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Our Partners

Americorps VISTA | AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) is a division of the Corporation for National and Community Service and offers opportunities to fight poverty with passion at more than 1,200 projects across the country. WriteBoston hosted full-time VISTA members for over five years and currently hosts a VISTA to support Teens in Print.

Artists for Humanity | Artists for Humanity’s mission is to bridge economic, racial and social divisions by providing underserved youth with the keys to self–sufficiency through paid employment in the arts. Artists for Humanity produce all the artwork and photography in Teens in Print.

Boston Cares and the Corporation for National and Community Service | Boston Cares organizes and leads team-oriented volunteer opportunities and services in and around Boston that have a positive impact on individuals and communities. Not only did they take care of WriteBoston’s Americorps VISTA volunteers, in the past they have provided volunteers to work with students at WriteBoston Writing Centers.

The Boston Globe | The Boston Globe has supported WriteBoston in nurturing young writers since 2002 by publishing and printing the Teens in Print newspaper. The Globe also provided program space until 2014 and hosted Caroline Knapp Journalism Interns from the summer of 2003 to 2011, guiding high school juniors through a seven-week, hands-on internship.

The Boston Herald | The Boston Herald is one of the oldest daily newspapers in the United States and partnered with WriteBoston’s Caroline Knapp Journalism Internship program from 2003 to 2011, hosting a high school junior for a summer of learning the ins and outs of the newsroom.

Boston Public Schools | WriteBoston is active in the Boston Public Schools, providing coaching for teachers, professional development, Writing Centers, and writing opportunities for students.

Boston Student Advisory Council | The Boston Student Advisory Council (BSAC), administered by the Office of High School Renewal in partnership with Youth on Board, is a citywide body of student leaders representing their respective high schools. BSAC members write the "BSAC Buzz," which appears in every issue of Teens in Print and help distribute the papers within their high schools.

New England Center for Investigative Reporting | Teens in Print serves as a feeder system for the NECIR at Boston University, which aims to produce high-grade journalism as well as to train the next generation of investigative reporters, from the collegiate and Boston high-school ranks.

Northeastern University School of Journalism | The Northeastern University School of Journalism has hosted WriteBoston’s Summer Journalism Program since 2006, providing classroom space and a computer lab.

Social Innovation Forum | The Social Innovation Forum selects Social Innovators every year who demonstrate promising approaches to addressing specific social problems. WriteBoston was named a Social Innovator in 2006.

826 Boston | 826 Boston is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. In 2010, Northeastern University in collaboration with WriteBoston and 826 Boston, hosted the city's first-ever College Essay Boot Camp in which 80 local high school students brainstormed, wrote and edited their college admission essays.

To partner with WriteBoston, please contact Director Betty Southwick.