Arts education through the Young Artist Institute, which trains youth ages 3 – 21 in music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and computer programming.
South Bronx expansion for college access program focused on getting high-potential, low-income middle and high school students into four-year colleges.
Youth development programs for court-involved Brownsville residents, including community benefit projects, anti-violence programming, and paid internships.
Expanding educational offerings of under-resourced K-5 public school in South Bronx with goal of improving student behavior and achievement.
Internships and externships for youth grades 9-12 to operate two farms and farmers’ markets, provide gardening assistance at community gardens across East New York, and learn about nutrition and healthy eating.
Job training, placement and financial literacy services for residents of the NYCHA Soundview Houses.
College prep program in East New York serving youth grades 9-12 to help them achieve their post-secondary goals.
K-5 afterschool program providing academic enrichment and baseball instruction to South Bronx students.
Expansion of literacy programming to the South Bronx, including training for parents to lead literacy programs at schools, libraries and community organizations.
Partnerships between corporate sponsors and South Bronx high schools to provide college and career-readiness to underserved youth grades 9-12.
Information technology training, job placement, and financial literacy services for South Bronx residents.
Establishment of urban farm in Brownsville that will employ residents and operate weekly farm stands, afterschool and nutrition programming.
School-based reading center in Hunts Point section of South Bronx providing one-on-one literacy tutoring to elementary school students.
Marine and environmental science and stewardship programs serving Rockaway youth.
Support for tenant empowerment workshops
Green collar job training for unemployed adults with focus on building systems and construction.