Our Partners

To expand our reach, amplify our impact and strengthen the creative development of Massachusetts teens, TMC collaborates a network of more than 200 Massachusetts schools and community organizations.  Partners encourage their teens to submit their work for a chance at publication in The Marble Collection: Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts. Together, TMC and our partners foster an environment of creative expression for Massachusetts teens.

Are you an educator or community organization interested in participating with TMC?  Click here to sign our 'Letter of Support’ to participate at absolutely no cost

High School Partners

  • Abington High School
  • Acton-Boxborough Regional High School
  • Amherst Regional High School
  • Andover Public Schools
  • Arlington High School
  • Assabet Valley Technical High School
  • Attleboro High School
  • Auburn High School
  • Ayer Shirley Regional High School
  • B.M.C. Durfee High School
  • BART Charter Public School
  • Bartlett Junior Senior High School
  • BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life)
  • Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter Public School
  • Beverly High School
  • Blackstone Millville Regional High School
  • Boston University Academy
  • Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School
  • Brimmer and May School
  • Brockton High School
  • Brookline High School
  • Burlington High School
  • Cathedral High School
  • Central Catholic High School
  • Charlton Public Library
  • Chicopee Comprehensive High School
  • Clark School
  • Cohasset High School
  • Dartmouth High School
  • Dedham High School
  • Easthampton High School
  • Fairhaven High School
  • Fay School
  • Global Learning Charter School
  • Granby Jr Sr High School
  • Greenfield High School
  • Groton-Dunstable Regional High School
  • Hampden Charter School of Science
  • Hartsbrook High School
  • Haverhill High
  • High School Learning Center
  • High School of Commerce
  • Hingham High School
  • Holyoke Public School
  • Hopkinton High School
  • Ipswich High School
  • Lee Middle and High School
  • Lenox Memorial Middle and High School
  • Lexington High School
  • Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
  • Littleton High School
  • Longmeadow High School
  • Lowell Catholic High School
  • Lunenburg Public Library
  • Lynn English High School
  • Lynnfield High School
  • Madeline English School
  • Malden Catholic
  • Medford High School
  • Medway High School
  • Melrose High School
  • Methuen High School
  • Millis High School
  • Minuteman High School
  • Miss Hall`s School
  • Natick High School
  • Newman School
  • Newton North High School
  • North Attleboro High School
  • Norwell High School
  • Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School
  • Oliver Ames High School
  • Peabody Veterans Memorial High School
  • Pembroke High School
  • Phillips Academy Photography Club
  • Plymouth North Literary Magazine
  • Prospect Hill Academy Charter School
  • PVPA Charter High School
  • Reading Memorial High School
  • Rindge Ave. Upper School
  • Seekonk High School
  • Silver Lake Regional High School
  • Snowden International at Copley
  • Somerset Berkley Regional High School
  • South Shore Charter Public School
  • St Joseph High School
  • St. Peter-Marian Jr-Sr High
  • Stoughton Public Library
  • Sturgis Charter Public School
  • Sutton Memorial High School
  • Tantasqua Regional High School
  • Taunton High School
  • Tewksbury Memorial High School
  • The Berkshire Athenaeum
  • The Cambridge School of Weston
  • The Center for Teen Empowerment
  • Waring School
  • Wayland High School
  • Westborough High School
  • Westfield High School
  • Westfield Technical Academy
  • Westwood High School
  • Whitman Hanson Regional High School

Middle School Partners

  • Avon Middle High School
  • Marshall Simonds Middle School
  • McCarthy Middle School

Library Partners

  • Abington Public Library
  • Acton Memorial Library
  • Belding Memorial Library
  • Cary Memorial Library
  • Duxbury Free Library
  • Eastham Public Library
  • Falmouth Public Library
  • Fitchburg Public Library
  • Hazen Memorial Library
  • Melrose Public Library
  • Middleborough Public Library
  • New Salem Public Library
  • Osterville Village Library
  • Paul Pratt Memorial Library
  • Reuben Hoar Library
  • Robbins Library
  • Sandwich Public Library
  • Somerville Public Library, East Branch
  • Springfield City Library, Indian Orchard Branch
  • Thayer Public Library
  • Topsfield Town Library
  • Weston Public Library
  • Westport Free Public Library
  • Westwood High School
  • Westwood Public Library

Community Organization Partners

ArtWorks! (New Bedford, MA) www.artworksforyou.org

ArtWorks! is a vital community art center serving the residents and artists of Southeastern Massachusetts. Our goal is to create an accessible environment which promotes participation in the arts through exhibitions and education. ArtWorks! strives to collaborate with diverse cultural groups to spark community engagement.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay (Boston, MA) http://www.bbbsmb.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay has 60 years of experience fostering professionally supported one-on-one friendships between young people and adult mentors. With research and proven outcomes at its core, the organization is working to ensure every child has the support from caring adults that they need for healthy development and success in life. BBBSMB’s vision is to inspire, engage and transform the communities of Mass Bay by helping youth achieve their full potential, contributing to healthier families, better schools, brighter futures and stronger communities.

