Your gifts can give teens a voice and the power to transform their destinies—and their communities. In order to make giving easier for you, we’ve streamlined the process. Visit this page to find levels of giving and how these gifts can support results-driven local, regional and national work.
To give offline, send a check made payable to Wyman to:
Wyman Center; 600 Kiwanis Dr., Eureka, MO 63025
TOP empowers teens with the tools, opportunities and social emotional skills needed to avoid risky behaviors and become leaders with a powerful vision for their future. TOP also influences community-level change, thanks to TOP’s unique focus on reconnecting teens to their communities through transformational community service learning opportunities.
To learn more about how you can help teens build brighter futures and become tomorrow’s leaders, and apply to become a partner, visit http://teenoutreachprogram.com.
Wyman is recognized by some of the nation's leading youth development organizations and ranked among the best places to work in St. Louis. Our diverse team is dedicated to serving the young people who inspire us every day.
We’re constantly learning to ensure we’re evolving to meet their needs, we take smart risks and we support one another. Help us transform teens and communities and join us.
Wyman is intentional about developing the next generation of professionals that can help us achieve population-level change. See opportunities below that can help you bridge the gap between theory and real world experiences.
Positions open each fall based on need, and range from seasonal to full-time positions. Ideal candidates should be seeking a Master’s degree in counseling, social work or a related field. Candidates pursuing a Bachelor’s degree also may apply. Click here to see all opportunities.
We advocate to improve systems, policies and practices that can enhance the lives of young people.
In St. Louis, Wyman advocates for change and helps shape initiatives. Through partnerships with the Forum for Youth Investment, Beyond Housing and others, we are reducing inequities and improving outcomes for young people. Nationwide, we’ve helped more than 190 communities deploy innovative solutions to improve the lives of teens.
To help us build on this success:
Wyman depends on volunteers to help us prepare youth to lead successful lives and build strong communities. As we continue to grow, we depend on support from community volunteers to help us reach our goals.
We have plenty of exciting opportunities for every expertise and skillset: administrative support, fund development, research and site maintenance (painting, landscaping, etc.). During the school year, we have a need for volunteer tutors for high school scholars in core subjects such as Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Calculus, English, World History, American Government, Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Spanish and French. Our Volunteer Resources team provides support and guidance, and coordinates volunteer activities.
Individuals, teens and groups are welcome to collaborate with us. We request at least a thirty (30) day advance notice for group projects.
If you share our passion and want to make a difference in young people’s lives, please complete our volunteer application. To become a volunteer, fill out our online form here.
For additional questions, please contact Elaine St. Clemmons, Senior Director, Administration, at Elaine.StClemmons@WymanCenter.org or 636.549.1226.
We’ve piloted some of the nation’s most successful evidenced-based youth development solutions. Together with our partners across the nation, we’re helping more each year. Experience what changing a life feels like by becoming a member of Wyman’s National Network.