Multi-Media Training Institute (MMTI), a media production and educational center, has trained over 1000 students in the Washington, DC area during the past 20 years. MMTI’s targeted population is District of Columbia youth and young adults from ages 14 to 22, who are considered to be “at risk” individuals. Their after-school/out-of-school training and entrepreneurial programs provide empowering alternatives to divert youth from the activities that often render them at risk of educational failure and involvement with the juvenile justice system. This project is a pro-bono study commissioned by the Washington Architectural Foundation on behalf of MMTI. Tom Kamm Architects worked closely with the leadership of MMTI to develop concept designs and a feasibility study for the purchase and conversion of their current rental property adjacent to the Rhode Island Station Redevelopment Corridor. The expanded MMTI will house production and post production facilities, classrooms and administrative spaces, and a black box theater available to the community for theatrical productions.