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The community service paradigm that the Boys and Girls Club best fits is the social change paradigm. The social change paradigm “transforms” individuals by building relationships and continually works at the cause of the social issue. The organization exemplifies change for juvenile delinquency and education through positive mentorship. The program directly works with the children to “transform” them into respectable adults with resources they would otherwise not be privy to.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Boys and Girls Club; Juvenile deliquency; After school programs; Community service; Social change
After-school programs; Boys & Girls Clubs of America; Juvenile delinquency; Social change; Service Learning
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Ahia, Alex, "Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada: John D. "Jackie" Gaughan Clubhouse" (2018). Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202). 21.
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