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Computer Resource Centers Teen Programming

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Teen digital learning workshops offer you  the opportunity to develop your digital skills, collaborate with your friends on a social media project, help you create a resume to get your first job, show you how to prepare for college applications, or study for your GED. 


RECYouth, for teens ages 13-17, offers video, audio, and graphic design classes that develop your technology skills while allowing you to express yourself. You can use various software and tools in the CRCs to talk about your community, share an important issue in your life, or just have a chance to be creative about things that you’re interested in. Email us at for more information.

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Teen Classes

General teen classes offer opportunities for you to develop your technology skills as well as receive financial, academic and career guidance in the form of entrepreneurial training, college prep, and resume writing.

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St. Mary's Recreation Center in the Bronx is hosting a free pilot program for girls ages 12-17 in STEAM oriented project-based learning, with a focus on choreography, movement, the physics of dance, kinetics, and math. Please contact for more information.

Girls First Digital Studio

As a participant in the NYC Hive Learning Network, CRCs are collaborating with the New York Hall of Science as we lead girls through the entire process of computational design—from conceptualization to prototyping to production. The overarching goal of this program is to develop and test a computing and digital technology education program that can be used effectively with underserved female youth, and to expose these girls to female professionals who work in STEM fields and/or with digital media.

This program is offered to educational or non-profit organizations interested in collaboration at select sites. Contact us at (212) 255-3066 or at to request an application. 

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