Indian Youth Enrichment Program (IYEP)

  • Indian Youth Enrichment Program (IYEP) is one of the programs that is part of the Flipside after-school program specifically for Native American youth to encourage students to have pride in their culture, learn traditional values, and offer support.

    IYEP meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.  IYEP will serve students that are enrolled in the Flipside Program, but it is also possible to enroll in just IYEP.

    Students eat a nutritious snack, and participate in such activities as:

    • Homework assistance
    • Crafts (drum stick making, leather crafts, etc)
    • Field Trips (History Center, Science Museum, Raptor Center)
    • Bird house making, seed collection

    Contact Sue Bobolink for more information at 744-6152.

    IYEP is a collaborative program between AIMS, the Department of Indian Work and USDA CYFAR (Children, Youth and Families at Risk)