“At Unitil, we strongly believe in the importance of STEM education and we’re thrilled that New Heights provides local students with innovative STEM programs. New Heights encourages the youth in our community to learn, discover, and explore the world around them, and we’re proud to support their efforts.”
— Carol Valianti, VP of Communications & Public Affairs, Unitil
Each year, New Heights holds exciting community events where the Seacoast rallies to help sponsor youth programming.
For more information on volunteering your time for our programs or events, please contact Meghan Rice, mrice@newheightsonline.
Click HERE to learn more about our opportunities.
If you are looking for a way to further your education or experience working with youth through STEAM, Adventure, or another facet of youth programming, please consider an Internship! To apply, or for more information, please contact Meghan Rice.
Every child has their own unique potential in life, but obstacles abound. As early as the age of 10, kids begin to define themselves in limiting ways. They tell themselves they are bad at math, that they can’t do sports, or can’t draw. That boys are better than girls at science, that only girls like cooking. Popular culture, peer pressure, and limited exposure to new things can cement this self-talk and keep kids stuck for a lifetime.
Our programs are intentionally designed to break these barriers and open minds, by developing engaging, fun, unexpected opportunities to try new things in new ways. And while no two people are made of the same stuff, we’ve found a common formula for success: let youth explore and experience as many developmental dimensions as possible. Our programming focuses on creating an environment where youth are challenged and skills are developed in four key areas:
While any one of these developmental dimensions can spark imagination and challenge conventional thinking, we work to introduce youth to each — revealing new pathways to help them find their true potential, and new opportunities for passion, curiosity, and reflection.