Volunteers Needed for Fall 2013 Academic Programs

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Tutors, mentors, instructors, 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!


September 17th and 25th At the Waldorf West Branch Library


6:00 - 7:00pm

Webinar: September 26th 8:00 - 9:00pm

Located in Southern Maryland

View Volunteer Flyer Click Here


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


Programs for K - 12th grades


  • Math Program: Connects classroom math concepts to the real world through projects and interactive activities that engages students and improves math and logical thinking skills. 
  • Reading & Writing Program: An interactive program to get participants excited about reading and writing through class projects and activities. Students will also keep a personal journal to allow for creativity and practicing writing skills.
  • College Bound:Provide resources and motivate high school students on their journey to higher education.
  • Mentoring Program: Through discussions and activities, mentors will work one-on-one and in groups to inspire, motivate, and support students to achieve their personal/academic goals. 


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!

Questions? Contact us! Natasha Wilkerson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1-877-500-5591 (ext. 118)

Volunteer 2013 Appreciation Luau Pool Party


Future Next Volunteer Appreciation Luau!

 Held its very own appreciation party on Saturday, August 3rd from

2:30 - 7:00pm

at the Holiday Inn Express Conference Room & Pool Area

Wow was it a HUGE success!! Talk about a day to remember full of thank you's, celebrating and fellowship as volunteers young and old of this amazing organization “Future Next”! We're coming together as a community to bring quality affordable academic after school and summer enrichment programs to our youth! Already looking forward to next year! Volunteers R.O.C.K.!

Check out Appreciation Party photo album by clicking here: Volunteers R.O.C.K.

If you would like to volunteer or find out more information about current opportunities please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

“How can we expect our children to know and experience the joy of giving unless we teach them that the greater pleasure in life lies in the art of giving rather than receiving.”

James Cash Penney,  Founder of J.C. Penney 

Fresh Fish Dinners Coming Right Up!



Come let us serve you!

FNC will hold it's 3rd Annual Fish Fry on Saturday's from 11-3pm at Childtime Daycare center parking lot located at: 78 Industrial Park Drive, Waldorf, MD 20602

Here's our complete summer 2013 schedule:

Saturday, June 29th

Saturday, July 20th

Saturday, August 10th

Saturday, September 14th

Last year our fish fry was a huge success. You have to come out and try some of our delicious fresh fish dinners while supporting a great cause: afterschool and summer enrichment programs! You don't want to miss it so mark your calendars!!!

See you there!

Click here to sign up to receive automatic text alerts: TextMeFishFry

Proceeds from the event will benefit our afterschool and summer programs - a year-round tutoring program designed to empower youth to take charge of their lives, complete high school and move forward in earning a secondary education after high school. Our program pledges to offer guidance that will keep youth engaged, encouraged, challenged, and motivated to complete high school while also preparing for their life after high school.

Future Next Recipients of the 2nd Annual William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award

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 Presented by the Comptroller of Maryland to Future Next Corporation!

The William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award is given to the individuals and organizations in each county in Maryland and Baltimore City best exemplifying William Donald Schaefer’s lifelong commitment to helping people. Out of all the charities in Charles County our organization was presented with this honorable award on Thursday July, 25, 2013. This is a great achievement for our organization and the community we serve!

Above photo: Comptroller Franchot with Delegate Peter Murphy, County Commissioner Ken Robinson, Register of Wills Lorraine Hennesey, Nicole Thomas – Executive Officer, Future Next, Dana Latimer – Vice Chair

Maryland Comptroller Website 

Review Ceremony Photo's Here


“Love cannot remain by itself — it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action and that action is service.”


 Mother Teresa

Summer CAMP 2013 Register today!



FNC proudly presents the 
2nd Annual Summer CAMP Programs! 

CAMP = Children’s Academic Motivational Programs

June 24th - August 8th, 2013
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.

Session1: Sunday, April 28th at 4pm

Future Next Headquarters
10665 Stanhaven Pl
 Café Conference Room (Rm. 3120)
White Plains, MD
Session 2: Wednesday, May 1st at 6pm
Waldorf West Branch Library
Meeting Room A

RSVP for informational:
Register Here!   

The 2nd 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 June 24th – August 8th, Monday through Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 7:30pm in Waldorf, Maryland.

Program Overview: 


Monday: MATH 

3rd – 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 – 2nd grade Enrichment on Monday evenings!


Tuesday: SCIENCE

3rd – 8th grade

Led by a 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

3rd – 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.


3rd – 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 fitness, health, poetry, African American History, business, and more.


Contact Director of Programs, Natasha Wilkerson  at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for more informatoin.