Virtual Village 2.0 After-school Programs 
October 5 - December 12
This summer's Virtual Village returns with after-school programming!

When the learning day is over, kids and youth still need to engage in activities to keep them entertained and help them thrive. After-school programs have been shown to improve students’ academic performance, encouraging physical activity and good dietary habits, and improve classroom behavior.

Virtual Village 2.0 offers classes Monday - Saturday, including:
  • Girl Scouts, More to Explore
  • Be Someone Chess Program
  • University Bridges
  • Helping All Students Master Mathematics
  • and much more!
To view all program offerings and to register, please visit DeKalbOYS.

"Wow, That's Crazy!" Youth Mental Health Symposium
Thursday, October 1 | 6:00-7:30pm
This forum will provide DeKalb County youth, parents, and guardians with supportive dialogue, empathetic coping tools and resources for navigating youth mental health through the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a look from the lens of DeKalb County youth, sharing their
thoughts and emotions, of the affects this pandemic is having on their mental health.
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Metro Atlanta College Access Conference
Tuesday, October 6 | 6:00-9:00pm
The DeKalb Human Services Department’s Office of Youth Services is hosting the Metro Atlanta College Access Conference virtually in partnership with CollegeAIM.
The Metro Atlanta College Access Conference connects public high school students, representative of Greater Atlanta, with supportive postsecondary options. During the workshops, students and parents learn the ins and outs of college admissions and financial aid before visiting the virtual college fair to explore specific colleges and chat with admission representatives.
Students and families will:
  • Uncover new college options through a robust search tool
  • Experience virtual campus tours 
  • Watch videos and download materials designed to help in the college decision making process
  • Schedule meetings and interviews with admissions representatives 
Visit to register, and view the schedule and speakers.