Books of Hope (Somerville, MA) http://booksofhope-ma.org

Books of Hope (BOH) is a literacy empowerment program that brings creative writing and spoken word workshops to at-risk, urban and immigrant youth in the communities where they live. Our mission is to develop the next generation of poets and writers. Through BOH, youth ages 13-23 learn to express themselves through the power of their own written and spoken words. BOH offers youth the opportunity to write, publish, and sell their own books of which they receive a portion of the book sales. For information about Books of Hope, contact Soul Brown, BOH Director at 617-640-0252 or booksofhopema@gmail.com.

Boston Children's Theatre (Boston, MA) http://bostonchildrenstheatre.org

For over 60 years, BCT has served as one of the region’s premier not-for-profit theaters. Named Best of Boston of Boston® by Boston Magazine for Best Children’s Theatre, BCT’s mission is to provide access to exceptional theatrical experiences dedicated to fostering the artistic and personal development of diverse youth, with a focus on professional training and the development of new works. Programs at Boston Children’s Theatre provide a unique chance for self-discovery and individual expression in a supportive and productive environment. At BCT, talented and motivated students gather from across traditional boundaries and nationalities to learn about themselves, each other, and the world, as they create some of the finest theatrical productions in New England.

Grub Street (Boston, MA) www.grubstreet.org

Grub Street throws open its doors one Saturday each month, offering FREE creative writing workshops to Boston-area teenagers, ages 14 to 18. We also host intensive paid teen writing camps and a Summer Teen Writing Fellowship, which immerses high school students in the writer's life of creative craft and publishing. Our summer fellows work with published authors on original prose and poetry, meet with literary agents and editors, take field trips to inspirational locales like the ICA, and much more.

Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA) http://www.icateens.org

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston serves 7,000 teens each year via in-and out-of-school offerings ranging from tours and drop-in Teen Nights, to the in-school visual and verbal learning program WallTalk, Teen New Media courses, and year-long programs like the Teen Arts Council, Fast Forward, or Slam Team, among others. Programs connect the teen audience with contemporary art and artists and support their artistic growth, creativity, critical thinking and leadership skills, and overall well-being. Programs place teens at the center of the museum experience and support their engagement with their communities and global society, building engaged, informed young adults. 

Mass Mouth (Boston, MA) http://massmouth.org

Founded in 2008, "massmouth" is a Massachusetts-based non-profit organization committed to increasing the visibility of storytelling at traditional and non-traditional venues alike. The organization aims to enable anyone, in any walk of life, in all parts of our community, to tell their story. massmouth is an entirely volunteer run organization with a mission to promote the timeless art of storytelling.  

Mass Poetry (Boston, MA) http://www.masspoetry.org

Mass Poetry supports poets and poetry in Massachusetts. We help to broaden the audience of poetry readers, bring poetry to readers of all ages and transform people’s lives through inspiring verse. We are a 501(c)(3) (tax exempt, non-profit) organization. Our programs include Student Day of Poetry which features poetry field trips and in-school events for students, Educator Professional Development focused on strengthening the teaching of poetry writing, Poetry on the T which replaces ads with poems on the MBTA, Common Threads which is a free reading and discussion program, The Massachusetts Poetry Festival which is three days of poetry events in Salem MA each year, and The U35 Reading Series for poets under 35. Visit masspoetry.org for weekly articles and poems, and like us as facebook.com/masspoetry.

Press Pass TV (Boston, MA) www.presspasstv.org

Press Pass TV is an award-winning organization that uses the power of media arts to provide meaningful education and employment for youth living in under-served neighborhoods. We offer creative outlets as an alternative to violence, teach life-sustaining skills and empower communities to find shared solutions and envision a better world.

RAW (Lynn, MA) www.rawartworks.org

RAW ignites the desire to create and the confidence to succeed in youth. RAW’s continuum of FREE arts groups for kids and teens age 6-19 empowers and supports them as they explore their identity and overcome their challenges – all through the arts.

Sociedad Latina (Roxbury, MA) www.sociedadlatina.org

Through artistic collaboration Youth Leaders are challenged to create works of Arts that take place both within institutional spaces and in the community. The Latino Cultural Arts will explore the importance of Cultural identity through the exploration of different Latino Cultures by using an artistic expression. Work together to promote diversity, social justice and community change through murals, installations, visual arts, music, poetry, performance and site & responsive art.

Teens in Print (Roxbury, MA) http://www.bostontip.com

Boston Teens in Print is the only citywide youth newspaper written by and for Boston public secondary school students. Launched by WriteBoston and The Boston Globe in 2004 and published five times a year, TiP is a platform for student journalists, essayists, poets, and artists. It is delivered to Boston high schools, libraries, and community centers. But it is not just a newspaper — it is also, for urban teens, an afterschool program and summer journalism institute, both free. TiP gives a voice to Boston’s youth, a voice that bellows from one end of the city to the other, across the boundaries of neighborhood, class, and ethnicity.

UMass Boston's Urban Scholars (Boston, MA) http://www.umb.edu

The Urban Scholars Program is a year-round program structured around after-school classes and an intensive seven-week summer institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston. The mission of the Urban Scholars Program is to identify and to prepare Boston’s gifted and talented urban youth (ages 11-19), especially those who are low-income individuals and first-generation college bound students, to successfully enroll in and complete college.

Are you an educator or community organization interested in participating with TMC?  Click here to sign our 'Letter of Support’ to participate at absolutely no cost