Teen Center

IMG_5669  IMG_5670

13196 Monte Vista Avenue
Chino, CA 91710

(909) 334-3268

The Chino Experience Teen Center is located at Monte Vista Park.  The facility is a recreational center for teen participants who are enrolled in 7th-12th grades.  With registration, the center offers teens the ability to participate in supervised programs and activities with their peers, in a safe, fun, and positive environment.  The center also offers a variety of workshops for students and parents focusing on college planning, internet safety, bullying, and other teen-related issues. 

Please see the information below regarding specific programs offered at this location.

For additional questions, please contact the Teen Center directly at (909) 334-3268 or the Neighborhood Activity Center at (909) 334-3260.

 

Monthly Memberships & Transportation

The Teen Center offers monthly membership for the low cost of $5 per month and grants participants full use of all center amenities and programming opportunities.  Shuttle service is available for an additional $21 per month and provides registered participants transportation to the Teen Center from Briggs Elementary, Chino High School, Don Antonio Lugo High, Magnolia Junior High School, and Ramona Junior High School.  Join our Center today and take advantage of these beneficial opportunities.

In-Person registration is required and can be completed at the Neighborhood Activity Center, located at 5201 D Street, Chino, 91710.  For additional questions during non-operating hours, please contact the Neighborhood Activity Center at (909) 334-3260.

College & Career Resource Center

CCRC Sign

Hours of Operation
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday- 2:00-6:00 p.m.;
Wednesday- 12:00-6:00 p.m.

The Chino College and Career Resource Center is available at the Chino Experience Teen Center where 7th-12th grade students and young adults, can access information and services that will help them pursue a college degree or vocational education.  Our goal is to provide community resources to increase access to post-secondary education in Chino.

 Services available on site:

  • Workshops and activities geared for teens and young adults.
  • College and career information.
  • Computers for homework assignments and research.

For more information, to volunteer, or to sponsor the Chino College Resource Center, please contact the Chino Experience Teen Center at (909) 334-3268, the Neighborhood Activity Center at (909) 334-3260, or email communityservices@cityofchino.org.

CCRC Inside

Computers


Teen Opportunity Program (TOP)

TEENS, do you need VOLUNTEER hours?  Learn about the Teen Opportunity Program (TOP) and meet other teens, like you, who want to have fun while volunteering in the community!

TOP is for teens in grades 7 through 12 (13-18 years of age) who are friendly, enthusiastic, and eager to help in their community.  Participants will develop interpersonal skills and learn through hands-on assignments.  Chino Community Services staff will train and assign TOP Volunteers within the City's programs and special events throughout the year.

Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at the Monte Vista Park Chino Experience Teen Center.

To enroll in the Teen Opportunity Program (TOP), please submit both the TOP Enrollment Application and the City Volunteer Corp Application.  Teens must attend monthly meetings to learn more and sign-up for volunteer assignments.  For any questions, or to be added to the TOP interest list, please contact the Program Coordinator at (909) 334-3483.

Teen Advisory Committee

The Teen Advisory Committee (TAC) was established by the City of Chino to gain vital input on teen issues while promoting greater involvement of youth in the community and municipal government. The Committee consists of seven (7) voting members, two (2) non-voting members and member-at-large. TAC members are appointed annually as a result of a competitive application process.

Applications are being accepted now through May 17, 2019.  Download an application here.

For more on the Teen Advisory Committee, Click Here.