Bright Futures: K-5 Enrichment at PCYC – School Year Session

Bright Futures is committed to keeping the health and safety of our scholars, families, staff and community as the highest priority. We’re also committed to making decisions that provide the most opportunity to safely bring scholars together to learn, play and grow.

We’re excited to let you know that Bright Futures will be offering an amazing range of online activities to fit everyone’s needs this school year beginning October 5. Updates and to learn more about our programming year, can be found here.

Every child needs

at least one

adult who is

irrationally crazy

about him or her.

~ Urie Bronfenbrenner


Bright Futures
Dates and Hours

2020-21 School Year

Online Session

October 5 – June 11

Monday – Friday

1:00pm – 4:00pm

2021 Summer Session

Dates, times and learning format to be determined. Check back soon.

Bright Futures
is open to youth:

  • Kindergarten through
    5th grade.
  • Living and/or attending school in North Minneapolis.

Bright Futures

  • Transportation and meals
    are provided.

Bright Futures
creates an
environment of:

  • Achievement
  • Creativity
  • Empowerment
  • Safety
  • Most of all fun!

The core of Bright Futures programming is to build academic and social emotional learning skills while creating opportunities for exposure of art and STEM enrichment activities.

In our program, youth develop a foundation for a bright future, build confidence and thrive through connection, partnership and youth focused programming.

Bright Futures is open to youth in Kindergarten through 5th grade, who live and/or attend school in North Minneapolis. Our program combines academics, social emotional learning and enrichment activities to create an environment of creativity, achievement, and fun!

To find out more about our school year session, summer session and for general program inquiries contact: Jaleeza Smith-Breedlove, Program Director, (612) 643-2096 or

To find out more about volunteer, intern, and partnership opportunities contact:
Jaleeza Smith-Breedlove, Program Director, (612) 643-2096 or