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Welcome to Our Northern Cheyenne Club!

Providing a safe environment for our youth for over 20 years!



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Through Covid & Crisis Our Club Models Community Resilience

In August 2021 the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council declared that the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Cheyenne Nation facility/building be utilized as an American Red Cross Shelter. In response to the COVID pandemic, the Northern Cheyenne Tribe (NCT) developed a distribution center for the communities on the Northern Cheyenne reservation. 


Culturally Relevant  Afterschool & Summer Programs

Art & Culture - Technology -Tutoring - Healthy Snacks - Field Trips - Games - Outdoor Activities - Community Service -Teen Activities - Health Education

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It Takes a Community

Our youth enjoyed a busy summer full of activities. We appreciate the great community partners who helped us offer fun and meaningful activities for our youth: Northern Cheyenne Tribal Board of Health and Northern Cheyenne Fire Department!

From sport camps and block parties to environmental camps and water splash days. From back to school bash to conversations with a punk rock star and a traditional storyteller, we provide diverse opportunities for our youth.

See how we came together!
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New Staff!

Kaycee Martinez is the new Family Spirt Family Health Educator. Family Spirit is a program promoting maternal and early childhood health. She earned her Psychiatric Rehabilitation degree, with a minor in psychology and licensed addictions counseling options, from MSU-Billings. 

Kaycee is also, a former Boys & Girls Club member! She has returned to the Northern Cheyenne Boys & Girls Club to help make things better for our communities. 

Learn More about Family Spirit
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Through the GEER program, our youth have used Transfr’s VR technology and services to enhance career preparation by using simulations of real jobs in actual industries. Our youth can explore job options that might not have occurred to them.

Equipped with new insights into their possible career paths, they can pursue academic coursework and pastimes to help prepare them for job opportunities in Montana.

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