YEAH! traces its roots to 2003, when Middle Tennessee State University student Kelley Anderson organized and kicked off the first Southern Girls Rock Camp - the second-ever female only Rock Camp in the world - as a joint project between the feminist student organization Women for Women and the June Anderson Women's Center. Anderson was inspired by her experience volunteering at the girls rock camp program in Portland, Oregon and envisioned a more egalitarian music community in Tennessee.
Join us in amplifying the voices of youth from all communities through music education and exploration.
* Unless otherwise indicated, by submitting this donation form, you are authorizing Youth Empowerment through Arts and Humanities to use your name, image, and likeness, and/or any of your company logos, trade names, trademarks, and other company marks, for the sole purpose of marketing and promoting the services that YEAH! performs for its communities.
Click on a Program to Learn More
Anti-Racism · Pro-Inclusivity
Our resources page is consistently updated and examined by our team and serves as a starting point for us to educate ourselves and encourage conversation among our team and in our personal lives. Check back for more resources to be added soon: Music, LGBTQIA+, and more!