CentroNía’s Youth Development and Leadership Program Studio 64 is in the midst of a make-over, and CentroNía is looking for youth to participate in this exciting process. The new Studio 64 program will debut in Fall 2013, and youth are invited to help re-brand it by choosing a new name and focus for the program. Contact Youth Program Coordinator Brendan Hughes if you’re interested in participating or have any questions about the program.
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In the past, Studio 64 has brought together local youth ages 14 to 21 into a dynamic, multi-faceted, arts and project based program designed to build character, foster community and develop cultural awareness. Studio 64 grew out of a desire to continue to serve our children as they have transitioned through the various CentroNía programs, and our model has been to provide an engaging educational program that ties visual media and technical arts to students’ academic learning. As an educational institution delivering bilingual education in a multicultural environment, our Youth Development & Leadership program is an extension of our commitment to create culturally and linguistically relevant programs for youth in underserved communities and/or youth of immigrant populations.
The new Studio 64 will build on this model, continuing to help students to develop as leaders and artists through engaging in arts-based workshops, exploring college and career options, service learning and leading community service projects.
Stay tuned for more details.