At the core of MTW's activities is our Theory of Change, a focused, intentional model to support youth as they grow and progress toward the following goals:
After completing the core social enterprise program youth transition into the Graduate Program, where they receive an additional 24 months of support and services, while they work towards achieving education, employment and self-efficacy goals. Services include:
Question Zero is the question that comes before all other questions: What exactly are you trying to accomplish? More Than Words is committed to our Question Zero of empowering youth to reach outcomes in education, employment and self-efficacy. Each youth also has their own Question Zero that helps them have focus as they set goals for their futures! Read on as our youth share their Question Zero!
I learned how much work goes into running a store... Read my story.
Before MTW, I was searching for a job... Read my story.
Before MTW, I was getting in a lot of trouble... Read my story.
I'm back at MTW as the Development Assistant... Read my story.
I'm working at MTW again, but this time on staff... Read my story.
I worked at MTW for about six months... Read my story.
Before MTW, I didn't know what to do with my life... Read my story.
I'm in school at the Red Cross studying phlebotomy... Read my story.
I'm in my 2nd year at Mass Bay Community College... Read my story.
I began working at City Year in August... Read my story.
MTW has been the most successful time of my life... Read my story.
When I was at MTW, I learned how to be outgoing... Read my story.
I used to work at MTW as an associate and over time earned my way up to partner... Read my story.
I worked at MTW back in 2008 for over a year... Read my story.
As of now, I am attending Berkeley College... Read my story.
|I came to MTW to get help to be a better person and stay out of trouble. ... Read my story.|
|I was referred to MTW by my DCF social worker and my Treatment Coordinator...Read My Story.|
|I was born in Liberia and came to the United States when I was 18 from a Ghana refugee camp with just my sister... Read my story.|
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