Annex Teen Clinic. Provides low cost, sexuality-related health care for adolescents and young adults through age Avenues for Homless Youth.
For our young people, the right guidance and support can make a real difference in figuring out who they are and what they can achieve. The Y is committed to nurturing teens and college students to help them grow strong roots for success. Through our leadership programs, the Y strives to ensure that every young person has an opportunity to envision and pursue a positive future.
The Minnesota Youth Program provides short-term employment and training services to low-income and at-risk youth ages 14 to 24 who lack the academic and applied skills considered critical in the workplace. Work readiness training focuses on the basics that employers expect: attendance, punctuality, teamwork, communication skills, and problem-solving. Training sessions are interactive.
Discover your inner leader with Youth Programs as we journey through the summer exploring interesting topics in a fun, high-energy environment. University Youth Programs offer summer fun and activity in a variety of settings--no two days are alike as you discover the best the University and surrounding areas have to offer. Structured as weekly day camps for youth agesall camps feature rock climbing, swimming, high-quality facilities, and energetic staff to create a full day of quality activities and a summer like no other.
Engaging students through fun activities that support learning, creativity, and school success. Supporting classroom learning with service-learning training and resources. The mission of City of Lakes AmeriCorps is to provide Long-Term English Learners access to grade-level content through dedicated and rigorous language learning support.
The group meets weekly to learn about working at an art center, connect with contemporary art and artists, and create new ways for the Twin Cities teen community to experience the Walker. Over the years its members have developed exhibitions and events to showcase teen artists, invited resident artists to give talks and lead classes, developed marketing materials and strategies, written and published original work for print and online, planned regional film festivals, and partnered with local groups to present programs throughout Minneapolis and St. Teen programs bring a special vitality to the Walker, and these experiences have helped alumni attain scholarships and audiences for their work, secure curatorial and educational positions, and use their organizational and arts advocacy skills in their colleges and home communities.
Createch Studio, located inside Arlington Hills Community Centeris a creative tinkering space for Saint Paul teens, providing a physical space to gather, access tools needed to pursue interests, spark new passions, and be encouraged by mentors who support their individual growth. Createch Studio offers tools necessary to explore sewing, circuitry, crafting, photography, videography, audio recording, drawing, videogames, software and apps. Rice Teen Zone, located inside Rice Recreation Centeris a safe place for teens to gather and interact with each other under the supervision of mentors.
The mission is to teach filmmaking as a means of engaging kids in their education—developing artistic, critical thinking, and career skills while examining issues in their own environments. JuiceMedia is an after-school youth filmmaking collective of high school students. The program meets pm, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Metro Transit bus cards are provided for Minneapolis and St.
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