We engage with youth and teens in a variety of programs, including health and wellness, life skill development, employment and training, education, social, recreational programming. Below is a sample of programs. This does not include the many one‐time programs that we will hold for youth and teens at various locations through New Jersey.

Teens take the city

Teens Take The City is a leadership development program that offers teens the opportunity to get involved in issues affecting their community. Teens will help clean their city by doing community services, from painting over graffiti to serving meals to those in need.

Saturday, February 27, 2021

Teen Meeting

Saturday, February 27, 2021
Saturday, March 27, 2021

Leadership Bootcamp

Does the thought of giving a presentation to a group give you the chills? Are you nervous to even speak to a small group of people when the focus is all on you? Want to build confidence and learn how to communicate without being afraid? In this 2-hour bootcamp, local entrepreneur Frank DiCola will show you how he overcame stage fright and became a confident public speaker. You'll be challenged to leave your comfort zone, play group speaking games, critique each other (constructively) and emerge from the bootcamp with more confidence in our voices.
Saturday, March 27, 2021


Introduce teens to the business world and inspire those to start/own their own company or endeavor one day. Business plans, market studies, profit/loss, product testing are all examples of topics to cover.  Tour a local business to observe various functions or positions.  Following the tour start your own company by electing a president, vice presidents for various departments, and positions.  Have participants create their own entrepreneurial idea and conduct a contest for the best presented business plan. This model can be used when teaching teens about entrepreneurship, running a corporation, a retail store etc.

March meeting TBA

planning Meeting

Looking for volunteer professionals to help us create curriculum for this program
March meeting TBA
April meeting TBA

planning Meeting

Looking for volunteer professionals to help us create curriculum for this program
April meeting TBA

swim lessons

Swimming lessons teach children self-confidence, encourage physical fitness and cut the risk of drowning.

More information coming soon

Summer Camp


To empower, strengthen and promote self-sufficiency among the Hoboken housing authority residents.  The ultimate benefit of these services is

improved outcomes related to social, family and community functioning, as well as physical wellness.

Program Objective

Community Lifestyle’s Summer Program focuses on two main goals:

1.   To provide comprehensive, supervised childcare that will have an in-depth impact on children and families by allowing for:

  • Parent’s Employment

  • The Economic Stability of the Family

  • A Positive Experience for Children in terms of Care,

  • Self Development and Education

2.   To create an environment that fosters opportunities for the development of the child in the areas of:

  • Character
  • Physical Education
  • Cognitive Growth
  •  Social/Emotional Growth
Program Goals
  • To provide a pleasant transition as the child moves between grades.
  • To encourage and assist parents/guardians in being partners in their child’s education.
  • To create a safe environment, where children feel secure and successful.
  • To foster readiness skills through language, literacy, mathematics, science, music & movement, and art.
  • To help children appreciate and respect individual differences.
  • To promote play as a vital source for developing the whole child.
  • To instill a love of learning.
  • To inspire each child to reach for their individual potential.
  • All children and adults must have their temperature checked before entering the field
  • Hand sanitizer and disinfectants are available throughout each program area
  • Staff/volunteers will be required to have COVID testing done prior to the start of camp