The performing arts provide a low-risk, metaphorical means for youth to examine and construct new ideas, new identities and new relationships. When this type of creativity occurs in a diverse environment aimed at community action, the impact on their social/emotional learning is even greater.
In our After-School & Saturday Programs…
"I feel like I'm a part of something bigger than myself. I feel like I can make a difference."
"I've learned that some adults do care. They really listen to you here."
"The people here have helped me realize my true potential that no one ever saw before."
"The Possibility Project has taught me about my emotions and how to deal with them in a positive way."
Join The Possibility Project
Perform with a purpose. Have a voice. Work with professionals in the arts. Learn acting, singing, and dancing skills. Build strong relationships with other teenagers. Write and perform an original musical based on your life.
Join a movement of youth working toward real change. Explore your own potential to create positive change in yourself and your community. No prior performing experience is necessary!See Our Programs
Work With Us
The Possibility Project is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization. There are many opportunities to become involved – as a volunteer: Assistant Director or Acting Coach, or occasionally as paid artistic or administrative staff.
The Possibility Project also works with partner organizations in two additional U.S. cities to create and sustain local Possibility Projects in their communities.See opportunities to get involved
ARAYA “AJ” MANNING
“Going into The Possibility Project I was unsure what was in store for me. I didn’t even know what The Possibility Project was about. My sister had seen one of their…”
“The Possibility Project was nothing I had imagined it would be. The first couple of weeks were hard for me because outside of the program, I had a lot going on. ..”