IN THE NEWS
Special to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Nonprofit keeps nearly 50 Milwaukee teens employed during pandemic with internship
"We've had to adapt that this year. We're now going to work in ten different gardens across the city and the teens are going to be working in small groups," says Charlie Uihlein.
Black Lives Matter: Teens Grow Greens Nurtures More Than Just Plants
Teens Grow Greens declares, with every lesson and hands-on experience, that Black and Brown Lives Matter, too. Even more so, the Teens’ commitment to learning and serving speaks loudly about how their lives and their futures matter.
The Kids Are (All) Right: Let Me Count the Ways
As we enter an uncertain 2020 where so much is at stake, my recent interviews with 48 Milwaukee teens have confirmed for me something that I’ve always known but that is easy to forget: the kids are all right.
Teens Grow Greens is growing… to the South Side of Milwaukee!
We are excited to announce that the recruitment process for our South Side Pilot Internship has begun! Attached, you will find the South Side TGG Employment Application.
Milwaukee Teen Leadership Program Makes Neighborhood Greenhouses Its Home
Teens Grow Greens celebrated move into Weber Greenhouses Friday left to right - Charlie Uihlein, Jill Compton, Edward Rodgers, Ashanti Hamilton & Claire Muza.
‘Learn, grow, and go’
Brian Kramp spent the morning at Weber's Greenhouse with Teens Grow Greens. Teens Grow Greens is a non-profit where Teens “learn, grow, and go.” During a nine-month paid internship, Teens develop life skills through hands-on experience.