Our mission is to support, encourage, & empower young people to become their best selves.

The Hub serves youth in grades 7-12 from Bradford, Vermont, and surrounding towns.

The Hub’s hours:
Wednesday 3-6
Thursday 3-6
Friday 3-8
Saturday 2-7

Following Vermont state guidelines, those who are vaccinated do not have to wear a mask at the Hub.
Masks are required for those who are not vaccinated.

The Hub offers a safe and fun place for youth in our community to spend time. There is quiet space to socialize, do school work (with help available); there are board games, video games, air hockey, pool table, laptops to use, a piano, arts and crafts supplies, arts & crafts supplies, and more, as well as free healthy snacks. We also offer weekly activities like Magic Club, Friday night cooking, and our new STEM program!

Latest News:

July 2021 - The Bradford Teen Center has been awarded a $10,000 grant by The Couch Family Foundation, in support of the Center’s programs to benefit youth from Bradford and surrounding Vermont towns. The Foundation partners with Upper Valley organizations “working to improve children’s health and well-being, early learning and development, family resiliency, and community vibrancy.”

“We are very grateful for the Couch Family Foundation’s recognition and support of the important work we do with local youth,” said Patrick Peters, President of the teen center’s Board of Directors. “Our teens deserve our best efforts, and the Foundation’s gift will help us continue to provide quality programming and events.”

July 2021 - Welcome to our new Interim Director!

Bradford Teen Center is delighted to welcome Christiane Carroll as Interim Director at The Hub, following Patrick Peters in that role. Carroll will be at The Hub to welcome area teens, overseeing ongoing activities such as the Food & Nutrition program, STEM education, and Magic Club.

Carroll, former director of Blake Memorial Library in East Corinth, Vermont, is looking forward to working again with youth in a new setting. “The Hub is a wonderful thread in the fabric of our rich community,” she said, “and I’m pleased to have the opportunity to give back to and work with our youth, as well as collaborate with other local organizations.”

July 2021 - Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program

The Bradford Hannaford’s leadership team has chosen Bradford Teen Center as the July beneficiary of the Fight Hunger Bag Program! Each month, Hannaford stores focus on a local non-profit, which receives $1 from every purchase of a $2.50 reusable Fight Hunger Bag at Hannaford’s. Local shoppers can reduce single-use plastic in the environment and give back to those in need in the local community, all while running routine weekly errands.

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