Forms Needed For Childcare and Youth Sports at JB MDL

Forms Needed For Childcare and Youth Sports at JB MDL


87FSS Youth Programs will implement Annual Membership Fees starting 1 April 2018

Click here for more information
Youth Residential Camp 2018A
FSS youth CENTER at Falcon courts north:

Bldg. 3830 East Scott Street


Administration Hours:

Monday – Friday: 10am – 5:30pm

Facility Hours of Operation:

Monday – Thursday: 3pm – 7pm
Friday: 3pm – 9pm
Saturday: 1pm – 9pm

FSS youth center at garden terrace:

Bldg. 1279 Locust Street


Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday: 2pm - 7pm
Friday: 2pm-10pm
Saturday: 2pm-10pm (Pre-Teens permitted until 7pm)

FSS YOUTH programs at walsh drive:

Bldg. 487 Walsh Drive


Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday: 6:45am – 5:30pm

Will you be living or working at JB MDL soon? If so, welcome to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey!

Are you interested in getting to know someone before you get here? Do you want to know about the 87FSS Youth Programs, local schools, find out about the local area and points of interest? We can answer your questions and put your mind at ease about living at JB MDL.

Central Registration Office is a one-stop office for information, availability, registration, and maintains a centralized JB MDL waiting list for Child and Youth Programs at JB MDL. The Office is located at Bldg. 3435 on Broidy Road. You can contact them at 609.754.3259 / 3098 for FSS Youth Center at Falocn Courts North and at Garden Terrace, and 732.323.4043 for FSS Youth Center at Walsh Drive for more info and eligibility.

Military and DOD civilian families can now search for child and youth care options through a single website! provides comprehensive information on child care programs worldwide. Families can search for the care they need and submit a request for care anytime, anywhere. This website replaces the waitlist process at Child Development Centers, Youth Programs and Family Child Care. For questions/support, call 855.696.2934.
If you are a family on a current waitlist, your existing requests will be transferred to MCC for you. You will receive an email with instructions to login and create an account so that you can access your requests.
If you are not on an existing waitlist, you may create an account on MCC at any time.
Just follow the four simple steps below:
Create an Account: Go to to create an account containing information about your family, or login using an existing username and password.
Search and Request Care: Search the system for the child care options that best fit your needs and submit your requests for care.
Manage Requests: You can manage your requests for care from anywhere in the world.
Update Profile: Keep your My Profile page up-to-date with important information.
87FSS Youth Programs consists of:

Youth Services: Youth Services implements programming to meet the needs of middle school and high school students.

Youth Sports and Instructional Classes: FSS Youth Sports includes basketball, soccer, football, baseball and cheerleading and provides competitive and non-competitive sports and fitness activities. Instructional classes include ballet, piano, dance, martial arts, fitness and babysitting courses.

For more information about FSS Youth Sports, please click here.
For more information about FSS Instructional Classes, please click here.
Keystone Club:

Boys and Girls Clubs of America teen character and leadership program. “Keystoning” is the Boys & Girls Club Movement’s ultimate teen program at every Youth Center. This unique leadership development experience provides opportunities for young people ages 14 to 18. Youth participate, both in and out of the Club, in activities that have three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. With the guidance of an adult advisor, Keystone Clubs aim to have a positive impact on members, the Club and community.

Annually, BGCA hosts the National Keystone Conference, a character and leadership development conference for Boys & Girls Club teens that brings together members from all across the globe. Throughout the conference, Keystone members engage and socialize with peers, explore relevant issues, and develop skills to support and enhance efforts in their local Boys & Girls Clubs and communities.

For more information, please click here or ask any FSS Youth Programs' staff member.

Torch Club:

Torch Clubs are chartered, small-group leadership and service clubs for youth ages 10 to 12. A Torch Club is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their life. Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation. All youth members are welcome to join.

For more information ask any YP staff member.

Youth Employment Skills (YES) Program:

The Youth Employment Skills (YES) Program is an on-base youth volunteer program funded by the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) and jointly administered by AFAS and Airman & Family Services Flight. This program, being offered at select Air Force bases, offers high school-aged dependents of Active Duty / Title 10 Air Force members an opportunity to learn valuable work skills while having a positive impact on their base communities. Program participation incentives are in the form of dollar credits for grant funding. The YES Program allows all certified and enrolled high school students to “bank” volunteer dollar credits toward their post-secondary education/training at a rate of $4 per hour volunteered in an on-base position. Students may accumulate as many as 250 hours, for a potential $1000 maximum, over all four years of high school combined. In addition, the participating base youth program will “bank” base community credits at a rate of $2 for every hour volunteered per student, up to a maximum of $10,000 per program year. For purposes of this program, “program year” is defined as the 12-month period beginning 1 June through 31 May of each year. FSS Youth Director, as part of Airman & Family Services Flight, manages the YES Program at base level. When you graduate the money will be waiting for you to help with your college tuition!

For more information ask any YP staff member.

The Congressional Award:

The Congressional Award is the United States Congress’ award for young Americans. It is non-partisan, voluntary, and non-competitive. The program is open to all 14 to 23-year-old; young people may register when they turn 13 1/2 years old and must complete their activities before their 24th birthday. Participants earn Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Certificates and Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Medals. Each level involves setting goals in four program areas; Volunteer Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration. Earning the Award is a fun and interesting way to get more involved in something you already enjoy or something you’d like to try for the first time. You move at your own pace – on your own or with your friends. This is not an award for past accomplishments. Instead, you are honored for achieving your own challenging goals after registering for the program. Regardless of your situation, you can earn the Congressional Award. The Congressional Award has no minimum grade point average requirements. It accommodates young people with special needs or disabilities who are willing to take the challenge.

For more information, please click here or ask any FSS Youth Program staff member.

Teen Council:

At JB MDL, the Teen Council identifies local teen concerns, brainstorm solutions, and initiates change with the assistance of their Teen Staff Advisor. This organization is a teen group which empowers youth to support and influence Youth Programs, installation, school, and the JB MDL military community. Through the Teen Council, teens have the opportunity to pursue leadership roles on the Regional and Air Force level Teen Council. All youth ages 13-18 are welcome to join.

For more information ask any YP staff member.

Youth of the Year:

Each year, installations select one teen as the BGCA Youth of the Year to represent their youth center. Selected youth have the opportunity to compete at the installation, state, regional, and national level. Selected youth earn scholarships while representing their installation, family, and their military branch of service. Annually, installation winners are recognized at a ceremony provided by the Air Force Services Activity Child and Youth Programs. All High School students are welcome to compete.

For more information ask any YP staff member.

FSS Youth Programs also offers FUN programs/events such as:
  • Youth Game Night
  • Teen Midnight Basketball
  • Torch/Keystone Clubs Community Projects
  • Pre-Teen Dance
  • Youth Life Skill Workshop
  • Family Game Night
  • Summer Camp
  • Pre-Teen TGIF Night
  • Teen Council
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If you want to get to know the 87FSS Youth Sponsorship Program, we need a small amount of information so a staff member from the 87FSS Youth Center and Central Registration can contact you about our programs and the registration process.