Kids’ Clubs

Kids’ clubs for children and teens in Milpitas, CA. Come learn and have fun with us: 4H, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Sports teams, and more.

Youth Advisory Commissioners

Youth Advisory Commissioners at the Commissioner Recognition Awards Banquet Winter 2001.


Calaveras Hills 4-H Club
Based in sunny Milpitas, California. We have a great array of projects and activities for youth to participate in. Not positive this club is still active.

Santa Clara County 4-H Club Council
Organizes the activities of volunteer 4-H leaders and members in Santa Clara County California to make Santa Clara County’s 4-H program the best it can be.

Boy Scouts

Boy Scouts Silicon Valley
Resources for Milpitas Scouts, Santa Clara County Boy Scouts and beyond.

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts Silicon Valley
Resources for Milpitas Girl Scouts, Santa Clara County Girl Scouts and beyond.

Other Youth Organizations

Youth Sports
This site’s section for public and private sports opportunities for community youth.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley
Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. Administrative Offices, 518 Valley Way, 957-9685.

An association of marketing students. The students run a ship-shaped cart called the TIE-TANIC in the Great Mall. Contact is Tonette Rancadore, at 408-941-9603.

Milpitas Fire Explorer Program
If you are are between the ages of 16 and 18 years old, the City of Milpitas offers many programs, activities, and services for the community. Explorers are recruited to assist in various City programs to support and supplement existing resources. Volunteer opportunities exist in all City Department and Divisions. To become involved with the program, or more information call 408-586-2801.

Santa Clara County Parks Jr. Ranger Program
Jr. Ranger Programs run for six consecutive weeks, meeting one day each week for two hours and will be offered at Ed Levin park during the spring and fall. During the program, Jr. Rangers will be introduced to six different topics: Duties of a Ranger, Natural Resources, Plant Life, Wildlife, Habitats, and Ohlone Native Americans.For registration forms or more information call 846-8902 or 846-5632.

Youth Advisory Commission
Established to advise City Council on matters pertaining to youth and teens in Milpitas. Meets: 7:00 p.m. in the Milpitas Community Center on the 2nd Thursday of the month.

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