Category: Mentorship & College Access
Enriches lives of Asian-American youth through education and mentoring.
CROSSLIST FROMYouth Education & Enrichment
Supports secondary and higher education for girls in Africa.
CROSSLIST FROMInternational Programs
Offers long-term mentoring to those in child welfare system.
CROSSLIST FROMChildren, Youth, & Families
Immerses students in entrepreneurship training to propel them through high school and toward college.
Prepares low-income youth for college and career.
Mentorship & College Access
Makes college attendance and completion a reality for DC students.
Helps low-income students get to and through postsecondary education.
Offers academic, emotional, social support for high-achieving, low-income 11th graders.
Offers leadership development, advocacy, and college programming for girls and families.
CROSSLIST FROMGirls & Women
Sponsors construction trades, careers, and technical education.
Empowers youth and families through education and leadership development.
Offers a 14-month enrichment program for rising 5th graders with potential.
Helps teens in foster care find family.
Supports and guides low-income students to get into college and succeed.
Helps students become proficient in reading and math through one-on-one tutoring.
Launches bright futures through self-advocacy, academic support, workforce development.
CROSSLIST FROMLife Skills, Training, & Employment
Trains underserved youth to be leaders through media creation.
CROSSLIST FROMYouth & Community Arts
Supports teen parents completing college.
Provides youth with tools to become successful leaders in a global society.
Offers year-round academic intervention programming for middle school students.
Empowers homeless/low-income families to create stable homes.
CROSSLIST FROMBasic Needs, Food, & Housing
Offers out-of-school development programs for "risk-susceptible" students Prince William County.
Helps low-income, immigrant youth learn about American civic life.
CROSSLIST FROMImmigrant & Refugee Services
Mentors and tutors minority boys ages 12-18.
Matches DC teens with adult mentors for positive life trajectories.
Helps low-income youth access scholarships and middle-skill career education.
Helps disadvantaged students gain literacy, technology and college readiness skills.
Sends multicultural teams of 10 students to top colleges.
Educates Latino boys and prepares them for high school success.
Engages families to become effective participants in their children’s education.
Provides professional skills training, paid internships, and mentoring for underserved youth.
A tuition-free, academically demanding, private middle school for low-income boys.