NOTICE: The Georgetown Project is continuing to follow CDC protocol for mitigation of Covid-19, and aligning with Georgetown ISD with regards to our youth-serving, out-of-school-time programs.

The Georgetown Project continues to operate as an essential service with no reduction in hours at our home office on Old Airport Road (512-943-0074). Our NEST Empowerment Center staff have provided individual case management for students throughout the shut-down, and our Bridges to Growth Parent Center staff have been providing parenting, childcare provider and young children’s classes virtually. Our staff in both these programs resumed hours onsite at program locations last week. Like many of our out-of-school-time partners, we are waiting on summer camp/program guidelines from the Governor to finalize youth program summer schedules.


We had an amazing MLK Youth Service Day
with 150 students and staff attending!

2020 MLK Youth Service Day

Attention High School Students in Georgetown!  We want to hear about issues important to high school students in Georgetown.  Please click here for more info on how to take the survey.  The top 3 issues identified by you will drive the agenda for the 2020 Youth Voices Summit, set for March 11, 2020.   Thank you!

Youth Voices Survey Press Release 

Georgetown’s Afterschool Alliance…Keeping the Lights on Afterschool.  Click here for press release.


It’s not too late!! The holidays bring an opportunity to help the most vulnerable children in our community – children like Becca.  Please watch this 4 minute video to learn more about her story.  It’ll stir your heart!  We hear many stories like Becca’s.  But you can be a part of the solution.  Please help us to provide a safety net for these at-risk students by donating to our NEST Empowerment Center for #GivingTuesday.

Click here for current NEST information!  It takes $2,000 per year to support just one homeless/at risk high school student at our NEST Empowerment Center. Would you help us raise $10,000 to support five students this year?  Donate here. (Please notate “The NEST” in the comment section.) Thank you!