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The city offers several affordable summer camp options for children ages 5 through 14.
When Orange County Public Schools are closed for a holiday or break, City of Orlando neighborhood centers offer fun, day-long activities for children grades K-5th.
Are you 15 to 19 years old and need a job? Apply for a paid job with one of the city's partners.
City of Orlando neighborhood centers offer high-quality programs, homework assistance and other enrichment activities.
View all of the current youth activity listings available for registration.
The City of Orlando offers numerous lessons and sports leagues for children and teens.
Orlando students headed back to Orange County Public Schools using its LauncheEd program can join a learning pod at one of six local city neighborhood centers for the first semester of school.
The City of Orlando partners with AmeriCorps with three main programs: Operation AmeriCorps, OPASS and AmeriCorps VISTA.
My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) is a national initiative, started by President Barack Obama, that addresses persistent opportunity gaps faced by young men of color. MBK aims to ensure that all young people reach their full potential.
The City of Orlando is partnering with CareerSource to provide a five-week internship with partners allowing high school students ages 15 to 19 that live in the City of Orlando and qualify for free or reduced lunch, to gain hands-on experience working in their field of interest.