Events

Volunteers Wanted for 2016 Programs!

Tutors, mentors, instructors, speakers and occasional volunteers  are all welcome!
Volunteer with Future Next, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality 
educational programs for K-12 students in the local community.

 

We are searching for volunteers passionate about youth education to support our programs, and all backgrounds and experiences are welcome!

 

Attend an informational to learn how you can support!

Complete a volunteer form (Highschool and College/Adults form) and we'll send you an email confirmation with volunteer informational teleconference info. 

Programs typically runs between 5:30-7:30pm Monday - Thursday

 

Programs for K - 12th grades

 

Why volunteer? 

 

  • Be a part of the community
  • Meet new people
  • Develop new skills
  • Be a positive role model 

 

Make a difference in the life of a struggling youth! Thanks for your continued support!

 

Happy New Year from Future Next!

 

Heart & Sole 5K Walk

Come out and enjoy a walk/run the whole family can participate in! Tickets price includes ample water, a hydrating run snack, and some bling to show your friends that you completed the 2nd Annual Southern Maryland Chapter of Jack and Jill 5k run. Registration begins at 8 am with the  run start time at 9 a.m.

Jack and Jill of Southern Maryland teams up with Future Next in an effort to raise funds to support our programming efforts. Come out and get moving with us while supporting a great cause, Future Next!  

To learn more:

REGISTER HERE

5k Walk Waiver

We hope to see you there!

Homework Help is BACK 2016!

Back by popular demand HOMEWORK HELP is BACK!

FNC is proud to announce the re-launch of its Homework Help Program.

Program Overview:

The 3rd Annual Homework Help program will provide students an opportunity to receive one on one tutoring support in a specific subject. Subject Tutoring is supplemental learning for a specific subject, typically for students from elementary and middle school. For example, FNC helps students such as the 7th grader struggling with pre-algebra and materials must be available during the time of tutoring session. With the new common core standards this is a great program for your student to learn, remediate and sustain the needed skills and techniques that will assist in mastering mandatory course work.  

 

Session 1: Tuesday, February 2nd at 5:30pm

Waldorf West Branch Library

Meeting Room A

10405 O’Donnell Pl, Waldorf, MD

 

Session 2: Monday, February 8th at 5:30pm

Waldorf West Branch Library

Meeting Room A

10405 O’Donnell Pl, Waldorf, MD

 

Session 3: Tuesday, February 23rd at 5:30pm

Waldorf West Branch Library

Meeting Room B

10405 O’Donnell Pl, Waldorf, MD

 

March Dates to be determined...

Questions?? Contact Program Director, Nicole Thomas 301-643-4259

 

Spots filling up quickly Register Here

 

 

 
 

Summer CAMP 2014 Register today!

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FNC proudly presents the 

3rd Annual Summer CAMP Programs! 

CAMP = Children’s Academic Motivational Programs

 

July 7th - August 7th, 2014
Monday - Thursday, 5:30 - 7:30pm
K - 8th Grades

Attend a Parent Information & Early Registration Session and 
Get $10 off!

 

Click here for flyer. 

 

Click here for Program Overview flyer.

 

Session 1: Monday, May 19th at 6pm 

Waldorf West Branch Library 

Meeting Room B 

10405 O’Donnell Pl, Waldorf, MD 

 

Session2: Sunday, May 25th at 3pm 

Future Next Headquarters 

10665 Stanhaven Place 

 Café Conference Room (Rm. 3120) 

White Plains, MD 


RSVP for informational here
 
Register Here!   

The 3rd Annual Summer CAMP program will provide students an opportunity to get out of the house during the summer months and be engaged in academic and enrichment activities. Studies show that children experience 22 percent loss over the summer, and this program will aim to reduce the gap by providing a bridge between the school years. The goal is to provide children a place to experience productive but fun learning where creativity is encouraged and guidance is provided by knowledgeable instructors.

 The program will run July 7th – August 7th, Monday through Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 7:30pm in Waldorf, Maryland.

 

Program Overview: 

 

 

Monday: MATH 

4th – 8th grade  

This program is designed to reinforce math concepts through authentic and interesting activities and experiences. Activities will include competitive games, group projects, and real-world examples. Students will be grouped by skill level.

Plus: K – 3rd grade Enrichment on Monday evenings!

 

Tuesday: SCIENCE 

4th – 8th grade

Led each week by a different professional engineer, the Science program will include interactive and hands on activities to excite students about science and engineering by showing them real-world applications. Program projects will include design competitions, science experiments, and hands-on projects covering topics such as aerospace, automotive, infrastructure, electronics, energy, and health. Activities will develop students’ critical thinking, logic, communication, and understanding of basic science concepts.

Wednesday: READING

4th – 8th grade

 An interactive program to get participants excited about reading and writing. Classroom discussions and activities will revolve around a selected book to help build comprehension, vocabulary, and critical thinking. Students will also keep a personal journal to allow for creativity and practicing writing skills.

 

Thursday: “MYSTERY NIGHT”

4th – 8th grade

Anything can happen on Mystery Night! A different guest will come each week to give a presentation or lead activities on topics ranging from sign language, fitness, health, poetry, African American History, business, and more.

 Questions?? Contact Executive Director, Nicole Thomas at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.