DotHouse & the GNA College Fair | March 31

Come speak with following area college representatives about admission, financial aid, course selections, and requirements. 

Some of the colleges attending:

Cambridge College
ITT Technical Institute
Wheelock College
Simmons College
Northeastern University
Berklee College of Music
Huntington Theatre
Clemente Course in Humanities


When: Thurs, March 31, 3pm-6pm

Where: DotHouse Health Gym,  1353 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester, MA 02122

Refreshments will be served.

10th Annual Save Love Event | Feb. 21

Join the GNA Teen Center for the 10th annual Safe Love Dance!

***Thursday, Feb. 21st from 5-9pm***

The event is open to all teens ages 12-18. Admission is free before 6pm, $5 between 6pm and when doors close at 8pm. The event will include:
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FREE College Prep Event! | May 16


Come learn about a FREE college prep program, Let's Get Ready!

Let's Get Ready envisions a world where students from all socioeconomic backgrounds have equal access to the support they need to reach higher education. Their mission is to expand college access for motivated, low-income high school students by providing FREE SAT preparation and college admission counseling.

Wed, May 16th, at 5pm in the GNA Teen Center at Dorchester House(1353 Dorchester Ave.)

Questions? Contact Sarah at

At a Glance: Safe Love 2012

This past Friday, February 17th, the GNA Teen Center hosted their 9th Annual Safe Love Dance.   Gym doors opened at 6pm for youth ages 13-19 who were welcome into the healthy relationships and lifestyle fair that kicks off the event each year. Through a host of fun interactive games, quizzes, and demonstrations, the 175+  youth in attendance were challenged, educated, and passed along a wealth of valuable information about self compassion, peaceful relationships, safe sex practices, and connected to several other community resources.  Some of the 17 organizations represented included Teen Empowerment, BARRC (Boston Area Rape Crisis Center), Boston G.L.A.S.S. (Gay/ Lesbian/Bi/Trans  Adolescent Social Services) ,  MassCOSH (Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health), The Mayor’s Youthline, Close to Home, I Embrace You, Start Strong who ended the fair with a workshop on relationships, and Ritmo en Acción, whose teens kicked off the dance portion of the night at 8pm with a short set of choreographed moves on the dance floor.  Special thanks for the Safe Love Dance, which was sponsored by Dotwell, goes out to the entire GNA Staff and Peer Ambassadors, Dorchester House Security, DJ Nugget, volunteers from Social Capital Inc’s AmeriCorps Team who chaperoned and set up a photo booth, as well as youth from the Volunteer Club of the O’Bryant School for Math And Science who welcomed other youth and asked them “What does Safe Love Mean to You?.” 



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