- Seattle Youth Commission
The Seattle Youth Commission is comprised of diverse members who represent 12 distinct geographic areas of Seattle. Through this program, commissioners have various opportunities to impact their community, engage with city leaders and connect with other youth. The Commission meets two to three times a month in City Hall.
- Woodland Park Zoo - Zoo Corps for Teens
Zoo Corps recruits interested teens from diverse backgrounds to help the zoo provide conservation education for all ages, especially young children.
- Seattle Public Library
Teen book groups and clubs, reading lists and homework help highlight the many services the Seattle Public Library offers teens.
- Seattle Parks and Recreation Teen Programs
Youth Sports, Teen Art Leadership, Late Night Rec, Lifeguard Training and Youth Engaged in Service are a few of the programs you can join from Seattle Parks and Recreation.
- Community Centers
Find out what programs and events are happening at the Seattle Parks and Recreation Community Centers around town.
- Seattle Municipal Archives Online Tools
Online indexes to assist researchers in using the Seattle Municipal Archives.
- The Digital Commons
The Digital Learning Commons (DLC) is a nonprofit organization working to improve access to educational opportunities and learning resources by providing high-quality educational materials, online courses, and technology tools to all students and teachers in Washington State.
- Law Enforcement Explorers Program
The Seattle Police Department offers a program that teaches how police officers do their job, visits to the K-9 and Harbor Patrol units, police procedures, and more, including opportunities to take part in related community work after the program.
- Seattle Police Department Youth Advisory Council
This Council advises and worsk with the Seattle Police Department on emerging issues that affect both youth and the police.
- Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative
A community-based, multi-agency program to address youth violence in Seattle, focusing on youth, ages 12 – 17, who are at the highest risk of perpetuating or being victimized by violence.
- Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP)
SYEP supports youth to successfully graduate from high school while providing them with the skills they need to find and maintain employment.
This City program encourages innovation and widens cultural participation, particularly by individuals, organizations and communities that may not be served by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs' other funding programs; youth under 18 may apply with an adult co-signer.
- Youth Guide for Police Practice
The Respect Booklet is a youth guide to police practices. It includes a short summary of laws teens should know.
- Youth Counseling Services
Helps to match youth and their families up with counseling, job training, safe sex education, peer support groups and more support services.
- Youth Development Services
Get involved in activities that contribute to academic achievement, strengthen social skills, and increase community attachment.
- Seattle Youth Employment Program
Supports youth to successfully graduate from high school while providing them with the skills they need to find and maintain employment.