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Here’s a short list of a few of national and local resources to help parents find training programs for their youth.
Afterschool Alliance » For specific information about after-school issues in Utah, find reports and information at afterschoolalliance.org.
Utah Afterschool Network » utahafterschool.org offers a variety of links to programs, websites and information about available classes and programs.
MusicGarage » Visit musicgarage.org for a video introduction to the program and upcoming events; 801-577-2263.
School of Rock » Visit sandy.schoolofrock.com for a video tour of programs; fill out a registration form under the “Contact us” link for more information.
Utah Arts Alliance » For a list of resources and programs, visit utaharts.org/programsandservices/servicesdirector; 801-651-3937.
Spy Hop Productions » Visit spyhop.org to learn more about after-school programs in film, music, audio and design; 801-532-7500.
Jewish Community Center » Visit slcjcc.org/youth-a-teen/afterschool for activities; 801-581-0098.
Bricks 4 Kidz » Visit bricks4kidz.com and click on the “Locations” link; 801-898-3000 or 801-209-2187.
Salt Lake City’s YouthCity » Visit slcgov.com/youthcity for programs designed for youth ages 9-14 and 14-18. Click on the school your child attends for programs nearest you; 801-535-6129.
Salt Lake County’s Youth Services » Visit youth.slco.org/programs/afterschool.html for information about a variety of youth activities; 385-468-4438.
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