Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs demonstrating babysitting and childcare methods.
Photographs of YWCA of the USA camps and camp activities including sports, swimming, hiking, bible studies, horseback riding, and pageants.
Photographs of the Y-Teen work camp in Grand Teton National Park working with the United States Forest Service creating the Gros Ventre Interpretive Tail. Photographs include images of the trail, participants doing trail work, placing signs, camping activities, trail dedication ceremonies, scenes, and the presentation of a film to the White House.
Photographs highlighting programs and activities for teenage girls at local YWCA associations. Photographed activities include day trips and beach outings, hikes, service projects, religious activities, meetings of teenage groups, and other social activities. Many of the local associations are identified on the backs of the photographs.
Photographs highlighting classes for teenage and younger girls at select community associations including a typing class, cooking classes, and babysitting classes.
Group phootographs and portraits of teenage members of community associations.
Group photographs of Girl Reserves and Y-Teens from community associations.
Photographs of community association Y-Teen meetings.
Photographs of volunteer and service projects for teenage participants of community associations. Photographed activities include, neighborhood improvement projects, anti-litter campaigns, volunteering at day camps for children, tutoring, "big sister" and mentoring programs, volunteer work at children's homes, and hospital volunteers.
Photograph of women sitting around a podium at the Consultation on the Job Market and Career Development.
Special sessions and participation for teenage visiting delegates to the National Convention of the YWCA of the U.S.A. allow youth the chance to participate in the national body of the organization, develop leadership skills and meet other Y-Teen members. Program outlines and memorandums sent to Y-Teen leaders give an overview of the Y-Teen's role in the convention. Registration forms lists members and their home associations.
Reports from the Sixth National Convention for the Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. Reports update and assess the needs of departments in the YWCA of the U.S.A. including, foreign work, town and county, student, business and professional, industrial, finance and others. Other reports address war work during World War I, methods for reaching women and achieving YWCA goals in local associations, and National Board business and recommendations.
Photographs from the Y-Teen eastern region sectional conference held at Sarah Lawrence College including photographs of the grounds, conference sessions, religious activities, and recreation. Conference sessions and activities included speakers, discussion groups, and a visit to migrant worker camps.
Photographs of YWCA of the USA Girl Reserve Eight Week Clubs. Most are group photographs with clubs identified on the back of the photographs.
The First National Y-Teen Conference brought together Y-Teens from across the country to develop their leadership skills, participate in the larger YWCA movement, and learn from their peers and adult leaders. Photographs include conference ceremonials at the National Cathedral, conference sessions, a numbered series of photographs with index, and group photographs.