Austin Moulton is 18 years old, has been a Boys and Girls Club member for nine years, since third grade. Growing up, Austin tried to fit in with kids rather than discovering who he really was. Through the Club programs, especially Torch and Keystone Clubs, he was able to become self-confident and find himself. Austin attends Bentonville High School where he is a junior. He loves math and science and is strong in those subjects. Austin was not always a good student but through mentors at the Club he became inspired to work at academics. He has a current GPA of 3.7 and is a nominee for the prestigious Arkansas Governor’s School. At school and in the Club, Austin is involved in a variety of positive activities including: Robotics Team, Technology Student Association, Keystone Club, Passport to Manhood, SMART Moves, and the Police Athletic League. Austin has given back to his community by performing 133 hours of community service in 2012. Following high school Austin plans to continue his education studying aerospace engineering and physics to enable him to pursue a career in aeronautical engineering.
of our club members report finding valuable adult connections at the club.