come + explore: summer bridge program

 

Come and Explore is an innovative approach to systemic issues around access and equity for underserved communities, schools, and children in Houston. This program was developed by local high school students in response to Young Audiences of Houston's regional needs assessment identifying gaps and inequities. Youth Action Committee members, comprised of high school students, then outlined a plan of action and a model now called, Come and Explore.

 

The Come and Explore model exemplifies social responsibility and development through a peer to peer support approach for communities. Through mentor leadership teams comprised of area high school students, educators and local teaching artists students are supported through grade level and academically aligned content that allows for a personalized learning approach to education.

 

The Come and Explore program provide children and their families with both in the program and at home activities to reduce barriers to summer learning loss and engages a whole-child approach to learning -- to combat summer learning loss.

 

Join the Youth Action Committee: HERE

 

Donate Art Supplies:
4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 230, Houston, TX 77027
M-F; 9am to 5pm

 

 

 

volunteer as a high school mentor!

 

Join Young Audiences of Houston as High School Mentors in our Come and Explore program, helping introduce youth to arts-based and integration programming in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts.

 

High School Mentors will gain valuable leadership skills and experience while working alongside master teaching artists from Young Audiences of Houston. As a High School Mentor, you will have a direct hand in every aspect of the camp – developing your skills in planning the curriculum, managing day to day operations, engaging youth in creative activities, executing a final culminating event for participating youth and their families.

 

DEADLINE: Friday, April 3, 2020. Download HERE.

 

Submissions and questions should be directed to Austin Ruiz, Education Director.

 

Email: austin@yahouston.org 

Phone: (713) 520-9264

 

 

 

 

Phone: 713.520.9267

Office: 4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 230, Houston, TX 77027

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