The 2 year transition into the new building is complete. Our Main branch is housed inside the Fullerton Community Center with all the latest advances in technology, meeting space and access to sports facilities. We serve over 150 kids from grades 1st -6th daily from most public and private schools in Fullerton. This location’s special emphasis is on Power Hour: Homework Help, Water Safety Camp, and a summer program that addresses “Summer Learning Loss”. Holiday events and celebrations are also hosted at our Main Branch.
Club members receive academic support for one hour each school day as staff and volunteers
provide tutoring and assisting kids with a focus on the importance of education.
Time to get messy and create art! This program focuses on exposing club members to
different forms of art through hands on activities. This program sparks creativity!
Junior NFL/Junior NBA
Club members get active! Heart beats are racing as club members engage in friendly
games, having fun while improving their athletic skills.
Lego Mind Storms
Robot Builders unite! Experience building a robot through various manuals and programming
tools. Once built, club members get to challenge themselves by taking on programming missions.
Club members get to take things to the next level as they learn to be pilots through an
aviation program utilizing a sit-in flight simulator. This program incorporates science,
technology, engineering, and mathematics to provide a unique learning experience.
In 2008, with a lot of restructuring and hard work, The Richman Teen Center was created. The goal was to provide progressive programming to kids working up through the different layers of the club. The model was from the thought process of providing quality programs to fulfill or mission of enabling our members to reach their full potential of productive and caring citizens. Since then, a major focus has been developing teens to find their niche. Our Programs cover Culinary Art, Film, Dance, Character and Leadership, Diplomas to Degrees, Job Ready, Money Matters, Computer Building, Athletic Leagues, Farm to Table Gardening and Music Production. We have a goal to have every senior leave the teen center perusing Higher Education.
Club members get to learn the process of wood burning, which involves drawing a picture on a piece
of wood with a hot brass tip. This activity is an eye-catching artistic pursuit with cool art tricks.
Grow it and eat it! Fable Farms teaches members the fundamentals of farming and the ins and outs
of creating a garden. Club members get to enjoy the veggies and fruit that are grown.
Age appropriate tutoring from CSU Fullerton’s President’s Scholars. Teens work
directly with college level mentors to develop a college enrollment package including test prep,
personal essay help, and college application submissions.
Teens focus on the 4 pillars: Teen Outreach, Career Prep, Community Service,
And Academic Success to become well rounded young adults.
Torch Club members identify club and community needs, develop programs, and activities
to help others out. Torch Club members act as positive role models while making a difference
Chief Professional Officer
Director of Operations