After School Leaders

MTYP is proud to be chosen by the Province of Manitoba to deliver the After School Leaders (ASL) Program. A funded initiative from Healthy Child Manitoba, ASL is offered free to participants and is open to all Manitoba high school students age 13 and up. ASL allows students the opportunity to explore career options and identify an area that taps their potential and passion within the content areas of arts, science, technology, sports, and communication. At MTYP, in addition to the theatrical education opportunities, students are also provided with bus tickets to facilitate attending classes at our facility, and each class opens with a meal provided to keep them energized through this valuable after school program.

What is the time commitment for youth?
ASL offers two 10-14 week sessions during the school year; one from October to January, and the other from March to June. ASL sites run two days a week for 3-4 hours after school. Each program has a slightly different schedule, but all programs run between Monday-Friday and are finished by 8pm at the latest.

To learn more about After School Leaders and Healthy Child Manitoba, head to the Province of Manitoba’s website.

If you have questions, or you’d like to learn more about MTYP’s After School Leaders program, send an email to [email protected].

After School Leaders, Spring 2024
REEL FUTURES: A Free Film Program For Teens

Friday, April 5, 2024 to Monday, June 10, 2024
Mondays & Fridays, 4:30 pm-7:30 pm

In this program you will:

  • Encounter the art of filmmaking.
  • Make friends
  • Develop knowledge and skills both behind and in front of the camera
  • Film a short scripted project
  • Learn to self-evaluate and make your projects stronger

A meal and two complimentary bus tickets will be provided to participants every time they attend in-person programs. 

To register: send a completed registration form to our Theatre School.
EMAIL: [email protected]
PHONE: 204.947.0394 ext. 230.

After School Leaders is sponsored by the Government of Manitoba