- Center for World Performance Studies
- East Quad Garden
- Freedom House
- Migrant Worker Outreach and Education Program
- Prison Creative Arts Project
- Semester in Detroit
- Shakespeare in the Arb
- Spanish Language Internship Program
- Telling It
- The Community of Food, Society & Justice Conference, Coming 2019
- U-M Gamelan Orchestra
TELLING IT is a trauma informed, resiliency-building program that supports the healing and learning needs of school-age youth. This free after-school program is based on best practices from social work and education that are filtered through the expressive arts. TELLING IT is able to achieve its mission by employing a trained team that includes facilitators, social workers, U-M interns, volunteers and artists that work with youth on a weekly basis.
Celebrating its 16th year in Washtenaw County. TELLING IT serves on average 60-80 youth each year. These are youngsters who are coping with various degrees of trauma such as home and food insecurity, bullying, a high level of violence or living in poverty. Evaluation results demonstrate that youth feel valued and respected in the weekly program sessions. They report that TELLING IT provides a safe space where they share their life experiences and their hurts. TELLING IT supports youth on their path to becoming healthy and empowered young adults.