Family Alumni Network
For youth and parents formerly enrolled at the Wooten Center
President Barack Obama presented a Presidential Citizens Medal in 2010 to our founder Myrtle Faye Rumph for her work at the center.
Another blast from 2011!
You'll always be family to us no matter where you are. We will always do our best to celebrate with you, cry with you, be there when we can.
We also want your support as volunteers and donors. We want you to visit the center to catch up and share your memories and feedback to help keep the legacy going.
Stay in touch!
Our first "Virtual 10-Year Reunion" was held on 10/29/21 for Wooten students, staff and other friends from 2010-2020. Join our mailing list for info on the next one! You will also receive our e-newsletter with family and community resources.
For JOBS and INTERNSHIPS at the Wooten Center and other employers, visit www.wootencenter.org/jobs.
Where are they now?
Click here for updates on the following Wooten alums finding success in their career fields. Congratulations!
Takia "Tizzi" Green
Producer and director of the "Word Warriors" documentary series
Charles "Calmatic" Kidd, Jr.
Director of the "Old Town Road" video and "House Party" movie reboot
Complete our Contact Form to tell us about other alumni. Thank you.
Below: Wooten alum Marissa Castor started working full-time as a program coordinator at the center in 2021. She is a student majoring in English at Santa Monica College with plans to transfer to a four-year university to become an attorney. Very proud!