We are falling into the school rhythm this October and we are excited for the wrestling season. With the wrestling season there is the need for giving our coaches the tools they need for success! Our coaches are also teachers, parents, mentors, and volunteers! Cheer on our BTSNE mentor-coaches and the wrestlers they serve!
José, our co-founder and first Boston Head Coach teaches AND still coaches. We are celebrating his birthday this month!
Beat the Streets New England is at School:
Boston programming kicked off in Excel Academy and at Codman Academy Charter Schools. Our returning veteran Coach Keith is down on the ground with student athletes to engage kids where they are at. All you need is a safe space to practice and someone who believes in you.
BTSNE Welcomes FALL 2021 AmeriCorps VISTAs:
“Wrestling has played such a huge part in my growth and development as a person. I’m super excited to help Beat the Streets New England grow and spread the sport of wrestling. A great organization, with great people looking to make an even greater impact on the youth of New England!” – Deontrae Callaham, Social Media and Marketing Communications VISTA
Read about Americorps here.
“Beat the Streets New England’s mission statement ‘give kids a fighting chance’ speaks volumes. Youth development will greatly impact the world’s future. I am elated to be a part of the capacity building and growth of this great organization!” – Tasha Hilliard, Impact and Data VISTA
Happy Birthday, Tasha!
Read about Americorps here.
Love wrestling and want to give back as a coach? Mentor-coaches directly impact youth development. Find out more by email. Contact Program Coordinator, Addison Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org or Program Director, Silas Murray at email@example.com for more information.
Back-To-School Annual Event: Flatbread Pizza Fundraiser
September 14th was a blast at Flatbread Pizza in Providence, RI. Wrestlers love pizza! The raffle awards went out to kids, coaches, and families. One winner, “Big Jon,” we call him, talks about leaving high school and transitioning into college.
Why are you excited for school?
“You know without school, I would be bored and do nothing or being lying in bed watching Netflix all day. But, I’m very excited that I get to be busy all day.” – Providence Community College Freshmen and Student-Athlete, Big Jon
Support our Coaches and Wrestlers:
Text the code: “SCHOOLYEAR” to the number 44-321
In-Kind Items: Want to donate new back to school supplies, wrestling gear, snacks, or other school items? Gift cards are also a great option. Email Contact: Development and Operations, Jen@btsne.org
Want to support? Text the code:
“SCHOOLYEAR” to 44-321
Welcoming a New Opportunity for Youth
Providence Program Director Silas Murray attended a graduation ceremony at the Nonviolence Institute last month. This is our first season connecting our youth to this wonderful program and we hope the relationship will be fruitful. They teach, by word and example, the principles and practices of nonviolence, and foster a community that addresses potentially violent situations with nonviolent solutions.
Missed our last newsletter? Beat the Streets New England kicked off 2021 with a merger, opening up a full reset! Stay informed about Boston, Providence, and New England by signing up or sharing this with a friend or family member!
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Our Contact Information
Beat the Streets New England
100A Warren St Boston, MA 02119
BTSNE greatly appreciates Flatbread Providence for hosting our annual back-to-school fundraising event!