OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS

The Possibility Project operates four year-long programs that bring together vastly diverse groups of youth from the five boroughs of New York City.  They go through an intense year-long creative process through which they write an original musical whose stories come from their lives and their ideas for a better world, and create Community Action Projects where they take those ideas and act on them to make their city better.

AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM

The After-School Program is made up of a diverse group of teenagers (13-19 yrs) from all 5 boroughs of New York City.

SATURDAY PROGRAM

The Saturday Program is made up of a diverse group of teenagers (13-19 yrs) from all 5 boroughs of New York City.

FOSTER CARE

The Foster Care program is made up of New York City teenagers (15-20 yrs) who are currently in or have been in foster care.

YOUTH JUSTICE

The Youth Justice program is made up of New York City teenagers (15-20 yrs) who are currently in or have been involved in the NYC justice system.

“We believe that every young person should have the opportunity to live a safe, peaceful, productive life. And has the responsibility to help others do the same.”

-Founder & President, Paul Griffin

In 9 hours, ON THE ROPES opens! An original musical written/performed by our Youth Justice Program. Tix & info: https://t.co/3My47xabLh
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