My Place Teen Center would like to recognize and congratulate Muna for being the Teen Member Spotlight for June! Muna is eighteen years old and currently a senior at Westbrook High School. She’s lived in Westbrook for two years and has attended MPTC since last April. MTPC staff commends her self-determination and forthright personality. Muna is a confident, determined, young woman who can achieve
April Spotlight: Jamie Burns
The staff and members of the My Place Teen Center would like to recognize and congratulate Jamie for being awarded the Teen Member Spotlight! Jamie is 18 years old and a senior at Bonny Eagle High School. She lives with her mother, father, sister, and her nephew. She has attended MPTC since 2011. Jamie loves coming to My Place Teen Center. Her favorite things
Teen Spotlight for December
Teen Member Spotlight for December Eldad Zahinda The staff and members of the My Place Teen Center would like to recognize and congratulate Eldad for being awarded the Teen Member Spotlight! Eldad is 14 years old and a freshman at Westbrook High School. He lives with his mother, father, two sisters, and his twin brother. He has attended MPTC since his big move to
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization. More than 120 of them, 6,000+ volunteer hours, lots of love, time, care, creativity, patience, and COMMITMENT toward our kids. With hearts of gold and goodwill to 500 kids, our volunteer fleet is IMPRESSIVE. Some are lifers, some have just joined the ranks, some may just be one-timers. Whatever the impact, our kids, this organization, and our
MPTC’s April Spotlight
Matt Giggey – My Place Teen Center’s Volunteer April Spotlight – CONGRATULATIONS! We asked some questions of our intrepid Matt: About you: I’m a 39 years old Mainer, living and working in Portland. Although I left Maine for school, I always knew I would return. I’m just a regular guy, close to family, surrounded by great friends, and always looking for ways that I
Kids’ Program Plan for Spring and Summer 2017!
My Place Teen Center has developed a quarterly plan to continue its Youth Leadership Academy through the summer of 2017. All youth are encouraged to attend “extended learning” activities in order to increase the fundamental building blocks needed to promote thriving. The Youth Leadership Academy is comprised of four areas: (1) Health and Wellness; (2) Social/Emotional Skills; (3) Workforce Readiness; and, (4) Character/Civic Engagement.
Please join newly elected Mayor Sanphy and City officials on February 17, 4 pm to 8 pm, for a meet and greet and celebration at My Place Teen Center. Refreshments will be provided. Please use the Foster Street entrance. Hosts: Downtown Westbrook Coalition and My Place Teen Center
Give a little; get A LOT!
This holiday season, please consider a gift to My Place Teen Center – a non-profit organization in YOUR community that is on the front lines of the battles against drug addiction, homelessness, food insecurity, and systemic poverty. Please read on for more information, and click the link below to donate. “I don’t have any dreams. I know it’s important to have dreams, though. I
Continued thanks go out to Masonry Tech Waterproofing, F.W. Webb, Pine State Services, Westbrook Public Services, and Pike Industries for their assistance and kind-hearted ways. Today is all about the plumbing and stone delivery. Thank YOU!
We are so fortunate. Thank YOU.
In the midst of our 18th year of providing services and meals to more than 500 phenomenal youth, we were on the hunt for some serious, BIG funding. Funding to finish the renovation of the building; most notably, the siding and insulation project, the downstairs water leakage issues, and overall energy efficiency initiatives for our 150-year-old building, as well programming funding for our Youth