Youth MOVE Maine provides many programs for youth to get involved with!
Youth MOVE Maine’s Advisory Council is a leadership program, where youth get a direct role in developing community programs and workshops.
Youth MOVE Maine’s Social Media Journalism Internship is designed to enhance youth voice through skills development, community awareness, and writing practices.
Youth MOVE Maine provides training to youth-focused organizations to become more youth guided. In addition to technical assistance trainings, Youth MOVE Maine also provides youth-centered workshops on a range of topics.
Youth voice is the cornerstone of Youth MOVE Maine, this is what youth say about us:
"Youth MOVE Maine is awesome. There is always a lot of energy so many cool and outgoing people. Youth MOVE Maine helps me be involved in the community."
"Since becoming SMJI, I feel like I have become part of a family that can talk, share anecdotes, and laugh with each other. Youth MOVE Maine is one of the best experiences I've had."
"For those of us whose mission in life is to change the world, Youth MOVE Maine is the first step in making a difference. This organization gives a voice to the ones that are otherwise silenced."
"I have been inspired with Youth MOVE Maine they help me with all the help I need like when I am lost and worried and just when I feel like a loaner, I always contact the Youth MOVE Maine. I feel like they help. Youth MOVE Maine inspired me, I believe that it's a good spot to be. I really love it! Youth MOVE Maine is a place to be, y'all never get lost you will love Youth MOVE Maine."
"I'm on the Advisory Council for Youth MOVE Maine, it has been such a great experience for me. All of my ideas and thoughts get heard and recognized. All of the people are really open and excited for others. I love working for a new future that I now have a voice in."
Youth MOVE Maine joined Penobscot Job Corps Center at COESPACE in Bangor to host an Open Mic Night. Youth from all over shared personal stories, poems, and songs! The event focused on bullying, resiliency, and nonviolence. The event was moving and powerful for so many of
A view of the festival at the Bangor Waterfront. On Saturday April 9th, members from the Youth MOVE Maine North office in Brewer, joined over 1,000 hikers at the Annual Hike for the Homeless to benefit the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter. According to the shelter's Facebo
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