Our teen programming is designed to meet the unique developmental needs of adolescents ages 13-18 years old.
Through a combination of group-based activities, social outings, and workshops, teens who have experienced the death of a parent or sibling have the opportunity to connect with each other in a safe and comfortable setting.
TCR Teen Mosaic Workshop: Putting the Pieces Together
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Teens will spend time together while creating small, personalized glass mosaics – all materials supplied by TCR! No artistic experience necessary! A techniques demonstration and support will be offered by a visiting artist.
TCR Teen Night at Kings Bowl America
Teens will enjoy dinner service and a night out together at one of the most upscale and in-demand of bowling establishments in Massachusetts. This will be a great opportunity both to socialize with those who you have gotten to know over time, and to meet others for the first time while enjoying Kings’ retro-inspired environment.
Compiling Your Story: TCR Teen Album-Making Workshop
Teens created small, personal books using an assortment of images and items that they find meaningful. Teens used their own photographs, brochures, old CD covers, scraps of t-shirt/cloth, or anything two-dimensional to create their own keepsake books.
TCR Teen Challenge Event at Boda Borg Boston
Teens tackled a variety of challenges in a real-world gaming environment! Teams relied on collective determination, speed, strategizing, and flexibility to try out any number of Quests, each involving a series of short physical or mental challenges.
TCR Teen Night at BU Men’s Hockey
Teens cheered on the Boston University‘s men’s ice hockey team versus Northeastern University. This was a great opportunity to meet others who have had similar experiences while showing a little team spirit and enjoying the game!
If you could ask any question of a young adult who has experienced the death of a parent or sibling – what would it be? Teens had their chance to hear from a whole panel!
Teens brainstormed anonymous questions and got to hear how our panel of five young adult TCR alumni navigated being a teen, branching into young adulthood, and making decisions about when, where, and how to share about their past losses.
Teen Photography Workshop: Life Through My Lens
Everyone sees and experiences losses through their own unique lens. Teens joined together in a free, daylong workshop to find and express their views on life and loss, captured through the lens of a camera.
Participants visited Community Art Center and were guided by Professional Photographer Steve Osemwenkhae through the use of photographic equipment and techniques. Teens had the opportunity to connect with others, explore and photograph in the Cambridge community, and to use photo-enhancing software.
Constructing Meaning: A Metals Workshop for Teens
Teens used metals in the creation of key chains, jewelry, sculpture, or other memory objects representing or preserving their memories. They were guided through the use of a variety of easily mastered techniques, such as stamping, molding, beading, or epoxy to create something truly unique, personal, and priceless.
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We’re in the process of planning more events, so stay in touch with us to make sure you hear about them! If you have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 781-641-4741.
Thank you to Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, for generously underwriting our expanded teen programming.