Youth Map Milwaukee will make it easy for teenagers to find quality resources and activities to fill their out-of-school time while giving young volunteers job experience.
Adolescents hosted an Above the Influence Safe Night at the Hmong American Friendship Association that included free food, a talent competition and plenty of diversity.
Busy bakeries and volunteers are finding it difficult to coordinate bread donation efforts, leaving some bakeries and meal sites with no bread to give while others throw extra bread in the trash.
Grants from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund and the Brewers Community Foundation will help renovate a Boys and Girls Club diamond in Sherman Park.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Marquette University’s College of Nursing and COA Youth and Family Centers are partnering to build a community clinic at COA’s Goldin Center.
Arts@Large’s newest exhibit, “Somos Uno, Somos Muchos,” showcases student artwork that explores Milwaukee’s Latino culture and immigrant stories.
MPS’ TeamUp college access program has helped 900 high school seniors go to college this year with a combined $1.9 million in scholarships.
Polish, Mexican and Native American heritages were honored at Urban Anthropology’s Old South Side Day with cultural musical performances, “living history” and a tree dedication ceremony.
More than 1,000 pieces of art created by students from Bruce-Guadalupe Community School are now on display at the Latino Arts Gallery, thanks to the Advancing Literacy and Math through Arts project.
Children with autism or sensory disorders can attend summer camp, just like their peers without disabilities, thanks to the high-tech and expertly staffed Sensational Summer Day Camp at the Milwaukee Center for Independence.