Raquel Castro-Corazzini, Director
The City's Division of Youth Opportunities was created to provide leadership, support and advocacy for youth through the introduction of coordinated programs focused on positive youth development and youth employment.
This weekend is the last opportunity to submit a nomination for the Young Woman of Consequence award presented by the Worcester Advisory Committee on the Status of Women! Do you know a young woman from Worcester, who is a junior or senior in high school, who demonstrates...
Posted: Friday 01/17/20 3:34 PM
The City of Worcester will host The Longest Night Vigil, an evening of remembrance and hope to honor those community members lost from homelessness, Tonight, Friday, December 20 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at City Hall....
Posted: Friday 12/20/19 11:34 AM
This afternoon at 4:30pm at the Kiva Center (290 Shrewsbury st.) join the new support group for parents struggling with mental health. Childcare available! For more information call 508-751-9600.
Posted: Thursday 12/19/19 12:52 PM
Positions are still open!!! Apply to be a Program Lead for Recreation Worcester in the areas of arts, athletics, or academics today! http://www.worcesterma.gov/human-resources/employment-opportunities
Posted: Tuesday 12/17/19 5:56 PM
This months "Trauma Training Tuesday" is next week, featuring Nicole Bell, CEO and Founder of Living in Freedom Together - LIFT speaking on "The Trauma of Commercial Sexual Exploitation." December 17th, 12-2pm at the Worcester Area Mission Society (6 institute road). Free lunch!...
Posted: Thursday 12/12/19 4:07 PM
Recreation Worcester is a free year-round out-of-school time program run by the City of Worcester. Through after-school programs, students will engage with program staff and community partners in enriching, athletic, artistic and academic programming.