Kids at after school club having fun and hanging out with a dog


Registration is Now Closed!

Oregon Humane Society’s After School Clubs aim to inspire, educate, and empower today’s youth to create a more humane future for animals. Sessions will feature socialization with shelter pets, animal enrichment crafts, and presentations from professionals of the industry. These clubs are not only FUN but they teach real-world skills that are foundational for future careers in the field of animal welfare!

October 5 – 26, Wednesdays, 6 to 7:30 p.m. 

Calling all future Animal Professionals! This club is an opportunity to dip your toes in the field of Animal Health and Wellness. We will explore a variety of species and breeds, learning about everything from biology to the behavior of the pets we serve

November 2 – 30 (NO Club on Nov. 23) , Wednesdays, 6 to 7:30 p.m. 
In this four-week course, participants will learn how protective laws are created, and what they can do to stand up for animals in their communities. We will have guest speakers from our very own Humane Law Enforcement team to share their firsthand experiences of how they use empathy and compassion to respond to calls for help.

We are currently holding clubs in-person. While we are not requiring masks, we want to remind people that wearing masks is still a way to help protect yourselves from the spread. We will continue to hold programs in-person as it is safe to do so. OHS has mandated that staff be vaccinated or tested weekly.

Applications for 2022 Scholarships are available. Send us a message.

Oregon Humane Society believes in providing opportunities for all children to be able to attend our programs.  We are committed to serving as many families as possible; however, scholarship funds are limited. Awards will be for 50-100% of camp tuition.