MyCom is an innovative community partnership aimed at inspiring, engaging and preparing young people–kindergarten through high school graduation–to reach their potential and contribute to their communities. MyCom offers school-age youth and their families a single place where they can access constructive out-of-school-time activities, resources, employment services and help with youth transitions. Youth are involved in planning so programs and services match their needs. Find out more at


Starting Point and MyCom are partnering to help Cuyahoga County children, youth and their families:

• Access quality after-school, holiday and summer activities that supplement and enhance school learning; nurture talents and interests; develop leadership skills and foster the 21st century abilities that help young people become productive citizens and future leaders of our community. 

• Manage the all-important transitions to kindergarten, high school and college.

Information about Summer 2020 Out-of-School time listed below.
Click here to access Out-Of-School time programming for summer 2020 – By Agency
Click here to access Out-Of-School time programming for summer 2020 – By Neighborhood


Starting Point is partnering with MyCom on a youth Transitions initiative, which is helping Cuyahoga County families and children manage the all-important transitions to kindergarten, middle school, high school and college more effectively.


To find after-school, holiday and summertime activities in Cuyahoga County—including summer camps—youth and/or their families can call a Starting Point Resource and Referral Specialists at 216.575.0061—download our new MyCom POSITIVE ACTIVITIES APP or search online here through the MyCom Positive Activities database.

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Arts Activities
You’ll find a special website listing arts and cultural activities for children and youth at The first of its kind in Ohio—this guide can help you find just the right after-school, weekend and summer programs in dance, drama, history, literature, music, science and the visual arts.

MyMedia, a project of the MyCom network, trains youth from Greater Cleveland’s middle and high schools to report on health and safety needs from their own neighborhoods, promoting more youth perspectives in our area’s public conversation. For more information, go to

Call the Starting Point Parent Hot Line for information on these programs: 216.575.0061, 800.880.0971 (toll-free) or TTY 800.750.0750.