From Minecraft to yoga, creative writing to Entrepreneuring Youth, teen programs at the Hilltop YMCA encourage kids to imagine, create and learn.
Teen Producers, from Steeltown Entertainment, teaches film production and ultimately aims to connect kids with jobs on movies being shot here.
The URA 's Urban Matters program is helping teens develop responsibility for their neighborhoods. From land banking to producing videos, they get the chance to be learn and engage.
Teen activities at Knoxville Carnegie Library help kids gain experience, become productive and know there is a safe haven where the city has seen violence.
Grandmother Power is just one group leading a campaign to get kids vaccinated against HPV to prevent cancers, led by the Jewish Health Care Foundation.
Faculty at the Ellis School have shown that active learning (such as experiments and group work) helps girls learn STEM subjects, and believe in their value.
The AIU STEAM Grant Showcase brings together 25 school projects that demonstrate how arts and tech subjects can be linked in learning.
Teens can make art with 11 Pittsburgh arts groups at a the first ever--and free--Pittsburgh Glass Center event on Sept. 13.
After years of working for others successfully, someone told Traci Yates she could do it on her own. The idea took hold and off she went. There was no turning back.
For kids whose careers may not need college, the Pittsburgh Promise is teaming with CCAC and others to give college vo-tech classes in high school.