About Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth, Inc.
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides training, fosters collaboration, and develops programming to increase the health and safety of students. MPY is committed to bringing cutting-edge information and high quality trainings to our constituents and endeavors to provide solution-oriented, community-based, multi-disciplinary approaches to foster mental and behavioral health, social and emotional learning, trauma sensitive classrooms and building a school culture that supports anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion. MPY is governed by a Board of Directors made up of school superintendents, police and fire chiefs, and other community leaders who work closely with MPY staff.
Webinars & Conferences
Please check MPY's webinar section for a list of offerings. To register for a webinar, click the "register now" in red under each webinar.
Webinar Cancellation Policy
If you are registered for a webinar and are unable to attend, please give 24 hours notification to MPY by emailing Lauren at email@example.com. Phone cancellations are not accepted.
The availabilty of live conferences will be determined by health and safety considerations. MPY is committed to offering an accessible and welcoming environment to participants. MPY will work to make accommodations as requested. Requests must be made at least 3 weeks prior to the event. Please make accommodation requests to Executive Director Margie Daniels, in writing, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each member district may select up to five remote in-service training workshops. If mutually agreed upon by the presenter and requesting district, workshops may be offered in person. Workshops are available for staff, students and community members. MPY provides schools, law enforcement, and other community stakeholders with the strategies and skills necessary to foster safe and secure learning environments. MPY offers workshops on a variety of topics including Internet safety, substance abuse prevention, restorative justice, anxiety, healthy teen relationships, and youth suicide prevention. Please see MPY's In-Service Workshop page for more information.
Members include more than 200 public school districts, public charter schools, private schools, education collaboratives, and 501(c)(3) community organizations.
MPY provides professional development training, youth leadership training, and remote and on-site in-service workshops as a benefit of membership. Each member district may select up to five in-service workshops annually. Current employees of member organizations may attend MPY webinars free of charge.
The base cost of MPY membership is $550 plus $.63 per student for districts with 7,500 or less students. The cost for membership for community organizations is $500. For larger district rates and any additional information on membership, please email MPY Executive Director, Margie Daniels, at Margie@mpyinc.org
Public school district memberships include police and fire personnel. Select webinars are open to staff from nonmember districts. Former and retired employees, members of committees including but not limited to PTO/PTA, PAC, School Improvement Councils, Health Councils, Drug/Alcohol Councils and school volunteers are not considered MPY members. Additionally, MPY does not offer individual memberships.
2021-2022 MPY Members
Most importantly, MPY fosters partnerships to find long-term solutions tothe myriad of issues impacting youth in our schools and communities.
MPY is grateful to have received financial contributions from:
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- East Boston Savings Bank
- Ellen Crawford, Realtor, The Marjorie Youngren Team
- Enterprise Bank
- Middlesex County District Attorney's Office
- The Fred Bergfors and Margaret Sandberg Foundation
- The Savings Bank
Statement of Equal Opportunity
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, or marital status.