Join the Cornerstone Team!

Cornerstone Youth Center has several job postings open and we are excited to expand our team! Cornerstone is seeking  part-time Program Support Specialists and Tutor/Educational Support staff for both our center and school based sites. If you love working with youth and hope to make a difference in their lives this may be a position


Another Successful Culinary Camp

“I have been doing Culinary Camp for many years and I enjoy because it shows you skills that you will always use in your future. For example, if you mess up on a dish there is always a way to fix it,” CYC Student. This year’s Culinary Camp included more than 20 students learning different


Cornerstone expanding programming in Fall

  We are excited to announce Cornerstone Youth Center is coming to Heritage Jr. High School to offer after school programming for students in grades 7 and 8.  Heritage Jr High School joins New Haven Middle School as a Cornerstone Connections Project Site where programs are designed with this particular grade range and needs in


Cornerstone to Expand Summer Programming

Cornerstone Youth Center’s summer programming is expanding this year with more exciting opportunities for youth in grades 7-12. Students may sign up at any time by downloading the registration form on the CYC website, Programming takes place at Cornerstone’s center site in Monroeville, located at 19819 Monroeville Road. This year Cornerstone is piloting a


Cornerstone Fish and Chicken Strips Dinner Scheduled

Mark your calendars — Cornerstone’s annual Fish Fry is rapidly approaching! Cornerstone Youth Center in Monroeville will host its seventh annual Fish and Chicken Strips Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 24th. The cost is $10 for adults, $6 for youth 6 to 10 and free for children 5 and under. Burns Catering


Cornerstone Students Ring in the New Year

Cornerstone was the place to be New Year’s Eve as students, staff and volunteers rang in 2017. The annual New Year’s Lock-In gave area young people the opportunity to celebrate in a healthy, safe environment from 9 p.m. New Year’s Eve to 7 a.m. New Year’s Day. Activities ranged from spirited dodge ball tournaments (the


CYC to Host Annual Cookie Walk/Poinsettia Sale

Cornerstone Youth Center’s annual Cookie Walk and Poinsettia Sale, part of Monroeville’s Holiday Magic, helps usher in the Christmas season. This year’s “Cookiepalooza” is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3 at the youth center. The Cookie Walk features freshly baked cookies for sale, holiday merchandise and local vendors. In addition, the


Children Flock to Cornerstone Trunk or Treat

Children dressed as Batman, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, a lion, a princess and countless other characters paraded through Cornerstone’s back parking lot in search of candy at the center’s annual Trunk or Treat. The strong turnout and beautiful fall weather made for a very successful community event. Local volunteers provided eight decorated trunks filled


Cornerstone to Host Fourth Annual Trunk or Treat

Local children who just can’t get their fill of candy will have an additional option this year as Cornerstone Youth Center hosts its fourth annual Trunk or Treat. Organized by Cornerstone’s students and volunteers, the event is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28 in the Cornerstone parking lot. Besides candy for the


Fall Programs Up and Running at Cornerstone

Cornerstone’s facility really comes alive when students join us after school every day and on weekends early in the school year. With the first Summit session taking place earlier this month, Cornerstone’s programming slate for this school year is fully underway.  In Summit, we want youth to aim high when considering the college and career