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VOX is Atlanta’s home for uncensored teen publishing and self-expression.

VOX creates a level playing field where teens collaborate directly with adults as peers.
VOX partners with media professionals so teens learn critical thinking, writing and publishing skills to help hone their voice.
VOX connects a widely diverse group of teens from all across metro Atlanta to one neutral space to share and develop their voices together.
VOX believes that the voice of young people is powerful and valuable and should be more present in metro Atlanta.

VOX’s program model is unique in the out of school time space.

Prepared. Connected. Valued.

VOX Teen Communications connects diverse metro Atlanta teens to resources for building their confidence, increasing their capacity to meet life’s demands and ensuring their future success. Read more about VOX’s impact.

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VOX has continually equipped Atlanta-area teenagers with journalism skills and experience that they can use for life: post-high school, in college, careers and elsewhere. - Kelcie, VOX Alumna
This is an amazing organization. The staff is dedicated and highly capable and work hard with the teens they support. I am grateful that my child is part of this fantastic organization. - Beth, VOX Parent
VOX has had a positive impact on Atlanta teens for more than two decades, and our teen staff is truly invested in sharing an important perspective on topics that impact our present and future. - Tania, VOX Board Member and Alumna

We had a fabulous Network Ninja today, complete with a "mocktail" party. Today's focus was on financial skills including budgeting, questions around building credit and more! Many thanks to this incredible group of volunteers from Wells Fargo for providing expertise and fun this Saturday! #gradcountdown #saturdaysatvox ... See MoreSee Less

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Our next Atlanta Word Works workshop is this Saturday from 3pm - 5pm right here at VOX! Join us and participate in a great afternoon facilitated by Ruby Gleber. Read more about her: "I am a third year studying Economics and Computer Science at Georgia Tech. I am an Atlanta Word Works, BNV, and Future Corp Alumni. Another big part of my life is fitness and I work as a sponsored bodybuilder as well as certified personal trainer. I enjoy volunteering at urban farms, homeless shelters, and mentoring youth in Atlanta. I am a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc and played on the GT Women's Rugby Team. My favorite things are coffee and sushi burritos and Otis Redding and old books and jazz." Let us know to expect you by signing up here: goo.gl/M19UBW ... See MoreSee Less

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