A program called Coaching Boys Into Men works to reduce dating violence and sexual assault by leveraging the influence of coaches, and it's working in more than 30 school districts across Western Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh Public School District's "Emergency Response Technology" program trains high school students to be police officers, firefighters and EMT's, or emergency medical technicians.
Children of all ages and backgrounds need a mentor, someone to support them in setting and reaching their goals. Kidsburgh says, however, that research shows 1 in 3 children does not have a mentor. Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania is helping more people be mentors in more ways.
"Jellybean Street" has a new franchise in Pittsburgh, leading painting workshops that become lasting memories.
In partnership with Kidsburgh.org Santa is going high-tech! Gone are the long lines and screaming kids at the Mall at Robinson. Welcome I-pads, texting and a brand new play area. It was designed by a local company that also designs play areas for Disney. Not only is it fun for the kids, it gives the...
To help you navigate your toy shopping this holiday season, Kidsburgh released a list of some local toy stores to KDKA's Kristine Sorensen.
The Wiz! Live costume exhibit at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in Downtown Pittsburgh is a perfect way to introduce young people to art, art museums, fashion, costume design and pursuing their dreams.