Youth & Family Empowerment
TAY Radio Marin
Learn about media. Become the media.
At the Multicultural Center of Marin, we believe that it is critical that all people participate in shaping the voice of media, most especially our young people. Transitional age youth, those between ages 13 to 23, are at a critical time in their development to adulthood. They see the world from unique perspectives and have experiences that are important to share with our wider community.
That’s why we created TAY Radio (short for “Transitional Age Youth”). This broadcast media experience, transmitted weekly via FM radio and Facebook Live, lets young people learn the art of media while also talking about the issues that are important to them. Through TAY Radio, youth are bringing their concerns to the forefront of the community and influencing public policy through their on-air discussions and interviews.
To learn more, visit the TAY Radio Marin Facebook page.
Marin Warriors Boxing Club
Build Strength. Improve Health. Gain Confidence.
Boxing isn’t just about beating your opponent. It’s about being fast on your feet, staying focused, and being nimble and resilient. Boxing teaches important psychological skills while also supporting physical and mental health.
We created the Marin Warriors Boxing Club for young people in our community to help them gain self-confidence, set clear goals, and train their minds and bodies for success.
Our Presente fellowship program provides opportunities for at-risk youth, ages 14 to 21, to develop leadership skills, participate in a variety of outdoor cultural and recreational activities, and explore their individual strengths and possible career paths.
Partners for Success
Working with young people and their families.
The Multicultural Center of Marin’s Partners for Success initiative mentors youth in conflict. Our program provides guidance to young people involved with the juvenile justice system, helping them build a path of success from the completion of their probation requirements to high school graduation, access to employment opportunities, and college entry. We do this in coordination and collaboration with staff from the Juvenile Division of the Probation Department of Marin and community partners.
A key component to Partners for Success is our parent partner initiative, designed to meet the needs of young people in the context of their homes and families. We educate and empower parents, offering them tools and resources to work effectively with the juvenile detention, mental health, and health care systems. Our efforts are helping to create greater stability and quality of care for families and youth in Marin.