- After School
- College Preparation
- Emotional Support
- Gifted Programs
- Homework Help and Tutoring
- In School
Community League of the Heights
The Community League of the Heights provides the knowledge and the resources that people need to transform their lives and their community. Our holistic approach ensures that the community has the best opportunity to succeed. Our enduring philosophy is: "Our doors are always open to neighbors in need".
BELL exists to dramatically increase the academic achievements, self-esteem and life opportunities of children living in low-income, urban communities.
The Girl Scouts of Greater New York
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
The Girl Scout Council of Greater New York is the oldest and largest exclusively girl-serving agency in New York City, reaching more than 21,000 girls through the efforts of 7,400 adult volunteers. Our innovative programming in career exploration, financial literacy, science, and health, coupled with traditional Cookie, camp and community service programs enables us to focus on the realities girls face today while staying true to our Girl Scout traditions.
Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP)
Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP) is the three-part series of year-round education programs and initiatives for youth ages 7-12 years-olds offered by Heart of Brooklyn. BCAP takes advantage of the incredible resources of the Heart of Brooklyn member institutions by offering hands-on experiences for youth: projects, games, and educator-led tours that weave connections between art, world culture, literature, history, nature and science.
Educators at each institution coordinate curricula across the institutions, giving youth an integrated experience in accordance with NY State Learning Standards.
The Child Center of NY - Parsons Beacon
To meet the needs of the community through free programs and space for youth, adults and organizations; and to promote positive youth development.
Goodwill Beacon 141
The Beacon's mission is to give young people a safe haven full of unique opportunities. Here they will be empowered by programs inspiring their active and creative minds. We stress the total development of each individual: intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.
Girls Write Now
Founded in 1998, our mission is to provide a safe space for girls to explore and develop their creative, independent voices, and learn how to make healthy choices in school, career and life.
Educational Video Center
The Educational Video Center is a non-profit youth media organization dedicated to teaching documentary video as a means to develop the artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. Founded in 1984, EVC has evolved from a single video workshop for teenagers from Manhattan's Lower East Side to become an internationally acclaimed leader in youth media education. EVC's teaching methodology brings together the powerful traditions of student-centered progressive education and independent community documentary.
TLC for Kids
Providing better educational materials for all children
Highbridge Community Life Center
Its mission is to empower the people of Highbridge through a rainbow of services that include: counseling for families and children, adult basic education, job training, after school activities for youth, community improvement, organizing and many other services through a vast network of collaborative organizations spread across the Bronx.
National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)
NFTE provides entrepreneurship education programs to young people from low-income communities.
Digital Voices in Education
Empowering youth to inform decision-makers on critical issues in education policy through digital video.
At Opening Act, we believe every student deserves a place to shine; we provide the stage. Opening Act’s free, long term, after-school theater programs provide students attending New York City’s most under-served public schools the opportunity to gain confidence, pride, and the knowledge that they can succeed at anything in life.
Opening Act’s voluntary after-school programs meet weekly and span one semester to one year. Each program is based on curricula that incorporate improvisation, acting games and exercises that unleash students’ creativity, foster ensemble work, and develop professional acting technique. Courses work toward creating original productions, entirely conceived, written and performed by the students in a professional theater.
CAMBA After-school programs
Founded in 1977, CAMBA is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization with a comprehensive continuum of programs throughout the diverse communities of the borough and city. Our mission is to provide services which connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. To achieve CAMBA’s vision in which all Brooklyn youth acquire the skills necessary to successfully transition to adulthood, CAMBA provides thousands of local youths with school-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and youth employment programs. CAMBA is currently serving over 30,000 individuals and families annually, including 8,000 youth, at over 40 locations throughout the New York area.
The Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF)
The Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF) was established in 1992 to improve education and enrich the lives of youngsters in New York City public elementary and middle schools, through developing their skills in a wide-range of sports, arts, and educational activities. The activities are offered primarily from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm during the school year, as well as during winter recess and the summer months. The activities include: art, ballet, baseball, basketball, chess, dance, football, fencing, golf, handball, judo, karate, soccer, tennis, track and more. During these critical years of a child's development, our programs lay a good foundation for academic success by building self-esteem and self-discipline and by enriching their scholastic environments.
Media That Mattters Film Festival
The Media That Matters Film Festival brings high-impact shorts and Take Action tools to audiences around the country all year long through the distribution of the jury-selected collection on DVD and by web streaming, broadcasts and community screenings.
The Sister Power Organization
The mission is to unite, empower, and support economically underprivileged girls and young women ages 8 to 18 in a safe space and through the implementation of education, prevention, cultural awareness, and community service, which aims to facilitate their ability to lead healthy productive lives.
Row New York
ROW NEW YORK is the first program of its kind in New York City. Our mission is to build young women's academic and athletic strengths through a highly structured competitive rowing and academic program. Our core program serves high school girls from New York City schools. This program meets six days a week and includes rowing, academics, and a guest speakers series.