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.
#TBT to our first youth day at Technocopia! We had a great time designing and creating! Shout out to all the awesome youth who joined us and to all the youth workers who made this event possible! #WooYouthWork
Posted: Thursday 04/19/18 10:19 PM
Our Recreation Worcester staff is attending training this afternoon! Some of the topics we are discussing are social emotional learning, conflict resolution, and self-care. Thank you to all our senior staff who organized this awesome professional development opportunity. #RecWoo...
Posted: Wednesday 04/18/18 4:27 PM
DYO is looking forward to our #EarthDay clean-up this morning! See you all at Vernon Hill Park.
Posted: Saturday 04/07/18 8:22 AM
Recreation Worcester's City Hoops Basketball Program started yesterday! City Hoops is a city-wide 5-week program that takes place in four elementary schools and one middle school serving 21 Worcester Public Schools. Interested in joining? There still time to register! Click here...
Posted: Friday 04/06/18 9:19 AM
This morning City Manager Augustus joined Massachusetts Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders along with Worcester Public Schools Superintendent Maureen Binienda, Worcester East Middle Principal Dr. Dawkins, Janice Yost of the Health Foundation of Central...
Posted: Wednesday 04/04/18 6:58 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.