The SuperTeens leadership program for youth will be operated at two BCYF centers in Jamaica Plain this summer: BCYF Curtis Hall for girls only, and BCYF Hennigan Community Center, according to a press release.
Boston youth aged 13 to 14 years old can now enroll in Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) SuperTeens program, a program including week-long leadership development workshops, work experience, and field trips to Boston’s arts and cultural institutions.
“Throughout my experience with the SuperTeens Program, I was very grateful to be involved because of the various workshops and field trips,” said Angeline Santiago, age 15 from Mission Hill who was in the program for two years, according to the press release. “I always learned something new in the workshops and I loved the field trips because without them I would have never explored Boston the way I did these past two summers.”
The SuperTeens program will run six weeks beginning on July 9 and ending on August 17. Successful participants in the program will receive a stipend at the end of the program. All SuperTeens applicants must complete an online application on BCYF’s website at Boston.gov/bcyf by April 30.