The Warehouse, a community center serving teens and young adults in the City of Wilmington and part of The WRK Group, has partnered with SL24 UnLocke the Light Foundation to open Sean’s Room, a mental health support room, and with the Mayor William T. McLaughlin Fund to open The Mac, a newly renovated gymnasium, in their building on the Northeast side of Wilmington. These two new spaces will provide valuable opportunities and support to The Warehouse’s hundreds of teen and young adult members.
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Logan Herring joins Good Morning Wilmington on DETV.
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Planting To Feed is a valued partner of The WRK Group who operate urban farms and help supply Riverside residents with nutritious food.
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At The Warehouse, we know that teens and young adults know the best types of services, activities, and support structures they need to be successful. That’s why The Warehouse, a teen community center, uses an innovative approach to creating programming – YOU get to decide!
The Warehouse staff selects highly motivated teens from our pool of members and employs them as our Teen Executive Committee to represent their peers. That means that every single program and activity that’s available at The Warehouse has been reviewed and approved by teens, just like you.
Take a traditional school building and rearrange it into vibrant open spaces filled with everything from the latest technology to quiet meditation areas, a state-of-the-art performing arts space, and places to just be. Add in adults who want to help our youth thrive and hundreds of teens with hope for the future and there you have it…The Warehouse!
Are you between the ages of 13 and 19? Do you want a fun, relaxing, and nurturing place to discover and grow your personal talents? Then becoming a Warehouse Member could be your next best decision!
RISE is an innovative workforce program that equips teens and young adults with the skills and resources they need to be successful professionals.
During this 12-week program, teens spend the first eight weeks at The Warehouse learning needed soft skills before spending the remaining four-weeks in an externship with a local employer partner.
During this 12-week program, teens spend the first eight weeks at The Warehouse learning needed soft skills before spending the remaining four-weeks with an employee partner such as The Buccini/Pollin Group or Planting to Feed, in their area of focus.
The RISE Out of School Youth program serves ages 16 to 24 who have encountered barriers to their personal success. This could include individuals in need of their GED as well as persons who are experiencing homelessness, returning citizens, pregnant or parenting.
The RISE Out of School Youth program serves ages 16 to 24 who have encountered barriers to their personal success. This could include individuals from low-income households, those in need of their GED as well as persons who are experiencing homelessness, returning citizens, pregnant or parenting.
The REACH Riverside promise is to work alongside our community to transform today’s Riverside Neighborhood into a healthy, vibrant place to live and thrive.
Kingswood Community Center (KCC) has empowered the community of Riverside and Northeast Wilmington since 1946. KCC provides an array of social services such as education, food assistance, financial literacy workshops, and much more.