March Newsletter

We are celebrating Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, in March!

When girls are surrounded by people who believe in them, are encouraged to set high expectations, and are given the opportunities and experiences they need to learn and grow they thrive. At BTSNE, we believe in the power and potential of every girl whether she wants to pursue college, career, trade or service or become a leader in her community.

2022-11-08T05:56:23-05:00March 30, 2022|Newsletter|

Finishing off the year wrestling style with Jakob Restrepo!

By Jeanette SmithLet’s say goodbye to 2020 on an energetic note. Silas Murray (BTS Providence) and Addison Ray (BYW) , our programming leaders, joined kids and coaches from Boston and Providence yesterday for the 3rd [Read More]

2022-11-08T05:56:35-05:00December 31, 2020|Boston, coach, Event, partnerships, Providence|

Hungry For Change, Planting Some Knowledge, Plotting for the Future: A Business is Born

By Jeanette Smith  Americorps VISTA for BYW, September 22, 2020.By summer’s end, the Coaches in Training Program has evolved into a running business of rising high school board members who created the tagline: Hungry For Change, [Read More]

2022-11-08T05:56:37-05:00September 23, 2020|Uncategorized|

Cultivating the Next Generation of Coaches: Student-led Group Work Plants the Seed for Healthy Eating

By Jeanette Smith  Americorps VISTA for BYW, September 4, 2020.We are in year two of partnering with the Margaret Wright Community Garden at Fort Hill in Roxbury! Our Coaches in Training (CIT), the first secondary education [Read More]

2022-11-08T05:56:37-05:00September 5, 2020|Uncategorized|

Why We Choose to Train the Next Generation of Coaches: Teaching Youth to Think Globally and Lead Locally

Boston Youth Wrestling began the summer Coaches in Training (CIT) Program 5 years ago with the intention of engaging student-athletes in the off-season by bridging the three realms of school, home-life, and wrestling. The program provides a life-skills learning community space for rising high school students, grades 8 through 12, to become coaches, mentors, and leaders of their communities. By providing compensation for our dedicated and hardworking participants, many are allocating their first paychecks to supplement their family needs.

2022-11-08T05:56:38-05:00August 25, 2020|Uncategorized|
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