The Teen Hub
Get engaged and get active with The Hub! Find your fellow sports fans, athletes, young leaders, and environmental activists here.
Even in this unpredictable time, you still can engage with your community, make a difference and become a leader virtually. Find your interests and get engaged today!
Our planet's future depends on us. In Earth Service Corps, teens meet virtually to take on the environmental issues facing their communities, hear from guest speakers, and create projects to address these needs.
Become familiar with the legislative process, the art of debate, and public speaking, all online from home! Alongside their peers, students will have the opportunity to study current issues, draft legislative bills, debate topics that are important to them, and assume the roles of various elected officials. Program starts in late October and runs for 8 months.
To request scholarship information or learn more about the program, email Courtney Whitaker.
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art that uses bare feet and hands. All Tae Kwon Do students learn punches, blocks and self-defense techniques, but kicks are the Tae Kwon Do trademark. Each class is led by an instructor over a virtual platform for a fun and exciting way to build confidence, strength, and discipline through the teachings of this ancient practice.
Next session starts in April.
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Join the Y’s community response to provide child care for first responders, food support for kids, shelter for at-risk youth, and outreach to seniors.
Regular exercise is one component of a healthy lifestyle. It can also help reduce stress and prevent illness. From barre to yoga, we've got you covered for at-home workouts.
At the Y, we are here for our community. We've tapped into our network to pull together resources for those who may be experiencing hardship during this time.