Sadly, the Teen Voices Board of Directors has made the very difficult decision to cease operations of Teen Voices, Inc. effective August 31, 2012, while we pursue partnerships with other organizations who may assume all or some of the programs that Teen Voices provides to girls. We have found that, due to financial and organizational deficits, Teen Voices can no longer exist as an independent entity. The Board of Directors made this decision in the context of the financial circumstances and what would be in the best interest of Teen Voices and the girls that it serves.Full Story»
Teen Voices needs your help. Because of a recent decrease in funding, we’re at a crisis. We must raise $300,000 by August 1. Yes, it’s that bad. For nearly 25 years, girls and young women in Boston and beyond have counted on Teen Voices to provide a positive, girl-friendly space to grow as writers and leaders. We are not going down without a fight.
To kick off our first-ever Artist of the Month contest, we asked girls worldwide to create art inspired by the theme Girls in School. And create they did! We received paintings, sketches, and photographs from four states and three countries.Our Facebook fans submitted 2,041 votes, as eight artists competed for the title of January’s Artist of the Month. After tallying the votes, we’re pleased to announce that Dina Alassaad, 16, of Lebanon (yes, the country, not the town in New Hampshire!) is this month’s winner.
Posted: 02/02/12″ Location: Boston, Mass. Teen Voices supports and educates teen girls to amplify their voices and create social change through media. Teen Voices is one of the first writing programs to serve urban girls of color from low-income families. It supports girls as they become confident writers, editors and producers of the award-winning Teen [...]