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P.A.C.E. Program Offerings

P.A.C.E. programming is offered to all youth between the ages of 14-24 years old.

Current Weekly Programming:

P.A.C.E. Initiatives


YEEE! Program

YEEE! (Youth Empowerment, Employment and Entrepreneurship!) A Model in providing paid, work-based learning opportunities for 40 Redwood City and North Fair Oaks opportunity youth. The PACE program utilizing the YEEE! model is unique in that its mission is to prepare young people, who have historically been underserved by our institutions and systems in three areas - empowerment, entrepreneurship, and employment.


Flex Program

The essence of PACE lies in its commitment to collaboratively shape a trajectory alongside young individuals who have encountered obstacles within conventional educational structures. Its overarching goal is to cultivate proficiency in three key domains: empowerment, entrepreneurship, and employment. PACE realizes this mission by furnishing these young minds with the requisite knowledge, skills, resources, and motivation, propelling them toward a future characterized by social awareness, critical thinking, and a steadfast dedication to justice. The program aspires to nurture individuals who will emerge as proactive, community-oriented contributors poised to make meaningful impacts.


Star Program

The Innovative Program Partnership (IPP) is a collaborative initiative that brings together distinct satellite programs under one umbrella, aiming to address the diverse needs of students across various educational settings. The IPP comprises the Satellite Program and the STAR Program, both designed to provide specialized support and professional development to enhance the educational experience for students in Non-public Schools (NPS) and those with mental health needs or mild to moderate disabilities.


Voice Program

VOICE is a 6-month youth program that sparks positive change by harnessing youth voices and power to create more equitable and inclusive communities. VOICE’s goal is for youth leaders to feel empowered to continue their civic engagement journey beyond high school. By the end of the program, participants will have the readiness skills to apply for a Redwood City board, commission or committee. Participants will build a strong foundation for community organizing, learn about civic engagement at a local level, and develop advocacy campaigns. The program will feature guest speakers ranging from city council members to organizers and civic leaders. 

P.A.C.E. Program Partners

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