February 27, 2015
From March 9 through March 12, The Remember Project is partnering with After School Matters, a nonprofit organization that offers Chicago high school students out-of-school… More ›
Being a teenager is challenging sometimes. Our teenagers have to deal with things like peer pressure and negative outside influences. That’s why Michael Crowley, Senior Director for After School Matter (ASM), thinks it is important for teenagers to have a positive outlet when school is out. Not only does the program provide fun activities that the kids actually enjoy, but it also keep children safe and interested in school. P2P interviewed Mr. Crowley about how these programs have impacted youth.