ReachOut Worcester is a guided overnight immersion program that offers Greater Worcester-area youth (age 13 and up) and their leaders a deep dive into what it might be like to live day to day, struggling for food and shelter, and the ways in which openness to the formation of deep, meaningful relationships between those who “serve” and those who come to be “served” can make a big difference for everyone.
Learn&Serve Worcester is an ad hoc program connecting youth and their leaders with hands-on opportunities to achieve real objectives for the community as well as deeper understandings and skills for themselves. Partners include Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/ Greater Worcester, Matthew25, Mustard Seed and the Regional Environmental Council.
Summer CUBS (Comprehension and Understanding Brings Success) Program is a collaboration between the WAMS, Clark University’s Adam Institute and the Worcester Public Schools (WPS) / Woodland Academy. Summer CUBS brings together current and future educators, WPS high school interns and adult and youth mentors from neighboring communities to offer interactive and individualized summer learning to elementary school students who attend Woodland Academy.
The Conference Event Series convenes groups from across the City of Worcester and the State who are committed to fresh thinking and new understandings regarding such critical concerns as poverty reduction, economic empowerment, health, human rights and education. Together, the participants in these gatherings strive to identify and move forward ideas, solutions, and progress that create inclusion, access and opportunity for all.