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Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana has been partnering with Old Navy stores for several years.  The Parkland Club joined forces with the Oxmoor Mall Old Navy store this summer as part of our Character & Leadership Program.  Our career session with Old Navy Oxmoor proved to be a huge success. On July 5, two of the store managers visited the Parkland Club and delivered an on the job curriculum workshop for our teens.  A job shadow event was held at the Oxmoor Old Navy store and our teens were able to participate in mock interviews, gain inventory and transaction management, and hands on experience as a worker with the Old Navy management team. This partnership paid off in a big way!

Kentrell Duncan, the 2017 Youth of the Year was very interested in working for Old Navy after having gained some insight into real work experience. He took the initiative to complete a job application, was interviewed and was hired! He is now a proud associate with Old Navy Oxmoor. Kentrell exemplifies the mission of Boys and Girls of Kentuckiana. His hardwork and dedication and the resources BGCK provides, put Kentrell on the path toward a Great Future.

Thank you Old Navy for being a partner is our efforts to better our youth, especially those that need us most.

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  • sharon r johnson

    says on:
    October 25, 2017 at 3:57 pm

    I am a single mom with a 15-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl. I am trying to go to school and work and raise the kids with no help whatsoever from their loser dad. He will “pop in” on occasion to pacify his conscience I guess.

    I want to find something for the kids to do. Especially during the Christmas break spring break and during the summer. I am not sure how the Boys and Girls Club works. I don’t know how to get the kids in the program. I don’t know how this program works.

    My son really needs a male role model. He is at that age with the attitude and all. A mom can’t teach her son how to be a man. I am at a loss as to what I need to do to give him the confidence he needs. I have good kids. No trouble with them. I think I have raised them well thus far. They just need more. I can’t do it all.

    I look forward to your reply!

    Sharon Johnson

    • admin

      says on:
      October 31, 2017 at 12:38 pm

      Hi Sharon- I think the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana is a great option for you and your family. We are an out of school time provider that has programs focused on Good Character and Leadership, Healthy Lifestyles and Academic Success. What area of Louisville do you currently reside in?

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