The 14th Street Y offers a mosaic of programs for all ages, including teens!
We offer multiple opportunities for teens to engage in programs specifically designed to support and celebrate them.
From summer teen theater programs to leadership training services and employment opportunities, the 14Y truly has something to offer for every teen of every interest in NYC.
Global Monologues: Teen Theater Program
For Teens Ages 13 – 16
Coming Fall 2020!
This virtual teen theater program offers aspiring young artists from around the world a chance to connect for a two week summer immersion of revolutionary Jewish text study, spoken work, and performance.
Join us on a journey to create a spoken word piece about your life and this moment. Through exposure to revolutionary Jewish text study and leading international changemaker-artists, you will learn how to perform so that your unique voice and words will be heard.
Over the course of two weeks, young artists from around the globe will connect virtually and meet other like-minded teens in a way like never before. Through accessing their personal stories and the texts of their shared heritage they will learn how to speak up and speak loud!
Stay tuned for registration details.
Staying fit at home has never been easier!
From live-streaming classes to free YouTube fitness videos, we have fun classes to keep teens active and feeling great while at home. Get Moving!
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