Youth Education & Outreach

Multicultural youth education and outreach in Moab helps our youth find positive cultural role models and gives support to parents in need a caring support system. Focusing on children ages 4-18 with an emphasis on immigrant, minority, indigenous, and vulnerable youth, the Moab Valley Multicultural Center hosts free or low-cost youth programming year round, including the Multicultural Mural’s outdoor diversity classroom. Youth programs focus on multidimensional learning, positive self-esteem, community service, and the celebration of cultural diversity.

We love to partner with other organizations to provide fun and exciting hands-on learning experiences.

Youth Programs & Registration

Infant-K: Toddler Time 

In collaboration with the Grand County Public Library, a book is read in Spanish and English to increase exposure to the Spanish language. All are welcome, Wednesdays 10:30-11:30am in the Moab Library Large Meeting Room.

K-12: Amigos to Amiguitos

Be a mentor or mentee! Each week we pair older youth with a younger friend for supervised reading, dinner, and fun activities.

Register Online with MVMC

K-12: Field Trips & Cultural Classroom Topics

We are happy to host field trips and offer cultural classroom visits on topics of your choosing.

K-8: BEACON Afterschool Program

Come to the MVMC after school! Sign up through the BEACON Afterschool Program.

Register Online with BEACON

Grades 1-6: Splashin' Spanish Summer Camp

Register for Splashin' Spanish summer day camp (July 2019). This camp goes Monday- Thursday, July 22-25 and July 29-August 1). 

Register Online with MVMC

All Ages: Multicultural Mural

The Multicultural Mural is Moab’s first and only outdoor diversity classroom with original curriculum for all grade levels. A free self-guided audio tour is also available.

Check out the Mural

Additionally, MVMC facilitates youth tutoring and crisis intervention services as needed.

By providing multicultural education and outreach for youth in Moab, we hope to facilitate cross-cultural friendships and foster greater curiosity and understanding of diverse cultures. We also aim to promote better health and literacy for youth in Moab, and demonstrate the importance that all children should feel loved and supported by their community to ensure future success and achievement.