Community Engagement Program

Teens Service Club

High-quality education programs have a significant impact on a child’s future success. Diverse active learning experiences that foster resilience, social skills, and the ability to keep learning have long-term economic and social benefits for the community and society. Our Community Engagement programs for children of all ages are free, student led, and community driven services that help children build strong STEM knowledge, develop innovation and social skills, and grow to be happy, successful learners. Working together, we will build a better community by changing a child’s life, one at a time.

Group (6)
Academic Tutoring/Monitoring

Program Description

Teens Service Club offers free academic tutoring/monitoring services to elementary students. Our high school volunteers will mentor students for a year, helping students understand concepts they learn at school, work on practice problems, get familiar with test formats and structures, and build strong academic foundation and study habits. Our goal is to provide the relationships, resources, and skills children need to help them build academic and social skills, and grow to be happy, successful learners.


Teens Service Club provides both online and in-person academic tutoring/monitoring. Please email Teens Service Club at for more information to sign up.

STEM Workshops

Program Description

Our free STEM workshops for elementary students covers a wide variety of topics from science experiments, engineering projects to coding classes.  Our high school volunteers will help children use a variety of simple tools to make investigations, create real STEM products from their imagination, present their findings, and learn to be problem solvers. Our goal is to help young learners build strong imagination, creative skills and develop new ways of thinking & exploring.


Teens Service Club provides STEM workshops on Wednesday afternoons and weekends. Please email Teens Service Club at for more information to sign up.

Community Service Projects

Program Description

Community Service Projects provide great opportunities for students to gain valuable experiences, develop transferable skills, and give back to the community. Teens Service Club works with other nonprofits to provide various community services to the children in need. We welcome young learners to join the fun projects to develop skills, build friendships and connect to the community!


Teens Service Club schedules a community service project/event once per month and welcomes all children come join the service projects! Please email Teens Service Club at for more information to sign up.

Free Community Events
November 2022

Email our Teens Service Club at to sign up!

Holidays with Heart

Sunday Nov 20 2:30pm – 4:00pm

We welcome all children come join us – make Thanksgiving artwork and gifts for the kids in need, learn the gift of giving, make new friends and connect to the community!

STEM Workshop

Sunday Nov 27 2:30pm – 4:00pm

Elementary students, come join our STEM workshop – explore hands-on experiments, present findings, and learn to be problem solvers!

  • Music and Movement
  • Story Time (Bilingual)
  • Pretend Play
  • Hands-on Experiment/Project
  • Holiday Celebrations
  • Academic Monitoring/Tutoring
  • Fundraising Activities
  • Discovery Stations, STEM Challenges and much more!


Email us at and we will be happy to get your Explorer signed up.

Free Community Events
Summer Camp 2023

Bellevue College’s Running Start Student Association and the Teens Service Club are working together to offer a free summer camp at Bellevue College. The camp aims to promote high-quality early education for elementary students in the community, with priority given to underserved students who might not afford a fee-based camp.

The free STEAM and Social Learning Camp takes a holistic approach toward learning with hands-on projects related to science, engineering, arts and social emotional concepts. Academic tutoring is also provided for campers. The camp’s mission is to help students build academic, STEM, and social skills through hands-on, project-based learning.

The summer camp is 100% run by volunteers, with Newport High School’s Teaching Academy interns and high schoolers from Issaquah and Bellevue school districts as volunteer teachers and adult supervisors every day.

Campers, look forward to learning with hands-on activities, developing lifelong social skills, and having fun with friends. High school volunteers, join the team for a meaningful community service project where you will gain valuable experiences, develop skills, build friendships and connect to the community!

Email for more information or sign up!

                     Location & Daily Schedule

Location: Bellevue College D106 (in the D Library building)

9:30 am – 10:00 am         Read & Discussion

10:00 am – 11:30 am        Hands-on Experiment/Project

11:30 am – 12:00 pm        Lunch

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm         Recess/Outdoor Play

1:00 pm – 1:30 pm            Academic Tutoring

                 Weekly Themes

Week #1: Monday, June 26 – Friday, June 30

  • Monday – Science Experiment

         Project: Chemical Reactions

  • Tuesday – Engineering Project

         Project: DIY Toy 

  • Wednesday – Creative Arts

          Project: Process Art

  • Thursday – Social-Emotional Learning

          Project: Exploring Feelings & Emotions

  • Friday – Happy Summer Social Activity

          Project: Homemade Ice Cream & Ice Cream Social

Week #2 Monday, July 3 – Friday, July 7

  • Monday – Science Experiment

          Project: Group Project-Space Science

  • Wednesday – Engineering Project

          Project: Group Project-Engineering Challenge

  • Thursday – Project Presentation

          Project: Group Project-Project Presentation Prep

  • Friday – Happy Summer Social Activity

          Project: Happy Summer Celebration

Teens Service Club welcomes all Children

to come join our Free community engagement programs!