4 Pillars of Mentorship
Mentoring is essential, not only because of the knowledge and skills students can learn from mentors but also because mentoring provides professional socialization and personal support to facilitate success in school and beyond. Quality mentoring greatly enhances students’ chances for success.
Our Value to Kids
The CEO and Board of Directors announced the plans for a new facility that will serve as a private school, the CLUB, and a community recreation center. The project is estimated to use 10 acres of land and cost nearly $13 million by completion.
The CLUB celebrated its 25th year of service to Kingman. This same year the CLUB experienced incredible growth in its average daily attendance, and annual youth served. The CLUB grew from 150 in 2013 to 517 youth in 2019.
In 2017, our CEO and Board of Directors made the bold decision to exit the association of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. They were seeking to pursue better services for our local community.
In 2013, the board of directors hired Bill Ward as the Chief Executive Officer. In 2013, the CLUB’s membership was only about 150 kids per year and barley 50 kids a day. Bill was challenged with creating a new vision and path to project the CLUB forward.
In 1994, the CLUB opened it’s doors to serve the Kingman Community. The founding members of the CLUB were Terri Holloway, Brad Rucker, Kent Hoagland, and Kathi Wright. It is because of their belief and dedication that we are in Kingman.