Meet Treehouse's Class of 2021

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Treehouse will be closed July 5-9

Treehouse will be closed July 5-9. Normal business hours will resume Monday, July 12. Learn more at treehouseforkids.org/contact.

Participants in need of clothing and other material items can place requests through the online request form. The last day to place a request will be June 28th.

The Treehouse Store will be closed for all services for the month of July and will re-open in August for the new program year.

What’s Next? Virtual Summer Series is Back!

Are you looking for some great opportunities to keep teens and young adults busy and productive this summer? Treehouse will be hosting a series of 9 virtual experiences this summer during the month of July from 12-1 p.m. These free and informative workshops are open to all eligible youth enrolled in Treehouse services!

This informative series will focus on career development, college prep and life skills. Attendees are eligible for a $20 gift card after attending a session (up to a maximum of $60), and they will be entered into a drawing for additional great prizes!

What’s Next Summer Series

Tuesday July 13th 12pm -1pm Catchy and Qualified: Resume and Interview Skills

Wednesday July 14th 12 pm -1pm Medical Careers

Thursday July 15th 12 pm -1pm Blueprints for a Hands-on future: Apprenticeships and Vocations

Tuesday July 20th 12 pm -1pm Emerging Digital Careers

Wednesday July 21st 12 pm -1pm Code Camp 1

Thursday July 22nd 12 pm -1pm Code Camp 2

Tuesday July 27th 12 pm -1pm Financial Litty: A Look at Financial Literacy

Wednesday July 28th 12 pm -1pm Passport to College and Career Readiness

Thursday July 29th 12pm-1pm Housing How-To

Any questions should be sent to jesse.becerra@treehouseforkids.org

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Treehouse CEO Issues Statement: We Must Denounce All Instances of Hate

AAPI youth make up about 4 percent of the youth impacted by foster care that we serve through Treehouse and, as we work to better the lives of those who experience the foster care system, it is important we stay true to our values and support those in our community who are being mistreated simply because of the way they look.

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Treehouse CARES Project

Temporary funding for tutoring and academic remediation while also eliminating financial barriers to success in school for both youth in foster care and young adults in Extended Foster Care (EFC).
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Our Goal

Treehouse advances equity and racial justice in the foster care and education systems. By 2027, 90% of youth who have experienced foster care across Washington state will complete high school, with support and a plan to transition into independence.

Without the foundation of an education, youth in foster care continue to face challenges long after leaving the foster care system.

Youth Served Annually:
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