Teen Center

A Narrow Passage To Truth

This short experimental video was produced by one of the youth in our spring STEM program.


Untitled (Basketball)

This short video about basketball was produced by one of the youth in our spring STEM program.


Love 14: The Most Valuable Thing

This short video poem was produced by three youth in our spring STEM program.

Magic The Gathering

This short video was produced by two youth in our spring STEM program and focuses on the card game Magic The Gathering which they enjoy playing with theirĀ friends.


Black Power Mixtape – Free Film, Food, and Discussion

Black Power Mixtape - Free Film, Food, and Discussion

Bigger Better, One Step At A Time

Sean Paul Curry, an intern from the Wider Horizons program via the Irish International Immigrant Center in Boston produced this video about the programs at our Castle Square Tenants Organization.


All Worked Up

This short animated film is based on the TV series “All Worked Up” focusing on a process server. The video was created by Charles Hill, a student at the Josiah Quincy Upper School in Boston, and includes hundreds of individual shots created from his drawings.

High School Seniors Applying to College

May 1st was last Tuesday and many of the high school seniors who participate in our teen program paid their deposits! Our seniors are planning to attendĀ American International College, Bridgewater State, Mass. College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Northeastern and more! Their intended majors range from theater arts to business! The teens worked extremely hard the last couple of months with their college applications, FAFSA, and scholarships, and deserve to attend schools that suit them! Congratulations!!
Here’s a display of some of the schools the teens applied to, got accepted and decided to attend!

JQUS Wrestling Team

Several youth from our Center created this video profile of members of the Josiah Quincy Upper School wrestling team in Boston.


My Community Garden

This short video shares my passion for community gardening in Boston and continuing my family’s Asian gardening traditions. The garden is important to me because I acquire new skills, learn history from my elderly neighbors, and get to eat fresh local vegetables. Gardening has taught me how to use recycled materials and become eco-friendly in the city.

- by Connie Truong, Age 16