WriteBoston awarded Cummings Foundation Sustaining Grant: $50,000 a year for 10 years

WriteBoston is one of 33 local nonprofits awarded a total of $10 million from Cummings Foundation through its new Sustaining Grants…


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Guest Blog: Wilson Architects Partners with WriteBoston to Honor Boston’s Student Journalists

Wilson Architects reflects on their sponsorship through our corporate sponsorship program, Rising Voices Awards.


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11 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT OUR SUMMER JOURNALISM INSTITUTE

To help count down to the start of this year’s Summer Journalism Institute, we’ve been re-visiting old photos, memories, and #DidYouKnow…


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Staff Blog: Vignettes of Professional Development

Kelly Knopf-Goldner, a WriteBoston literacy coach, reflects on her experiences at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School.


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Teens at Bella Luna Fundraiser

A Good Time for a Great Cause: Bella Luna Fundraiser Recap

Learn more about our Summer Journalism Institute fundraiser at Bella Luna & The Milky Way Lounge!


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Teens pose outside The Castle Group during a job shadow day

WriteBoston’s Annual Job Shadow Day Provides Students Insight into Future Careers

Students from Teens in Print's Summer Journalism Institute visit six partners as part of their annual Job Shadow Day.


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Teens in Print student networking

Teenagers Network with Local Professionals and Community Leaders

Local professionals and Summer Journalism Institute teens gather for food, career advice, and networking at WriteBoston's first…


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Intern Blog: A Summer Reflection

Izzy, our summer intern, reflects on her experiences with the Teens in Print Summer Journalism Institute.


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2018 Annual Report WriteBoston

2018 Annual Report Released

View our 2017-2018 annual report for accomplishments and highlights of the past year.


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31 Nights of Light Celebrates Teen Writers!

Teens in Print hosts a "Pop-up Newsroom" at the Prudential Center Boston's 31 Nights of Light, an event series that shines a light on…


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Service Corps Blog: Supporting the College Essay and Beyond

Commonwealth Corps member Sarah Robbins reflects on the Next Chapter initiative and supporting teens in the transition to college. 


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Yasmin shows off her story, printed receipt-sized from the story dispenser in Prudential center, Boston

Prudential Story Machines Feature Teen Writing

“The feeling of me and two strangers crowding around the machine for my story had me giddy.”


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