Contact STORY to join any of our programs.
ML2 Youth Development
The ML2 Youth Development program provides afterschool, summer and mentoring services to low-income youth.
Girls Who Code
STORY’s Girls Who Code program teaches girls coding through fun projects. The program will provide weekly coding projects for girls in grades 3-5 and 6-12. This is a virtual program and participants will receive a zoom link upon registration.
Community Bike Program
STORY’s Community Bike Shop teaches upper elementary and middle school-aged boys how to maintain, refurbish and customize bicycles. The program will partner with local, statewide and national organizations to offer cycling activities; participants earn credits for participation, which can be used towards the purchase of a brand-new bike.
Partnership for Healthy Public Housing Communities
The Partnership for Healthy Public Housing Communities (PHPC) is comprised of nonprofits and government agencies working together to address systems change areas that impact the lives of public housing residents. The work is currently centered around trauma informed communities and school and workforce development.
STORYBOOK is one of STORY’s new fall programs, a book club and writing collective for middle school students. Participants will write semi-autobiographical novellas. They also will work in conjunction with editors from Feels Blind Literary, a national magazine publishing work from new and established writers, to produce a special apprentice issue featuring excerpts from their work.