Discovery summer program, which provides middle-school students with in-depth experiences in science, technology, engineering, arts and health sciences. In addition to these programs, the youth center co-manages the implementation of the Youth Program Quality Intervention, a quality improvement process for out-of-school service providers across the region. Click on the image below to read how the Mary Frances Youth Center streamlined and sped up its screening process with Sterling Volunteers! Mary and Frances Youth Center Case Study