After School
After School and Saturday Drop-In – These programs are enrolled programs, NOT drop-in.

In the critical hours when parents are working and kids are out of school, EMCC keeps kids happy, healthy and informed. We provide a safe, supervised, and structured setting where kids can play, learn and enjoy an after school snack and dinner nightly. Our regular, open drop-in program activities include:

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  •  Learning Center and reading programs
  • Leadership Development
  • Fitness and Nutrition
  • Field trips to cultural, civic and sporting events
  • Community Service Projects
  • Job Training

Contact John Harmelink at EMCC for registration information. (608) 249-0861

Summer Camp
Summer Day Camp

Our 8-week Free Summer Day Camp and other summer activities serve over 100 children ages 7-14 from all over Madison’s east side. Monday-Friday, the curriculum focuses on academic education, social skills and physical fitness.

Education classes include math, language arts, science, social studies, reading and nutrition. The Social skills component covers manners and mutual respect, Alternatives to Violence, drug and alcohol prevention, self-esteem improvement, and conflict resolution skills. Students keep active through exercise and off-site recreation such as rock climbing, canoeing, swimming, golf lessons and more.

Teen Nights – Enrolled Program. 

Tuesday and Thursday nights 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Register with EMCC.

Students take part in fun recreational and learning activities that offer healthy alternatives. Watch the Calendar for weekly activities and sign-up information.

Contact John Harmelink at EMCC for details. (608) 249-0861

Teens (ages 11-17): Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-8 p.m.

Woody Carey Scholarship

Each year, EMCC awards scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,000 to graduating high school students or continuing college students. Named for longtime board member Dr. Elwood “Woody” Carey, the scholarships are awarded every May.

Additional Youth Programs – Check with EMCC for current program schedules.
  • Family Fun Nights
  • Fit for the Future
  • Boys Development Group
  • Positive Options Program (POP)
  • Girls Development Group (GDG)