Out-of-School Time Clubs

Camp Fire's Out-of-School time programs provide youth with safe, supportive environments where they have the opportunity to get homework help, try new activities, and learn skills that they will carry with them for a lifetime. At Camp Fire, we encourage youth to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.


Camp Fire Minnesota partners with local, community-based organizations and schools to bring youth high-quality enrichment programs. We work to break social and economic barriers so young people can have access to important support and programs where they live and learn.


By reducing and eliminating these barriers, Camp Fire is able to provide youth in our programs with nationally recognized, cutting-edge curriculum, helping young people thrive and light the fire within.


Out-of-school time programs are located throughout the metro area. To participate in a Camp Fire club, youth must live at one of our affordable housing partner locations or attend a partnering school.


Each program includes 10-15 youth who learn in a small-group setting. They are guided by a trained club leader who uses Camp Fire's nationally-developed curriculum, which includes hands-on activities that build youth assets while boosting their self-confidence to successfully navigate their world.



Volunteer Mentors

Camp Fire Minnesota seeks compassionate, caring volunteers to mentor youth in our Camp Fire Club program. Camp Fire Club is an out-of-school time program, serving youth in grades K-12. Clubs are located throughout the Twin Cities metro area.


Volunteer Mentor Information Sheet (pdf)

Application form (Google form)