Friendship & Leadership

Through unique learning opportunities, we create and foster a warm and natural environment for growing friendships!

  • Kids Who Care Workshops
    You’re never too young to give back to your community! Helping others is always worthwhile — especially during the formative years of middle school! This program’s unique and fun activities benefit everyone. For members in 6th & 7th grade.
  • Training Tracks
    Looking to further your knowledge and wisdom through FC? Training Tracks courses focus on learning and sharing with others. Teens will walk away with the skills to lead in communities of all abilities! Workshops include the following topics: “The History of the Disability Rights Movement,” “Understanding Human Diversity,” and “Advocacy.” For Teen Scene (8-12th graders) & FOTT (ages 18+).
  • Teen Workshops
    These workshops focus on topics that align directly with FC’s mission! Join all of Teen Scene to experience and learn about your role as a Teen Scene member of The Friendship Circle! For Teen Scene (8th-12th graders).

Learning about Friendship and Leadership
Joining a Host Committee Be a part of the planning process! Members in Teen Scene (8th-12th graders) and FOTT (ages 18+) are encouraged to join a Host Committee for a FC club or program in which they will participate in the planning, executing and review of that event. Email [email protected] for host committee opportunities.

 

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FC Health and Safety Update as of March 4, 2022

We continue to monitor our health and safety measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other government organizations, and our Health and Safety Task Force. In line with these health and safety measures, and based on rising cases of COVID-19 locally, we are providing the following guidance regarding the use of face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here for a link to our current Health and Safety Guidelines.
Please contact Rivkee Rudolph at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

 

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