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United States Air Force
8001 G Ave SE
Kirtland AFB, NM 87117
A wide range of programs are available for youth and teens, including youth sports and recreation programs, educational programs and programs that support leadership and career development. Please review the information to learn what programs and services are available at this installation.
The Kirtland AFB Youth Center has a wide variety of classes and activities for children 5-18 years of age and offers a before and after school program. An activities calendar is published every month. If you would like to find out more information please contact the Youth Center at (505) 853-KIDS.Daily programs are free for members, club membership is $30 per year per child and there are no annual fees for instructional classes. Youth will receive complete access to open recreation area to check out games, some sports equipment, and more.
Keystone Club---Keystone Club meets every Saturday from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. for ages 14 - 18. Develops good character and positive leadership skills among teens.
Power Hour assists with homework activities for anyone who needs it! Power Hour is available Monday - Friday, 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
AAFES hires youth for positions such as stocker, laborer, and custodian. Applicant must be at least 16 years old. During the school year, high school students are only allowed to work until 10 p.m. Please contact AAFES via their website at http://odin.aafes.com/Employment/default.aspCommissary - The Kirtland AFB Commissary has positions for teen baggers. Requirements are a valid ID card. Baggers work for tips only. Contact the Lead Bagger at the Commissary .
The YES program (Youth Employment Skills) is offered by the Air Force Aid Society and provides an opportunity for high school students to earn money for college and gain career experience through volunteering. Contact the Youth Center for more information on the YES program at (505) 853-KIDS (5437).
The Kirtland AFB Youth Center has a wide variety of classes and activities for children school age -18 years old. They publish a calendar every month and offer a before and after school program. Programs available at the Youth Center include School Age Program; Summer Camp; Homework Club; Teen Nights; Boys and Girls Club and lots of sports options. Call (505) 853-KIDS / (505) 846-2042.
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Boy/Girl Scouts Troop 85, call (505) 292-0170 for more information and location.
Great Southwest Council, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA5841 Office Boulevard NE | Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109Telephone (505) 345-8603 | Toll Free 800-368-9218Fax (505) 345-4201 | Scout Shop Fax (505) 345-3193
Graduated driver licensing eases beginning drivers into traffic by limiting their exposure to driving situations proven to be particularly dangerous. Teens begin driving with certain conditions that are gradually relaxed as drivers mature and develop greater driving skills.Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) – 3 StagesStage 1: Instructional Permit– To get an instructional permit, a teen must be at least 15 years old, and go into a MVD Field Office with the following documents:Proof of having completed or of being enrolled in a state-approved driver education program;Proof of identity, identification number and New Mexico residency, to include:One (1) proof of identification number, andOne (1) proof of identity, andTwo (1) proofs or New Mexico residency.At least one of the ‘proof of identity’ or ‘proof of identification number’ documents must also show the teen’s date of birth.At the MVD Field Office the teen and the parent/ guardian will complete and sign an instructional permit application. Then, the teen must:- Pass a vision test- Pass a written test or provide a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from a state-approved driver education school that includes a 3-hour DWI component- Pay an instructional permit application fee- Once the teen gets the instructional permit, the teen must:- Hold the instructional permit for at least six months;- Complete a state-approved driver education program;- Drive with an adult 21 or older who has been licensed for a minimum of 3 years;- Complete 50 hours of supervised driving practice, including 10 hours at night;- Maintain a clean driving record for the 90 days preceding application for Stage 2; and- Not drink and drive. Even a .02 percent concentration of alcohol – barely one drink – could result in a 6-month license revocation for drivers under age 21.Stage 2: Provisional License – To get a provisional license, a teen must be at least 15 ½ years old and have successfully completed Stage 1. At the MVD Field Office the teen and the parent/ guardian will complete and sign a provisional license application. In signing the provisional license application, the teen and the parent verify that the teen:- Has completed Stage 1 successfully;- Has been driving only with an adult 21 years or older who has been licensed for at least 3 years;- Has not been convicted of a traffic violation* in the 90 days preceding application for a provisional license; and- Has not been drinking and driving.Then, the teen must: - Provide a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from a state-approved driver education school that includes a 3-hour DWI component.- Provide the GDL driving log that shows the teen has completed the practice driving component of 50 hours behind the wheel training, 10 of which are at night. The driving log must be signed by the parent or guardian.- Pass a road skills exam. If the teen has taken a road skills exam with a contracted ‘Driver Education School,’ the teen must provide the Certificate of Completion with the test scores.Once the provisional license is issued, the following conditions apply:- The teen driver must hold the provisional license for at least 12 months.- Unless a licensed driver age 21 or older is in the vehicle, a provisional license-holder may not have more than one passenger in the vehicle under the age of 21 who is not an immediate family member.- The teen driver may not operate a motor vehicle between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m. unless accompanied by a licensed driver age 21 or older. Exceptions are permitted for school, employment, family and medical need, or religious functions (licensees must carry a statement from the appropriate school, or religious official, employer, doctor, or parent/ guardian).Stage 3: Full License –To get a full-unrestricted license, the teen and the parent/ guardian must complete and sign a driver license application. In signing the driver license application, the teen and the parent verify that the teen: - Has completed Stage 2 successfully;- Has not been convicted of a traffic violation* 90 days preceding application for a full license;- Does not have any traffic violations* pending at the time of application for a driver license; and- Has not been found guilty or have an offense pending involving the use of alcohol or drugs during the provisional period.If the teen is 18 years or older, only the teen needs to sign the application.*The traffic violations include: • Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device or Signal • Failure to Obey Traffic Control Signal • Speeding • Homicide by Vehicle • Injury to Pregnant Woman by Vehicle • DWI or Drugs • Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test • Reckless or Careless Driving • Careless Driving • Racing on Highways • Failure to Yield
- Instructional Permit - $10.00- Provisional License - $18.00- Full-Unrestricted License – 4-year license is $18.00; 8-year license is $34.00