This month Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC) came together with community partners from across Boston to support Passion is Alive: a networking event to connect youth in the Department of Youth Services (DYS) to professionals in fields they're passionate about. DYS youth were able to get one-on-one time with community members from a range of professions they expressed strong interest in -- from music and art, to business, to non-profit work, and more. Passion is Alive was created, organized, and led by the DYS Youth Committee and the MA Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative, and presented in partnership with TBCC.
We couldn't be more excited for this year's BFY, our first as Trinity Boston Connects! The TBC community will come together in full force to celebrate our city's youth, and honor the legacy and leadership of Louise Burnham Packard. Please mark your calendars; you don't want to miss this.
OEP continued to build community among Boston non-profit organizations this month. They hosted The Racial Equity Leaders Learning Circle, a safe and trusted space for leaders to bring their most vexing racial equity challenges and to deepen their understanding of what they can do to address them, and White Supremacy Culture 101, a training on the principles characteristic of this culture. Be sure to check OEP offerings for February and the remainder of the year!
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