Youth Organizing 

Youth organizing is a strategy that trains young people to engage in collective action to improve institutions in their communities that directly affect them.

About BHCA's B.L.O.C Team!

Funded by the Perrin Family Foundation, BLOC (Building Leadership and Organizing Capacity) is a three-year cohort-based capacity building program designed to build the research, analysis, campaign development and organizing capacity of high school age youth-led social change groups in CT. As a member of the second BLOC cohort, our goal is to support young people to develop, launch, and implement organizing campaigns that lead to concrete and lasting change around the issues that youth have identified.

Stop the Bleed Emergency Training

Feb 21–22, 2019

Road to Zero (Youth Organizers) Traffic Safety Forum  at Parker Memorial

Jan 26, 2019

Peace 21 Youth Organizer:

1 on 1 Interview Training

Jan 17, 2019

Peace21 Youth Organizers meet  Principal Neil at the Journalism and Media Academy

Dec 20, 2018

Youth Summit Debrief

Dec 15, 2018

Youth Organizers Youth Summit at Capital Community College 

Dec 8, 2018

BHCA Weaver High School Community Education Forum

Nov 29, 2018

Youth Organizers Community Clean Up

Jul 21, 2018